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Richard Scott on balancing conservation and commerce. Plus: Alastair Campbell on mental health and Chinese philanthropists

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The FT travels through a country in flux to meet the foreigners taking a chance on a precarious economy
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Multimedia report on how expats make the most of work and life in China
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Why the rarefied world of UK boarding schools appeals to parents around the world
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Business Education: Online Learning

Learn more about online MBA courses and other forms of virtual learning such as Moocs

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Employment: Global Best Practice

Employers are grappling with legal and ethical quandaries over how they use their workers’ personal data

Combating Rare Diseases

Scientific advances and legal incentives have encouraged investment

The Future of Regulation

Scrapping red tape may be welcome but there is a gap in understanding the pros and cons of policy

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Technology & Society

Machine learning, a form of advanced pattern recognition that enables machines to make judgments by analysing large volumes of data, could greatly supplement human thought

Investing 2.0: Unlocking Yield

Institutional investors consider new asset classes at a time when bond yields are near historic lows

Governance: inspection of ETF investments; illustration for Exchange Traded Funds special report
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Exchange Traded Funds

Large providers are growing ever more dominant as price wars spread to smart beta, meanwhile, they insist that they do an effective job on governance

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The Connected Business

Equipment makers may find it hard to deliver on 5G’s utopian promise

Working in Accountancy

Companies are seeking candidates with adaptability

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