July 14th, 2015
Episode 305 of 836 episodes
The UN meets in Ethiopia to discuss how to finance a new set of international development goals. Presenter Manuela Saragosa hears from Ed Butler, reporting from Addis Ababa, about how many delegates there are focusing on the question of how to raise more taxes from multinational corporations. Meanwhile, back in Europe with the latest rescue deal for Greece agreed in principle, who really capitulated - the Greeks or the Germans? We hear from one German, Artur Fischer, joint head of the Berlin Stock Exchange, why he thinks his nation's patience with the Greeks is all but exhausted. Also, the BBC's Guy de Launey reports from Srebrenica 20 years after the notorious massacre during the Bosnian civil war. What have two decades of peace done for the local economy and job prospects for young Bosnians? (Photo: Money being counted out in Niger. Credit: Issouf Sanogo/AFP/Getty Images)
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