♦ Michael Pettis, a finance professor at Peking University, argues that a slowdown in China’s economy will not lead to social unrest, provided median household income continues to grow at 6-7 per cent.
♦ The killings in Egypt over the weekend have highlighted the resurgence of the country’s shadowy ministry of interior.
♦A private group in Mumbai is hiring teachers with rather unusual backgrounds, but its engaging teaching methods are helping students to succeed.
♦ Paul Krugman thinks urban sprawl might be preventing social mobility in US cities.
♦ The BBC gives the lay of the land in Zimbabwe ahead of the elections. Read more
© The Financial Times Ltd 2016 FT and 'Financial Times' are trademarks of The Financial Times Ltd.