Latin America News Roundup March 4, 2013

News
Analysis: Spoonful of reforms helps Latin America capital flows go down
Reuters
“Currency appreciation pressures are a problem if they are too intense but it’s also an opportunity to jump start structural reforms in order to improve productivity, which is one of the Achilles’ heels of the region,” said IIF Chief Latin America  
AMC/Sundance Channel Secures ‘Rectify’ for Asia, Latin America, Europe
Hollywood Reporter
ITV Studios Global Entertainment has inked a deal with AMC/Sundance Channel Global for an exclusive first-window rollout in Asia, Latin America and select European territories, including France, Spain, Portugal and Benelux. Abigail Spencer, Clayne  

Hollywood Reporter
Violence Against Transgender Women In Latin America Thwarts HIV Efforts
Huffington Post
Transgender women in Latin America also face far more difficulties when it comes to accessing HIV prevention and care, as well as to medical services, due to transphobia, an unchecked form of discrimination, which makes these women targets for  
Will Colombia Become Latin America’s Poster Child for Peak Oil
OilPrice.com
The two most hotly debated scientific concepts associated with energy are “global warming” and “peak oil,” both with myriad proponents and detractors around the world. In the latter case however, what is indisputable is that the last several decades  
Televisa Networks to Bring Skyfall to Latin America
World Screen
Golden in Latin America has licensed Skyfall’s pay-TV window for the region. The network has also renewed its basic cable license for all 22 of the previously broadcast Bond titles. Skyfall is expected to make its debut for Televisa Networks’ viewers  
Paul Sapin strikes distribution deal with Seva Group in Latin America
MoodieReport
Commenting on behalf of Paul Sapin, BGI Founder Barry Geoghegan said: “We are delighted to be working with the Seva Group in Latin America. They have strong and long-standing relationships in this region and we are passionate about building a wine 

MoodieReport
Gordon Campbell on what John Key’s trip to Latin America
Scoop.co.nz
Let’s hope Prime Minister John Key looks and listens during this week’s overseas trip to Mexico, Colombia, Chile and Brazil. There’s so much he could learn. In Brazil, Key could benefit from seeing the steps this economic powerhouse is taking to  
America Movil And NQ Mobile™ Collaborate To Offer Mobile Subscribers 
Daily Markets (press release)
BEIJING and DALLAS, March 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — NQ Mobile (NQ), a leading global provider of mobile Internet services today announced that America Movil (NYSE:AMX), Latin America’sleading telecom group in terms of equity subscribers, will offer  
ECLAC – ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR LATIN AMERICA AND : Latin 
4-traders (press release)
At the meeting, authorities from Latin America and the Caribbean, as well as international experts, will use a regional perspective to review progress towards achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and the post-2015 development agenda,  
Blogs
NewsDaily: Analysis: Spoonful of reforms helps Latin America 
By Krista Hughes
Bumper capital inflows to Latin America are putting the spotlight on shock-proofing policies to help economies digest the rush of investment – and guard against the inevitable exit.
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Will Colombia Become Latin America’s Poster Child for Peak Oil 
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Will Colombia Become Latin America’s Poster Child for Peak Oil. Production. The two most hotly debated scientific concepts associated with energy are “global warming” and “peak oil,” both with myriad proponents and detractors around the 
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Why Cuba Has Fans In Latin America – Wall Street Journal
letters in The Wall Street Journal Cuba’s popularity in Latin America, Yoani Sánchez, Brazil, freedom, repression.
online.wsj.com/…/SB10001424127887324662404578330573…

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