Tag Archives: Brazil

Five Steps to Kickstart Brazil

A new paper from Samuel George and Cornelius Fleischhaker                          

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Navigating Brazil’s Path to Growth

Otaviano Canuto, the World Bank’s Senior Advisor on BRICS, joins No Se Mancha’s effort to kickstart growth in Brazil 

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Brazilian Infrastructure: The Good, the Bad, and the Opportunity

By Political economist and Latin America-specialist Samuel George 

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Cash and Carry: Latin American Currencies Under Fire

Jesse Rogers and Jonathan Levine clock the currency game in Latin America 

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Brazilection 2014: October Surprises?

João Schlüter with the very latest from the Brazilian presidential election which will take place on Sunday, October 26. 

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Brazilection 2014: Latest polls: A final momentum shift?

João Schlüter with a polling update and his call for the Brazilian presidential election. Share your views in No Se Mancha’s internal poll below. 

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Brazilection 2014: Don’t faint! This campaign is close and dirty

João Schlüter on the Brazilian presidential campaign as it hits the final stretch. 

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Q&A: How Will Plummeting Oil Prices Affect Venezuela?

Samuel George responds to a journalists questions

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Brazilection 2014: Wait, What?!

João Schlüter on the shocking results of Round One in Brazil

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Capital Flows to Latin America: Beyond Skitters and Jitters

Energy and financial analyst (and wannabe Chilango) Jesse Rogers on cold feet in Latin America’s strongest economies

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