Tag: usa

27 Jun

The Reason Foundation’s Daniel Raisbeck Tells Me What Peru’s Election Says About Economic Liberty In Latin America

What can observers take from events in Peru? And what takeaways are relevant for economic and civil liberty more broadly in the Americas? Daniel Raisbeck shares some prescient...

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12 Mar

Work From Home Programs Deserve A New Look In Light Of Coronavirus Pandemic

Smart enterprises have already deployed telework and work-from-home strategies. With the coronavirus pandemic and travel bans, now is the time for less proactive companies to catch up...and fast! Some...

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04 Nov

Tecnoglass CFO Santiago Giraldo Talks With Me About The Company’s New $300 Million USD Credit Facility + Land Deal For New Factory

Tecnoglass (NASDAQ: TGLS), the Barranquilla based manufacturer of architectural glass and aluminum products just closed on a $300 million USD credit facility from a syndicate of banks. The new...

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21 May

Podmoskovye: How Russia’s richest region was bankrupted

Read the gripping account written by former Forbes Russia Author Anna Sokolova about how the region surrounding Moscow was systematically looted and devastated.

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27 Jan

Updated Industry Research Calendar Released: 2020-2021

Research analyst & publisher Loren Moss has released his calendar on upcoming public research through 2020 & 2021.

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09 Jan

The Donald & The Ayatollahs — My Analysis of The Current US-Iran Conflict & its Ramifications

Donald Trump just blew up Iran’s General Qasem Soleimani. “And then what happens?” Who wins and who loses? Here's my analysis at this point in time.

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06 Jan

Research Report: Comparison of Investment Incentives, Mexico, Colombia, US Southern States

This is a report my team and I were commissioned to research and present comparing the corporate benefits and investment incentives offered by governments through their IPAs

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04 Jan

Hernando De Soto’s “The Mystery of Capital” Answers Why Markets Seem to Work in Some Places But Not Others

Much of Latin America is essentially where we were 120 or so years ago according to his research. Mr. DeSoto's point is that there is nothing wrong with Capitalism,...

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05 Dec

The Year Ahead In BPO, Shared Services & Global Delivery – 2017

2016 was a year marked by significant change and uncertainty across the spectrum of business process outsourcing, from software development to call centers. Political, technological, and human factors have...

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05 Jan

Mexico’s Innovative Hybrid Virtual Captive Business Model

This is a paper I wrote in 2014 for research firm Nearshore Americas discussing Mexico's innovative "Hybrid Virtual Captive" business model, instituted to attract Asian outsourcing firms to set...

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