“National champions” are back in fashion, particularly in Europe. The term is code for government support for home-grown corporate powerhouses as a way to give them an edge over outside competitors and create jobs, drive exports and fuel economic growth. The European Union worked for decades to stamp out state aid and pry open markets for electricity, phone services and air travel. But now as national leaders struggle with growing populism at home and what they see as unfair competition from Chi


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