What We’re Reading — June 2, 2016

Keiretsu Cubano
Japan's trading houses heading back to Cuba (Nikkei — 2 June 2016)

Temer begins to make his move
Brazil Lawmakers Take Step Toward Making Budget More Flexible (WSJ — 2 June 2016)
Nowhere to go but up (The Economist — 4 June 2016)

OAS’ Almagro pushing both side to talk gives everyone a breather
Venezuelan Credit Dashboard: Short-Term Default Concerns Ease (Bloomberg — 1 June 2016)

Companies tuning in for Mexican TV license auction...
Muestran 15 empresas interés por TV (Reforma — 2 June 2016)

…they’ll be lining up for the Bogotá cable company, next
Concejo de Bogotá aprobó venta de la ETB (W Radio — 2 June 2016)

Yellow card from the green eyeshade types
Lionel Messi in court on tax charges (FT — 2 June 2016)