Japanese Brewery Goes South: Kirin to buy Brazil's Aleadri for $2.6bn

Japanese Brewery Goes South: Kirin to buy Brazil's Aleadri for $2.6bn

By Vrushti Mawani - Aug 02, 2011

Japanese Brewery Goes South With domestic sales of Japan’s breweries being severely affected by the country’s decreasing population as well as a general decline in the preferen

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Christine Lagarde top contender for new IMF chief

Christine Lagarde top contender for new IMF chief

By Jay Raol - May 31, 2011

Following ex-IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn’s scandalous arrest on May 14 in New York, a number of names have been thrown up for the selection of the new head of the Internatio

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Statoil

Statoil

By Carrie Ann - May 30, 2011

Optimizing Increased Recovery An international energy company with operations in 34 countries, Statoil is founded on more than 35 years of experience from oil and gas production on

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iPhone-maker Foxconn considers $12 Billion Brazil expansion move

iPhone-maker Foxconn considers $12 Billion Brazil expansion move

By Richard Meryn - Apr 13, 2011

The Taipei-based Taiwanese company, Foxconn, popularly known for being Apple’s iPhone and iPad maker, is considering spending around $12 billion over five to six years towards ex

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Peel Potential: Banana Peels make Excellent Water Purifying System

Peel Potential: Banana Peels make Excellent Water Purifying System

By Richard Meryn - Mar 11, 2011

Finally, the peel gets acknowledged instead of being tossed aside! Gustavo Castro and his colleagues from Instituto de Biociencias de Botucatu, Brazil, have developed a water puri

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Petrobras: 4th biggest Energy company in the world

Petrobras: 4th biggest Energy company in the world

By Anna Domanska - Nov 23, 2010

Petrobras was created in 1953 during the government of Brazilian president Getúlio Vargas, with popular support under the motto “The Petroleum is Ours!”. The company&#

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