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Haiti in Club Med Revival: Destination Haiti

Haiti in Club Med Revival: Destination Haiti

Lucio Garcia-Mansilla had long heard about the former Club Med property tucked along the Haitian Riviera, 123 acres lined with lush vegetation and a mile-long expanse of white sand.
But it wasn’t until decades later — when Haiti’s investment climate began to welcome international brands — that the Argentine founder of Colombia-based Decameron Hotels & Resorts would get there.

Read Jacqueline Charles’ article here:
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New Congress in Venezuela Anticipates Tension

Venezuela

Well, yeah, what did you expect?

In what’s likely a sign of things to come, the inaugural session of Venezuela’s National Assembly on Tuesday devolved into shouting, shoving and recrimination as the opposition took control of the body for the first time in 17 years.

The ruling-party delegation, long accustomed to holding sway in the legislature, stormed out of congress as they accused their rivals of violating internal regulations.

But beyond the posturing and brinkmanship, the opposition bloc laid out the guidelines of what they said would be their program to rescue the country.

Read Jim Wyss’ Miami Herald article here:
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New Challengers to China’s Low-Wage, High-Growth Model

What goes up, must come down.  By all measurements, at least two of the BRIC countries – Brazil and China — have come off the boil.  Now the Private global intelligence firm Stratford has come up with a post-China 16 list of countries that could follow China’s low-wage, high-growth strategy to emerging status.  The MIST countries – Mexico, Indonesia, South Korea, and Turkey – are a cut above that, but they are fast closers.  But to be sure, neither China nor Brazil are going to disappear, they’ve just come back to earth.

Read Mimi Whitefield’s Miami Herald article here:

http://hrld.us/19Nxbek

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New Challengers to China’s Low-Wage, High-Growth Model