Daily News January 20, 2016

EXCLUSIVE The Devaluation Dilemma To devalue or not to devalue? That is the question. During the last decade, Latin American central banks have effectively steered the rudder of monetary policy, avoiding major devaluations of their currencies–with the exceptions of Argentina and Venezuela. While currency devaluation may appear to be a wise economic policy choice, it can surely have negative consequences. Latin Trade reports. 5 powerful ideas for global impact from social entrepreneurs 1.- Leverage partnerships for scale Martin Burt draws on decades of experience to explain why the era of the lone social entrepreneur is over. And he should know: he is the widely celebrated founder of Fundacion Paraguaya, Teach a Man to Fish, and most recently, the Poverty Stoplight, […]

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