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Shuli Ren

China Could Use a Libor-Rigging Scandal

You need to have a functioning market before you can manipulate it. Don’t worry about any funny business with the new loan prime rate. 

The Editors

Italian Politics Meet European Rigidity

Italy’s governments are mostly to blame for the country’s problems — but the EU should tread carefully.

Andy Mukherjee

Singapore’s Homes Get an Anti-Aging Lift

By raising pension contributions, the city is putting more money in the pockets of older citizens. That could boost the housing market.

Adam Minter

The World Needs Chinese to Care About Climate Change

Surprisingly few say they’re concerned, which doesn’t bode well for China’s efforts to meet its Paris commitments. 

Shira Ovide

A Self-Inflicted Recession Is a Bad Soap Opera

Even more dangerous than disrupted trade is the message U.S. actions send about wrecking global integration.

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