March 24th, 2015
Episode 195 of 819 episodes
In an eclectic Business Daily, we look at the latest eurozone talks, small businesses in Kosovo and a rather large lingerie empire. Ed Butler speaks to Prof James Galbraith, an unofficial advisor to the Greek finance minister, about how urgent Greece's financial plight has become and what can be gained from talks in Berlin. The BBC's Guy de Launey reports from Kosovo on the difficulties of setting up business there, and a surprising success story - juice maker Frutomania. And, as if that weren't enough in a bulging Business Daily, Ed chats to the rags-to-riches icon Michelle Mone about how, starting from nothing, she created the global lingerie business empire that is Ultimo.
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