Infographics

The tale of two cold coffees – Graphic of the day

Cold brew often requires more coffee beans per serving than traditional iced coffee. As its popularity grows, roasters say it could help boost demand for coffee in the summer, when coffee shops have historically seen a 15-20 percent decline in sales. Today’s graphic compares regular iced coffee to cold brewed coffee.

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Philippines infrastructure spending – Graphic of the day

The Aquino administration’s public-private partnership scheme for infrastructure is showing signs of acrimony, revealing how a reform program can falter as interests diverge between crusading bureaucracies and profit-driven businesses. Today’s graphic highlights the PPP projects to build toll roads, airports, ports and railways in the Philippines.

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Foreign labor in Subaru’s supply chain – Graphic of the day

Around 260 companies supply parts for popular Subaru vehicles like the Forester pictured below. Many of these companies use asylum seekers and foreign trainees at their plants in Japan. Subaru has won over U.S. drivers with its socially responsible image. But another key to its success is a supply chain that relies on hundreds of migrant workers who are far cheaper to employ than Japanese laborers. Read the full Reuters Investigates special report and check out the labor breakdown in today’s graphic.

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Apple results – graphic of the day

Apple shares dropped today due to missed targets for iPhone sales and fourth-quarter revenue forecast falling short of estimates. Today’s graphic highlights Apple’s quarterly results in three different charts.

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China’s corporate debt mountain – Graphic of the day

The world’s biggest corporate debt pile – $16.1 trillion and rising – is a growing threat to China’s slowing economy. Corporate China’s debts, at 160% of GDP, are twice that of the United States, having sharply deteriorated in the past five years. Today’s graphic is based on a Thomson Reuters study of over 1,400 companies showing China’s rising corporate debt mountain.

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The Solar System’s planets – Graphic of the day

The first fly-by of Pluto was carried out by NASA’s New Horizons. The mission is helping scientists answer questions previously unknown, such as the diameter of the dwarf planet, which is larger than previously thought. Today’s graphic diagrams the diameter, distance from sun, and chronology of firsts of the “eight planets and Pluto”.

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Pluto up close – Graphic of the day

NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft sailed past Pluto in the distant reaches of the solar system, capping a journey of 3 billion miles that began nine and a half years ago. Today’s graphic diagrams New Horizons’ instruments and the mission to capture high-resolution images of Pluto.

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China’s outbound M&A in the U.S. – Graphic of the day

China’s state-backed Tsinghua is preparing a $23 billion bid for U.S. memory chip maker Micron Technology, in what would be the largest Chinese takeover of a U.S. company. Chinese companies have spent close to $50 billion on U.S. acquisitions over the last few decades. Today’s graphic documents the increase in those types of deals.

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BRICS economic overview – Graphic of the day

Leaders of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa finally launched the group’s largest initiatives to date — a development bank and a currency pool. Today’s graphic is an economic overview of the BRICS economies, including charts comparing GDP, real effective exchange rate, interest and inflation rates.

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Immigrants in the U.S. – Graphic of the day

More than 41 million immigrants, most of them legal resident, lived in the U.S. in 2013, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau and Pew Research Center. Today’s graphic shows the foreign-born population as a percentage of the total population by county in the United States.

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