As John F. Kennedy said during his inaugural address, on Jan, 20, 1961 My fellow Americans: ask not what your country can do for you — ask what you can do for your country. This has been a week of unexpected events in […]
It seems that everything old, is new again.. While the E.U. economy is still in shambles and the U.S. is struggling to regain its foothold; China continues to grow and Russia is coming back again under Putin. Considering these trends we can ask ourselves what […]
The Effects of Argentina’s Currency Devaluation in Latin America extend beyond just their political borders, and could substantially impact the future regional growth.
For the past four years, the Argentine economy has been shaken by a string of decisions from a government that once enjoyed full approval and an economic might that seemed unparalleled and that today is being mocked for its unpreparedness and poor timing, to say the least. Yet, to understand the Argentinean problem, we have to look deeper into the roots of it and understand that it is more about a fractured political model than just a bad set of reversible policies. And that it has consequences for the entire Latin American continent.
Sabias que los países de Centro América y la república Dominicana combinados exportaron mas de $18,000,000,000 en productos y servicios a los E.U. en el 2009? Dentro de estos $18 billones exportados a los E.U. estarian productos como textiles, y productos agrícolas ($6.2 billion) como […]
Hoy, Barack H. Obama fue confirmado como presidente re-electo de los Estados Unidos, en una ceremonia publica en Washington, DC. El acto el cual fue televisado simultáneamente por las cadenas de televisión americanas y muchas mundiales, contó con la presencia de los dignatarios de la […]
Inter-oceanic canal in Nicaragua as an alternative to the Panama canal.
Nicaragua will be initiating the construction of the their Inter-oceanic canal starting in 2014 or early 2015 and ending in in 2019, the work will be executed by HKND from china under a figure from grant and exploitation. With this Nicaragua will allow the passage of larger vessels between the Caribbean and the Pacific.
With an economy based on non traditional employment, the current unemployment levels, raising the food and services prices, and increasing poverty levels, Nicaraguan citizens are saying that this is enough. According to a study by M&R Consulting, over 62% of the Nicaraguans will like a better standard of living, and more than 50% is willing to emigrate to the U.S., Costa Rica, and Spain.