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The Brazilian city of Porto Feliz, around an hour's drive from Sao Paulo, has one of Brazil's largest soccer training centers. Honduras used the facility, built on a 156,000-sq.-meter site and equipped with five pitches, for training during the World Cup.
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SAO PAULO/MACAU -- The Brazilian city of Porto Feliz, around an hour's drive from Sao Paulo, has one of Brazil's largest soccer training centers. Hond
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A new artery is nourishing Asia and Latin America, carrying goods from one side of the Pacific to the other. In the past 10 years, trade between the regions has grown tenfold.
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A new artery is nourishing Asia and Latin America, carrying goods from one side of the Pacific to the other. In the past 10 years, trade between the r
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By the time Chinese president Xi Jinping meets Narendra Modi, India's new prime minister, at the BRICS summit in Brazil on July 15, Beijing will hope to have persuaded India to soften its resistance to Chinese companies. http://s.nikkei.com/1zaySjf
BEIJING -- By the time Chinese president Xi Jinping meets Narendra Modi, India's new prime minister, at the BRICS summit in Brazil on July 15, Beijing
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DATA in the News : The shape of growth
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The population pyramids of most Asian countries that are experiencing or have experienced rapid economic growth are beehive shaped. These pyramids are
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Indonesia is at a crucial moment in its history. Stretching behind it are 16 years of a post-Suharto era that saw the country quit authoritarianism, cold-turkey style, and plunge headlong into democracy and decentralization. The last decade has been under outgoing President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, who will reach his constitutionally mandated two-term limit in October. On July 9, he will hand the reins to one of two candidates standing in the country's presidential election.
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Indonesia is at a crucial moment in its history. Stretching behind it are 16 years of a post-Suharto era that saw the country quit authoritarianism, c
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[ Photo Galleries ] A vision of health in India
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Asian innovators crossing into Latin America
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Top Glove (Malaysia) A company with seeds from Brazil CK TAN, Nikkei staff writer MERU, Malaysia -- It is mid-June and the clock has struck m
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Emerging routes : Ideas, innovations and the companies that hatch them are linking the regions.  http://s.nikkei.com/1mB9opH
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What the World Cup says about the world
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Football has become a global language. The FIFA World Cup Final, to be held on July 13, is likely to attract an audience of over 1 billion people, acc
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[New weekly issue out now] Last year, the Philippines saw its GDP grow 7.2%, just half a percentage point slower than China. While poverty still shackles far too many, the country looks poised to live up to its potential at last http://s.nikkei.com/1qBCOHp
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India's new Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been taking a top-down approach to rebuilding India's economy, with a series of strategic moves. http://s.nikkei.com/1qJqSRG
NEW DELHI -- India's new Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been taking a top-down approach to rebuilding India's economy, with a series of strategic mo
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Clothing brand Gap announced June 7 that it has become the first major U.S. garment retailer to start production in Myanmar since Washington eased sanctions against the country in July 2012. Local industry leaders welcomed the move as a significant step in the revival of foreign investment in a key sector for the economy. http://s.nikkei.com/1sGk23v
YANGON -- Clothing brand Gap announced June 7 that it has become the first major U.S. garment retailer to start production in Myanmar since Washington
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