Economics

2018: A major hit to democracy in Latin America

A brief analysis of the 2018 democratic elections of four Latin American nations.

In this year, democracy will once again be challenged in Latin America. Six different countries will hold presidential elections, and more than ten will celebrate parliamentary ones. The latter will have macroeconomic consequences for the development of the region. Investors expect a massive shift in financial markets…again. Political transitions are considered large economic drivers in
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One-trick pony, finds its second trick

Personal computers are extremely complex machines. The intricacies of billions of individual circuit components working together and essentially upholding the foundation of the modern world are fascinating in itself, and it has been this way for the past few decades now. What’s newer though is the specialisation of labour that goes on within your computer.
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