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It’s one thing to invent a clever new technology, quite another to work out a canny way of using it
The world must hope that China won’t run the world economy in the same way as the west
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Xi Jinping's ideas have conquered China. Now he has his eyes on a bigger prize—the rest of the world
“Your patient finds being cared for unbearable,” he says.