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- China’s state-owned sector is strangling growth (Peter Cai, Business Spectator) Government subsidies prevent effective competiton by privately owned firms.
- The many tragedies of Edward Teller (Ashutosh Jogalekar, Scientific American) One of the greatest scientists of the 20th century, if not of all time, Edward Teller’s memory is tarnished by personality flaws.
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