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‘Recycling’ schemes from fast-fashion giants like H&M and Zara result in less than 1 per cent of old clothes turned into new items. In nations like Ghana, the result is all around.

Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine saw the pharmaceutical company become the world’s most visible drug maker, but with its stock falling in 2022, success has left investors impatient for an encore.

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Psychedelics have entered the mainstream to treat conditions from depression to PTSD. As legalisation looms, the ensuing gold rush could lead pharmaceutical firms and clinics to put profits first.

Yuri Milner got rich investing in start-ups like Facebook and Twitter, with much of his seed money linked back to the Kremlin, but now he is distancing himself from Vladimir Putin.

Launched in 2018, the China Initiative has largely failed in rooting out spies in America’s corporations and labs, but has succeeded in driving many pioneering scientists back to China.

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Once the world’s largest real estate developer, China Evergrande is at risk of drowning in a tsunami of debt as Beijing changes monetary tack. Just how far will the ripples be felt?

China’s efforts to kick-start a ‘global energy internet’, a worldwide network of power-transmission supergrids, might be gaining traction, but not exactly as President Xi Jinping envisioned.

With more than a billion downloads, the short-form video app owned by start-up ByteDance has captured the imagination of users across the globe. So what makes TikTok tick?

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‘Danish Justin Bieber’ Christopher Nissen, who goes by the stage name Christopher and admits he is something of an experiment, will do anything it takes to make it in the mainland. Except wear a tutu