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The Economist has a very interesting summary of what the Arabic papers are saying about the Tunisian revolution. They got the translations from Meedan, a not-for-profit company that aims to promote dialogue between English and Arabic-speakers through translating web content … Continue reading
In April 2010 I applied for the Marjorie Deane internship at the finance and economics section of the Economist in London. As part of the application I was asked to write a 500-word article of the kind that could be … Continue reading
…in the Economist’s daily chart. The interactive chart lets you find the nearest equivalent country in the world to each US state in GDP and population. Some interesting and surprising comparisons.