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July 24, 2017
This week we look at a cyber attack against a financial institution in India…new measures in the German state of Bavaria to reduce air pollution….The arrest of the Turkish director of amnesty international on suspected terrorist connections…and a sanitary alert issued in Chile due to more than 27,000 eggs entering the country from Bolivia, a country known to have animal diseases.
July 17, 2017
This week we look a civil unrest in Indonesia resulting from the President calling to disband all groups that oppose the government’s ideology….environmental protests in Brazil….A report on the sharp rise in stolen vehicles in Mexico this year…and several cyber-attacks that are disrupting business in the United States and South America.
July 10, 2017
This week, we look at violent clashes in Venezuela between supporters of President Maduro and those who oppose him….tensions rising over Brexit negotiations…a study that highlights the biggest obstacles to doing business in Mexico….and the French government setting a deadline by which it will end the sale of fossil-fuel-powered vehicles.
This week, we look at the possible collapse of the Argentinian government….new ransomware that could have even more impact than Wannacry…the impact a travel ban implemented in the United States will have on international travel…and gas imports expected to reach 75 percent in Mexico after a fire destroyed a major production facility.
This week we look at a bribery scandal in Brazil involving the country’s president….new Cuban travel and trade regulations proposed by U.S. President Donald Trump….the impact the Wannacry malware had recently at the Honda Motor Company….and the planned relocation of a Japanese fish market to allow for the redevelopment of the current property for the Olympics.
This week we look at two threats issued by the Islamic State that could have widespread impact….New ransomware that is targeting MAC computers….labor issues in the Dominican Republic….continued concern about the Philippine President’s health….and concern internationally about China’s effort to censure news and entertainment outlets.
This week we look at a curfew imposed in India…more than 250 million computers worldwide infected with malware…South Korea suspending the deployment of the THAAD missile defense system…and a new deal reached between the United States and Mexico over sugar trade.
This week we will look at the upcoming hurricane season, predicted to be more intense than average…several cyber security developments including new regulations in China….a labor strike in India that could affect international markets…and a lot more.
This week we will look at the escalating violence in Brazil resulting from labor and social security reforms promoted by the country’s president….the effect the declaration of martial law in the Philippines will have on that country…the increase of cyber phishing attacks worldwide….and the impact a global shortage of penicillin will have on the international economy.
This week, we look at the failed impeachment of Philippines President Duterte …Review U.S. President Trump’s statement about the effect his immigration policy will have an agriculture…follow up on cyber-attack news in the aftermath of the WannaCry ransomware attack…and alert you about a labor strike in Spain that will begin this week.