June 22nd, 2016
Episode 754 of 1091 episodes
We report from Germany on how businesses there view Thursday's EU referendum in the UK. The BBC's Rob Young in Berlin speaks to Markus Kerber, the head of Germany's BDI which represents German industry. Also in the programme, World Business Report editor Martin Webber looks at how the arguments on both sides of the Brexit debate have been presented over the past four months of campaigning. And as the US relaxes rules on flying unmanned aerial vehicles, we get the thoughts of former RAF pilot Sean Maffett on how safe drones actually are. (Picture: British, European and German flags. Picture credit: Getty Images.)
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