What We're Reading - April 4, 2016

At this rate, not even Messi is safe
Massive leak exposes how the wealthy and powerful hide their money (McClatchy — 3 April 2016)
A well-connected Mexican tycoon stashes a fortune overseas (McClatchy — 3 April 2016)
Panama Papers: Lionel Messi, the small Kaiser (Süddeutsche Zeitung — 4 April 2016)

Good luck with that
Brazil's Odebrecht hopes to renegotiate $9.83 billion in debt: paper (Reuters — 2 April 2016)

Insert obligatory ‘Fitzcarraldo’ joke here
Lost in Nicaragua, a Chinese Tycoon’s Canal Project (NYT — 4 April 2016)

Nobody’s buying what they’re selling
Tickets to the 2016 Olympics aren't selling, and Brazil is scrambling to boost demand (CNNMoney — 3 April 2016)
Dilma entrega nesta segunda defesa à Comissão de Impeachment (Estadão — 3 April 2016)

More on how to do it...
Insider’s Account of How Graft Fed Brazil’s Political Crisis (NYT — 3 April 2016)

Cuts at Codelco keep Chileans chipper
Scissor-Hands CEO Is Hero for Chile and Villain for Copper Bulls (Bloomberg — 3 April 2016)

Keepin’ KIAs in Querétaro?
South Korea seeks new bilateral trade deal with Mexico (Reuters — 3 April 2016)

Charge it to my Lithium card
Bolivia, India to Share Wider Bilateral Ties with Eyes on Credit (Latin American Herald Tribune — 2 April 2016)

Apparently not an April Fool’s joke
Artist Says Brazilian Protesters Copied His Giant Rubber Duck (NYT — 1 April 2016) 

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