September 28th, 2015
Episode 357 of 836 episodes
The motoring world may still be reeling from the VW cheating scandal. But Business Daily today delivers a new bombshell: the allegation from Greg Archer, clean vehicles manager with the pressure group, Transport and Environment, that car CO2 emissions have been manipulated too. If true, it raises a whole new set of questions about fuel efficiency and climate change. Also in the programme, we have a repoprt examining Europe's other failing economy - no not Greece this time, but Bosnia - and the European Union might do to fix it. And Lucy Kellaway of the Financial Times looks at Microsoft and asks when a corporation's global vision can prove counter-productive. (Photo credit: Exhaust fumes from a car in Putney High Street, London, England. Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)
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