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Elsewhere on Wednesday: – HK is giving every permanent resident HK,000 (,200).– Why it’s so tough to tot up US medical costs. – The creation of Eddie Hearn. – The US’s intergenerational ponzi scheme. – Steve Coogan on Greed. – Monetary policymakers banking on big data. – Remain campaigner Gina Miller turns ire on Andrew Bailey. – Why kids love dinosaurs. – The environmental cost of taxi apps.  Copyright The Financial Times Limited 2020. All rights reserved. You may share using our article tools. Please don't cut

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