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FRIDAY October 17th was China’s first official “Poverty Alleviation Day”, an annual convocation of “forums and fundraisers”, designed to rally efforts to combat deprivation. Of course, thanks to China’s rapid economic progress, the country...
From: The Economist | Monday, October 20, 2014
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North Africa's top oil producer is dangerously dividedON THE third anniversary of the death of Colonel Muammar Qaddafi, Libya’s former ruler, the country is violently split. It has two governments and two parliaments. Both the capital, Tripoli, and...
From: The Economist | Monday, October 20, 2014
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CAN active managers outperform? Clearly, the answer, on occasion, is yes. But can they be relied upon to do so? That is a much more difficult issue; one study found that backing the worst fund managers of the previous five years was more profitable than...
From: The Economist | Monday, October 20, 2014
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EVEN though the results were not surprising, they are significant. So large was the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) victory in general elections in May 2014, led by Narendra Modi, that his party was widely expected to triumph again in state elections in...
From: The Economist | Monday, October 20, 2014
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THE most improbable bike path in the world is surely on the MacArthur causeway, a road connecting Miami Beach with the city of Miami proper. The road–more a motorway really–has six wide lanes of traffic and a maximum speed limit of 50mph. This being...
From: The Economist | Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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LAST week, the Nobel prize in economics was awarded to Jean Tirole (see this week's Free exchange column) for his work examining the difficulties in regulating firms with substantial market power. Mr Tirole's research is as relevant as ever, thanks to...
From: The Economist | Monday, October 20, 2014
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“IT IS in my power | To o’erthrow law, and in one self-born hour | To plant and o’erwhelm custom,” declares Time in “The Winter’s Tale”. Alas, such fortitude was missing from Georgia Shakespeare, a 29-year-old theatre company dedicated...
From: The Economist | Monday, October 20, 2014
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ECONOMIST readers are not the panicky type, but just in case you weren't sure: it is okay to travel in the age of Ebola. This sort of reassurance seems to be necessary, at least for some people. A remarkable survey conducted in August found that a quarter...
From: The Economist | Monday, October 20, 2014
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THIS week our correspondents discuss deflation, the TV business and the politics of wages...
From: The Economist | Monday, October 20, 2014
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Audio and Video content on Economist.com requires a browser that can handle iFrames....
From: The Economist | Monday, October 20, 2014
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