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The OECD says Joe Biden’s $1.9tn US stimulus programme will boost the global economic recovery

The OECD said on Tuesday that president Joe Biden’s $1.9tn US stimulus programme will boost the global economic recovery, the pandemic is being blamed for lower birth rates across Europe, and the IPO of South Korean ecommerce group, Coupang, is being clouded by worker deaths. Plus, the FT’s energy correspondent, Nathalie Thomas, explains the current surge of interest in green hydrogen as an alternative to fossil fuels. 


Biden stimulus will boost global recovery, says OECD

https://www.ft.com/content/7f7d4b7d-028a-41a6-b11e-8320173ae4bc


Covid pandemic blamed for falling birth rates across much of Europe

https://www.ft.com/content/bc825399-345c-47b8-82e7-6473a1c9a861?


Coupang’s New York listing clouded by worker deaths

https://www.ft.com/content/a90749a2-5f5d-4789-8215-fd4168a50813


The race to scale up green hydrogen

https://www.ft.com/content/7eac54ee-f1d1-4ebc-9573-b52f87d00240


Curaleaf bets on more liberal Europe with $300m deal for cannabis producer

https://www.ft.com/content/8dffd932-0ecb-444f-9cc0-079466c7b997?



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