Growth that rivals China’s. The story behind Việt Nam’s economic miracle.
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No standardized tests, little competition. How Finland’s schools excel.
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Parks that work as sponges. Bangkok prepares for the age of flooded cities.

Peer pressure to save the planet. Time to make global climate action go viral.

3 things the G20 can do to save the World Trade Organization.

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Getting businesses to harmonize on climate change. It’s all about the data.

What happens when a small group of companies dominate a labour market? Wages — and workers — suffer.

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Telepathically controlled drone swarms. Biological technology advances.

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Trade war pushes China charm offensive over free-trade credentials. Beijing will seek to outline its stance at next week’s ‘Summer Davos.’ (SCMP)

Việt Nam shines despite trade war risks. Coverage from the World Economic Forum’s ASEAN meeting. (CNBC)

Rohingya Crisis ‘Could Have Been Handled Better,’ Aung San Suu Kyi Says. More coverage from the World Economic Forum’s ASEAN meeting. (New York Times)

Burberry to stop burning clothes. Cites Forum research on pollution from fashion. (Business Insider)

Arab world must accelerate reforms. Coverage of Forum Arab World Competitiveness Report. (arabianbusiness.com)