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Shan Li, Vibhuti Agarwal | Photography by Deepti Ashtana for The Wall Street Journal
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>"Many families have suffered a decline in their living standards after years of financial security"
>"Many families have suffered a decline in their living standards after years of financial security"
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"Consumers spent less in May as their _...Read More_
"Consumers spent less in May as their _...Read More_
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This is the most insane article of 2022. _...Read More_
This is the most insane article of 2022. _...Read More_
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"Biden has the power to do a lot more—which would be good economics and good politics."
"Biden has the power to do a lot more—which would be good economics and good politics."
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"It’s time for a coherent national logistics system, regulating and coordinating what has been privatized."
"It’s time for a coherent national logistics system, regulating and coordinating what has been privatized."
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"A fantasy capitalism that magically balances the interests of workers, investors, communities and shareholders has a strong allure, but pursuing it is a self-defeating strategy—and rooted in political despair."
"A fantasy capitalism that magically balances the interests of workers, investors, communities and shareholders has a strong allure, but pursuing it is a self-defeating strategy—and rooted in political despair."
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>"Rampant outsourcing, financialization, monopolization, deregulation, and just-in-time logistics are the culprits."
>"Rampant outsourcing, financialization, monopolization, deregulation, and just-in-time logistics are the culprits."
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"Banks should benefit over the longer term from rising interest rates, but nearer term expenses promise to pinch margins. "There is real wage inflation everywhere in the economy, everywhere," Goldman Sachs' CEO says."
"Banks should benefit over the longer term from rising interest rates, but nearer term expenses promise to pinch margins. "There is real wage inflation everywhere in the economy, everywhere," Goldman Sachs' CEO says."
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>"When the corporate culture can so often seem rotten from the head down, faiths are there to remind us that businesses can be so much more."
>"When the corporate culture can so often seem rotten from the head down, faiths are there to remind us that businesses can be so much more."
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>"The Omicron outbreak, inflation and monetary tightening are shaking emerging markets. Yet our columnist says it’s risky for long-term investors to shun _...Read More_
>"The Omicron outbreak, inflation and monetary tightening are shaking emerging markets. Yet our columnist says it’s risky for long-term investors to shun _...Read More_
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"Companies hope that by making price increases hard to see, they can escape notice and avoid a customer backlash."
"Companies hope that by making price increases hard to see, they can escape notice and avoid a customer backlash."
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"G20 leaders claim – with much self-satisfaction – that they are addressing the global tax-abuse problem, which deprives governments of $483 billion every year. But if the G20 is serious about rectifying the injustice of cross-border tax _...Read More_
"G20 leaders claim – with much self-satisfaction – that they are addressing the global tax-abuse problem, which deprives governments of $483 billion every year. But if the G20 is serious about rectifying the injustice of cross-border tax _...Read More_
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"The former Soviet satellite state is welcoming British companies looking to escape the tangle of regulations and financial obstacles of doing business in Europe."
"The former Soviet satellite state is welcoming British companies looking to escape the tangle of regulations and financial obstacles of doing business in Europe."
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"The world is finally recognizing the harms of corporate tax avoidance. But the OECD’s solution to the problem is designed by rich countries, for rich countries. We need an alternative."
"The world is finally recognizing the harms of corporate tax avoidance. But the OECD’s solution to the problem is designed by rich countries, for rich countries. We need an alternative."