Let it spoil: Moroccans lead boycott over high milk, fuel prices
An unprecedented boycott campaign targeting three major producers of bottled water, gasoline and dairy products has lit up social networks in Morocco. The groups are accused of maintaining monopolies in their sectors - and pushing prices to artificially high and unsustainable levels. The organisers of the campaign remain anonymous, but the pace at which public support has spread has caught authorities off guard. Our team on the ground reports.
Also in this programme: as strike-hit national carrier Air France tries to forge a future for itself, we look at how new players are shaping Europe's airline industry.
And we meet the owners of one of the Loire Valley's most famous chateaux - and see how the day-to-day operations are just as much business as pleasure.
Daily newsletterReceive essential international news every morningSubscribe