Trump's Troubled Foundation to Shut
Donald Trump's troubled charity foundation is to close down amid allegations that he and others illegally misused funds.
US President Donald Trump's troubled charity foundation has agreed to close down amid allegations that he and others illegally misused its funds. We hear from Jordan Fabian, White House watcher from thehill.com. Japan's biggest ever initial public offering is happening today. SoftBank is aiming to raise capital, perhaps as much as 3 trillion yen, so that it can keep making investments in tech startups. Also we mark 40 years of economic reform in China. President Xi has said that China will not be dictated to. What does this mean for the future of US China realtions and trade? Plus we visit a care home in Japan to find out what role robots might play in the future of adult care. Fergus Nicoll discusses with guests Alexis Goldstein, activist and financial reform advocate in Washington DC, and David Kuo of the Motley Fool is in Singapore.
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