Election Dysfunction

 Election dysfunction

Only four months before the presidential
elections in Brazil, mega investor George Soros told a reporter that, “in
modern global capitalism, only Americans get to vote, Brazilians don’t.”
Are the markets the supreme voter in a globalized economy?
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