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March 2019

RT @SixthTone: “It was impossible for me to go back [to China] after having devoted so much time and money yet not getting what I came for,…

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DNA data storage. “We have developed an automated end-to-end DNA data storage device… an automated 5-byte write,… https://t.co/n7UZORVfYQ

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@GenevaTradeLaw @bbaschuk @wto I’m not puzzled by the bad behaviour of governments in WTO (or elsewhere, really). T… https://t.co/dzMYFy5HLH

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RT @howserob: @bbaschuk @wto @realDonaldTrump My understanding is that possible to delay establishment of panels through agenda blocking fo…

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@bbaschuk @wto I’m puzzled how this works. VEN is a WTO member STATE; recognition of government is irrelevant (?sur… https://t.co/RrqFx5oAYV

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RT @kw_watson: Since the second case has the same public interest problems as the first case, the Commission will have to either overturn t…

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RT @matthewlesh: Today’s approval of the European Copyright Directive is the end of the internet as we know it, I explain in @CapX: https:/…

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Oops… “CHN-ITA” agreement on BRI.

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RT @alan_john_moran: Gas shortage: Victoria warned. Massive supplies available but government refuses even to allow exploration. Disgracefu…

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Sure, BRI is transparently about China’s renewed greatness. But that *is* a real thing and trade *is* a benign thin… https://t.co/CFwYuFwewF

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RT @SamKSS: The media and globalists portray Brexit and no-deal as economic armageddon, so i thought it was worth checking what investors t…

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“And what if, for the privilege of all this, the U.S. had to pay about $100 billion a year…” https://t.co/FrqFBGF6jZ

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If you’re interested in Byron: @madbaddangerous RT @VPupavac: ‘With just enough of talent, and no more,
To lengthen… https://t.co/NgqrGcx1u4

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@snlester “Let’s kill all the lawy…”. Oops, you probably can’t quote Shakespeare on Twitter these days. Let’s be ve… https://t.co/THlkCPDO6W

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New paper from @insteconomics shows a continuing robust link between productivity and wages in AU: basically unchan… https://t.co/wvn8kFaPyo

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A brief, interesting history of ‘neo-liberalism’ from someone more attracted by its success than its ideas (via Sta… https://t.co/OcbjkA78xe

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Seems even the SIA (! the front-line warriors in the USA’s 1980s trade war with JPN) now understands that governmen… https://t.co/DojlRaC0RY

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How Francis Ford Copola used his notes on Mario Puzo’s book “The Godfather” to make the fyoutu.be/awce_j2myQw7853PG

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@sdonnan Yes, sounds odd. Still, the origin of all bilateral trade deals (and the content of many) is for. pol., no… https://t.co/56uQ3pSu6z

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On Apple v Spotify: “This is like Dixon Ticonderoga making rules for what you can write with your pencil and then d… https://t.co/teDrTGf7L5

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Why wait? I for one would welcome a hard-won, but vague-in-parts and probably unenforceable USA-CHN deal that makes… https://t.co/WiUeEQeE9S

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Beautiful map. Commercial connections in the first era of market ‘globalisation’ were richer than we might guess. B… https://t.co/QB1y4jyQbD

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Precisely! Any minnow can jam stuff up in WTO. The only route to better WTO agreements lies through advocacy, allia… https://t.co/2KoKPmqtv8

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@snlester Policies? Not sure they were important. I suspect J-J S-S was right: the invention of the American corpor… https://t.co/7lA7zLu9t5

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@snlester Not families, alliances or leaders, obviously. I doubt that external factors played much of a role in rea… https://t.co/Sv6anRivfF

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@snlester Lots to like about ‘50s & ‘60s. High growth, rising real incomes doubled 1940s-70s (at all wage levels in… https://t.co/4FscxvMheh

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Disgraceful. After banning reports of the trials & public access to the “evidence”, the Victorian Court reached a v… https://t.co/LaIqZG5mlv

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Columbus’ son, Hernando — “His ‘Book of Epitomes’ (geometric forms to express everything from a book’s size to an a… https://t.co/vuPcauwWCX

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Great. But the price is unbelievable. For a chiral form of a 50-yr old drug (ketamine)! RT @skdh: FDA approves eske… https://t.co/s382HHCBqR

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Are there algorithms for negotiation? Perhaps Euclid‘ s 10th axiom (Book One of the Elements): “Two straight lines… https://t.co/AOsawIJKq9

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RT @sdonnan: That’s pretty striking. Maybe biggest unilateral trade liberalization ever? Or put another way: the inverse of Trump’s tariff…

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This 100-yr-old international trade institution was first presided by a former Commerce/Finance Minister who was fr… https://t.co/B8ji5t9xcp

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In 1919, business in the USA & Europe was keen to start on post-war re-construction. But governments kept fighting… https://t.co/79ZE2Lkjh8

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“Je vous ai compris!” Proof that history rhymes?::https://t.co/KqJmEtJAO5 https://t.co/gieZeYyyGf

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Oops… I meant IDN = Indonesia!

RT @pwgallagher: Been quite a while getting to this point but the AU-IND ‘CEPA’ has now been signed.

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RT @pwgallagher: Been quite a while getting to this point but the AU-IND ‘CEPA’ has now been signed. Ratification is at least a year off (A…

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Been quite a while getting to this point but the AU-IND ‘CEPA’ has now been signed. Ratification is at least a year… https://t.co/XX5BXDTVPG

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“It was the era when international business, as we conceive it, first became possible. When business first discover… https://t.co/utGQJVebER

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RT @insteconomics: US wins another case against China at the WTO. Shows the multilateral system still works when actually used. Trump’s tar…

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The ICC’s Century. News of a forthcoming publication on the centenary (1919-2019) of the only world trade instituti… https://t.co/fWG20imF1D

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PMOD (Google) measures total solar energy in watts/sq.m. at the top of the atmosphere. Despite an 11-yr solar cycle… https://t.co/cTNUnpNqeq

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RT @Fourmilab: Fifty years ago today (1969-03-02): first flight of the Concorde. My Saturday Night Science post on “Supersonic Civil Aviat…

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Pay-walled. But the right approach. Bet AU will do something similar (not sure about all-zero) in its negotiations… https://t.co/7muRe5FfG6

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Since 1918, the USA has “stiffed” the UK on trade/finance deals a few times. But at first glance the USTR ‘objectiv… https://t.co/r4sc2Or3Va

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RT @insteconomics: Vanguard lowers ETF expense ratios to as little as 0.03%. Don’t need government intervention to achieve efficiency and s…

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Was Trump-Kim only failed communication? Wd be great if @realDonaldTrump learned from this that “deals” & inter-gov… https://t.co/j62Bjt86dr

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@snlester @CatoTrade Interesting denominator but odd-looking result. On exchange-rate dollar basis, CHN GDP is litt… https://t.co/mxkZdlBKNs

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