Is this the future for international business deals?

With restrictions on international flights in place due to Covid-19, many people who normally travel for business have had to come up with alternative ways to have meetings and get deals done.

A new facility for business travel has now opened in Singapore – where people fly in, conduct their business meetings in a glass “bubble”, sign their deals and then fly back home. But will it take off?

BBC business reporter Suranjana Tewari checked it out.

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