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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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Mexico's Coca-Cola FEMSA said it has finalized the acquisition of a 51 percent stake in Coca-Cola Bottlers Philippines from The Coca-Cola Company for $688.5 million. Read more

SKM awarded key project in Antamina
Leading engineering and project delivery firm, Sinclair Knight Merz (SKM) has been awarded the pre-feasibility study of Minera Antamina’s Production Optimization Program (POP) in Peru. Read more

Brazil: Dependents of Foreign Workers Under Local Contract Now Eligible for Work Authorisation
Effective immediately, dependents of foreign workers under local contract in Brazil will be eligible to apply for work authorization. The employment visa under local contract is currently the only work authorization category under which dependents can apply for work authorization. Read more

 MICROMINE signs another Academic Agreement in South America
PERTH, AUSTRALIA and BELO HORIZONTE, BRAZIL – 8 January 2013: MICROMINE, the leading provider of intuitive software solutions to the mining and exploration industry, has signed an Academic Agreement with The Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology Minas Gerais (IFMG). Read more

LATAM News - December 2012
LATAM News is ALABC's monthly newsletter available exclusively to ALABC members. If you would like further information on membership please visit http://www.alabc.com.au/Join or contact marketing@alabc.com.au.

In this issue: Christmas message from Minister Emerson; Ansell buys in Brazil; Brazil's Natura buys control of Aesop; Chinese lessons for Latin America; Opportunities in Argentina's agricultural sector; Colombia's rise as regional oil giant; Chile given AA-rating; Brazil seeks investors for next round of airports; Pena Nieto sets reform agenda; Peru's tourism on the rise; Colombia passes tax reforms; China's ICBC to open branch in Brazil; Uruguay's state of the art diary project; Farmland prices in Brazil quadruple; Political uncertainty in Venezuela; Mining investment in 'Legal Amazon' to rise; Peru's infrastructure gap and a number of dates for the diary. Sign-in to read

The tender is to build and operate a Convention Center and Trade Fairground. The contractor will receive the use of the property and architectural project, a financial contribution from the State for the construction of the center of up to USD 23,150,000 and the right to operate all of the services that the Center can provide. Read more

Priority Processing and Eased Visa Requirements To Be Introduced for World Cup and Olympics Workers
Foreign nationals will have to demonstrate their connection with the preparation and planning of the World Cup and/or Olympics. Proof of education and professional experience will not be required, and applications will be processed in five days. Read more

LATAM News - November 2012
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

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