January 27th, 2016
Episode 446 of 836 episodes
We speak to Linda Yueh, economics fellow at Oxford University about what slowing iPhone sales in China say about the broader Chinese economy, as well as Apple's prospects. Plus, we hear from residents in the town of Flint, in the US state of Michigan, poisoned by their own tap water. Do events there tell us something broader about the state of American infrastructure? We ask Casey Dinges, senior managing director at the American Society of Civil Engineers, and speak to automotive journalist Benjamin Preston about the state of America's roads. (Photo: iPhone user in China. Credit: Getty Images)
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