The Tiny Folding Car That Can Go Anywhere

April 29 (Bloomberg) -- Increased urban density is ushering in an entirely new class of electric vehicles designed for commuters. They're called last-mile-vehicles -- designed for folks who need wheels primarily to get them from the subway or train station to their office and then back home again. Enter Urb-E -- a folding electric vehicle that can go 20 miles on a single charge.

Tan: BOJ's Stimulus Didn't Do Much for Economy
31:25 - Cliff Tan, East Asia head of global markets research at Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, discusses Japan's inflation and jobless data, BOJ policies and the low volatility in the markets. He speaks to Bloomberg's Yvonne Man and Matt Miller on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia." (Source: Bloomberg)
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