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The Principle of Revealed Preferences


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From The Economist, August 5th (thanks to EnduranceJay, who is presently attempting to corner the Chinese retail industry):

  • People in Zhejiang like toilet paper “as rough as sandpaper”; the top seller in Kunming is spicy chicken feet; and Shandong natives like to buy whole steamed pigs’ faces to slice up and dip in soy sauce and vinegar.

Life is rather more prosaic here in Turkey.


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