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If held in early fall (say, in October), when prices are low and consumer sentiment is at its peak, political elections – the ultimate “consumer confidence survey” – are more likely to favor incumbent governments. *    ...

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Thousands of future unemployed are driven into the over-education trap. Rather exceptionally, Georgia cut university enrollments by revoking education licenses from dozens of diploma mills. It is yet to offer students a viable VET option,...

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