This week, the Venezuelan leader of the opposition, Juan Guaido, gave an interview regarding the continuation of the US’ bipartisan support of the Venezuelan opposition by the newly-elected US President, Joe Biden, and his administration. However, Venezuela can suffer the same fate as Syria, except the trajectory will differ.
The Brazil economy doesn’t have the raw force to drive it forward. The Federative Republic GDP per capita is today back where it was in 2010; this means the people of Brazil have lost the entire last decade. Worse yet, during the 80’s they had another “lost decade.” The current lost decade is the second time this has happened in the last 40 years. Over the last forty years, Brazil had over 20 years of zero GDP growth per capita.
Hundreds of irate protesters on Saturday stormed the Guatemalan Congress and set on fire several offices until they were evicted by security forces and fire brigades who quickly put out the fire. For about 10 minutes, amid the chaos, the protesters managed to set fire to a part of Congress and also destroy everything they found around them.
The scenes of Brazilian supermarket security guards who beat up a black customer to death in the parking lot sparked protests by thousands of Brazilians on the streets of several cities in the country. More sadly, the occurrence took place during the ‘Day of Black Conscience’ which was celebrated on Friday.
During a large demonstration in the Guatemalan capital, protesters set fire to the parliament building and threw stones at police. Protesters have called for the resignation of President Alejandro Giamatti. Many Guatemalans are protesting the swift adoption of the country’s 2021 budget.
Late last month, sports equipment company Under Armour announced it was cutting ties with some 2,000 retailers over the next two years. In doing so, Under Armour would focus on building up its direct-to-consumer business. Promo Marketing reported a more than 50% growth in Under Armour’s e-commerce business during the third quarter, with a 17% increase in direct-to-consumer sales.
A group of researchers from the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) discovered human-to-human transmission of a foreign virus in Bolivia that can cause hemorrhagic fevers, and is similar to Ebola. This raises potential concerns of additional outbreaks in the future.
Since inauguration, US President Donald Trump has been focusing on domestic issues and the trade war with China. As a result, the pendulum of establishing pro-American regimes in the countries of the Latin American region has swung in the opposite direction of the US dominance.
After being left without a president twice in a week, Peru’s Congress on Monday elected Francisco Sagasti, 76, as the new interim president of the country. The urgent vote served to avoid the power vacuum after the resignation this Sunday of the previous interim president.
Peru’s President, Manuel Merino, has resigned after barely a week in office. His resignation follows unrest in the country against his administration, with a majority of Peruvians being in support of his predecessor, Martin Vizcarra. The demonstrations resulted in the death of two Peruvians, with scores injured.
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Peru was a scene of violent protests on Tuesday as thousands took to the streets in opposition to the removal from office of President Martin Vizcarra, and the subsequent take over by Manuel Merino. The Police used tear gas and water jets in the center of the nation’s capital, Lima, to disperse the irate protesters.
The Peruvian Congress on Monday impeached the country’s President, Martín Vizcarra, on accusations of “moral incapacity.” It was the second impeachment attempt in less than two months against the outgoing president. The impeachment motion was overwhelmingly voted for, having managed 105 votes in its favor.
Brazilian health authority Anvisas suddenly suspended clinical trials on a new Chinese-made coronavirus vaccine on Monday, citing “serious adverse reactions.” After the agency issued relevant notices on its official website, all parties involved in the vaccine clinical trial expressed surprise.
Congratulations began pouring in from around the world in earnest after it emerged on Saturday that Democratic candidate Joe Biden had taken an insurmountable lead over President Donald Trump in the near-complete tally of Tuesday’s elections. Notably, however, some top world leaders have up to now remained silent.
The election of the new president of the United States, Joe Biden, was welcomed by most of the leaders of the main countries of Latin America Saturday and Sunday With the exception of the presidents of Brazil and Mexico. Head of State of the largest Latin nation, Jair Bolsonaro has yet to speak out officially about Joe Biden’s victory.
Necessity is often the mother of investment. The Great Lockdown, itself made necessary by the coronavirus pandemic, has caused the disruption of many sectors of the economy, a tidal wave of business closings, and even the collapse of entire industries. However, as is often the case in economic downturns, it’s not all bad news.
The European agricultural world is in crisis, but not all players have been equally affected by events. Certain industry champions are standing up, ensuring the continent’s agricultural resilience and contributing to its present and future food security.
Although consumers might not realise it, the European agriculture sector has faced a torrent of strife and regrettable circumstances in the years since the 2008 recession. Following the sting on exports of Russia’s 2014 agricultural import ban, 2015 saw the dairy industry further thrown into disarray by deregulation, with long-standing quotas and minimum pricing being jettisoned by the European Commission in favour of liberalisation of the market.
On Wednesday, the U.S. Census Bureau released a preliminary report on data pertaining to wholesale inventory for the month of September. Wholesale inventory in the United States was shown to have decreased by 0.1% in September. This is compared to a 0.3% increase in August, which itself was revised from 0.4%.
According to Reuters, a Fars Air Qeshm plane, belonging to Mahan Iran, landed in Venezuela on Tuesday. The airline had started operating to transport cargo and personnel on the orders of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC). The United States and Iran have not commented on the matter.
Luis Arce, presidential candidate of the former Bolivian President Evo Morales’ Movement for Socialism (MAS) party, has claimed an outright win in the first round of Sunday’s presidential elections. A poll by the Tu Voto Cuenta initiative, broadcast by the Cadena A television channel, gives Arce 53% of the votes.
Bolivia’s fresh general election to elect President, Vice President, Senators and Deputies for the 2021/25 period is scheduled for this Sunday and for once, in several decades of the country’s political history, a key political player in the country’s political scene, former head of state, Evo Morales won’t be a direct participant as he is exiled in Argentina after leaving office in November last year.
Earlier this week, Reuters reported that Japanese wholesale prices fell by 0.8% in September, marking the seventh consecutive month of year-on-year declines. Prices also declined by 0.2% as compared to August, the first on-month decline in Japan in four months. Their data was courtesy of the Bank of Japan (BOJ).
Former Bolivian President Jorge Quiroga withdrew his presidential candidacy Sunday for the country’s general elections, set to be held within a week. Through a message posted on social media networks, Facebook and Twitter, Quiroga stated that it had dawned upon him that he had no chance whatsoever of winning.
India’s GDP has just dropped by a whopping 24% in the last quarter, one of the biggest drops globally. The core reason for this significant decline was that India had one of the strictest COVID 19 economic lockdowns in the world.
This greatly and negatively affected the livelihoods of millions of Indians. So what can Indians do to repair their economy and increase lost incomes for their millions of citizens? A study has shown almost all countries need to grow and establish new Global Value Chains (GVC). Almost nothing has been proven better to raise incomes and reduce poverty, while requiring very little government involvement or costs.
Many industries and sectors across the global economy have greatly suffered as a result of the coronavirus pandemic and the associated recession caused by the Great Lockdown. Demand for some goods and services has simply collapsed, while in other areas, the means of distributing them to retailers or consumers has been severed or greatly disrupted.
Indonesia is the largest economy in Southeast Asia, both in terms of population (267 million people) and economic size with a GDP of $1.12 Trillion.
Can this archipelago’s future economic growth match demographic youthful transition for the next few years with an average age of their citizens at 30.5 years? Studies have shown and Indonesia needs to expand their global value chain, as it has been proven to raise incomes and reduce poverty.
A British appeals court on Monday overturned an earlier lower court ruling, which had granted Venezuela’s self-declared President, Juan Guaidó, access to the more than 30 tons of Venezuelan gold that are deposited in the Bank of England. The ruling thus presents a new twist in the conflict.
The coronavirus pandemic, and the associated Great Lockdown designed to contain it, have wreaked havoc on the global economy throughout 2020. The global wholesale market is no exception. Forecasters believe this typically robust market will experience an industry-wide decline over the course of the year.
The European Union has come under heavy criticism from the European People’s Party (EPP) after organizing a diplomatic mission to Venezuela. The move, according to the party leaders, is inappropriate and sends a message to Nicolas Maduro’s regime that he is the recognized leader of the nation.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has accused the United States of spreading insecurity around the world as it seeks to impose its will upon smaller nations that have resisted its policies. He said that the world is less peaceful now because of the aggression projected by the United States.
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The Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro announced on September 25, his new order to create a Military Science Council to work on the country’s own weapons system. The announcement was commemorated to the 15th anniversary of the operational strategic command of the armed forces of the Republic.
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Buyers are of course offered accounts for free. It’s a great way to browse products and find connections to new providers you may not have had dealings with before, all at your fingertips. The wholesaler side of the business is a bit darker though.
The European Union foreign ministers on Monday unanimously agreed not to recognize the democratic legitimacy of the Belarusian president, Alexandr Lukashenko, following the country’s recent controversial elections. The said ministers, However, failed to adopt sanctions against the regime after Cyprus vetoed.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has asked Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro to leave office in order to liberate his nation from the devastating sanctions imposed by the US. The US official said this while visiting Guyana. According to Pompeo, Maduro was preventing economic progress in his nation by holding on to power.
Bolivia’s interim president, Jeanine Áñez, announced on Thursday Sept. 17 her withdrawal from the presidential race, in what analysts see as an attempt to prevent the possible victory of candidate Luis Arce, supported by country’s former president, Evo Morales, citing the risk that if the vote is divided among several candidates.
News outlets aligned to the ruling Socialist Party in Venezuela have revealed more details about the US spy captured near the Amuay and Cardon oil refineries a few days ago. The initial statement indicated that the man was found with a substantial amount of money in dollars as well as specialized equipment.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has announced that a US spy has been caught spying close to the Amuay and Cardon refineries. According to his statement, the man is linked to the CIA. He was reportedly found with a sizeable amount of money as well as specialized weapons. No further details have been revealed except that he is in detention.
At least 10 people have been killed and over 400 others injured following protests in several cities in Colombia. Thousands of people are said to have filled the streets to protest the death of a man in police custody on Tuesday night. A video that went viral showed a man pinned down as police shot him repeatedly using a stun gun.
At least ten people died in Colombia Wednesday in clashes that ensued following the death of a man as a result of police violence. The authorities had initially reported seven, and later ten dead. Amongst the dead include seven young people, aged between 17 to 27 in Bogotá, and three more in Soacha, a city near the capital.
We are seeing a massive migration to the internet for our business needs. This has been one of the largest business migrations the world has ever seen, but many small manufacturing companies have not even updated their websites in years, not to mention expanded and leveraged a more efficient online capability.
Is it now time for small manufacturing to enter the world markets?
The internet and business landscape are changing at rates not seen before. With this incredible change occurring right in front of us, why hasn’t the online wholesale industry adapted and become more efficient? Instead, there seems to be very little change and increased efficiency over many years.
For example: We believe each wholesale company today should have their own global storefront.
Is the global free markets wholesale business the most inefficient market in the world?
With the exposition of the internet and online retail business, has the wholesale market kept up with its peers?
Not only has the wholesale market not kept up, but the industry’s failure to keep pace with Amazon is a key reason why Amazon has been so successful and the wholesale industry has done very poorly. Amazon reached out to the Chinese wholesale industry directly with many seminars in China, and Amazon even started their own shipping business to move goods from China to the US and then directly into their prime marketplace.
As a wholesaler, you can increase sales and global awareness if you know how to find the right platform.
There are three basic ways to sell your product:
- Sell directly to customers via your website.
- Sell to retail stores, which then sell to customers.
- Post at a wholesale distributor, which sells to retail stores.
In our small business we are involved with all three, but I would like to introduce you to wholesaling online, a newer global concept.