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Kate is FT AV’s Asia Correspondent. She joined FT Alphaville in mid-2011 after carrying out various roles in the FT’s London office since 2005: interactive editor, companies reporter, and founding editor of the FT’s Energy Source blog.
US industrial production has grown at least twice as fast as GDP since the start of the recovery.
“Onshoring” work because wage differentials are narrowing plus falling electricity prices because of shale gas = more growth, so… great! Maybe? Read more
1.In Putin's Russia, financial plumbing blocks you
3.David Autor's guide to labour and the machine
4.Shale is not a ponzi
5.Electric cars as a medium for electricity storage and discharge
7.Putting Draghi in his box, and getting him back out again
8.Yes, trade with poor countries has cost US jobs
9.Shale is not a ponzi, Part 2
10.Edwards: "The equity market is now running on fumes"
1.Cash, but encumbered cash
2.King of good times a wilful defaulter, according to sources in the know
3.Always turn to note 10
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