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Why 2016 will be another year of low prices

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Our new year issue anticipates a disastrous 2016 for Brazil. Dilma Rousseff’s inept government has failed to overcome deep-seated economic and political malaise. The country faces another lost decade

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Ramadi
By retaking a strategic city from Islamic State, Iraq’s security forces have won a morale-boosting victory. But that still leaves an awful lot to do
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By retaking a strategic city from Islamic State, Iraq’s security forces have won a morale-boosting victory. But that still leaves an awful lot to do
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Lowflation
Inklings of inflation in the rich world are outweighed by downward pressure on prices elsewhere. That will create strains in the world economy in 2016
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Xi Jinping’s first tweet
As China’s president saluted the People’s Liberation Army on Weibo, his government was waging war on ordinary users of social media
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As China’s president saluted the People’s Liberation Army on Weibo, his government was waging war on ordinary users of social media
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Politics this week
Poland’s right-wing government passed a law requiring the constitutional court to approve decisions by a two-thirds majority, and with at least 13 of the 15 judges present. The law will force the court to accept disputed new judges whom the government has appointed. It will also make it much harder to strike down new laws. The opposition staged furious demonstrations
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Business this week
Stockmarkets responded positively to the Federal Reserve’s decision on December 16th to raise interest rates for the first time since 2006. After months of dithering the central bank lifted the range for its benchmark rate by a quarter of a percentage point to between 0.25% and 0.5%
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