This is an interview by Jorge Ramos with Nicolás Maduro the dictator of Venezuela.
14 July 2019 - 0
The digital tax has become one of the most discussed ideas in tax policy in the past months. Last year, the European Union wanted to introduce such a tax, which would specifically target companies providing digital services. This attempt ultimately failed due to the opposition of multiple member states.
12 July 2019 - 0
Africa is the most resourcefully blessed continent in the world. But while many of its countries are struggling with financial instability and avoidable economic downturns, the cryptocurrency has all the potential to make them prosper. Unlike before, Africa may have a viable solution to its many problems.
10 July 2019 - 0
The flagship African Union (AU) project, the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA), has finally come into force this week. At last.
25 June 2019 - 0
Winter has not just started in the southern hemisphere but it might also start soon for millions of Brazilian TV viewers.
21 June 2019 - 0
Thousands of protesters tried on Thursday to storm the parliament in Georgia's capital Tbilisi. It came to violent riots!
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Last update 21 June 2019 10:20 pm WET
20 June 2019 - 0
Several decisions of the Constitutional Court of Moldova have arguably contributed to the political crisis that Moldova is facing now. Today we will analyze them and their impact on the Moldovan political processes as well as some policy solutions for this situation.
A short disclaimer: We do not want to take sides on the political conflict in Moldova, our analysis is
13 June 2019 - 0
Here you can see a video which we created from the article by Jorge Jraissati
The Day After: Venezuela’s Post-Maduro Economic Manifest by Jorge Jraissati
Moldova a second Venezuela, or why Moldovan politics are more interesting than Game of Thrones series10 June 2019 - 0
Moldova, a tiny Eastern European country between Romania and Ukraine, for the last 48 hours, is facing with a deep political-constitutional crisis, when de-facto exist 2 Prime-Ministers with 2 Governments, 2 Presidents and one Parliament, that one of the sides of the “belligerents” considers illegal.