Entrepreneur Scene in Latin America

Feature Small and medium-sized companies (SMEs) in Latin America are key to the business fabric. They represent an overwhelming 98.7% of all businesses in Argentina, 98.9% in Brazil and 99.4% in Chile. This article was published in the April-June 2015 print edition of International Finance Magazine on April 20, 2015.
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Haro sur l’agriculture GM

Reportage de photos Silvetri, un petit producteur de vin dans la province de Cordoba en Argentine, produit du vin « agro-durable ». Il crie haro sur l'agriculture transgénique en vogue dans le pays et refuse de pulvériser des pesticides sur son champ. Ce reportage de photos a été publié dans The Huffington Post le 19 avril 2015.
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Prosecutor’s Death a Litmus Test

Feature The mysterious circumstances under which Argentine Special Prosecutor Alberto Nisman died in January of an allegedly self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head has spawned a number of theories that challenge the official narrative put forth by the government. This article was published in Latin America News Dispatch on April 17, 2015.
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How Tobacco Companies are Aggressively Pushing into the Middle East

Feature The Middle East, which has the most rapidly growing rate of smokers on the planet, has become a lucrative marketplace for tobacco companies, as they are reaping the benefits of laxer regulations on smoking than in Western nations, increasing incomes and a booming young population. This article was published in Your Middle East on April 15, 2015.
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Argentina Sues, Suspends Citibank

Article The Argentine left-wing government is suing in local courts Citibank Argentina, the country's 12th largest bank by deposits and a subsidiary of Citigroup, for exiting its bond custody business, in the latest development in the South American nation’s debt saga. This piece was published in International Finance Magazine on April 14, 2015.
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