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Hotels are employing fewer concierges

IF BUSINESS travellers need to reserve a table at a restaurant, they may use OpenTable, a website. If they wish to find a nearby museum, a Google search will probably be their first port of call. 139 more words

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How should recessions be fought when interest rates are low?

ONE day, perhaps quite soon, it will happen. Some gale of bad news will blow in: an oil-price spike, a market panic or a generalised formless dread. 97 more words

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Kocka je bačena: izbori u Japanu

U nedelju se u Japanu održavaju vanredni parlamentarni izbori na kojima se očekuje da stranka premijera Šinzoa Abea poveća prednost koju je ostvarila na prethodnim izborima. 197 more words

The Economist

Izbori u Češkoj: još jedan milioner-populista

Danas građani u Češkoj republici izlaze na dvodnevne izbore i po svoj prilici na delu je uspon još jednog biznismena koji je prešao u sferu političke borbe na strani desnog populizma. 197 more words

The Economist

Izuzeci i pravila: inflacija među članicama G7

Herb Stajn, uticajni ekonomista nezaboravno je zaključio 1989. godine: ‘’ukoliko nešto ne može da traje zauvek, u nekom trenutku će prestati’’. Sada se postavlja pitanje da li će kombinacija neočekivano niske nezaposlenosti i niske inflacije u SAD pratiti taj recept. 172 more words

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Free exchange: How should recessions be fought when interest rates are low?

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Agreement on how to fight recessions in a low-interest-rate world remains elusive

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The low road

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20th-century American history: The crazy career of Herbert Hoover

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A devil to sup with

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The right way to help declining places … 133 more words

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