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The enigma of Airbnb and the false “guests”: why is it creating a housing crisis?

The majority of Airbnb offers in almost every city worldwide are entire houses or apartments, not rooms with a “host” According to a recent interview published in El País with the vice president of Public Policies of Airbnb, Chris Lehane, the platform is a sustainable tourist option because it allows…

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5 banks that do not charge you commissions even if you do not domicile a payroll

Entering a payroll every month is one of our best weapons to negotiate the conditions of a checking account with the bank. Many entities undertake to eliminate the costs associated with the operation of their accounts and their cards if the client domiciles their assets in the entity. But what…

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Fintech Law: Is it positive and necessary?

Banco Santander México has described the Fintech Law as necessary and positive, to the extent that it provides certainty to both users and investors. Who is fitting in the regulation? Javier Castrillo, Deputy General Director of Transformation and Digital Banking at Santander México, commented that, according to the results of…

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Charlotte Hogg, VISA CEO: The era of invisible payments

Charlotte Hogg, the head of the Visa business in Europe, is the quintessential British establishment. His grandfather, Viscount Hailsham, was first Lord of the Admiralty, his father, Douglas, served as Minister of Agriculture in the Government of John Major, and his mother, Sarah, who has the Baroness treatment, was the…

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