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What would a Javier Milei presidency mean for Argentina?

Also on the daily podcast: Berlin’s techno fans protest and an economic theory of conservation

Argentine presidential candidate Javier Milei gestures at the 9th Latam Economic Forum in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

The libertarian right-winger is leading in the polls, a surprise for a country that has typically leaned left. He has drastic plans to shrink the state. Could he turn the country around? Why Germany’s highway system and techno lovers have come to a crossroads (11:22). And a 狈辞补丑’蝉-础谤办-颈苍蝉辫颈谤别诲 economic theory of conservation made pertinent by the threat of climate change (19:59). Runtime: 25 min

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