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Santiago becomes the second most expensive city in South America

The capital is located in Sao Paulo and has declined in the global ranking against 2017. In Santiago the cost of living for expatriates – employees of an organization working in another country original – has become subtly cheaper. This is reported by human resources consultant Mercer in the Global Cost of Living 2018 study, an annual report for multinational …

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The picture: The smallest computer in the world, similar to a grain of rice

Photo: Courtesy El Comercio.pe (Caracas, June 26. News24) .- Years pass and technological devices become progressively smaller. We ask ourselves: With what intention? Some experts will declare others competitive with state-of-the-art equipment for the sake of convenience. As far as the smallest computer in the world is concerned, it serves medicine. The banner image shows a very small square compared …

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For investors, Argentina is riskier than Greece

The CDS or credit default swaps provide cover for a country that does not pay government bonds. With a higher risk, more must be paid to get cover. In the eyes of the global financiers, Argentina, together with Venezuela and Ecuador, is on the podium of the region. Rank It is not the most embarrassing indicator for you and may …

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Create Tools to Detect Cryptostaffer on Twitter | crypto News

With cryptocurrency scams on Twitter this month, two tools have been introduced to prevent fraud that deceives the public by displacing identities and requesting cryptocurrency payments through this social network. These are the MetaCert Protocol Cryptonite and Scam Clerk applications With these two tools it is possible to recognize the account imitators on the social network and verify that the …

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Escotet expects the intervention of Banesco to end in August

26th June 2018 14:55 | Updated on June 26, 2018 3:37 pm Juan Carlos Escotet, President of Banesco, said on Tuesday that the Bank's situation is "in the process of normalization" and expects the government's intervention to end before 3 August. Escotet, attending the Shareholders' Meeting of Abanca in Spain, confirmed that she was working to "fully close the criminal …

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In 20 years, Panama will move four times more passengers

Passenger traffic at the main airports in Latin America and the Caribbean could increase in the coming years, so that in the short term, more urgent investments will be needed to address major bottlenecks in infrastructure, notably major hubs and gateways, including Panama City According to a study by the CAF, to help establish a long-term strategic agenda for the …

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Blue Origin will launch its space tourism program next year

Blue Origin, owned by Amazon's billionaire billionaire billionaire Jeff Bezos, plans to sell suborbital flight tickets next year. This was stated by Rob Myerson, senior vice president of the company, at the last industry summit in Washington. Reference image Blue Origin is a private space company specializing in suborbital space tourism. For this he built and tested the New Shepard …

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The cost of living rises in CDMX and Monterrey due to inflation

The Inflation in Mexico has increased the cost of living for expatriates in the largest cities in the country compared to the other major Latin American cities According to the annual cost of living study compiled by Mercer, the city reached Mexico rank 157 as she climbed 20 places, while Monterrey is positioned as the city number 193 and 10 …

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The price of US crude increased by 3.6% on Tuesday

Photo: Noticias24 / Archivo (Caracas, June 26 – News24) .- The price of oil from Texas (WTI) rose 3.6% today to close at $ 70.53 At levels not seen in a month after the US will urge its allies to finish their Iranian oil imports by early November. At the close of live operations on the New York Stock Exchange …

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