The world’s biggest car makers have been flexing their muscles – and showing off their muscle cars – in the place they call Motor City – Detroit.
The North American International Auto Show kicked off the car industry’s annual exhibition schedule.
With more than 50 new vehicles unveiled at the event, it is being seen as a sign of the market’s rejuvenation. Is that true? In Business Weekly we’ll put that question to Jonathan Ferro from Bloomberg.
Also in the programme: Facebook’s mysterious press event and no surprise in the World Bank’s gloomy economic growth outlook.
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