Few people who live in exile can get through the day without the Venezuelan crisis invading their insides.
Keiko Fujimori is a paradox of a wedge politician: a conservative loathed by the rich and adored by the poor, she bring with her all the baggage of her authoritarian father. But she also brings a sensible economic plan, and the political capital to carry it through.
Every day brings a new dose of terrible for Venezuela’s corporate sector. One day we find out there is no sugar for Coca-Cola. Another day we learn that...
Embarking on a path to growth is going to require trimming our unmanageable public sector payroll. Good luck convincing Capriles or Ramos Allup of this.
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