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Not long ago China stood out for its economic resilience in the face of the pandemic. Today it is a $17.7trn source of vulnerability in the world economy https://t.co/kSK358dIlw
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On “The World Ahead” podcast with @tomstandage:
- What will happen to inflation in 2022?
- China pushes its new digital currency
- The outlook for regulating cryptocurrency https://t.co/CtPWH5zD29
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As ever, Tessa Hadley’s prose is limpid and measured yet richly sonorous: her new novel, “Free Love”, combines a modern sensibility with the psychological realism of writers such as Henry James https://t.co/WyNlWC263D
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“This has been a classic case of bad journalism, bad government, and bad science.” Robert Bartholomew, a medical sociologist @AucklandUni argues that Havana syndrome could be a mass psychogenic illness, on our “Babbage” podcast https://t.co/M8VPOBlFhW
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Whether and when matters improve depends on the course of both the virus and the global economic recovery  https://t.co/k92NU6OPTT
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Remakes illuminate the purpose and pleasure of storytelling. But to their detractors, they suggest a culture gnawing on itself, and risk-averse producers pandering to timid audience https://t.co/jpgfn6IzWT
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“There has been like a shopping spree—small innovative businesses in Europe being bought by big tech as a sort of distributed innovation.” EU competition commissioner Margrethe @Vestager talks to Jan Piotrowski on “Money Talks” https://t.co/V6h3ZwGq00 https://t.co/PghkF4Mp94
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Competition in tech is far from dead. It is difficult to find a part of the industry where two or more of the tech titans are not facing off against each other https://t.co/HgmIydDqpa
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To be among the crowd at one of Meat Loaf’s shows, where the age range extended from children to grandparents, was to see an artist with the rare gift of communicating joy https://t.co/0kgwGO3B2k
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Government capital combined with access to plentiful public data has helped turn Chinese AI firms into powerhouses in certain niches https://t.co/Ys6mfTVKVQ
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The sentences being doled out this month are unusually harsh and long, even for a one-party state https://t.co/0b1ecHRfx3
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Joe Biden voters are more likely to have a negative view of America than those who voted for Donald Trump, according to new research from our data team. Why are so many liberals pessimistic about America? Listen to “Checks and Balance” https://t.co/AvkKetN9DD https://t.co/WonP9qfArp
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American hospitals are already short of staff. An upcoming vaccine mandate for health-care workers could make things worse https://t.co/UaoU6yJcVL
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Novak Djokovic's deportation shone a light on the vast powers of discretion granted to Australian immigration ministers https://t.co/HcLDhyyDDn
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