Daily News May 9, 2016

Latin America’s Security Strategies Crime continues to be a burden on many Latin American countries. Some governments in the region have implemented zero-tolerance laws aiming to improve their situation, but that strategy doesn’t always work. There are however, many improvements and some exceptional examples in the region, such as Chile, Costa Rica and Cuba, where policies have effectively diminished crime statistics. This is Latin Trade’s Security Strategies Index, showcasing the newest (as of May 2016) and most important strategies the governments in the region are using to tackle crime. Latin Trade reports. Photo: Presidencia de la República Mexicana/Flickr Halliburton joins Schlumberger in cutting Venezuela activity Halliburton Co. has joined rival Schlumberger Ltd. in curbing activity in Venezuela due to lack […]

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