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ALABC's monthly newsletter, "Latam News," keeps members and supporters abreast of developments taking place in the Latin American markets. Locked articles can be read by paid ALABC members, including Individual, SME, Corporate and Patron.

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LATAM News - November 2012
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LATAM News is ALABC's monthly newsletter, exclusively for members. If you would like more information on membership please call 02 9357 4441

In this edition; Origin Energy's expansion plans for Chile; Centaurus Metals making good progress in Brazil; ALABC and COALAR meet with Foreign Minister; Galaxy Resources raises funds for Argentina; Latin America as a global leader in energy; ALABC stars at Premier of QLD Export Awards; Colombia - trading in a virtuous cycle; Flurry of airport expansions in Latin America; Hot Chili's new agreement with Codelco; Australia-Uruguay working visa agreement; EFIC offers support in Latin America; Brazil's growing African focus; Latin America's growing middle class and a number of dates for your diary. Sign-in to read

The Brazilian consulates in Boston, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles and San Francisco are accepting limited visa and legalization applications due to technical difficulties. The Brazilian consulates in New York and Washington, D.C. are also closed due to the effects of Hurricane Sandy. Read more

The November edition of the Chile Investment Review is now available. Read more

Australia’s export credit agency provides record number of export facilities amid continued volatility in financial markets
Australia’s export credit agency, Export Finance and Insurance Corporation (EFIC) has posted strong results amid ongoing volatility in financial markets, providing a record number of facilities in 2011-12, according to its Annual Report released on 26 October 2012. Read more

LATAM News: October 2012
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In this issue: Winners of the 2012 Latin America Awards; Petrel Energy Moves into Uruguay; Macquarie Secures Latin America Mandate; Colombia Unveils Tax Reforms; 2012 Brisbane Annual Dinner; CQMS Razor Becomes ALABC Corporate Sponsor; Panama's Growing Appeal; Focus: Mexico's Agricultural Potential; Rio Bets in Becoming 'Silicon Beach'; Latin America's Appetite for Global Securities; Mexican Market Shines; Double-Digit Growth Forecast for Latin America; Chile's Plan to Boost Local Debt Market and a number of dates for the diary.
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University of Sydney graduates will be better placed to lead major infrastructure projects around the world thanks to a record $20 million donation.

The personal gift from John Grill, one of Australia's leading business executives and a University of Sydney alumnus, is the largest single gift ever given by a living Australian to an Australian university.

Read the entire story here. Read more

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Peru is well placed for attracting serious investment into the mining sector, both geographically and politically. Among the fastest-growing economies in the world, the country has higher GDP than any of its Latin American neighbours – nearly 30% higher than Chile despite the fact that its mineral resources are seriously underexploited compared to this Latin American mining giant. Read more

Document Legalisation Rules Eased for Immigration Applicants
Employers and their foreign workers will now benefit from simplified procedures for the legalisation of documents that support visa and work authorization applications. Read more

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