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  • You are a wrath of ignorance and a consequent curse on a society.

    FORBES: Connect

  • The power of China (and a consequent lessening of official concern over human rights) is palpable in Central Asia.

    ECONOMIST: Democracy's decline

  • It will, he claims, have a lift-to-drag ratio eight times better than a jet airliner's, with a consequent saving in energy.

    ECONOMIST: Maglev trains

  • There would merely be loss of face for the august institution Bernanke runs and a consequent loss of confidence in the dollar.

    FORBES: Could A Federal Reserve Bank Go Bust?

  • By holding down the value of the yuan and allowing a consequent build-up of excess liquidity, China risks repeating the same error.

    ECONOMIST: China's economy

  • No wonder Mr Loiseau was worried about the possibility of losing one of his precious stars, and a consequent drop in custom.

    ECONOMIST: Bernard Loiseau

  • They reckon that closures of some hospitals, with a consequent pooling of scarce resources, would enable those left to provide better care.

    ECONOMIST: What ails Cuba’s health service?

  • Unless the Fed takes immediate steps to strengthen the dollar, expect distrust in the dollar to grow with a consequent continued slide in its value.

    FORBES: An "All-In" Bet By Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke

  • Consistent league expansion throughout the last decade led to a consequent expansion in playoff spots in 2011 where 10 teams were admitted to the playoffs.

    FORBES: How the MLS Playoff Format Punishes Ambitious Teams

  • With additional capacity kicking in over the next 4-5 years, we may eventually see supply outpacing demand, which would result in oversupply and a consequent decline in spot market prices.

    FORBES: Freeport Mac Digging To $42 On Copper Comeback Fed By China

  • The introduction of cultivated cereals and vegetables, along with dairy produce, resulted in a poorer diet and a consequent decline in human stature, only reversed (at least in developed countries) in the last century.

    ECONOMIST: Food in history

  • In the case of financial institutions, the global credit crisis of 2008-2009 and consequent regulatory reforms present a powerful impetus to change organizational behaviors and processes.

    FORBES: For Banks, There Are Risks In Using Excel For Underwriting

  • But even if the Americans were now to put pressure on Binyamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister, who was (like Yasser Arafat) in Washington this week, any consequent goodwill would be swiftly dissipated by a bombing raid on Iraq.

    ECONOMIST: Saddam again | The

  • What we did have was a housing bubble and collapse with the consequent falling over of large parts of the banking system.

    FORBES: The Stupidity of the Robin Hood Tax Reaches America

  • The scramble for stock opportunities and the consequent spike in trading volume has, increasingly, become a big enhancing factor in the bull market.

    FORBES: Evercore Partners: The Stock To Ride In The Accelerating Pace of M&A Activity

  • This reflects a protracted period of weak external demand with consequent strongly negative effects on exports and increasing uncertainty about high-growth emerging countries.

    FORBES: And The Number One Country In The World For Investment Is...

  • But the involvement of Americans, and the consequent American media and congressional interest, could make it a big one—and, so, perhaps, the excuse for demanding blood for blood rather than pursuing the difficult search for negotiated peace.

    ECONOMIST: Colombia

  • For the press, the big news of the visit of el Papa has been the church's zeal to have companies sponsor it, and the consequent appearance of Cardinal Norberto Rivera, the Catholic primate, in a television ad for potato chips (una papa being a potato).

    ECONOMIST: Mexico: Welcome to the holy father | The

  • America's ethanol subsidy, which has led to a huge rise in production, rocketing maize prices and consequent rioting in Mexico, is the sharpest example of why government should not pick winners: once the fertiliser and fuel used in corn production are taken into account, ethanol is probably not much greener than petrol.

    ECONOMIST: Climate change

  • Massive greed and consequent massive human misery and suffering do not have to be accepted as a givens, unavoidable, intractable, irresolvable.

    FORBES: Five Predictions For The Future Of Social Entrepreneurship

  • In America's courts, because each side can and does appoint its own expert witnesses—and often pays them thousands of dollars a day—the potential for the perversion of research, and consequent confusion of the jury, is enormous.

    ECONOMIST: Science and the courts

  • Farther afield, China's eagerness to do business in Myanmar, and its consequent reluctance to chide the tyrannical generals that run the place, helped to prevent a forceful international response to the violent repression of peaceful demonstrations there last year.

    ECONOMIST: A ravenous dragon | The

  • Unease has been growing since last year, when the sharp drop in interest rates, and the consequent rush to refinance mortgages taken out at higher rates, left Fannie Mae with a mismatch between its debt obligations and its revenues from mortgage bonds.

    ECONOMIST: Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae

  • What one can say, however, is that global economic stability calls for a gradual reduction in America's enormous current-account deficit (and its consequent heavy demands on the global capital market).

    ECONOMIST: Beer should be strong. Currencies, not necessarily

  • As my sketch below shows, an organization with a digital nervous system is characterized by a large number of inflows and outflows of data, a high level of networking, both internally and externally, increased data flow, and consequent complexity.

    FORBES: Big Data is Creating A Digital Nervous System

  • In contrast with many industrial countries that are facing large fiscal constraints and consequent challenges to meet their foreign aid commitments, Brazil, Russia, India and China are in a strong position to continue increasing their type of development financing, thus becoming a new America and a new Europe to poor countries.

    FORBES: BRICS Summit: A Gathering of Strange (But Strong) Bedfellows

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