Latin America News Roundup March 3, 2013

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In Latin America, The Quiet Rise Of The High-Skilled Immigrant
Worldcrunch
This shift is a reflection of the fact that Latin America is starting to reap the benefits of education. Unlike the United States and Europe, educational attainment in Latin America has been increasing. That opens opportunities for Latin American 

 


Worldcrunch
ETF Pop Quiz: Livestock, Latin America, and Long-Short
ETF Database
After another week in the global market, the ETFdb pop quiz returns with another round of questions about Livestock, Latin America, and Long-Short. As always, all answers can be found using the suite of free tools at ETFdb.com, including the ETFdb 

 


ETF Database
Par, UIP Add to ‘Tad’ Treasure in Latin America
Variety
Aided by the studio muscle of Hollywood distribs Paramount Pictures International and UIP, “Tad” itself is unearthing gold in Latin America. Fast becoming one of Europe’s biggest toon hits of the past few years, “Tad’s” B.O. trove underscores the 

 

Capitalism a savage way for Latin America’s poor
The Catholic Register
Like many in Europe and Latin America, Barreto uses the word “neoliberal” to describe unbridled capitalism driven by an ideology of markets. But he has a simple Spanish word to sum up the economics he sees in Peru — “salvaje,” or savage in English.

 


The Catholic Register

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