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    December 31, 2006

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    Anand Chopra-McGowan

    Yes, the Christmas issue is always fantastic. The piece on the etiquette of bribery is great - especially right now that I'm home in India for winter break.

    Cheers.
    A.

    Asi

    Brilliant is an understatement!

    Every year, the x-mass special is a collection of mind-blowing articles and this year its even better.

    truly inspiring stuff.

    happy new year - keep up the great blogging

    best

    A.

    Dino

    Hello Gareth,

    Happy New Year! I picked this issue up too over the break, and also had not read The Economist in ages.
    (Glad I saw this post, as I was planning to write about the same thing :)

    Dino

    Hello Gareth,

    Happy New Year! I picked this issue up too over the break, and also had not read The Economist in ages.
    (Glad I saw this post, as I was planning to write about the same thing :)

    Todd W.

    You dropped the Economist for Business Week? I got a BW subscription with my air miles and I quickly remembered why I stopped paying for it.

    josh

    happy new year Gareth! What an amazing issue - I missed out on catching this one in a newsstand due to traveling mostly via car last week, but glad to see a lot of the good stuff is online.

    thanks for the tip.

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