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Curing Our Plastic Problem
Plastic is both a super product and an ecological nightmare. It's cheap, durable and won't rot, which means it's great for shopping bags and fast food, but also means it sticks around for hundreds of years.
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Facing Recession, Hong Kong’s Small Businesses Need a Boost

Easier capital rules for banks aren’t likely to release sufficient credit to hard-pressed enterprises.

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Southeast Asia Has a Weight Problem

With obesity rates soaring, countries like Singapore and Malaysia are weighing aggressive interventions.

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What LeBron James Should Have Said About China

How the NBA’s biggest star botched his response to the ongoing controversy.

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Curing Our Plastic Problem

Plastic is both a super product and an ecological nightmare. It's cheap, durable and won't rot, which means it's great for shopping bags and fast food, but also means it sticks around for hundreds of years. (Source: Bloomberg)
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