Open

Coming up

Don't miss

Replay


LATEST SHOWS

WEB NEWS

World Cup 2014: Germany-Brazil inspires the Web

Read more

THE INTERVIEW

Boutros-Ghali: 'I wanted to reform the UN'

Read more

IN THE PAPERS

57 000 little problems

Read more

IN THE PAPERS

The Sarkozy 'threat'

Read more

BUSINESS DAILY

Budget challenge for India's new government

Read more

DEBATE

Africa's Newest Failed State: How to Stop Civil War and Famine in South Sudan? (part 2)

Read more

DEBATE

Africa's Newest Failed State: How to Stop Civil War and Famine in South Sudan?

Read more

MEDIAWATCH

Israeli strikes on Gaza as seen on social media

Read more

INSIDE THE AMERICAS

World Cup humiliation for host nation

Read more

A weekly interview with a personality from the world of business or economics. Every Thursday at 4.45 pm Paris time.

THE BUSINESS INTERVIEW

THE BUSINESS INTERVIEW

Latest update : 2013-01-28

Sir Roger Carr, President, Confederation of British Industry (CBI)

It’s an issue that wasn’t officially on the World Economic Forum’s agenda, but Britain’s EU membership became one of the hot topics in Davos after PM David Cameron gave a speech pledging to hold a referendum on the UK's relationship with the EU by 2017. To discuss what this means for British and European business, Markus Karlsson speaks to Sir Roger Carr, President of the Confederation of British Industry.

By Markus KARLSSON

Comments

COMMENT(S)

 
 
Archives

2014-07-03 French economy

Horse play: A closer look at a billion euro business

Horse racing and show jumping are often viewed as pastimes for the rich and even richer. But it's also a billion euro industry that includes racing, betting, leisure riding and...

Read more

2014-06-19 France

Alstom blues: Is France facing industrial decline?

It's General Electric vs Siemens and Mitsubishi... A battle is playing out for Alstom, which has been billed as a French industrial jewel. The two rival bids, both from foreign...

Read more

2014-06-12 transport

Yves Weisselberger, CEO of SnapCar

Taxi drivers staged protests in Europe this week against car hailing applications such as Uber. They say these services are not competing on a level playing field, since they are...

Read more

2014-06-05 work

Randy Lewis, author of "No greatness without goodness"

You can make profit from people with disabilities… That may sound like a cynical and rather politically incorrect statement, but it's the message of Randy Lewis, former senior...

Read more

2014-05-29 François Hollande

Lorenzo Bini Smaghi, Former member of the European Central Bank's Executive Board

Eurosceptic parties seized ground in last weekend's European elections. What do these latest political turns actually mean for the Eurozone economy? To answer that question,...

Read more