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Reinvention pays off for Brazilian economy

Government reforms in Brazil are making the economy more competitive and productive and helping the country attract a new wave of foreign capital.

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For those mining companies that continued to invest in innovation, sustainability and community relations despite the apparent end of the commodity supercycle, 2016 was a year of vindication.

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Blockchain set to revolutionize retail

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At the same time as it increases  its  global exports, Italy is  also  attracting ever  higher levels of foreign investment, especially from  companies in developing  countries  which are looking to secure a foothold in more stable economies.

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Long-established financial institutions are working hard to support financial inclusion and to increase their funding of socially and environmentally positive projects.

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