What We're Reading — March 1, 2016

March isn’t going to be Dilma’s month, either.
BARCLAYS: Brazil's president is getting closer and closer to impeachment (Business Insider — 1 March 2016)
Brazilian Justice Minister Resigns (WSJ — 1 March 2016)
 

Austerity fatigue in Kingston
Jamaica's opposition wins general election as voters tire of austerity (Reuters — 26 February 2016)
 

Brazil continues to be a leader in harassing internet media companies.
Facebook’s Latin America Executive Arrested in Brazil (Time — 1 March 2016)


At €35 a phone, Telefonica looks to outsell the iPhone SE...
Telefonica, China Unicom to launch Phicomm phone in LatAm (Telecompaper — 1 March 2016)


BR Foods: Ready for the cycle?
Pedro Faria, da BRF: “Preparados para o ciclo” (Geraldo Samor — 1 March 2016)


A good round up of English language commentary on the region.
Latin America Links (Two Weeks Notice — 29 February 2016)


WhatTheir Socialist Revolutionaries’ Request 
Rolling Stones announce historic free concert in Havana March 25 (Reuters — 1 March 2016)