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Why China’s Didi can succeed where Uber has struggled
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The British establishment is the world’s most open—for a price
Rich foreigners get a warm welcome, whatever the source of their money
Bitcoin hits $50,000 for first time
The market value of all cryptocurrencies is now close to $1.5trn
Out for the count
Trans identity becomes an issue in Britain’s census
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And it will only get worse
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