Luis Carlos Sarmiento, Jr., MBA ’85, president and CEO of Colombia’s Grupo Aval S.A., mingles with MBA students in the Dyson Atrium of Sage Hall
Johnson’s dean and faculty greet Ricardo Martinelli, president of the Republic of Panama, during his visit to Cornell University
Lourdes Casanova, faculty director of the Emerging Markets Institute, is a member of the Global Agenda Council of the World Economic Forum on Latin America
Senior lecturer Lourdes Casanova speaks at the Global Forum on Latin America
Providing thought leadership on the role of emerging markets—and emerging market multinationals—in the global economy
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Brazil has 2 kinds of problems, and they're both bad
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The Emerging Markets Institute hosts event with VP of Brazil Michel Temer
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China question is the US question? US adding jobs, doing well 21% of US exports go to China but only 7% of imports http://t.co/5MRhAYHjeE
China shifting to service based consumer-driven economy There limits to what monetary policy can do MBA rally 2015. @EMICornell @CornellMBA
Left to right: Mario Garnero, President of Forum das Americas; H. E. Ambassador Antonio de Aguiar Patriota, Permanent Representative of Brazil to the U. S.; Dean Dutta; Lourdes Casanova; H. E. Michel Temer, Vice President of Brazil; Richard Coyle; Minister Lucia Maria Maiera, Deputy Consul-General of Brazil
Left to right: H. E. Ambassador Antonio de Aguiar Patriota, Permanent Representative of Brazil to the U. S.; Dean Dutta; H. E. Michel Temer, Vice President of Brazil; Richard Coyle; Minister Lucia Maria Maiera, Deputy Consul-General of Brazil; Lourdes Casanova
H. E. Michel Temer, Vice President of Brazil
Dean Soumitra Dutta
Left to right: Dean Dutta; Lourdes Casanova; H. E. Michel Temer, Vice President of Brazil; Richard Coyle
Left to right: Richard Coyle; Andrea Sherwood; Lourdes Casanova
The Emerging Markets Institute at the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University hosted a breakfast with His Excellency Michel Temer, Vice President of Brazil, on Monday, July 20th at the Cornell Club in New York City. Vice President Temer spoke about Brazil’s political and economic situation.
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