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The Clash of the Capitalisms

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Since the 2008 financial crisis, market-based economies in the West have experienced sharp downturns, exacerbating economic and social inequality, whereas state-capitalist economies, largely in the developing world, have maintained relatively strong growth, lifting millions out of poverty. Which model is right for the post-crisis global economy?

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