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Britain Signals Intent to Revert to the Imperial System

LONDON — The British government said it was taking steps to return to its traditional system of imperial weights and measures, allowing shops and market…

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As Germany Election Nears, Merkel Leaves a Strong But Vulnerable Economy

Ms. Merkel’s supporters say that she has helped the German economy dodge some bullets. Her sharp political instincts proved valuable during a eurozone debt crisis…

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Once Covid Is Under Control, Inflation Will Fade From Memory

Consumer prices have risen 4.4 percent over the past six months; that’s an annualized inflation rate of almost 9 percent, which puts us almost back…

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The Delta Variant and China’s Need to Change Its Covid-19 Policy

“How lucky I was born in China,” a young Chinese scholar declared last month in his WeChat. He was proud: Following the worst domestic Covid-19…

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Inflation’s Worldwide Surge May Be a Good Sign

Price gains are shooting higher across many advanced economies as consumer demand, shortages and other pandemic-related factors combine to fuel a burst of inflation. The…

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German Election: Who Is the Green Party’s Annalena Baerbock?

BOCHUM, Germany — The woman who wants to replace Chancellor Angela Merkel strode onto the stage in sneakers and a leather jacket, behind her the…

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