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But as time goes by, concerns that this incident could mark the beginning of a longer term downward trend in Sino-Indian relations are rising.
A new era has arrived, one where we can harness biological organisms to create consumer materials that grow themselves.
Middle-skilled jobs will be hit the hardest and opportunities will be unequal at first. So how can we prepare for these changes to the world of work?