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Nov 08-15 2017
Venezuela Flirts with Default as it Faces Sanctions
News in Brief
Editorials & Commentary
Zombie Companies and the Epidemic of Tax Evasion in Chile
Latin America’s Disillusionment with Democracy
Peru’s Congressional Majority Threatens Democratic Balance of Power
Female Candidates Will Now Head the List of Senate Candidates in Mexico
The Chilean Right Gains Upper Hand in Pre-Election Polls
Nicaraguan Opposition Wins the Majority but Loses the Campaign
War, Peace, Drugs & Violence
President Peña Nieto Attempts to Address Violent Crime in Last Year of His Presidency
Guatemalan Executive Branch Uncommitted to Fighting Corruption
Rock, Violence, and Paramilitarism, a Little-Known Stigma in Santa Marta, Colombia
Economy & Business
Low Worker Productivity Draws Attention to Colombia’s Development
Google Launches Pay as You Go System in Brazil
Coca Cola Battles Soda Tax in Argentina
Pope Francis Attempts to Address Cellphone use in Catholic Liturgies While Others Follow Suit
Beverage Consumption and Health in Argentina
Colombia is Home to the World’s First University for Webcam Models
Production of Second Major Bridge in Brazil Comes to a Halt
Brazil’s Argentinian Gold Mine
Brazilian Executive Admits to Involvement in Political Corruption in Peru
Latin America & US
Hate Crimes against Latinos Spike in the U.S.
Trump and Brands: Mexico’s Love-Hate Relationship with the U.S.
End of TPS for Nicaraguans Reflects “Disconnection” between Nicaraguan Government and Immigrants Living the U.S.
Latin America & World
Russia Has Sent Cuba 217,000 Tons of Oil and Petroleum Products this Year
Peru Is Aiding Countries in the Advancement of the TPP with New Commercial Agreement
High Toxicity Levels in Uruguay’s Río Negro Complicate Paper Mill’s Plans to Expand
The Galápagos Islands Threatened by Climate Change
Costa Rica Postpones Carbon Neutrality from 2021 to 2100
Arts & Entertainment
Guatemalan Graphic Artist, Elder Mejía, Paints on an Unconventional Canvas
Uruguayan Director Captures Perú’s Natural Treasures in Documentary
Brazilian Band Has Found Its Home in Country’s Underground Music Scene
Travel & Tourism
Indigenous Community Commits to Ecologically Sustainable Tourism in Ecuador
The “Star” Caribbean Beach Destination for Argentines
El Salvador Establishes La Libertad as a Tourism Focal Point
Displaced Lives in Tegucigalpa
Gang violence in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, has uprooted the residents who live in the capital.
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