Brazilian construction company Odebrecht has never met a tyrant it didn't want to do business with.
In June, we posted about Odebrecht's partnership with the Castro regime's military and Venezuela's Hugo Chavez -- particularly insensitive ventures considering it is also the largest contractor of Miami-Dade County (home to the victims of these dictatorships).
Fortunately, such unscrupulous behavior never pays in the long-run.
Today, news reports indicate that Libya's Transition National Council have given Brazilian diplomats the cold-shoulder due to their support of -- and the extensive business dealings of Odebrecht and Petrobras with -- the Gaddafi regime.
Kudos to Libya's courageous freedom fighters.
Will the free people of Miami-Dade County and their local representatives finally do the same?
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