Welcome to the post-New World Order

Veni, vidi, vici. (“I came, I saw, I conquered”) Julius Caesar, 26 BC. Donald Trump, 2017. However, the new U.S. president confronts a landscape far more daunting and turbulent than the Roman emperor and his legions faced two millennia ago –namely one which is supplanting a decades-old, idealism-based global governance that originally arose from the ashes of the Second World War. Continue reading the exclusive column by Florida International University professor Jerry Haar and Chartered Financial Analyst Altug Ulkumen at Latin Trade. Brazil’s JBS weighs suspending U.S. public offering Brazil’s JBS, the world’s biggest meatpacking company, will decide in coming days whether to suspend listing its overseas operations after a corruption scandal, according to newspaper Folha de S.Paulo. Folha also […]

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