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Alexandre de Juniac - chairman and chief executive of Air-France-KLM - discusses aviation safety with presenter Jon Bithrey.
As fast food chains in Hong Kong and Japan suspend imports from the Shanghai factory at the centre of the China food safety scandal, the BBC's John Sudworth investigates the fallout. Chris Edwards from the Cato Institute and Harry Stein of the Center for American Progress discuss President Obama's drive to persuade US firms to pay more tax at home rather than paying it to foreign governments. And, Anita Loughlan, resident of Melbourne and proprietor of Australia's very first cat café. Plus, Ross Garnaut, distinguished professor of Economics at the Australian National University - and Beyonce singing the Star Spangled Banner.

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