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Israeli Consumers Would Benefit from Greater Competition in Agricultural Industry

By Kristen Carpenter A gallon of milk in Israel costs approximately $6 and eggs are priced at around $3.50. Meanwhile, the prices of milk and eggs in the United States cost consumers about half as much: $3.20 and $2.41, respectively. … Continue reading

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How Israel’s Crony Capitalism Undermines Its Reputation as a “Start-up Nation”

By Kristen Carpenter Israel is often nicknamed as the “start-up nation” for its thriving high-tech industries and successful entrepreneurial ventures. Unfortunately, the country is also known for its protectionist policies in the economic sector. A report by the Brookings Institution … Continue reading

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Why the U.S. Should Adopt the Nordic Approach to Private Roads

By Giovanna da Silva Many view the United States as a free market capitalist state and Nordic countries such as Sweden and Finland as socialist due to their extensive welfare system. Yet, in the United States, most roads, highways, and … Continue reading

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FDA Rules May Vaporize The E-cigarette Industry

By Kevin Gomez In the last three years, the electronic-cigarette business has exploded. According to Wells Fargo Securities, the “vaping” industry has gone from estimated revenue of $1 billion in 2012 to $3.5 billion in 2015. Although much more research … Continue reading

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Rubio’s Opposition to Normalization with Cuba Not Without Merit

By Matt Kelly Florida Senator Marco Rubio has been an outspoken critic of President Obama’s call to end the trade embargo on Cuba, characterizing the policy shift as “a victory for oppressive governments the world over.”The grandson of Cuban immigrants, … Continue reading

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Is Florida Headed for a Seller’s Market?

Original Post date: July 10, 2012 Article by: Anonymous The subtitle of a recent Miami Herald Business Monday (6/18/2012) article read: “South Florida’s real estate market suffers from depressed prices and low inventory [emphasis added].” With an average decrease of … Continue reading

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