October 23, 2014

International News Roundup

Economic ripples from Venezuela to Florida

A currency crackdown, surging inflation and government interference in pricing in Venezuela are likely to spill over into Florida’s economy. Exports from Florida to Venezuela are also expected to drop.

Other international businesses mentioned in this roundup:

Provicapital Partners, Burger King Worldwide, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, Krausz Industries, Brink's Regional Services, Copa Airlines, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Skyscanner, Vioearth, Aviation Partners Group, Chromalloy, JGB Bank, Baco do Brasil Americas and MSC Cruises USA.

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