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Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump battle over infrastructure needs, while Trump faces growing opposition from fellow billionaires. Also: the ups and downs of Europe's lenders after a stress test with no fail grade, and why Uber is ceding to Didi the ride-sharing crown in China.
Theresa May has a beef with privilege. The UK’s new prime minister used her first remarks in the role on July 13 to pledge support for workers and the less wealthy. There’s plenty she can do if she is serious about correcting the economic disparities that played a part in Britain voting to leave the European Union.
from India Insight:
By Rajesh Kumar Singh and Nidhi Verma
Nitin Gadkari is the man Prime Minister Narendra Modi has assigned to launch a China-style infrastructure boom. Modi drafted in the 58-year-old former president of his Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party as transport, highways and shipping minister after winning last year's general election, betting on his reputation for getting the job done.