The Economist 2012.02.02
作者:The Economist  
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Global news and current affairs from a European perspective. Best downloaded on Friday mornings (GMT) Articles in this issue: Politics this week Business this week KAL's cartoon Facebook: A fistful of dollars The future of Fleet Street: Fit to print France’s presidential election: Hey, big spender China’s economy: Time for a property tax America’s retreat from Afghanistan: The spectre of comparisons Letters: On climate change, Alberta's energy fields, Japan, "tabling", Romania, India, airlines, online piracy, shopping, fitness Floating Facebook: The value of friendship The Republican nomination: The big bellwether swings for Romney Fund-raising: The money primary The economy: A hair of the dog Unionisation: Another one takes the plunge Chinese college students: Making ting tong cool Gang violence: Turf wars Lexington: The classes drift apart Canada’s housing market: Look out below Baseball in Latin America: Draft dodgers no more America in Afghanistan: Outta here Papua New Guinea: Desperate fling Politics in Malaysia: Najib at bay Myanmar and Singapore: Among friends Politics in India: UP, down, sideways Banyan: The devil in the deep blue detail Taxing China: Pay and play Tibetans and the Chinese state: No power to pacify Hong Kong and the mainland: Dogs and locusts Arab spring economies: Unfinished business Senegal’s election: Two terms and maybe you’re out Health care in Sierra Leone: It’s up to you Race in South Africa: Still an issue Social media: #AfricaTweets French politics: And they’re off Germany’s intelligence services: Protection racket Germany and eastern Europe: Love in a cold climate Spain’s regions: The centre tries to hold Portugal’s problems: The next special case? Pollution in the Netherlands: Dirty dikes Charlemagne: Angela the lawgiver Press regulation: Guarding the guardians Bashing finance: Royal Bank of Salem Locating airports: Hub caps Universities: Pile them high The farming boom: Muck and brass The coalition and Europe: The veto that wasn’t Policing reform: Body count Bagehot: Lessons from a great school Islam and homosexuality: Straight but narrow Political violence and trauma: Beaten but unbowed Neglected tropical diseases: Hot tropic Carlos Slim: Let Mexico’s moguls battle Fighter jets: Bomb bays to Delhi Big boats: Offshore finance Health care in America: Shopping around for surgery Accounting in China: Seeing the forest for the trees Bakers and chaebol in South Korea: Let them eat cake Schumpeter: The coming retail boom The Reserve Bank of India: Pulling every lever Malaysia’s central bank: Serene but surprising China and rare earths: Of metals and market forces Japanese banks: Quietly does it Buttonwood: The war on finance Weather derivatives: Come rain or shine Investment banking: Bonfire of the bankers Free exchange: The silent bazooka Free exchange: Correction: BBVA The nature of humanity: What’s a man? Synaesthesia: Smells like Beethoven Scientific publishing: The price of information Biomimetics: Not a scratch Contemporary art: Cosmic queen The future of universities: Troubled halls The making of Rin Tin Tin: Dog dreams Tax reform in America: A simple bare necessity Gay writing in America: Stories of consenting adults New fiction from India: Lotus-eaters Jonathan Keith “Jack” Idema Output, prices and jobs Trade, exchange rates, budget balances and interest rates The Economist commodity-price index The Economist poll of forecasters, February averages Markets
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