What We’re Reading — 2 Sep 2016

Brazil is always about hydro.
Brazil’s Santo Antonio Said to Attract Three Gorges, Brookfield (Bloomberg)

Ambitious goals.
How to Fix Brazil (Foreign Affairs)

Multiplan strengthens it’s hold on Barra Shopping. 
Multiplan paga R$500 mi para crescer no BarraShopping e no Morumbi (Brazil Journal)

Macri’s in China, but where are the Argentine firms?
Macri en China: Putin, Xi Jinping y pocas empresas (Ambito Financiero)

You know things are bad when they’re going to Lee Buchheit for a quote.
Chaos in Caracas invites vulture fest (FT) 

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What We’re Reading — 22 Aug 2016

Despite everything, Rio is better off now than when it won the Olympics bid...
Futuro claro para o Rio, apesar de tudo (Globo) 

…not Dilma, though, who is expected to be impeached and step down next week.
After Olympics Spectacle, Brazil’s Focus Shifts Back to Political Saga (WSJ)

Barra Shopping’s holdco looking to seize on Olympic obsession with Barra with follow-on issuance.
Multiplan prepara oferta de ações (Brazil Journal)

EPN claims they’re merely “style errors;” they’re definitely errors.
Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto 'plagiarised thesis’ (BBC)

In a bid to improve it’s chances at UN Sec Gen, Costa Rica to host refugees from the Northern Triangle.
Seizing our Moment in Central America (Univision) 

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