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Beijing’s new economic blueprint calls for bumping life expectancy above 78 years and increasing the retirement age
By Liyan Qi and Chun Han Wong
The Wall Street Journal,  Mar. 05, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
Stock futures wobbled as investors awaited the monthly jobs report for fresh insights into the health of the labor market
By Joe Wallace
The Wall Street Journal,  Mar. 05, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
Valuation uncertainty and reduced availability of insurance coverage for new investments behind bank’s decision
By FT
Financial Times,  Mar. 05, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
The message at the National People’s Congress was one of optimism about the strength of its economy and of struggle against an array of internal and external challenges.
By Amy Qin
The New York Times,  Mar. 05, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
Rajiv Nath’s family-run Hindustan Syringes bets it can help meet the pandemic need for billions of barrels and needles.
By Karan Deep Singh
The New York Times,  Mar. 05, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
Beijing’s quest to run world’s second-largest economy on cleaner energy is reshaping global trade in the fossil fuel
By Chuin-Wei Yap and Chieko Tsuneoka
The Wall Street Journal,  Mar. 05, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
Fixed-income investors turn to corporate loans, equity-linked debt and even stocks
By Matt Wirz
The Wall Street Journal,  Mar. 05, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
There is something powerful about the idea that until the lockdowns can be eased for everyone, they should be eased for nobody
By Tim Harford
Financial Times,  Mar. 05, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
Officials said the economy would grow by more than 6 percent this year. They also pushed ahead with an electoral overhaul in Hong Kong that would cripple the opposition.
By Keith Bradsher, Chris Buckley and Vivian Wang
The New York Times,  Mar. 05, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
New research suggests that when big companies increase wages, they drive up pay in the places where they operate — without a notable loss in jobs.
By Ben Casselman and Jim Tankersley
The New York Times,  Mar. 05, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
City’s reliance on an artificially expensive land market inhibits its ability to foster a modern, entrepreneurial economy
By Mike Bird
The Wall Street Journal,  Mar. 05, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
Mayhem that left people in the state without heat or power produces hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue
By FT
Financial Times,  Mar. 05, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
Canberra urges Brussels to review Rome’s move while also expressing sympathy for EU over state of pandemic
By FT
Financial Times,  Mar. 05, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
Senator Ron Johnson delayed proceedings on the nearly $2 trillion relief package by demanding that the legislative clerks recite the plan word for word.
By Emily Cochrane
The New York Times,  Mar. 05, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
The country’s culture of argument has come under the sway of a more ideological, more identity-focused model imported from the United States.
By Christopher Caldwell
The New York Times,  Mar. 05, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
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