April 17th, 2015
Episode 218 of 646 episodes
It's the end of an era for small family-owned businesses in India as the government opens up things like candle-making and pickle-production to big business. The BBC's Anu Anand speaks to chutney makers in New Dehli, and we get reaction from Karan A Chanana, chairman & CEO of India's Amera Nature Foods. Also, Islamic groups and business clash in Indonesia over alcohol sales, after the government there bans the sale of alcoholic beverages in small retail outlets across the country. We get reaction from Mark Campbell, Heineken's regional corporate relations director based in Singapore. Heineken makes one of Indonesia's most popular beer brands, Bintang.
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