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This week our cover reports on the revolutionary promise of quantum technology. After a century stuck in the laboratory, the science of atoms and photons is paving the way to super-sensors, quantum computers and a host of industries yet to be imagined. In the 20th century “quantum” meant weird. In the 21st it will come to mean better

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Islamic State up against the wall
The Iraqi army is on the brink of defeating IS in Mosul. The government will have to move fast if it is not to squander its victory
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The Iraqi army is on the brink of defeating IS in Mosul. The government will have to move fast if it is not to squander its victory
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Mukesh Ambani’s big bet
India’s richest man is taking the business world’s most audacious punt with his mobile-phones network, Jio. Will he succeed?
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Of rice and men
The spread of exotic grains like quinoa and teff is evidence that globalisation works
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The mystery corals
Our latest virtual-reality piece transports you to the coral reefs of Palau, which are thriving in unusually warm and acidic water—and might thus cast light on how to help corals elsewhere cope with climate change. Search for “Economist VR” in the App Store, Google Play and Oculus store, or watch on the web
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Politics this week
Republicans in the House of Representatives unveiled a bill to replace Obamacare. Among other things, it would drop the requirement for people to have health insurance, but it allows for a penalty on those who let their insurance expire. The bill’s passage is far from assured. Conservatives have griped that the new system would retain too many subsidies. Some Republican senators have raised concerns that the plan to roll back the expansion of Medicaid adversely affects their states
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Business this week
PSA Group, which produces Peugeot and Citroën cars, struck a deal to buy General Motors’ European operations for €1.3bn ($1.4bn). The addition of the Opel and Vauxhall brands to its range makes PSA the second-largest motor company in Europe, behind Volkswagen. GM has not turned a profit in Europe since 1999, losing some $8bn since 2010
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