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    At school we have started our extended project. I'm interested in doing economics, and I want to talk about the EU referendum or maybe US politics (why are people voting for trump) but I don't know how I could relate back to economics. Any ideas?
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    It would be hard to do it on both of these topics as they all contain a bias side and it would be really hard to remain neutral. Also the referendum was the first topic my business teacher said to do so it lacks originality. It may be interesting to look at the economic state of somewhere like Turkey or Greece and show how/Why it differs to other countries.
 
 
 
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