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8 Real Estate Social Networks You Need To Know About Now

The real estate industry relies on relationships and social networking. Did you know that in 2022, almost 38% of real estate clients came from social media? You probably wouldn’t have guessed it if you didn’t know it. For agents, investors, or those interested in the market, using real estate social networks can make a big […]

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Economics In The Era Of Artificial Intelligence – A Bleak Look

Artificial intelligence is swiftly reshaping reality before our very eyes. By 2030—as many as 800 million jobs worldwide could be impacted by automation and AI, according to a 2017 research by McKinsey & Company. While it’s true that AI and robotics have the potential to boost productivity and economic growth, their widespread adoption may also

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Economic Risks of the Ongoing Crisis in the Red Sea

The series of attacks on commercial shipping vessels passing through the Bab-el-Mandeb strait by Houthi rebels (a detailed article about them) in Yemen has escalated into a crisis in the Red Sea with dire economic consequences if left unresolved. The narrow waterway connecting the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden is one of the

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Economic Growth, Wages, and Incomes in the High-Price Era

The year 2023 has proven quite inflationary, as a confluence of factors has driven up the prices of goods and services globally. Supply chain disruptions lingering from the pandemic, tight labor markets, pent-up consumer demand, and expansive fiscal policies have all contributed to inflation, reaching 6.9% in September.[1] Economists remain divided on whether this inflation

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How Big of a Failure Is “Make in India”?

When Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the “Make in India” initiative in September 2014, the government envisioned a plan to transform India into a manufacturing juggernaut, propelling economic growth and job creation. This ambitious initiative aimed to elevate manufacturing’s share of India’s gross domestic product (GDP) to 25% by 2022 (revised to 2025 – and

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