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Newsletter Special Issue 5: In which I stick my neck out and launch the new LI liberalisation likelihood index (Lilli)

As we would have alerted our premium subscribers on Friday when we broke the news, something actually Big and Important has happened for the first time in ages on the liberalisation front.

What I think is most surprising about the new BCI draft rules is that they exist at all: even getting the BCI to the negotiating table should be counted as a coup for the government.


Now this is very unlike me but I'm going to stick my neck out and make some predictions now (and am prepared to get it horribly wrong, but that's where the fun comes in!).

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