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The Economist
Obama's clean energy plan: Washing away coal, blowing away carbon econ.st/1UjSNG6
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Pension schemes should avoid an expensive form of fund management econ.st/1KLE0Q1
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America needs to forge closer ties with Africa—and not just because China is lurking econ.st/1IupJ6u
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A vaccine against Ebola would be of enormous value. It looks like the world just might get one econ.st/1M0iHfi
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Malaysia's prime minister sacks five ministers, including his deputy. His troubles continue econ.trib.al/RSS9MIe
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China needs wind energy reforms. But they would disturb entrenched interests and power bosses econ.st/1gtAsZ1
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Is brushing your teeth bad for the environment? Why governments are banning the blue beads econ.st/1IzAapv
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Obituary: Burt Shavitz walked away from a billion-dollar company to live in the woods econ.st/1UcDrmP
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Americans work longer hours than any other workers in the G7 group. So why are wages so low? econ.st/1DW5DRH
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Turkey's economy is flightless econ.st/1IGj65r
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The Economist explains why Turkey called a NATO Article Four consultation (and what it is) econ.st/1UcCY40
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Why is the world addicted to energy subsidies? The Economist explains econ.st/1SoyDxh
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Is Rick Santorum right? Can America's Congress over-ride a Supreme Court decision? econ.st/1LV5GDI
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“The people have spoken. The bastards.” Democracy is a double-edged sword econ.st/1D8eLrk
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The Economist explains what Hindu nationalism means econ.st/1HaPqIl #econarchive
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Dubai is a hub for firms doing business in the Middle East and Africa. Iran is two hours away econ.st/1UcExPw
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There are 74 "unicorns” in US tech sector, valued at $273 billion. Will they become extinct? econ.st/1GXFGRq
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America’s first offshore wind farm is the test bed for a new industry econ.st/1IHhNmI
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Foreign businesses eye new frontiers in Cuba and Iran. But many obstacles lie in their way econ.st/1U3Ge1v
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Silicon Valley is perhaps the most productive and innovative land mass in the world econ.st/1DW5Lk7
Congressional support for renewables is strong, as long as you don't mention climate change econ.st/1HaTxEc
Are the Russians turning their back on religion? econ.st/1DmJl0c
Mass shootings have become more common in America, averaging one a day this year econ.st/1KKS6Bs
The yuan's rise will challenge America, but not before China changes econ.st/1KMN4V3
America's leading cause of accidental death isn't car crashes any more econ.st/1DmEX1t




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