Daily News May 20, 2016

Goldfajn’s vision: An interview with Brazil’s new central bank chief Ilan Goldfajn (above, third from left), the current chief economist at Itaú BBA, Brazil’s largest investment bank, will likely take office as President of the Brazilian central bank, pending approval by the Senate. Shortly before he was nominated for his new post by finance minister Henrique Meirelles, the 50 year-old Haifa-born Ilan Goldfajn spoke to Latin Trade about the prospects for growth, falling interest rates and political consensus for reforms. Latin Trade reports. Photo: Agência Brasil Fotografias/Flickr SSA to become “king” of Mexican car shipments by sea SSA, a subsidiary of logistics giant Carrix, already controls 42.7 percent of the automobile transport market to and from Mexican ports. But by […]

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