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Global Car Supply Chains Entangled With Abuses in Xinjiang, Report Says

Many of those suppliers run through China, which has become increasingly vital to the global auto industry and the United States, the destination for about a quarter of the auto […]







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Giant Wind Farms Arise Off Scotland, Easing the Pain of Oil’s Decline

The pilot of the nearly 80-foot work boat gunned its powerful engines, pinning the bow against the base of a towering wind turbine in the smooth North Sea. Three men […]




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Will Taxing the Windfall Profits of Oil Giants Fix Countries’ Economies?

Major oil and gas companies have raked in multibillion-dollar profits at unheard-of levels. Households around the world are reeling from soaring energy prices, while governments are struggling with outsize spending […]




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A New Source of Economic Anxiety in Britain: Soaring Mortgage Rates

In June 2021, Monique Foulger reached a major milestone: At 30 years old, she bought her first home, a modest one-bedroom flat in Croydon in South London.Barely a year and […]










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Liz Truss’s Departure Creates Economic Uncertainty As Inflation Rises

The departure of Prime Minister Liz Truss raises uncertainty in a country searching for answers to soaring inflation and stagnant growth. Read More




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Lessons From Liz Truss’s Handling of U.K. Inflation

The sharp policy U-turn by Liz Truss, Britain’s prime minister, reveals the perils of taking the wrong path in the fight against scalding inflation. Read More