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The Economist
Today's #Dailychart looks at the results of the Scottish referendum econ.st/1wNAkbM pic.twitter.com/LJxdBgdvF3
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As Nicolas Sarkozy announces his return to French politics, the race for the presidency in 2017 begins econ.st/1rlryyS
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The Economist explains the benefits of getting rid of cash. View video via: econ.st/1wN1kYW
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The narrowing of the tax base is partly the natural consequence of widening inequality econ.st/1r3jKBp pic.twitter.com/ra0fE0ABdB
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Airlines think there is further scope for cramming more bodies into economy. Meanwhile, business class gets comfier econ.st/1BR7rvq
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By shifting the debate to the West Lothian Question, David Cameron cannily puts Labour in a very sticky position econ.st/1rk6MzF
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SABMiller may be swallowed up by its main rival, the beer behemoth AB InBev econ.st/1BQzQl6 pic.twitter.com/hC4vJRcVmA
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China is trying to build a new world order, starting in Asia econ.st/1ueMIwW pic.twitter.com/K5j3ezpJYN
After a sharp slowdown, stimulus is back on the agenda in China econ.st/1ueP2nx pic.twitter.com/nkdivFuzZS
Abolishing notes and coins would bring huge economic benefits econ.st/1BQP4Xy pic.twitter.com/CQWt4rCvss
Who torpedoed Scottish independence? George Osborne-and he did it by mistake econ.st/1szQAGz pic.twitter.com/CZv0X0regy
Once again, Latin America has a growth problem. The immediate reasons for this are not hard to divine econ.st/1svNMKv
The British nation state has survived; yet it remains on life support econ.st/1szj0jY #ScotlandDecides pic.twitter.com/9Hpw9ywuE6
Scotland votes No to independence. Unionists are celebrating, but soon recriminations will fly econ.st/1riLRNf pic.twitter.com/JAO5JcV9fh
Argentina's 2014 inflation rate is bound to be far higher than the 10.9% announced for last year econ.st/1sr6DX9
Two economists argue that debt forgiveness is the answer to the problem of recurrent financial crises econ.st/1uaB5XR
Peru's new finance minister faces a less enjoyable sojourn in the role than his predecessor econ.st/XGxvdI pic.twitter.com/awcWQUlQXi
The National Football League (NFL) has found itself mired in many divisive debates econ.st/1qMfF5A pic.twitter.com/f00Q2FPiJM
Health-care inflation is one of the main reasons why pay for the average American has stagnated econ.st/1wISxaz
Obamacare is not to blame for America's health mess, and it could point the way forward @chowardchoward econ.st/1BQBqDN
The new weekly issue of The Economist is now available to view via our website and apps: econ.st/XMWJa4
Today's #Dailychart shows how kids compare against their parents' level of schooling econ.st/1wsRLvr pic.twitter.com/pQlEkRk1Vl
The Federal Reserve: still patient on raising interest rates, but for how long? econ.st/1rddZRV
Growth rates across the emerging world have slipped back toward those in advanced economies econ.st/XxTJ1q pic.twitter.com/PBCuyMo1g3
The Netherlands is ready to defend the international order. Unfortunately, it sold all its tanks econ.st/1wsrxJt
The Economist explains how the wording of the Scottish referendum could affect the outcome econ.st/1s8hBGP pic.twitter.com/BA0LYrylPZ
This week's cover preview: Xi who must be obeyed September 20th – 26th 2014 Read via: econ.st/1s8dryI pic.twitter.com/MIE10qDfnM
Lobbying for the freedom of all faiths works better, politically, than religious nativism econ.st/1r9uRcj
America is considering allowing airlines to strip out tax from their advertised fares econ.st/1u8XyEA pic.twitter.com/IMACa5DPjL
The recent growth of the Green Party of England and Wales is impressive. Why the surge? econ.st/Xp2OcG pic.twitter.com/4ruIHzTn1x
In Seamus Heaney's best-known poems you can hear with perfect clarity the sounds of his childhood econ.st/1pjcYSJ
The way investors choose fund managers may cause anomalies that undermine belief in the efficiency of markets econ.st/1wxSJsX
Syria's war: Is the regime of Bashar Assad rattled? econ.st/1qUboM7 pic.twitter.com/Myb5OaRgww
John Key, New Zealand's prime minister, looks to be heading for a third term econ.st/1phmJkq pic.twitter.com/aIGqIM7N4Q
The European Central Bank's plan for economic revival in the euro-zone is underwhelming econ.st/1wxRGcu pic.twitter.com/8UUkkiLL3f
Surveillance is the advertising industry's new business model. Privacy needs better protections econ.st/1uExL9B
A series of incidents seem to signal a new effort to suppress the political autonomy of Tatars in Crimea econ.st/1pjkLQv
Illiberal governments are restricting the freedom of NGOs to raise funds abroad econ.st/1ydGsf6 pic.twitter.com/CNCocffO7n
Companies are spending record amounts on buying back their own shares. Investors should be worried econ.st/1r3Iiua
Bonanza, a town in Nicaragua, has attracted gold miners since 1880. But it is dangerous econ.st/1pibo3q pic.twitter.com/TeNPf9hYMA
Tracking the trackers: our video explains how advertisers use the data you generate online with every click you make econ.st/XCmyd4
Mountains, skyscrapers, rain: 28 charts show who gets what if Scotland goes solo #Indyref econ.st/1u7zJwU pic.twitter.com/jkfsVhPeuJ
Scotland's future: Will the staid yet sensible arguments of the No campaign be enough to save the union? econ.st/1uHmFAM #Indyref
Today's live #Dailychart looks at changes in advertising spending over the years econ.st/1uH62oX
New evidence suggests consuming artificial sweeteners might, ironically, be linked to obesity econ.st/1raiFbj pic.twitter.com/0NJ8JB8QeI
The fun and the challenge of mileage running, to accumulate the cheapest frequent flyer miles, may soon be diminished econ.st/1ycaJeq
Over the past 30 years Santander has grown from a minnow to the euro zone's biggest bank econ.st/XbbYJs pic.twitter.com/NwVDBlUluT
In 2012 there were over 168 million child labourers. How best to get this huge number down? econ.st/1pjfzMh
Sarah Waters spins a rich and engrossing tale in her sixth novel, "The Paying Guests" econ.st/1r5r27L pic.twitter.com/Vf1ZbihQoE