Reuters – April 13, 2018

The impact of rising steel prices on agriculture illustrates the unintended and unpredictable consequences of aggressive protectionism in a global economy. And the blow comes as farmers fear a more direct hit from retaliatory tariffs threatened by China on crops such as sorghum and soybeans, the most valuable U.S. agricultural export.

Protectionism and tariffs may entice,‬
‪Until you discover who pays the price.‬

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Business Inside – March  26, 2018

Anil Seth, professor of Cognitive and Computational Neuroscience at the University of Sussex, explains the link between perception and reality. Seth believes reality as we know it comes from activity of our brain. Following is a transcript of the

Australian aborigines stated it thus:
“A great dream is dreaming us.”

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The New York Times – October 27, 2016

Passengers can get rude or even violent on a cramped flight, and the number of incidents of unruly fliers is climbing globally.

The seats are thin. Your knees touch your chin.
Fares “out of sight.” Feeling uptight?

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The Wall Street Journal – April 6, 2018

Now many food manufacturers are going back to basics. Consumers of cereal – children and adults alike – care less about nutrition and more about fun flavors, range of colors, and sweet taste.

The market has spoken. It’s hard to beat,
Crunchy, munchy and excessively sweet.

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The Economist 1843 – March 30, 2018

Sportswear has leapt beyond its original mission to become a central component of mainstream casual-wear  across the globe, and along with sneakers and track – jackets has come the elasticated waist trouser.

Bulky buckles will be felt less,

If men’s pants go truly beltless.

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