South Korea spends fortune buying bitcoins

South Korea spends fortune buying bitcoins

South Korea is a country that represents one of the biggest bitcoin markets in the world, where every third worker invests 10% of his salary in bitcoin. Statistics show that the average Korean investor owns $5.260 in cryptocurrencies. With 2 […]

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Will the legal recognition of Bitcoin improve the Belarusian economy?

Will the legal recognition of Bitcoin improve the Belarusian economy?

At the end of December 2017, Belarusian president Alexander Lukashenko signed a decree that confirmed that Belarus officially recognized bitcoin. This document will affect the development of the digital economy, cause the main goal of the state is to attract […]

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Peru‘s growth through structural reforms

Peru‘s growth through structural reforms

National Institute of statistics in Lima in 2017. reports that percentage unemployment rate in Peru is very hard to come by. Peru population statistics from March show 93,4% of the working population. However, 59.1% population is properly employed, and the […]

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Using Bitcoin for illegal activities and fraud

Using Bitcoin for illegal activities and fraud

The rise of bitcoin popularity directly affected the rise of ransomware abuse – different ways of extortion in which hackers blackmail the victim, holding the content of his/her computer until they get the money they ask for. Evidently, the popularity […]

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Argentina – a bumpy road to economic recovery

Argentina – a bumpy road to economic recovery

When Argentina chose a new president in 2015. it had been facing some serious difficulties like inflation, poverty, low industrial production, high percentage unemployment rate etc. So, the newly elected president Macri had to face some serious opening period to […]

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Swedish model economy – maintaining stability through reform

Swedish model economy – maintaining stability through reform

The high officials in Sweden predict the decrease in percentage unemployment rate of 5.9% in the next year which is lower than the forecast from the beginning of the year. They also predict that the unemployment rate will remain about […]

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Israel‘s economic and political challenges

Israel‘s economic and political challenges

Percentage unemployment rate in Israel in 2017. shows a decline to 4.1% according to the recent Central Bureau of Statistics in July, and this decline is viewed as one of the lowest statistics in decades. However, despite this encouraging fact, […]

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Canada‘s economic plans, strengths and weaknesses

Canada‘s economic plans, strengths and weaknesses

The latest statistics show that the Canadian unemployment reached the lowest point in a decade. Percentage unemployment rate in November in Canada 2017. amounted 5.9% which is the lowest rate since February 2008. The reason for this record is new […]

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Belgium facing economic challenges

Belgium facing economic challenges

OECD estimates that Belgium in 2017. will reach the percentage unemployment rate from the pre-crisis period. In April the unemployment rate showed 6.8%, 0.9% above the OECD average that is way above the pre-crisis level. This means that the unemployment […]

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Will the shortage of skilled employees in Denmark affect the economy?

Will the shortage of skilled employees in Denmark affect the economy?

Although there was a slight drop in unemployment in Denmark in 2017. it did not affect the current percentage of the unemployment rate of 4.3%. Despite a small reduction in the number of the unemployed, the statistics show the total […]

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