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General News    H4'ed 10/19/16

Latin Ameran Economic Growth: Alba Countries vs the Neo-Liberal Old Guard

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This is interesting, if slanted toward a Socialist rather than Capitalist approach to running a National economy. But then, shouldn't the economy of any Country benefit All its Citizens rather than the Oligarchs at the top? I particularly found the optimism concerning both Cuba and Venezuela notable. Which could be because I read today that Cuba had welcomed a 2nd shipload of aid from Venezuela to repair damage from Hurricane Mathew.

That is quick work on the part of the ALBA Nations!

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