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Urbanization: Islands of Heat

Magazine 94 – Spring 2022
Heat is becoming an increasing health risk for city dwellers. But worldwide, innovative pioneers are declaring war on the urban heat.


Globalization will intensify

Issue 88 - Fall 2020
Renationalization tendencies and a lack of self-responsibility endanger our prosperity, warns Georg Kapsch, CEO of Kapsch Group and former President of the Federation of Austrian Industries. For sustainable growth and climate protection, what is needed are above all technological progress and a different kind of globalization for the benefit of all.

Corona in developing countries

Global quake

Issue 87 - summer 2020
The corona crisis has reached the whole world with its immense direct and indirect effects. While Africa strikes a balance between infection numbers and socio-economic damage, some Latin American countries are sinking into chaos.

New markets

Andiner departure

Issue 84 - November | December 2019
Slowly but surely, Peru and Bolivia are emerging from the shadows of their big neighbors. While it is still creaking and creaking politically, the economy in the two Andean countries has been running smoothly for years.



Issue 84 - November | December 2019
Drazen Maloca serves as economic delegate of Chile from Bolivia and Peru and promotes more Austrian involvement in the region.

Crisis in Venezuela

The revolution eats its children

Issue 78 - November | December 2018
20 years "Socialism of the 21. Century ": Great words of a fairer world followed in Venezuela economic decline and erosion of democracy. The people are starving today, millions are fleeing, the saved is no longer worth anything ...


Only without Maduro

Issue 78 - November | December 2018
Klaus-Jürgen Gern from the Kiel Institute for the World Economy sees the expulsion of foreign investors as a major cause of Venezuela's misery. Now it needs confidence-building measures - and possibly the US dollar.