The People’s Bank of China added 90 billion yuan of funds on a net basis as the Evergrande debt crisis intensifies.
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Data on China changed to boost its ranking in Bank’s 2018 and 2020 ‘Doing Business’ reports
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Anthropologist Wade Davis argues that racism and wealth disparity have eroded social solidarity among Americans.
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Refugees and the homeless live without electricity or water where not long ago, million-dollar cars used to race.
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