World Citizen: South America’s Economic Tiger Cubs

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During a time of turmoil in many of the world’s regions, one corner of the globe is receiving little attention — a sign that things are going rather well there despite the audible commotion elsewhere. South America, a continent that for decades made unwelcome news, has settled into a steady, if not exactly sedate pace of progress. To be sure, the Southern Cone is not free of problems — far from it. But compared to the atmosphere of crisis stalking the developed West, or the political upheaval battering the Middle East, it looks downright placid and, dare we say, promisingly […]

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