Romero was born and raised in New Mexico and graduated from West Las Vegas High School in San Miguel County, N.M. Romero joined the Times as a contract writer in March 1999, covering economic issues from São Paulo, Brazil. He subsequently covered telecommunications for the Times from New York from 2000 to 2003 and was a national financial correspondent based in Houston, Texas, from 2003 to 2006, foc): Carla Crippa is Sustainability Director at AmBev. She has large experience on the market and works on the privet sector for almost 20 years. She leads AmBev’s social and enviromental programs for water, residue, climate, smart drinking and development of communities, suppliers and clients. Carla idealized and co-created AMA, AmBev’s mineral water that gives 100% of its profits to clean water access projects in the Brazilian semiarid region and the first social business of a large company in Brazil. using on the international energy industry. In August 2006, Romero was named the Times bureau chief in Caracas, moving the Andean bureau there from Bogota, Colombia. Prior to joining the Times, Romero worked in Brazil for Bloomberg News, having launched the company's news bureaus in Brasilia and Rio de Janeiro. He is also a former senior correspondent based in Rio de Janeiro for the pan-regional business magazine America Economia.
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