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The Atlantic

Who Broke the Economy?
The Atlantic
Recognizing regressive regulation as part of the reason the economy has slowed and inequality has increased also suggests reforming regulation as a way to bolster competitiveness and aid the middle class—and a potentially bipartisan one, too. Indeed ...



TechCrunch

Google: Southeast Asia's internet economy is growing faster than expected
TechCrunch
Southeast Asia is now the world's third largest region for internet users — with more people online than the entire U.S. population — and internet is having a bigger impact on the region than originally thought, according to a new report co-authored ...
Southeast Asia Online Economy Seen Reaching $50 Billion This YearBloomberg
Google: Southeast Asia's online economy is growing faster than we predictedTech in Asia
South-east Asia's Internet economy to hit US$50b in 2017, exceed US$200b by 2025: StudyThe Straits Times

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Press Herald

Poland Spring poured $201 million into Maine economy in 2016, report says
Press Herald
Poland Spring added more than $200 million to the state economy and employed 860 workers in Maine in 2016, according to an economic impact report released by the company Tuesday. That makes Poland Spring the fifth-largest manufacturer in Maine and an ...



New York Times

America's Shampoo Economy
New York Times
I recently gave an update on America's economic policy, such as it is, to a group of bankers. I expected a great deal of interest in the Republican tax plan, but instead, they wanted to talk about how costly it was for them to comply with the rules ...



Daily Sabah

UN: Global economy is growing at 3 percent _ best since 2011
Fox Business
UNITED NATIONS – The United Nations says the global economy is growing by about 3 percent — its highest rate since 2011 — and a significant acceleration from last year. Continue Reading Below. In its annual economic report and forecast released ...
Global economy is growing at 3 percent, best since 2011, says UNDaily Sabah

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The Wall Street Journal: "The Economy Revs Up"
Whitehouse.gov (press release)
But the biggest change has been in U.S. economic policy, notably the Trump Administration's deregulatory efforts and the boost they have given business confidence. Barack Obama's economists dismissed regulation as a minor concern, and even called it a ...

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Bloomberg

4 Developments to Watch in Global Economy - Bloomberg
Bloomberg
Much of the markets' focus last week was on another round of records -- from the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 closing Friday at new highs, to Bitcoins' wild ride ahead of the formal launch of futures trading. The spotlight was also on lower ...

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Bloomberg

How China's Debt Curbs Could Start Weighing on the Economy
Bloomberg
Authorities tightening funding in financial markets and reining in excessive borrowing will likely deal a blow to investment in infrastructure and property, while soaring corporate funding costs may damp business expansion. That could add to headwinds ...

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Washington Post

The economy is on a sugar high, and tax cuts won't help
Washington Post
The approaching end of President Trump's first year in office, another strong employment report and a still-strong stock market make it appropriate to revisit my year-old judgment that the economy is enjoying a “sugar high.” Unfortunately, the best ...
US economy faces a painful comedown from its 'sugar high'Financial Times

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Marketplace.org

Another sign of the improving economy: a drop in part-time jobs
Marketplace.org
In September, Target announced plans to raise the hourly hourly minimum wage for its workers to $11 per hour beginning in one month and increasing to $15 per hour by the end of 2020. - Justin Sullivan/Getty Images. Another 228,000 jobs were added to ...

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