Opinion

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Climate action trumps Trump

Now is not a good time to be a climate-change denier like US President Donald Trump, given all the recent evidence that the atmosphere is warming faster than expected.
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ADB sets out a vision without 'dirty energy'

Greenhouse gas emissions will not drop quickly enough if global investment into clean energy is not doubled and all countries embrace renewable energy ...
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A long battle to put 'leverage ratio' genie in bottle

At a time when the leverage ratios of major economies like the United States, European Union and Japan tend to decrease, China's macro-leverage ratio has steadily risen.
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Disruption, not Amazon, seals the fate of Sears

So, does this mean that a value vampire like Amazon is getting too much power in the market and forcing giants like Sears out?
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Inflation targets cloud our view of economy

In many countries, inflation has become so low and stable in recent decades that it appears to have faded into the woodwork.
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G20 summit's misleading lesson for future of jobs

World leaders met in Buenos Aires with three main priorities: the future for work; infrastructure for development; and a sustainable food future.
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Facing new risks in financial risk regulation

Today, "intrusive" has a positive connotation in the regulatory lexicon. But the need to strike a sensible balance remains.
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Success of family businesses in a fractured world debunks the myth of short-termism

However, recent research reveals that some of the most sustainable and ethical approaches to business turn out to be successful in commercial terms.
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Emboldening our teachers to rein in unruly students

With the perceived decline of teachers' authority and the lack of tools to discipline unruly students, classroom management becomes tough.
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To save the climate, think about your diet

Tennis stars Serena and Venus Williams, pop singer Beyoncé and many others are reducing their meat consumption.
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