Daily News August 26, 2016

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff’s impeachment process begins Brazil’s Senate began the impeachment trial of President Dilma Rousseff on Thursday and could permanently oust her as soon as next week. It’s the latest crisis in a traumatic year in which the country has faced a Zika epidemic, a recession and controversies over the Olympic Games. Political insiders, the media and even many of her supporters predict that Rousseff will be removed from office when the Senate casts its final vote, expected August 30 or 31. Source: The Washington Post Latin American corporates face weak prospects in face of slow growth: Fitch Latin American corporates face a challenging remainder of 2016 due to a range of issues including sluggish growth, depressed commodity […]

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