by Peter Keusgen
I’m sitting in a café in an upscale part of Sao Paulo, Brazil, a short walk from the Renaissance Hotel, watching the news come in about the impeachment of Brazil’s president Dilma Rousseff.
And I believe the reason I’m in this café is the same as the reason for Rousseff being impeached: a totally backwards, bureaucratic, inefficient government and financial sector.
Let me elaborate.
This is my first time to Brazil; Simon Black sent me here earlier this week to conduct deeper due diligence on a private company that we are considering investing in.