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We looked inside some of the tweets by @TheEconomist and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
8 minutes
Average replies
23
Average retweets
45
Average likes
147
Tweets with photos
0 / 100
Tweets with videos
11 / 100
Tweets with links
0 / 100

Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

1. globally and in category Daily News

3. in category Daily News

7. globally and in category Media

9. globally

10. in category Media

84. worldwide

Ousted Whitehall mandarins have been replaced not by Silicon Valley whizzkids as Dominic Cummings wanted, but by a new generation of civil-service thoroughbreads https://t.co/6kjiDCUCs1

Bosses have boasted about automating their operations for years. Covid-19 has spurred them to put their money where their mouth is https://t.co/btKowLReGA

The BJP’s proposed farm reforms are sensible enough. But they will never be implemented without a concerted effort to win farmers over https://t.co/xNCkpmP2nF

.@jimmy_wales shares his homeschooling tips on "The Economist Asks": “The rigidity of school is not for the benefit of children. If your kids aren't like that at home...let them follow their interests [and] keep after them to always be learning something” https://t.co/INtal31Yrs https://t.co/xO2kZsKU98

Many of Donald Trump’s supporters still think the election was stolen, partly because Republicans have not dared to tell them the extent of the president's lies. Now is the time to start https://t.co/S7OwdBMwF6

On our “Checks and Balance” podcast: the right and the wrong ways to hold the president to account https://t.co/dza4D6zAjL

Lessons in carpentry, with Francis Fukuyama https://t.co/YIR7KUPUih From @1843mag

“There’s a lot of potential legal trouble ahead for Donald Trump.” @stevenmazie tells “Checks and Balance” why the president faces a tricky few months, even after impeachment https://t.co/6UQxM0V5oJ

Sir Keir Starmer's Labour Party could take lessons from Joe Biden's Democrats on how to navigate identity politics https://t.co/d94nSEyjVG

On “Money Talks” with @Pat_Lane: -@CHowardCHoward asks, can commodities keep climbing? -@DuncanWeldon and @JohnGPeet explain how the Brexit trade deal will reshape cross-Channel business -How much has covid-19 cost the global economy? @S1monCox calculates https://t.co/QduYFUs52F

The new laws do away with restrictions on where and to whom farmers can sell crops, and make it easier to invest in storage and distribution. So why do Indian farmers oppose them? https://t.co/ZjN0cQ4ZOK

Even if robots have yet to take all the jobs, technology is fundamentally reshaping the nature of work in other ways as firms rethink their businesses after the pandemic #TheWorldIn2021 https://t.co/1OsikKquZZ

Our Big Mac index has been updated https://t.co/nJqcUVv5fc

With a manufacturing capacity of 5m cars a year, Brazil put plates on 1.9m in 2020, when both supply and demand were hurt by the pandemic https://t.co/lX0FQJY6ac

As society has become more meritocratic, it has become more competitive: tutoring is a way to hack the system https://t.co/EPkoPyN44d

The removal of Donald Trump from Twitter, Facebook and other platforms signifies a limiting of free speech that is chilling for America—and all democracies https://t.co/hPr9gk8D5v

On “Money Talks” with @Pat_Lane: -@CHowardCHoward asks, can commodities keep climbing? -@DuncanWeldon and @JohnGPeet explain how the Brexit trade deal will reshape cross-Channel business -How much has covid-19 cost the global economy? @S1monCox calculates https://t.co/iALeUsOKZn

Thanks in part to the pandemic, the world might be about to experience a wave of technological innovation. Our cover outside of Britain and North America this week https://t.co/ZkNpCUTQ1v https://t.co/gYitYGep0o

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