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- George Soros blasts ‘parasite’ banks (John Ficenec, The Telegraph) George Soros, the billionaire investor, has warned that little has changed since the 2008 crisis in the ‘parasite’ banking sector. See also Documentary of the Week: The Fed Scam and GEI Opinion.
- China default special I: Hard landing fears (Houses and Holes, Macro Business) A hard landing for China would be a crash for Australia form where this article comes. More on Australian concerns from Part II and Part III. See also GEI News for some calming perspectives.
- Turkey’s Leaders Spar Over Plan to Muzzle Social Media (Sebnem Arsu, The New York Times) Turkish leaders react to discussion of their corruption scandals on social media.
- Emerging World Poses More Danger Than in 1990s: Cutting Research (Simon Kennedy, Bloomberg) An “anti-decoupling” analysis.
Today we have 15 articles discussed ‘Behind the Wall’. The final six are about hydrogen fuel cells and cars that will use them.
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