November 24th, 2015
Episode 563 of 1052 episodes
Businesses in Brussels are starting to feel the bite as the city remains on high alert. We find out more from hotelier Martin du Chateau, and Peter Spiegel from the Financial Times. Also in the programme, airlines are cancelling flights to Egypt over security fears. Simon Calder from the Independent tells us what impact it is having on the tourism industry. We hear from Jana Van Deventer in Johannesberg about South Africa's weakening economy. Plus, we ask if the latest trend of virtual reality exhibits threaten the future of art.
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