Dany Bahar - Mentions and Appearances
There is vast literature in economics showing how migrants are entrepreneurs at a much higher rate than locals. The act of migrating itself is an act of risk taking, and that’s the kind of profile of an entrepreneur.
"Instead of stopping trade, modernize the trade agreements, but also provide safety nets for workers. Because these things are going to keep happening, not only because of trade but because of modernization."
That old argument is that people come from abroad and take a limited number of jobs, but that is too simplifying and false...Due to their very nature, immigrants are entrepreneurial: Moving to a new country is an entrepreneurial act that’s filled with risks.
NAFTA is closer to collapse than in previous rounds of talks. Such a collapse would mean U.S.-made cars would become more expensive and less competitive on world markets, likely making the United States the "biggest loser" if the trade deal fails.
Russia has become an important partner in joint ventures. Russia and China have an important base in Venezuela [and Latin America] so the U.S. should be worried.
Maduro ha demostrado que está dispuesto a todo para seguir en el poder y si se pierde ese dinero pasará a recortar las importaciones y el consumo.
[The Venezuelan] crisis could have been solved months ago, years ago, if the Venezuelan government would have done only one thing, which is to follow the constitution.
[Maduro] destroyed the economy. This is a small group of people who mismanaged the country and brought it to this crisis, and they don't even acknowledge that there is a crisis.
The [Venezuelan] government has been using whatever revenue it can collect to pay off debts on Wall Street rather than channeling it to help the people
[Not buying Venezuelan oil] would increase the likelihood that [the government] would default. If they default it is going to make it much harder for them to stay in power.