What We're Reading - March 28, 2016

PMDB expected to leave government, but alternatives seem no better
Brazil’s tainted elite leaves few alternatives to Dilma Rousseff (FT — 25 March 2016)

Toll road operator gets ticket for being too fast with the books
OHL Mexico Fined Over Accounting Practices (WSJ — 28 March 2016)

Continuing education, of a sort, as Brazilian execs learn how to respond to the police
Advogados dão recomendações de como se portar caso a PF bata à porta (Folha — 28 March 2016)

Banks nervous about corporate defaults in Brazil
Supercalotes de empresas preocupam grandes bancos (Folha — 27 March 2016)

Losing out to Cuba, and getting knocked by KYC concerns
Caribbean economic risks in 2016 (Bloggings by boz — 28 March 2016)

Red card handed out
Former Honduran president pleads guilty in Fifa bribes case (FT — 28 March 2016) 

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What We're Reading - January 29, 2016

What’s Keeping Venezuela’s creditors up at night?
The Coming Mess in Venezuelan Debt (DealBook/NYTimes – Jan 28, 2016)

Sweet Micky’s Swan Song
Aftershocks: Is the earthquake-stricken country’s flamboyant President a savior or rogue? (The New Yorker – Feb 1, 2016)

Norway puts Brazil on Notice
Norway Oil Fund Puts Petrobras on Observation List (WSJ – Jan 28, 2016)

Pat Riley Brings the Heat on Cuba
Pat Riley Joins Miami Millionaires in Donating to Cuba Trade PAC (Bloomberg – Jan 28, 2016)

Speak Softly and Carry a Big Carrot
U.S. Leverage in Latin America ( – Jan 29, 2016)

The Looming Economic Impact of Zika
Zika virus is not only a health threat, but an economic one too (PBS – Jan 27, 2016)

Carry Trade and Frequent Flyer Miles – Japan in Mexico  
ANA plans direct flights to Mexico City from Narita (Japan Times – Jan 29. 2016)

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