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June 18, 2018 Issue

relates to Features

Features

relates to The Women’s Libido Pill Is Back, and So Is the Controversy
relates to Benjamin Netanyahu Could Be Heading for a Fifth Term. Or to Court

The Bloomberg View

Insulin has been with us for decades. 

Remarks

relates to Global Trade Has a Trump Problem

Business

relates to Get Ready for Big Media to Get Bigger After AT&T Victory
relates to The Company Making Billions Off China’s Worried Parents
relates to The Only Italians Looking Forward to the World Cup
relates to Exxon Doubles Down on Oil

Technology

A temple concept in Decentraland.
relates to AI Helps Africa Bypass the Grid
relates to This Breathalyzer Aims to Predict Cancer

Finance

relates to Buy Bonds, Kill Coal
Arif Naqvi, chief executive officer of Abraaj Group, at the Milken Institute Asia Summit in Singapore on Sept. 15, 2017. 

Economics

relates to Investing in North Korea Is Not for the Faint of Heart
The Mansudae Assembly Hall in Pyongyang.
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin commemorates the 2011 opening of a natural gas pipeline in Vladivostok, near the border with China and North Korea.
relates to Germany Has Thrived With Engineering. But the Future Is Digital

Politics

relates to Trump Refuses to Release Data on Immigration Crackdown
Lisa Kincaid, in Washington, D.C.

Solutions/Breakaway

relates to Britain’s Robot Grocer Is Coming to the U.S.

Pursuits

Riffs on the spritz, gin and tonic, and Negroni.
Clockwise from top right: tortillas, lime yogurt, Mexican-style asparagus, pickled onions, salsa verde, achiote grilled fish tacos, mole carrots, carne asada, limes and salt, grillled cucumbers and pepitas. 
Businesswoman shaking hands with man on a company party
relates to What Type of Grill Is Right for You?