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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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Brazil needs more oil – these guys will give it to them

Oil rig in Brazil

Brazil is aiming to double its oil production – which means a lot of new oil rigs. This Asian company is well placed to profit, say Lars Henriksson.

Forget the Scottish referendum - this is 2014’s most important vote

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Brazil is in the throes of a tense presidential election campaign. James McKeigue looks at what the result could mean for investors.

Two ways to play Asia’s beverage boom

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Traditional Asian drinks have been given a new lease of life by the burgeoning beverage market. Lars Henriksson looks at two drinks makers leading the trend.

A smart play on falling copper prices

Mineral wealth has driven Chile’s economy over the past few decades. But now things are slowing down. And that could be good news for this Chilean stock.

Emerging markets: These three charts show we’re in a bull market

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Early 2013 was a bad time for investors in emerging markets. But since then, they’ve been on a roll, says Lars Henriksson. And here’s the proof.

Mexico’s energy industry is open for business

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President Enrique Peña Nieto has reformed Mexico’s energy industry. James McKeigue explains why that’s great news for investors.

How 'generation anxious' will revolutionise Asia’s economy

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Young people born in the years leading up to the Millennium are changing the face of Asia, says Lars Henriksson. That’s creating exciting opportunities for investors.

Chile’s new president could be great for our investments

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Michelle Bachelet, Chile’s left-wing president, is set to ‘shake things up’. James McKeigue explains why that’s good news for investors, and how you could profit.

This is the bellwether stock for China

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If you’re planning to invest in China, you should keep an eye on this stock, says Lars Henriksson.

Latin America’s new best friends

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Russia, China and Japan are starting to take Latin America seriously, and money is pouring into the region. James McKeigue looks into the opportunities for investors.

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