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About Andrés Miguel Rondón

Andrés Miguel Rondón has an M.A. in Economics from the University of Edinburgh and is based in Madrid. He has worked in wealth management, banking and microfinance. He’s a voracious reader of classics, specially the Russians, and history; a Caraqueño and Caraquista, inescapably a lover of salsa, wheat talk and rum; fascinated by South America's indigestion of modernity, and owes his political understanding mostly to Octavio Paz, Ivan Karamazov and dad.

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