Radical libertarian economist, Javier Milei, has won Argentina’s presidential elections, investors are shaking up the venture capital market by raising money to buy out start-ups, and Bangladesh is struggling to keep the lights on after going all-in on liquefied natural gas.

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Radical libertarian Javier Milei elected president of Argentina

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