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Opening up India’s retail space to foreign investment would help overhaul the country's antiquated supply chain
 
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Paying through the (surgically altered) nose
The relationship between health spending per capita and life expectancy
 
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Game over?
Vietnam pulls the plug on the country's devotees of online computer games 
The Economist Group
China’s no-name-handset industry is adapting to the changing times (The Economist Intelligence Unit)
 
Once again, Brazil's largest banks report bumper profits (The Economist Intelligence Unit)
 
Mobile operators are desperate to emerge from the 'app' shadow cast by Apple and Google (The Economist Intelligence Unit) 
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Buttonwood
Killing off the monster
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Better to be reviled than ignored
Negative publicity is good for unknown firms, bad for established ones
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