Gumshoes For The Global Economy
In southwestern Moscow, closed-circuit television monitors stand sentinel outside the headquarters of Gazprom, the world's biggest natural gas company. Half a world away in Sao Paulo, a Brazilian executive drives to an appointment in a Chevrolet Suburban four-by-four armored against bullets or blasts. Meanwhile, in Mexico City, an American trader receives a confidential background report on a potential Mexican business partner.
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