What We’re Reading — 30 June 2016

Brexit’s first victim - Banxico raises 50bps to keep pass-through inflation limited.
Eleva Banxico tasa de interés a 4.25% (Reforma)

At this rate, someone is going to accidentally drop the torch in Guanabara Bay...
Brazil Replaces Antidoping Agency Chief (WSJ)

Starwood preferred in Havana now, too.
Four Points Havana Is the First U.S. Hotel to Open in Cuba in Nearly 60 Years (Condé Nast Traveler)

Who says customer service is dead?
American Airlines will offer Cuban travelers help with visas (Miami Herald)

Venezuela now a cautionary tale around the world.
Venezuela Mess Prods China to Reassess Africa Lending Spree (Bloomberg)

“Over the next year to 18 months we will probably see filings of the same size as Oi if not even bigger.”
Brazilian bankruptcies create opportunities for debt investors (FT)

We tried really hard for a 'Game of Thrones’ pun .
Australia loses beef crown in China as Brazil muscles in (ABC Rural)