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The New World is MoneyWeek's FREE globally-focused weekly email, bringing you the most exciting investment stories from Asia and Latin America. The New World features news and insights on emerging Asia from Lars Henriksson, and on Latin America from James McKeigue.

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The 'Ikea indicator' says buy Indonesia

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Swedish retail giant Ikea is about to set up shop in Indonesia. Lars Henriksson explains why that’s great news for investors, and how you could profit.

My big mistake

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Two years ago, James McKeigue was hugely enthusiastic about Peru’s infrastructure plans. But the stock he picked tanked. Here, he looks at what went wrong.

Why elections are good for your investments

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Elections give stock markets a shot in the arm. And this week, Indonesians go to the polls. It could be a big deal for investors, says Lars Henriksson.

How the Pacific Alliance defused one of its biggest threats

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Latin America’s Pacific Alliance has decided on a change of tack in its dealings with regional rival Mercosur. James McKeigue picks the best way to play it.

China is sticking to its word

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China’s restructuring is having a huge impact in Southeast Asia. Lars Henriksson explains how foreign investors can benefit.

When the World Cup ends, keep watching Brazil

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Despite its huge potential for growth, Brazil has long been a disappointment for investors. But it may be ripe for a turnaround, says James McKeigue.

The world’s mega-rich have found a new home

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Switzerland can no longer claim to be the home of the world’s mega-rich. Lars Henriksson explains why the big bucks are heading east.

I’ve never tipped a gold miner - until now

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Relations between miners and local communities in Peru have often been fraught, says James McKeigue. But this Aim-listed miner has put that right.

How Asia conquered Hollywood

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Hollywood studios are increasingly tailoring their films for an Asian audience. Lars Henriksson explains why, and reveals the best stocks to profit from this trend.

How illegal miners are stealing $57bn from Peru

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Criminals are causing havoc for Peru’s mining industry, costing it billions in lost revenue. James McKeigue explains what’s going on, and looks at some of the country’s other opportunities.

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