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Dirty air accounts for the premature deaths of people in London, New York, Paris and Beijing
The stock of unsold luxury property piles up in New York
Blackstone has bought thousands of properties that were caught up in the mortgage meltdown
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Putin pivots to Beijing with biggest energy project since fall of Soviet Union
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