Business, Government and the International Economy
The travails of Brazil’s largest companies are an alarm bell, if any were needed, of the limitations of a Chinese-style model of the state picking corporate winners.
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This article summarizes the rise and fall of Brazil's richest man, Eike Batista, and the current scandal sorrounding the bankruptcy of one of his flagship companies, OGX.
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