Daily News April 29, 2016

Closing the educational gap in Latin America Public-private alliances continue to gain influence in many socio-economic activities around the globe, including the educational system in Latin America and the Caribbean. But even as the region’s spending in education as a share of GDP has been growing and now approaches OECD averages, quality still remains subpar. Latin Trade interviewed Antonio Caparrós, manager of private social investment fund INICIA Educación, to learn how the region can improve. Latin Trade reports. Apollo and Vale in talks for Brazil venture Brazil’s Vale is considering spinning off its fertilizer assets into a joint venture controlled by Apollo Global Management if they succeed in a joint bid for Anglo American Plc’s fertilizer operations in Brazil, three […]

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