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In India, people ask you about China, and, in China, people ask you about India: Which country will become the more dominant economic power in the 21st century? I now have the answer: Mexico.

Student project offers new hope for residents of Ciudad Bolivar
After winning an international design prize and a special grant from Macquarie University, Sydney, two Colombian students are embarking on a bold new project to transform the communities of Ciudad Boliviar, Bogota.

LATAM News - February 2013
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In this edition: Macquarie eyes investment in Mexican water; Brazil-Australia Dialogue 2013; Inaugural Latin America Investors Forum; Distinguished Speaker Lunch in Melbourne; Australia on the front foot in Colombia; AusAID 2013-14 Australia Awards Scholarships; Snapshot on mining juniors in Latin America; Plenty of M&A activity in Latin America; Vale increases stake in Belvedere project; Uruguay's wind farm ambitions; Feature: Mexico - the new China; Brazil looks for more investors at lower cost; Mining investment in Argentina grows; Feature: Search for regional integration; Analysis: LatAm's advances and challenges; Correa wins another 4-year term in Ecuador; Another nationalisation in Bolivia and a number of dates for your diary

On behalf of Trade and Investment Queensland, you are invited you to attend a webinar on the double taxation agreement (DTA) between Australia and Chile endorsed by the Chilean Congress on 16 January 2013.

Australia Latin America Leadership Program (ALALP) - Revised Closing Date Monday 18 March 2013
The Australia Latin America Leadership Program (ALALP), an important and unique event, is scheduled to be staged in Australia from 3 to 14 October 2013.
This second ALALP is an exciting leadership development initiative for high calibre mid-career managers and officials drawn from business, government, trade unions, education, the arts, and community organisations.

Being the middle-man could pay off for Australian tourism. Sitting between South America and Asia could finally place Australia in a position to serve as a stopover destination to anywhere in the world apart from Antarctica, according to Tourism Australia managing director Andrew McEvoy.

According to the January 2013 statement from the trade group, known as AMIA (Mexican Association of Automotive Industry), the production, sell and export of light vehicles and trucks produced in Mexico had a remarkable increase during the first month of 2013 reaching 242,855 units an increase of 19.8% over January 2012.

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In Mexico, manufactured goods are the country’s chief export, with private investment in this sector among the highest in the world.

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