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Articles from The International Economy (September 22, 2006)

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Bolten's White House: and why Hank Paulson, the former Goldman Sachs chief, is the new Treasury Secretary. Barnes, Fred 2147
Can China achieve a soft landing? 5891
China's aging problem: limited options, ominous risk. Lo, Chi 1801
China's pollution timebomb: the giant elephant in the corner of the global environmental parlor. Wu, Friedrich 1418
Europe's latest infatuation: the idea of TAFTA, a trans-Atlantic free trade area, is getting hot. Schonberg, Stefan 979
G7 Best Sellers: what the economic, financial, and political elite are reading. 1005
How to make good in Washington. 793
IIE celebrates twenty-five: founded in 1981, the Institute for International Economics quickly came to dominate global economic policy research. TIE sat down with director Fred Bergsten, who started it all and today remains the dominant force in an important Washington, D.C., institution. Cover story 6284
Rising Muslim schizophrenia: an investor's guide to globalization and the war on terror. Zoakos, Criton M. 2218
Taxes and why everybody loves Hank. 285
The "beats me" response. 155
The good news about amaranth. 178
The International Economy Power Tree. Directory 1886
Unleashing India's potential: the key is to modernize the financial system. Lund, Susan 2530
Wall Street's derivatives casino: is today's eerily tranquil scene an illusion? Whalen, Christopher 2274
Who says Germany's not restructuring? Schonberg, Stefan 193
Why the ECB watches the Fed. 197
Winner of the inflated head award? 190

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