March 29th, 2016
Episode 680 of 1052 episodes
Will Tata agree a rescue plan for Port Talbot or cut its losses and sell up? The BBC's Yogita Limaye reports from outside Tata headquarters in Mumbai, plus we have analysis from Sebastien Marlier, commodities analyst at the Economist Intelligence Unit. Also in the programme - Argentina's government says the sea around the Falkland Islands is now officially theirs. We discuss the issues with John Barton, director of natural resources for the Falkland Islands, and Carlos Escuda, a former special advisor on foreign policy to the Argentine government. Plus, we have the latest in our series of special programming to mark the 25th anniversary of World Business Report. Today, Editor Martin Webber looks back on the big economic stories of the past quarter century.
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