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Welcome to the Asia300 - 2016
The new global multinationals
Can she fix it?
Apr 23rd 2016 | From the print edition
Hillary Clinton has the Democratic nomination within her grasp. She needs bolder ideas on what to do with it
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The World in 2016
What will 2016 bring? Introducing The World in 2016, the 30th edition of The Economist’s annual compilation of predictions for the year ahead. Get your copy now.
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The World in 2015
The World in 2015
Our annual publication of serious forecasts and wild speculation is out now in Vietnam
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The global workforce
Travelling talent
Skilled workers are nowadays eager to work abroad
Oct 10th 2014
The World in 2014
The World in 2014
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The future of transport - No loopy idea
Elon Musk, electric-car entrepreneur and proponent of private colonies on Mars, now plans to redesign the railway
Aug 17th 2013 |From the print edition
America and Russia - No speaks
America and Russia
No speaks
Aug 7th 2013, 17:17 by The Economist | WASHINGTON AND MOSCOW
Special reports : The Arab spring - A climate of change
A climate of change

The spring proved fickle, but Arabs are still yearning for it, says Max Rodenbeck
Jul 13th 2013 |From the print edition
Special reports- Europe’s reluctant hegemon
Germany, now the dominant country in Europe, needs to rethink the way it sees itself and the world, says Zanny Minton Beddoes
Jun 15th 2013 |From the print edition
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