Libyan oil and Japanese resilience

Oil companies aren't normally noted for their morality, they will do deals with pretty much anyone if it means that they get supplies of the black stuff. So what happens if they are forced to take sides, as could happen in Libya? Justin Rowlatt speaks to Teymur Huseynov, an expert in the energy industry for the consultancy firm Exclusive Analysis. Also, Duncan Bartlett reports on how the business community in Tokyo is responding to the disasters in Japan.
Plus our regular commentator Lucy Kellaway argues there's nothing like random promotion for keeping us all on our toes.

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Mon 21 Mar 2011 08:32 GMT
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