EXCLUSIVE: What are the central elements of state in Latin America?

Globalization was a phenomenon comparable to a tsunami. The internationalization of the economy meant that protectionism no longer had a chance against technological developments and global innovation. Developed countries have opened up new markets, and Asia’s response through China and Korea has been a determining factor in the exponential evolution of internationalization. And after the first wave, as in a tsunami, comes a rebound. Read the full column by Ingo Ploger, President of the Strategical Council, CEAL, at Latin Trade.   Boeing-Embraer deal likely as defense fears soothed, Brazil says   The Brazilian government is “optimistic” about a deal between Boeing and Embraer and initial concerns about the potential military impact have been overcome, the country’s defense chief said. Defense […]

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