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US Policy in Latin America: What a difference a decade makes

Theodore Kahn argues that things are looking up for the United States in Latin America Advertisements

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TTIP: What’s the Deal?

Samuel George speaks to experts on the implications of free trade negotiations between the US and the EU. 

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Five Steps to Kickstart Brazil

A new paper from Samuel George and Cornelius Fleischhaker                          

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Inside Brazilian-German Economic Relations

A new study by economists from the Getulio Vargas Foundation and the Bertelsmann Foundation, including No Se Mancha’s Samuel George, reviews the potential of Brazil- German relations, and what it means for Mercosur and the EU

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Brazilian Bonds: Hot or Not?

Theodore Kahn on the financial markets’ love-hate relationship with Brazil.

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The Sick Man of the Amazon – The Debate Over Brazil

The Brazilian economy, not so long ago the darling of emerging market enthusiasts, grew less than one percent last year. There are plenty of stories out there as to why; none of them is convincing.

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