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Google Charged Over Android 'Abuse'

April 20th, 2016

Episode 701 of 861 episodes

Europe's Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vester explains the case against Google. And we have analysis from competition lawyer Peter Willis of Bird and Bird. Also in the programme, Saudi Arabia is applying to international banks for a $10bn loan. It's the country's first international borrowing in 25 years, and Simon Henderson of the Gulf and Energy Program at the Washington Institute tells us what the country needs the money for. The Japanese car maker Mitsubishi has admitted falsifying fuel economy data for more than half a million cars sold in Japan. The BBC's Theo Leggett brings us all the latest. And with organic farming enjoying a boom, we tour the farm of an organic pioneer in the UK, Peter Melchett.

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