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Fraudulent fish, refugee myths, the racial wealth gap and other top stories of the week

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Adrian Monck
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That fish is not what you think it is. Seafood fraud is rampant.
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Facing a labour shortage, this country is paying migrants to return.
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Actually, most don’t live in camps. Debunking the biggest refugee myths.

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Blockchain: power to the people? Only if we make it safe.

Solar is now cheaper than the grid in China. Will adoption accelerate?

Your home heat may be a climate problem. Time for a new approach.

The racial wealth gap in the US is growing. 4 reasons and 2 scenarios.

Why scientists have consistently underestimated climate change.

How Sweden became more entrepreneurial than the US: micro-based reforms.

The robot boom in China. What lies behind a nation’s techno-optimism.

A woman leader reflects on a lifetime as a TV executive.

No relation between trust and cooperation? A new study’s surprising finding.

Shareholder value is no longer everything for CEOs. Quotes Forum executive chairman Klaus Schwab. (New York Times)

Rwanda’s progress is real. Finance minister references Forum data. (Financial Times)

The road to Cape Town. Coverage of the upcoming World Economic Forum on Africa. (CNBC Africa)

Netflix partners with Forum Digital ASEAN working group. (Malay Mail)

Co-chairs announced for Forum India summit. (Economic Times)

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