The Economist

June 17, 2005, 10am PDT
How the current housing boom ends could decide the course of the entire world economy over the next few years.
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June 6, 2005, 8am PDT
Already heavily polluted, China's cities face a troubling picture of many more cars on the roads in coming years.
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May 5, 2005, 6am PDT
The oil industry faces significant challenges in the future.
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March 18, 2005, 1pm PST
Zoning restrictions can help to explain why house prices continue to rise.
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March 16, 2005, 6am PST
Most expensive property prices in mainland China are in areas surrounding Xintiandi, where traditional Shanghai art deco features have been preserved.
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February 2, 2005, 12pm PST
Can the mayor of São Paulo, South America's biggest city, steer it to a better future?
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December 6, 2004, 6am PST
"New buildings use design and technology to reduce environmental impact, cut costs and provide better places to work."
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November 9, 2004, 8am PST
New York would simply not be the bustling, crowded, city that it is without its subway system.
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October 21, 2004, 6am PDT
The environmental platforms of both George Bush and John Kerry are not quite what they seem.
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October 1, 2004, 10am PDT
The Economist analyzes the politics and economics behind the Russian government's decision to approve the Kyoto Protocol.
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September 18, 2004, 7am PDT
Swiss ask virtual tourists to plan their landscape.
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September 14, 2004, 11am PDT
The Economist examines the car of the future and the implications for transit and travel.
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August 18, 2004, 2pm PDT
"South Korea is the latest country to decide that it needs to build a new capital city. It has some good reasons for doing so, but history suggests it may not be such a great idea"
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May 3, 2004, 2pm PDT
The use of autos as status objects is losing ground to a more environmentally and socially benign item -- phones.
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April 20, 2004, 9am PDT
The Economist offers a European perspective on the Wal-Mart phenomenon.
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January 31, 2004, 9am PST
Cheap designs have lent a surreal touch to China's urban landscape.
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January 30, 2004, 10am PST
Residents of UK town are allergic to 'modern' urban design.
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January 22, 2004, 4am PST
Shanghai's approach to city development is built around massive and expensive projects.
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January 8, 2004, 10am PST
Differing attitudes toward growth characterise America's political boundaries.
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October 28, 2003, 11am PST
The Economist predicts the end of the age of oil is within sight.
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