What We're Reading - March 31, 2016

With Senate approval of the holdout deal, Argentina expects to issue $12.5b in debt in a fortnight
En diez días, el Gobierno saldrá a vender bonos por US$ 12.500 millones para pagar a los holdouts (La Nacion — 31 March 2016)

Bad news gets worse
Brazil Central Bank’s View of Economy, Inflation Worsens (WSJ — 31 March 2016)

Some good news - rolling stock and locomotives rolling out of São Paulo
S. Korea’s Hyundai Rotem adds 3rd overseas plant in Brazil (Pulse — 31 March 2016)

Corruption Flowchart a la Odebrecht
How Brazil's Odebrecht Laundered Bribe Money (Insight Crime — 30 March 2016)

After a dismal 4th Quarter, Gol to cut flights, return planes, and restructure debt
Gol vai cortar voos, devolver aviões e renegociar dívidas (Valor — 31 March 2016)

Humala ups the ante
Peru's Humala hikes minimum wage 13 pct ahead of elections (Reuters — March 30, 2016)

Oh good. We love awkward encounters...
Beijing not keen as Panama invites Taiwan, China leaders (Reuters - March 25, 2016)