May 13, 2012

Dismal Economics of Resource Nationalism

Fabio Fiallo, The Commentator

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Resource nationalism is condemned to join other 'progressive' economic recipes in the dustbin of history. Sadly, for Latin America, many of its people will find out the hard way.

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TAGGED: Venezuela, Hugo Chavez, Latin America, Evo Morales, Bolivia, Argentina, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, Resource Nationalism

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