Ideas for Cuba (14)

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This is a new work that I recently sended to the Ideas for Cuba contest. This is the fourth of a series of 5 articles. 3-Encourage the creation of entrepreneurial ecosystems in science and technology parks through synergies between Cuban universities and international companies Innovation is an important driver of economic transformation and development. It […]

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Warren Kinsella

Warren Kinsella – Interview with the Experts

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Today we interview Warren Kinsella. He is an authentic expert on politics as you will see. He has published seven books with very good reviews. You can follow him on Facebook and Twitter. He even has a Wikipedia page! Let’s know him. – You wrote Unholy Alliances about global terrorism in 1992, long before the […]

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Microeconomics

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  Microeconomics (the prefix “micr (o) -” meaning “small” + “economy”) is a branch of the economy that studies how households and firms make decisions to allocate their limited resources, usually in markets where products or services are bought and sold. Microeconomics examines how these decisions and behaviors affect the supply and demand of goods […]

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Banks

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Banks are institutions that safeguard some goods and money, that do business with these goods and that fulfill a social function by stimulating economic activities for people to participate in economic development. That is why one of the services that national banks are obliged to offer to individuals and institutions in a country is to […]

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