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31/01/2019 | South Korea’s Hydrogen Economy Ambitions
Troy Stangarone | The Diplomat
Moon Jae-in has an ambitious plan for South Korea to become a leader in hydrogen vehicles and fuel cells. ...
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31/01/2019 | How The Euro Enabled Europe’s Debt Bubbles – OpEd
Alasdair Baverstock | Mises Institute
t’s the twentieth anniversary of the euro’s existence, and far from being celebrated, it is being blamed for many — if not all — of the Eurozone’s ills. ...
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23/01/2019 | Huge Backlog Could Trigger New Wave Of Shale Oil – Analysis
Nick Cunningham | Oilprice.com
The number of drilled but uncompleted wells (DUCs) in the U.S. shale patch has skyrocketed by roughly 60 percent over the past two years. That leaves a rather large backlog that could add a wave of new supply, even if the pace of drilling begins to slow. ...
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18/01/2019 | US Debt: Bomb or Overblown?
Geopoliticalmonitor.com | Geopoliticalmonitor.com

The latest report from the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) is enough to curdle the blood of any fiscal conservative.



According to the report, US federal debt held by the public relative to GDP currently stands at 78 percent (debt issued in Treasury securities). If current trends hold, that number will reach 100 percent of GDP by the end of the decade, and 152 percent of GDP by 2048. Broadly speaking, the expansion is being fueled by outlays for Social Security and Medicare and increasingly burdensome interest payments on preexisting debt.



The country’s darkening fiscal outlook is sure to resonate in future elections in the United States, but there’s a crucial international dimension here as well.

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16/01/2019 | Concesiones y derechos de propiedad
Iván Alonso | El Comercio (Pe)
Iván Alonso reseña las importantes contribuciones al pensamiento económico por parte del recientemente fallecido Harold Demsetz, quien desarrolló la teoría sobre la creación de derechos de propiedad. ...
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16/01/2019 | Lo que los neosocialistas en el Congreso no entienden sobre la pobreza
Xavier Underwood | Fundación Atlas 1853
El éxito debe medirse no por la cantidad de dinero que arrojamos a las soluciones de la pobreza, sino por la cantidad de personas que están saliendo de la pobreza. ...
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15/01/2019 | Una verdad incómoda
Juan Carlos Hidalgo | La Nación (CR)
Juan Carlos Hidalgo cree que la descarbonización de la economía es una venta de humo que involucra fortalecer monopolios estatales ineficientes y un regalo para el lobby cañero. ...
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15/01/2019 | La economía mundial ante 2019
Federico Steinberg y José Pablo Martínez | Real Instituto Elcano
La economía mundial debería continuar creciendo en 2019, aunque menos que en años anteriores. Sin embargo, los riesgos geopolíticos se acumulan y podrían dar sorpresas. ...
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15/01/2019 | Is It Time To Give Up On The World Bank? – Analysis
Mihir Swarup Sharma | Bloomberg
The financial gap that emerging markets have to bridge is huge; between $1 trillion and 1.5 trillion annually is needed for investment in infrastructure. ...
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13/01/2019 | Another Drop In Energy Prices Leads To Negative US Inflation In December – Analysis
Dean Baker | Eurasia Review
The overall Consumer Price Index (CPI) fell 0.1 percent in December due to a 3.5 percent drop in energy prices. This was the second consecutive sharp drop in energy prices. This drop held the overall inflation rate to just 1.9 percent over the last year, leading it to come in under the core’s 2.2 percent year-over-year rate. In December, the core CPI increased by 0.2 percent for the third consecutive month. ...
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