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In Opinion Ruchir Sharma writes, "A pragmatic country can have a business-friendly environment alongside social equality, if it gets the balance right. The Swiss have become the world’s richest nation by getting it right."

@TomJLines  @TheEconomistit  does seem low. Also The Economist doesn't seem to fully explain its methodology. This, by Morgan Stanley's Ruchir Sharma, is worth a read on good/bad billionaires.

Ruchir Sharma wants us to look to Switzerland rather than Scandinavia as a model

Since 1950, 43 countries have had annual economic growth of 7% or more for a full decade. More than 80% of those were run by an authoritarian government. Ruchir Sharma looks at why markets love strongmen.

Morgan Stanley's Ruchir Sharma on why demographic trends mean we need to redefine economic success/failure... Aka central banks can't print people.

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For extra reading, a great op-ed by Ruchir Sharma of Morgan Stanley on growth expectations going forward:

Redefining the standard of economic success could help cure many countries of irrational anxieties about “slow” growth, and make the world a calmer place, writes Ruchir Sharma

What’s Wrong With the Global Economy? Ruchir Sharma argues a lot of the problem is down to declining populations - and that we need to redefine our notion of a successful economy.

Redefining the standard of economic success could help cure many countries of irrational anxieties about “slow” growth, and make the world a calmer place, writes Ruchir Sharma

Global markets have been seized by fear that trade wars were slowing growth in Germany, China and the United States. But the story here is bigger than President Trump and his tariffs, writes Ruchir Sharma.

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In a country obsessed by weddings, the election battle will largely be decided by single leaders. Astute observation by Ruchir Sharma. One of many in a very readable book.

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Indian electoral coverage can be full of uninformed opinion. Was good to have Ruchir Sharma,a man of many accomplishments, on my show. As an investor, strategist and political commentator, his take on the election results was refreshing. Let’s restore reason over rhetoric on TV!

India needs to focus on spread of urbanisation; China's seen 19 new cities vs nearly zero in India: Ruchir Sharma

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‘Biggest sign of statist control is that no businessman will speak out against govt. It’s different in the US’ ~ Ruchir Sharma Tycoons own the Govt. How will they speak against it?

@PrannoyRoyNDTV  and Morgan Stanley's Ruchir Sharma discuss trends of 2016 that will dictate global economy, stocks

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India Inc's sales growth in 2015 was at a shocking 0%: Morgan Stanley's Ruchir Sharma to @PrannoyRoyNDTV  on NDTV

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