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European insurers and the abuse of low seductiveness rates

INSURANCE is banking’s boring cousin: it lacks the glamour, the sky-high bonuses and the ever-present sniff of danger. So European highlight tests for insurers, whose results were due to be published on Dec 15th after The Economist went to press, have captivated distant reduction courtesy than those for banks in …

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A cheaper banking does not always boost mercantile growth

IN SEPTEMBER 2010 Brazil’s then-finance minister, Guido Mantega, gave warning that an “international banking war” had broken out. His beef was that in places where it was formidable to drum up domestic spending, the authorities had instead sought to break their currencies to make their exports cheaper and imports dearer. …

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Dorothy meets the Mnuchins

DOROTHY was unhappy. Life on the Kansas plantation seemed dull, and her pocket income hadn’t risen in genuine terms for years. It was time for a change; time to make Kansas good again. Then, as she was sitting in the farmhouse with her dog Toto, a hurricane came along, unconditional …

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Management speculation is apropos a collection of passed ideas

NEXT year marks the 500th anniversary of the eventuality which, some-more than any other, gave birth to the difficult world: Martin Luther promulgated his 95 theses and called the Catholic church to comment for its countless theological errors and institutional sins. Revisionist historians have fundamentally difficult the story (including doubt …

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Many airlines shamelessly feat womanlike sexuality

EVERY December, some-more than 1,000 womanlike high school students, some as immature as 15, take partial in a “bikini competition” held in the eastern Chinese city of Qingdao. The event, hosted by Oriental Beauty, a modelling agency, provides a height for determined moody attendants to show off their bikini bodies …

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The government character of Amancio Ortega

IT IS a brief walk from a tiny shop with bark yellow paint in downtown La Coruña, in northern Spain, to a gorgeous five-storey store, non-stop in Sep by Zara, by distant the world’s many successful purveyor of “fast fashion”. In this wander opposite 3 city blocks, the career of …

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An early storm in a trade fight between America and China?

ANNIVERSARIES should be happier than that on Dec 11th, imprinting China’s 15 years as a member of the World Trade Organisation (WTO). On that day, China approaching to be unshackled from its authorised tag as a “non-market economy” and achieve “market-economy status”. In the event, America and the European Union …

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