July 10th, 2015
Episode 421 of 1011 episodes
Greece's main opposition party supports the Government's austerity plan to secure loans from the European Union. We get the latest from Athens and also from Germany, where there is growing mistrust of Greece. India's football Super League is getting ready for a second season to follow up the success enjoyed by soccer last year. Could India's new enthusiasm for football knock cricket for six? We get a report from Kolkata. Plus at the end of a busy week for BBC's Business News team we reflect on developments over the last few days, from turmoil on the stock markets in China to the negotiations over Iran's nuclear programme. We analyse events with the help of Megan Murphy, Financial Times New York Bureau Chief and Thorold Barker, Europe, Middle East and Africa Editor at the Wall Street
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