Fourth industrial revolution, sustainable shopping habits, China renewables, and air pollution woes

THE impacts of automation on the labour market is emerging as a key concern at this year’s World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, which starts next week. WEF, which represents captains of industry from around the world, says in a new report, The Future of Jobs, that the so-called Fourth...

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industrial revolution  shopping habits  renewables  China  air pollution 

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