WTO Members Fail to Agree Global Trade Deal

As WTO members fail to agree a global trade deal, we talk to the secretary general of the International Chamber of Commerce, John Danilovich, who says India's veto isn't playing by the rules. The US has started exporting oil for the first time since 1975. And we hear from New York where the "maker movement" - people making handmade, artisanal products - has really taken off. It is seeing so much success that some people are even calling this manufacturing's comeback to the Big Apple. Also on the programme we will have our usual weekly round-up of the week's key business stories, plus the latest from the financial markets.

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