Corruption in Brazil, indigenous rights, narco-nomics and energy in Canada

Jul 26th 2012, 20:52 by The Economist online

SEVEN years after the news first broke, Brazil's mensalăo scandal is at last going to trial. This week's issue of The Economist reports on its political, legal and cultural ramifications. It also includes stories on indigenous rights in Ecuador and Colombia, the economics of Mexican drug gangs and Chinese investment in Canada's energy industry.


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