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Qatar | Wealthy state with a big presence
The bay at the heart of Doha, Qatar’s capital, is a striking sight after dark. Across the water from the blocks and curves of the a rapidly multiplying skyscrapers downtown, the softly lit Islamic art museum sits next to a huge sports stadium, long boat docks for arriving spectators trailing elegantly from its sides.
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BP Statistical Review of World Energy
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An Investment Grade Future for Rio
Jan 19th, 6:00 PM
Berwin Leighton Paisner
Adelaide House
London Bridge
London, EC4R 9HA

The Secretary of Finance of Rio de Janeiro, Ms. Eduarda La Rocque, will show the investment opportunities in Rio and how the City is preparing itself for the years to come.

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Latin America beckons, India’s trade may reach $50 billion by 2014
Latin America beckons, India's trade may reach $50 billion by 2014
India’s trade with Latin America could go up to $50 billion by 2014 on the back of projected high economic growth in both the regions, said a senior government official.

“The region (Latin America) is going to be a regular source of imports of crude oil, edible oil, minerals, timber and other products which India needs to sustain its high growth. Agribusiness, food processing, energy and mining are the growth areas of Latin America and the Indian companies should target them for trade and investment,” said R. Viswanathan, India’s ambassador to Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay.

At present, the Latin American region accounts for 4 per cent of India’s trade. Two-way trade between India and Latin America was recorded $23 billion in 2010. It included $9 billion of India’s exports to Latin America and imports of $14 billion.

(EMA of London was represented at the India-LatAm Business Forum)
Brazil overtakes UK as sixth-largest economy
Brazil overtakes UK as sixth-largest economy
UK relegated to seventh place in world league of leading economies in 2011, according to team of economists.

Brazil has overtaken the UK to become the world’s sixth-largest economy, according to a team of economists. The banking crash of 2008 and the subsequent recession has relegated the UK to seventh place in 2011, behind South America’s largest economy, which has boomed on the back of exports to China and the far east.

Russia and India are expected to benefit from a surge in growth over the next 10 years and push the UK into eighth place. Like most economies, India is struggling with high inflation and slowing growth, but its highly educated workforce and skills in growth areas from IT and services to engineering will push the economy into fifth place. After a decade of selling oil and gas to Europe and other parts of Asia, Russia will be at number four.

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