February 29th, 2016
Episode 470 of 646 episodes
As the Indian government unveils its spending plans for the next year, the BBC's South Asia correspondent speaks to chief economic adviser Arvind Subramanian about bottlenecks in the economy. Also, Phil Mercer reports from Sydney on efforts to teach Australian firms about the cultural sensitivities of doing business with China. And our regular contributor Lucy Kellaway of the Financial Times tells us about her corporate spat with Hewlett Packard, and why she welcomed it. (Picture: Honda scooter factory assembly line in Vithalapur, India; Credit: Sam Panthaky/AFP/Getty Images)
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