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Tej Parikh is the Financial Times's economics leader writer. Before joining the FT he was a director of economics at Fitch Ratings and chief economist at the Institute of Directors.
He has also written for numerous international outlets on issues covering global affairs and public policy, and was previously a journalist for The Cambodia Daily in Phnom Penh.
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