Wednesday 10 April
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10 April 2019
Today is the first in a series of special episodes of ‘Midori House’ live from Milan, brought to you in partnership with our friends at Hyundai. Joining us at Monocle’s vantage point in Tortona are Diana Kloster from Hyundai, and Alex Colontonio and Andre Rodrigues from ‘Pop-se’. Plus: insights from Julius Wiedemann and Christoph Amend.
10 April 2019
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