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Big ideas drive big changes, in society, science and business. It is not uncommon, however, for supposedly big ideas to be unmasked as rubbish.
Beijing officials ordered the schools to close again and urged residents not to leave the city after a new, "severe" coronavirus outbreak. The resurgence has been traced back to a food market. Follow DW for the latest.
Lebanon has long been a financial capital in the region. But neighboring nations say billions are stuck in the country's failing financial system.
It's tempting to blame the West for all of Africa's problems. But it's an all too common tactic used by so-called benevolent dictators trying to cover their autocratic tendencies, says DW's Abu-Bakarr Jalloh.
The more complex global supply chains are, the riskier they can be for companies. The coronavirus has shown how costly it can get to be faced with disrupted supplies. Does that mean the end of globalization?
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