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  1. November 28, 2013

    Peru’s middle class prospers from investment-driven growth

    ...health services. “The driver of our growth is, in large part, sustained by the new middle-class,” says Carolina Trivelli at the Institute of Peruvian Studies, a think-tank. In depth Emerging markets in retreat Emerging markets are taking a battering... By Andres Schipani in Lima

  2. January 17, 2007

    Nicaragua promises to ease the plight of the poor

    ...expressed concern. In a recent interview with the FT, Paul Trivelli, its ambassador to Managua, said the promises Mr Ortega made...domestic, international and re-gional investors," said Mr Trivelli shortly before the November election. Yet many Nicaraguans... By By Adam Thomson in Managua

  3. January 16, 2007

    Nicaragua promises to ease plight of poor

    ...expressed concern. In a recent interview with the FT, Paul Trivelli, its ambassador to Managua, said the promises Mr Ortega made...domestic, international and re gional investors,” said Mr Trivelli shortly before the November election. Yet many Nicaraguans... By Adam Thomson in Managua

  1. January 11, 2007

    Ortega back in office in Nicaragua

    ...foreign policy towards Nicaragua has centred on trying to keep Mr Ortega out of office. During last year’s campaign, Paul Trivelli, US ambassador to Managua, repeatedly warned Nicaraguans against voting for the leader of the Sandinista party. In an interview... By Adam Thomson in Managua

  2. January 8, 2007

    Venezuela aid package to cementties with Ortega's Nicaragua

    ...would happen [in the event of an Ortega victory] would be the introduction of a Chávez model here on the Isthmus," Paul Trivelli, US ambassador, told the FT before November's poll. Mr Gómez said much of the aid would come in the form of energy... By Adam Thomson in Managua

  3. January 7, 2007

    Venezuela aid cements ties with Nicaragua

    ...would happen [in the event of an Ortega victory] would be the introduction of a Chávez model here on the Isthmus,” Paul Trivelli, US ambassador, told the FT before November’s poll. Mr Gómez said much of the aid would come in the form of energy... By Adam Thomson in Managua

  4. January 7, 2007

    Venezuela aid to cement Ortega ties

    ...would happen [in the event of an Ortega victory] would be the introduction of a Chávez model here on the Isthmus,” Paul Trivelli, US ambassador in Managua, told the FT. Mr Gómez said that much of the aid would come in the form of energy. Nicaragua... By Adam Thomson in Managua

  5. November 7, 2006

    Ortega's return to power a blow to US policy

    ...this year's election campaign, Paul Trivelli, the US ambassador in Managua, has...a Sandinista government. Recently Mr Trivelli also warned of Mr Ortega's growing friendship...interview with the Financial Times, Mr Trivelli even warned that an Ortega-led government... By Adam Thomson in Managua

  6. November 6, 2006

    Ortega’s likely return seen as blow to US policy

    ...this year’s election campaign, Paul Trivelli, the US ambassador in Managua, has...a Sandinista government. Recently Mr Trivelli also warned of Mr Ortega’s growing friendship...interview with the Financial Times, Mr Trivelli even warned that an Ortega-led government... By Adam Thomson in Managua

  7. September 15, 2006

    Ortega's populism battles against long memories

    ...would happen [in the event of an Ortega victory] would be the introduction of a Chávez model here on the isthmus," Paul Trivelli, the US ambassador to Managua, told the FT. Walking around central Managua it is easy to see how much Mr Chávez's populist... By Adam Thomson in Managua

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