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BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/WILDFIRES
RTS2N788
August 20, 2019
An aerial view of a tract of Amazon jungle burning as it is being cleared by loggers and farmers near...
Novo Progresso, Brazil
An aerial view of a tract of Amazon jungle burning as it is being cleared by loggers and farmers near...
An aerial view of a tract of Amazon jungle burning as it is being cleared by loggers and farmers near the city of Novo Progresso, Para state, Brazil September 23, 2013. Picture taken September 23, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/
RTS2KZT6
July 04, 2019
An aerial view of a tract of Amazon jungle burning as it is being cleared by loggers and farmers near...
Novo Progresso, Brazil
An aerial view of a tract of Amazon jungle burning as it is being cleared by loggers and farmers near...
An aerial view of a tract of Amazon jungle burning as it is being cleared by loggers and farmers near the city of Novo Progresso, Para state, Brazil, September 24, 2013. Picture taken September 24, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/
RTS2KZSN
July 04, 2019
An aerial view of a tract of Amazon jungle recently cleared by loggers and farmers near the city of Novo...
Novo Progresso, Brazil
An aerial view of a tract of Amazon jungle recently cleared by loggers and farmers near the city of Novo...
An aerial view of a tract of Amazon jungle recently cleared by loggers and farmers near the city of Novo Progresso, Para state, Brazil, September 22, 2013. Picture taken September 22, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/
RTS2KZRX
July 04, 2019
A man drives a skidder, a tractor built to drag trees from the forest, after he was discovered illegally...
Novo Progresso, Brazil
Man drives a skidder inside Jamanxim National Park near the city of Novo Progresso
A man drives a skidder, a tractor built to drag trees from the forest, after he was discovered illegally extracting trees from the Amazon rainforest, inside Jamanxim National Park, near the city of Novo Progresso, Para state, Brazil June 21, 2013. Picture taken June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/
RTS2KZRS
July 04, 2019
A man, who was hired by loggers to cut trees from the Amazon rainforest, sits on a tree next to his chainsaw...
Novo Progresso, Brazil
A man sits on a tree next to his chainsaw in Jamanxim National Park near the city of Novo Progresso
A man, who was hired by loggers to cut trees from the Amazon rainforest, sits on a tree next to his chainsaw in Jamanxim National Park, near the city of Novo Progresso, Para State, Brazil June 21, 2013. Picture taken June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce
BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/
RTS2KZRR
July 04, 2019
An aerial view shows the Amazon rainforest near the city of Novo Progresso, Para state, Brazil, September...
Novo Progresso, Brazil
An aerial view shows the Amazon rainforest near the city of Novo Progresso
An aerial view shows the Amazon rainforest near the city of Novo Progresso, Para state, Brazil, September 24, 2013. Picture taken September 24, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce
SOCCER-SCOTLAND-RFC-CEL/
RTX6K68U
December 29, 2018
Soccer Football - Scottish Premiership - Rangers v Celtic - Ibrox, Glasgow, Britain - December 29, 2018...
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Scottish Premiership - Rangers v Celtic
Soccer Football - Scottish Premiership - Rangers v Celtic - Ibrox, Glasgow, Britain - December 29, 2018 Former Rangers player Nacho Novo gestures to the camera Action Images via Reuters/Jason Cairnduff
SOCCER/
RTS1A6JC
August 03, 2017
Aug 2, 2017; Chicago, IL, USA; MLS All-Star Team and Orlando City SC forward Dom Dwyer (14) and MLS All-Star...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
MLS: All-Star Game
Aug 2, 2017; Chicago, IL, USA; MLS All-Star Team and Orlando City SC forward Dom Dwyer (14) and MLS All-Star Team and Portland Timbers midfielder Diego Valeri (9) fight Real Madrid defender Nacho (6) for the ball during the 2017 MLS All Star Game at Soldier Field. Mandatory Credit: Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports
SOCCER-FRIENDLY-ENG-ESP/
RTST558
November 24, 2016
Britain Football Soccer - England v Spain - International Friendly - Wembley Stadium - 15/11/16 Spain's...
United Kingdom
Spain's Nacho
Britain Football Soccer - England v Spain - International Friendly - Wembley Stadium - 15/11/16 Spain's Nacho Action Images via Reuters / Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY.
SOCCER-SCOTLAND-CLG-RFC/
RTX2Q2M9
October 23, 2016
Britain Soccer Football - Celtic v Rangers - Scottish League Cup Semi Final - Hampden Park, Glasgow,...
United Kingdom
Celtic v Rangers - Scottish League Cup Semi Final
Britain Soccer Football - Celtic v Rangers - Scottish League Cup Semi Final - Hampden Park, Glasgow, Scotland - 23/10/16
Former Rangers player Nacho Novo poses with fans before the match
Action Images via Reuters / Jason Cairnduff
Livepic
EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or "live" services. Online in-match use limited to 45 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or single club/league/player publications. Please contact your account representative for further details.
ENVIRONMENT-DIVERSITY/
RTSHYDS
July 14, 2016
An aerial view of a tract of Amazon jungle recently cleared by loggers and farmers near the city of Novo...
Novo Progresso, Brazil
An aerial view of a tract of Amazon jungle recently cleared by loggers and farmers near the city of Novo...
An aerial view of a tract of Amazon jungle recently cleared by loggers and farmers near the city of Novo Progresso, Brazil September 22, 2013. Picture taken September 22, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce/File Photo
ENVIRONMENT-DIVERSITY/
RTSHYDN
July 14, 2016
A cow grazes next to a fallen tree on a tract of deforested Amazon rainforest near the city of Novo Progresso,...
Novo Progresso, Brazil
A cow grazes next to a fallen tree on a tract of deforested Amazon rainforest near the city of Novo Progresso...
A cow grazes next to a fallen tree on a tract of deforested Amazon rainforest near the city of Novo Progresso, Brazil July 2, 2013. Picture taken July 2, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce/File Photo
ENVIRONMENT-DIVERSITY/
RTSHYDI
July 14, 2016
Cows graze on deforested Amazon rainforest, next to another tract recently cleared and burned, near the...
Novo Progresso, Brazil
Cows graze on deforested Amazon rainforest next to another tract recently cleared and burned near Novo...
Cows graze on deforested Amazon rainforest, next to another tract recently cleared and burned, near the city of Novo Progresso, Brazil, September 23, 2013. Picture taken September 23, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce/File Photo
BRAZIL-ECONOMY/INDUSTRIAL OUTPUT
RTX2ERCF
May 30, 2016
Brazilian workers give a colour on a piece of leather which will be used as leather to make shoes during...
NOVO HAMBURGO, Brazil
To match Special Report BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA
Brazilian workers give a colour on a piece of leather which will be used as leather to make shoes during a shoe-making process at a factory in Novo Hamburgo in the state of Rio Grande do Sul August 5, 2010. REUTERS/Nacho Doce/File Photo GLOBAL BUSINESS WEEK AHEAD PACKAGE - SEARCH 'BUSINESS WEEK AHEAD MAY 30' FOR ALL IMAGES
SOCCER-SCOTLAND-RFC-HIB/SCOTTISHFACUPFINAL/
RTSF9Y2
May 21, 2016
Britain Football Soccer - Rangers v Hibernian - William Hill Scottish Cup Final - Hampden Park, Glasgow,...
United Kingdom
Rangers v Hibernian - William Hill Scottish Cup Final
Britain Football Soccer - Rangers v Hibernian - William Hill Scottish Cup Final - Hampden Park, Glasgow, Scotland - 21/5/16
Former Rangers player Nacho Novo with fans
Reuters / Russell Cheyne
Livepic
EDITORIAL USE ONLY.
SOCCER-SCOTLAND-RFC-HIB/SCOTTISHFACUPFINAL/
RTSF9Y0
May 21, 2016
Britain Football Soccer - Rangers v Hibernian - William Hill Scottish Cup Final - Hampden Park, Glasgow,...
United Kingdom
Rangers v Hibernian - William Hill Scottish Cup Final
Britain Football Soccer - Rangers v Hibernian - William Hill Scottish Cup Final - Hampden Park, Glasgow, Scotland - 21/5/16
Former Rangers player Nacho Novo with fans
Reuters / Russell Cheyne
Livepic
EDITORIAL USE ONLY.
BASKETBALL-NCAAW/
RTX1UM6P
November 03, 2015
Mar 7, 2020; Greensboro, North Carolina, USA; Florida State Seminoles guard Nausia Woolfolk (13) brings...
Greensboro, multiple countries
NCAA Womens Basketball: ACC Tournament: Florida State vs Louisville
Mar 7, 2020; Greensboro, North Carolina, USA; Florida State Seminoles guard Nausia Woolfolk (13) brings the ball up court against the Louisville Cardinals during the first half at Greensboro Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports
BASKETBALL-NCAAW/
RTX1UM6O
November 03, 2015
Mar 7, 2020; Greensboro, North Carolina, USA; Florida State Seminoles guard Nicki Ekhomu (12) shoots...
Greensboro, multiple countries
NCAA Womens Basketball: ACC Tournament: Florida State vs Louisville
Mar 7, 2020; Greensboro, North Carolina, USA; Florida State Seminoles guard Nicki Ekhomu (12) shoots a long jumper over Louisville Cardinals guard Mykasa Robinson (5) during the first half at Greensboro Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports
BRAZIL/
RTX159YM
November 12, 2013
An aerial view of a tract of Amazon jungle burning as it is being cleared by loggers and farmers near...
Novo Progresso, Brazil
An aerial view of a tract of Amazon jungle burning as it is being cleared by loggers and farmers near...
An aerial view of a tract of Amazon jungle burning as it is being cleared by loggers and farmers near the city of Novo Progresso, Para state, September 23, 2013. The Amazon rainforest is being eaten away at by deforestation, much of which takes place as areas are burnt by large fires to clear land for agriculture. Initial data from Brazil's space agency suggests that destruction of the vast rainforest - the largest in the world - spiked by more than a third over the past year, wiping out an area more than twice the size of the city of Los Angeles. If the figures are borne out by follow-up data, they would confirm fears of scientists and environmental activists who warn that farming, mining and Amazon infrastructure projects, coupled with changes to Brazil's long-standing environmental policies, are reversing progress made against deforestation. Environmental issues will be under the spotlight as a United Nations Climate Change Conference opens in Warsaw, Poland on November 11. Picture taken on September 23, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS AGRICULTURE)
BRAZIL/
RTX159YL
November 12, 2013
A charred trunk lies on a tract of Amazon jungle that was recently burned by loggers and farmers near...
Novo Progresso, Brazil
A charred trunk lies on a tract of Amazon jungle that was recently burned by loggers and farmers near...
A charred trunk lies on a tract of Amazon jungle that was recently burned by loggers and farmers near the city of Novo Progresso, Para state, September 24, 2013. The Amazon rainforest is being eaten away at by deforestation, much of which takes place as areas are burnt by large fires to clear land for agriculture. Initial data from Brazil's space agency suggests that destruction of the vast rainforest - the largest in the world - spiked by more than a third over the past year, wiping out an area more than twice the size of the city of Los Angeles. If the figures are borne out by follow-up data, they would confirm fears of scientists and environmental activists who warn that farming, mining and Amazon infrastructure projects, coupled with changes to Brazil's long-standing environmental policies, are reversing progress made against deforestation. Environmental issues will be under the spotlight as a United Nations Climate Change Conference opens in Warsaw, Poland on November 11. Picture taken on September 24, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS AGRICULTURE)
BRAZIL/
RTX159YK
November 12, 2013
Cows graze on deforested Amazon rainforest, next to another tract recently cleared and burned, near the...
Novo Progresso, Brazil
Cows graze on deforested Amazon rainforest next to another tract recently cleared and burned near Novo...
Cows graze on deforested Amazon rainforest, next to another tract recently cleared and burned, near the city of Novo Progresso, Para state, September 23, 2013. The Amazon rainforest is being eaten away at by deforestation, much of which takes place as areas are burnt by large fires to clear land for agriculture. Initial data from Brazil's space agency suggests that destruction of the vast rainforest - the largest in the world - spiked by more than a third over the past year, wiping out an area more than twice the size of the city of Los Angeles. If the figures are borne out by follow-up data, they would confirm fears of scientists and environmental activists who warn that farming, mining and Amazon infrastructure projects, coupled with changes to Brazil's long-standing environmental policies, are reversing progress made against deforestation. Environmental issues will be under the spotlight as a United Nations Climate Change Conference opens in Warsaw, Poland on November 11. Picture taken on September 23, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS AGRICULTURE)
BRAZIL/
RTX159YJ
November 12, 2013
An aerial view of a tract of Amazon jungle burning as it is being cleared by loggers and farmers near...
Novo Progresso, Brazil
An aerial view of a tract of Amazon jungle burning as it is being cleared by loggers and farmers near...
An aerial view of a tract of Amazon jungle burning as it is being cleared by loggers and farmers near the city of Novo Progresso, Para state, September 23, 2013. The Amazon rainforest is being eaten away at by deforestation, much of which takes place as areas are burnt by large fires to clear land for agriculture. Initial data from Brazil's space agency suggests that destruction of the vast rainforest - the largest in the world - spiked by more than a third over the past year, wiping out an area more than twice the size of the city of Los Angeles. If the figures are borne out by follow-up data, they would confirm fears of scientists and environmental activists who warn that farming, mining and Amazon infrastructure projects, coupled with changes to Brazil's long-standing environmental policies, are reversing progress made against deforestation. Environmental issues will be under the spotlight as a United Nations Climate Change Conference opens in Warsaw, Poland on November 11. Picture taken on September 23, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS AGRICULTURE)
BRAZIL/
RTX159YI
November 12, 2013
An aerial view of a tract of Amazon jungle recently cleared by loggers and farmers near the city of Novo...
Novo Progresso, Brazil
An aerial view of a tract of Amazon jungle recently cleared by loggers and farmers near the city of Novo...
An aerial view of a tract of Amazon jungle recently cleared by loggers and farmers near the city of Novo Progresso, Para state, September 22, 2013. The Amazon rainforest is being eaten away at by deforestation, much of which takes place as areas are burnt by large fires to clear land for agriculture. Initial data from Brazil's space agency suggests that destruction of the vast rainforest - the largest in the world - spiked by more than a third over the past year, wiping out an area more than twice the size of the city of Los Angeles. If the figures are borne out by follow-up data, they would confirm fears of scientists and environmental activists who warn that farming, mining and Amazon infrastructure projects, coupled with changes to Brazil's long-standing environmental policies, are reversing progress made against deforestation. Environmental issues will be under the spotlight as a United Nations Climate Change Conference opens in Warsaw, Poland on November 11. Picture taken on September 22, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS AGRICULTURE)
BRAZIL/
RTX159YH
November 12, 2013
A cow grazes next to a fallen tree on a tract of deforested Amazon rainforest near the city of Novo Progresso,...
Novo Progresso, Brazil
A cow grazes next to a fallen tree on a tract of deforested Amazon rainforest near the city of Novo Progresso...
A cow grazes next to a fallen tree on a tract of deforested Amazon rainforest near the city of Novo Progresso, Para state, July 2, 2013. The Amazon rainforest is being eaten away at by deforestation, much of which takes place as areas are burnt by large fires to clear land for agriculture. Initial data from Brazil's space agency suggests that destruction of the vast rainforest - the largest in the world - spiked by more than a third over the past year, wiping out an area more than twice the size of the city of Los Angeles. If the figures are borne out by follow-up data, they would confirm fears of scientists and environmental activists who warn that farming, mining and Amazon infrastructure projects, coupled with changes to Brazil's long-standing environmental policies, are reversing progress made against deforestation. Environmental issues will be under the spotlight as a United Nations Climate Change Conference opens in Warsaw, Poland on November 11. Picture taken on July 2, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS AGRICULTURE)
BRAZIL/
RTX159YG
November 12, 2013
A cow grazes next to a charred tree trunk on a tract of deforested Amazon rainforest near the city of...
Morais Almeida, Brazil
A cow grazes next to a charred tree trunk on a tract of deforested Amazon rainforest near the city of...
A cow grazes next to a charred tree trunk on a tract of deforested Amazon rainforest near the city of Novo Progresso, Para state, July 1, 2013. The Amazon rainforest is being eaten away at by deforestation, much of which takes place as areas are burnt by large fires to clear land for agriculture. Initial data from Brazil's space agency suggests that destruction of the vast rainforest - the largest in the world - spiked by more than a third over the past year, wiping out an area more than twice the size of the city of Los Angeles. If the figures are borne out by follow-up data, they would confirm fears of scientists and environmental activists who warn that farming, mining and Amazon infrastructure projects, coupled with changes to Brazil's long-standing environmental policies, are reversing progress made against deforestation. Environmental issues will be under the spotlight as a United Nations Climate Change Conference opens in Warsaw, Poland on November 11. Picture taken on July 1, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS AGRICULTURE)
BRAZIL/
RTX159YF
November 12, 2013
Residents travel along a road cutting through Amazon jungle near near the city of Novo Progresso, Para...
Morais Almeida, Brazil
Residents travel along a road cutting through Amazon jungle near near the city of Novo Progresso
Residents travel along a road cutting through Amazon jungle near near the city of Novo Progresso, Para state, July 1, 2013. The Amazon rainforest is being eaten away at by deforestation, much of which takes place as areas are burnt by large fires to clear land for agriculture. Initial data from Brazil's space agency suggests that destruction of the vast rainforest - the largest in the world - spiked by more than a third over the past year, wiping out an area more than twice the size of the city of Los Angeles. If the figures are borne out by follow-up data, they would confirm fears of scientists and environmental activists who warn that farming, mining and Amazon infrastructure projects, coupled with changes to Brazil's long-standing environmental policies, are reversing progress made against deforestation. Environmental issues will be under the spotlight as a United Nations Climate Change Conference opens in Warsaw, Poland on November 11. Picture taken on July 1, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS AGRICULTURE)
BRAZIL/
RTX159G3
November 11, 2013
A man named Tiago drives a skidder, a tractor built to drag trees from the forest, after he was discovered...
Novo Progresso, Brazil
A man named Tiago drives a skidder after he was discovered illegally extracting trees from the Amazon...
A man named Tiago drives a skidder, a tractor built to drag trees from the forest, after he was discovered illegally extracting trees from the Amazon rainforest, inside Jamanxim National Park near the city of Novo Progresso, Para state, June 21, 2013. The Amazon rainforest is being eaten away at by deforestation, much of which takes place as areas are burnt by large fires to clear land for agriculture. Initial data from Brazil's space agency suggests that destruction of the vast rainforest - the largest in the world - spiked by more than a third over the past year, wiping out an area more than twice the size of the city of Los Angeles. If the figures are borne out by follow-up data, they would confirm fears of scientists and environmental activists who warn that farming, mining and Amazon infrastructure projects, coupled with changes to Brazil's long-standing environmental policies, are reversing progress made against deforestation. Environmental issues will be under the spotlight as a United Nations Climate Change Conference opens in Warsaw, Poland on November 11. Picture taken on June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS AGRICULTURE CRIME LAW)
BRAZIL/
RTX159G2
November 11, 2013
An illegally cut tree lies chained to a skidder, a tractor specially built to drag logs out of the forest,...
Novo Progresso, Brazil
An illegally cut tree lies chained to a skidder near Novo Progresso
An illegally cut tree lies chained to a skidder, a tractor specially built to drag logs out of the forest, after it was discovered by the environment police inside Jamanxim National Park near the city of Novo Progresso, Para state, June 21, 2013. The Amazon rainforest is being eaten away at by deforestation, much of which takes place as areas are burnt by large fires to clear land for agriculture. Initial data from Brazil's space agency suggests that destruction of the vast rainforest - the largest in the world - spiked by more than a third over the past year, wiping out an area more than twice the size of the city of Los Angeles. If the figures are borne out by follow-up data, they would confirm fears of scientists and environmental activists who warn that farming, mining and Amazon infrastructure projects, coupled with changes to Brazil's long-standing environmental policies, are reversing progress made against deforestation. Environmental issues will be under the spotlight as a United Nations Climate Change Conference opens in Warsaw, Poland on November 11. Picture taken on June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS AGRICULTURE CRIME LAW)
BRAZIL/
RTX159G1
November 11, 2013
A man named Tiago drinks water next to his chainsaw after he was discovered illegally extracting trees...
Novo Progresso, Brazil
A man named Tiago drinks water next to his chainsaw after he was discovered illegally extracting trees...
A man named Tiago drinks water next to his chainsaw after he was discovered illegally extracting trees from the Amazon rainforest, inside Jamanxim National Park near the city of Novo Progresso, Para state, June 21, 2013. The Amazon rainforest is being eaten away at by deforestation, much of which takes place as areas are burnt by large fires to clear land for agriculture. Initial data from Brazil's space agency suggests that destruction of the vast rainforest - the largest in the world - spiked by more than a third over the past year, wiping out an area more than twice the size of the city of Los Angeles. If the figures are borne out by follow-up data, they would confirm fears of scientists and environmental activists who warn that farming, mining and Amazon infrastructure projects, coupled with changes to Brazil's long-standing environmental policies, are reversing progress made against deforestation. Environmental issues will be under the spotlight as a United Nations Climate Change Conference opens in Warsaw, Poland on November 11. Picture taken on June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS AGRICULTURE)
BRAZIL/
RTX159FZ
November 11, 2013
A man named Pedro stands next to his skidder, a tractor specially built to drag logs out of the forest,...
Novo Progresso, Brazil
A man named Pedro stands next to his skidder after he was discovered illegally extracting trees from...
A man named Pedro stands next to his skidder, a tractor specially built to drag logs out of the forest, after he was discovered illegally extracting trees from the Amazon rainforest, inside Jamanxim National Park near the city of Novo Progresso, Para state, June 21, 2013. The Amazon rainforest is being eaten away at by deforestation, much of which takes place as areas are burnt by large fires to clear land for agriculture. Initial data from Brazil's space agency suggests that destruction of the vast rainforest - the largest in the world - spiked by more than a third over the past year, wiping out an area more than twice the size of the city of Los Angeles. If the figures are borne out by follow-up data, they would confirm fears of scientists and environmental activists who warn that farming, mining and Amazon infrastructure projects, coupled with changes to Brazil's long-standing environmental policies, are reversing progress made against deforestation. Environmental issues will be under the spotlight as a United Nations Climate Change Conference opens in Warsaw, Poland on November 11. Picture taken on June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS AGRICULTURE)
BRAZIL/
RTX159FW
November 11, 2013
A military policeman walks past trunks of trees recently cut illegally from the Amazon rainforest, inside...
Novo Progresso, Brazil
A military policeman walks past trunks of trees recently cut illegally from the Amazon rainforest near...
A military policeman walks past trunks of trees recently cut illegally from the Amazon rainforest, inside Jamanxim National Park near the city of Novo Progresso, Para state, June 21, 2013. The Amazon rainforest is being eaten away at by deforestation, much of which takes place as areas are burnt by large fires to clear land for agriculture. Initial data from Brazil's space agency suggests that destruction of the vast rainforest - the largest in the world - spiked by more than a third over the past year, wiping out an area more than twice the size of the city of Los Angeles. If the figures are borne out by follow-up data, they would confirm fears of scientists and environmental activists who warn that farming, mining and Amazon infrastructure projects, coupled with changes to Brazil's long-standing environmental policies, are reversing progress made against deforestation. Environmental issues will be under the spotlight as a United Nations Climate Change Conference opens in Warsaw, Poland on November 11. Picture taken on June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS AGRICULTURE CRIME LAW)
BRAZIL/
RTX159FV
November 11, 2013
Americo Meirelles, agent of Brazil's environmental police IBAMA, punctures a gas can used by chainsaw...
Novo Progresso, Brazil
Americo Meirelles, agent of Brazil's environmental police IBAMA, punctures a gas can used by chainsaw...
Americo Meirelles, agent of Brazil's environmental police IBAMA, punctures a gas can used by chainsaw operators who illegally cut trees from the Amazon rainforest, inside Jamanxim National Park near the city of Novo Progresso, Para state, June 21, 2013. The Amazon rainforest is being eaten away at by deforestation, much of which takes place as areas are burnt by large fires to clear land for agriculture. Initial data from Brazil's space agency suggests that destruction of the vast rainforest - the largest in the world - spiked by more than a third over the past year, wiping out an area more than twice the size of the city of Los Angeles. If the figures are borne out by follow-up data, they would confirm fears of scientists and environmental activists who warn that farming, mining and Amazon infrastructure projects, coupled with changes to Brazil's long-standing environmental policies, are reversing progress made against deforestation. Environmental issues will be under the spotlight as a United Nations Climate Change Conference opens in Warsaw, Poland on November 11. Picture taken on June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS AGRICULTURE CRIME LAW)
BRAZIL/
RTX159FU
November 11, 2013
A military policeman walks past trunks of trees recently cut illegally from the Amazon rainforest, inside...
Novo Progresso, Brazil
A military policeman walks past trunks of trees recently cut illegally from the Amazon rainforest near...
A military policeman walks past trunks of trees recently cut illegally from the Amazon rainforest, inside Jamanxim National Park near the city of Novo Progresso, Para state, June 21, 2013. The Amazon rainforest is being eaten away at by deforestation, much of which takes place as areas are burnt by large fires to clear land for agriculture. Initial data from Brazil's space agency suggests that destruction of the vast rainforest - the largest in the world - spiked by more than a third over the past year, wiping out an area more than twice the size of the city of Los Angeles. If the figures are borne out by follow-up data, they would confirm fears of scientists and environmental activists who warn that farming, mining and Amazon infrastructure projects, coupled with changes to Brazil's long-standing environmental policies, are reversing progress made against deforestation. Environmental issues will be under the spotlight as a United Nations Climate Change Conference opens in Warsaw, Poland on November 11. Picture taken on June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS AGRICULTURE CRIME LAW)
BRAZIL/
RTX15927
November 11, 2013
A thunderstorm is seen over the Amazon rainforest near the city of Novo Progresso, Para State July 1,...
Novo Progresso, Brazil
A thunderstorm is seen over the Amazon rainforest near the city of Novo Progresso
A thunderstorm is seen over the Amazon rainforest near the city of Novo Progresso, Para State July 1, 2013. The Amazon rainforest is being eaten away at by deforestation, much of which takes place as areas are burnt by large fires to clear land for agriculture. Initial data from Brazil's space agency suggests that destruction of the vast rainforest - the largest in the world - spiked by more than a third over the past year, wiping out an area more than twice the size of the city of Los Angeles. If the figures are borne out by follow-up data, they would confirm fears of scientists and environmental activists who warn that farming, mining and Amazon infrastructure projects, coupled with changes to Brazil's long-standing environmental policies, are reversing progress made against deforestation. Environmental issues will be under the spotlight as a United Nations Climate Change Conference opens in Warsaw, Poland on November 11. Picture taken on July 1, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS SOCIETY AGRICULTURE)

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BRAZIL/
RTX15910
November 11, 2013
A cowboy digs a hole into land that was formerly Amazon rainforest, near the city of Novo Progresso,...
Novo Progresso, Brazil
A cowboy digs a hole into land that was formerly Amazon rainforest, near the city of Novo Progresso
A cowboy digs a hole into land that was formerly Amazon rainforest, near the city of Novo Progresso, Para State June 21, 2013. The Amazon rainforest is being eaten away at by deforestation, much of which takes place as areas are burnt by large fires to clear land for agriculture. Initial data from Brazil's space agency suggests that destruction of the vast rainforest - the largest in the world - spiked by more than a third over the past year, wiping out an area more than twice the size of the city of Los Angeles. If the figures are borne out by follow-up data, they would confirm fears of scientists and environmental activists who warn that farming, mining and Amazon infrastructure projects, coupled with changes to Brazil's long-standing environmental policies, are reversing progress made against deforestation. Environmental issues will be under the spotlight as a United Nations Climate Change Conference opens in Warsaw, Poland on November 11. Picture taken on June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS SOCIETY AGRICULTURE)

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BRAZIL/
RTX1590C
November 11, 2013
A tractor used to drag logs out of the Amazon rainforest, burns after being destroyed by police on a...
Novo Progresso, Brazil
A tractor used to drag logs out of the Amazon rainforest burns after being destroyed by police near Novo...
A tractor used to drag logs out of the Amazon rainforest, burns after being destroyed by police on a raid to stop illegal logging in Jamanxim National Park, near the city of Novo Progresso, Para State June 21, 2013. The Amazon rainforest is being eaten away at by deforestation, much of which takes place as areas are burnt by large fires to clear land for agriculture. Initial data from Brazil's space agency suggests that destruction of the vast rainforest - the largest in the world - spiked by more than a third over the past year, wiping out an area more than twice the size of the city of Los Angeles. If the figures are borne out by follow-up data, they would confirm fears of scientists and environmental activists who warn that farming, mining and Amazon infrastructure projects, coupled with changes to Brazil's long-standing environmental policies, are reversing progress made against deforestation. Environmental issues will be under the spotlight as a United Nations Climate Change Conference opens in Warsaw, Poland on November 11. Picture taken on June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: AGRICULTURE CRIME LAW POLITICS ENVIRONMENT)

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November 11, 2013
A police officer inspects a tree illegally felled in the Amazon rainforest in Jamanxim National Park...
Novo Progresso, Brazil
A police officer inspects a tree illegally felled in the Amazon rainforest in Jamanxim National Park...
A police officer inspects a tree illegally felled in the Amazon rainforest in Jamanxim National Park near the city of Novo Progresso, Para State, June 21, 2013. The Amazon rainforest is being eaten away at by deforestation, much of which takes place as areas are burnt by large fires to clear land for agriculture. Initial data from Brazil's space agency suggests that destruction of the vast rainforest - the largest in the world - spiked by more than a third over the past year, wiping out an area more than twice the size of the city of Los Angeles. If the figures are borne out by follow-up data, they would confirm fears of scientists and environmental activists who warn that farming, mining and Amazon infrastructure projects, coupled with changes to Brazil's long-standing environmental policies, are reversing progress made against deforestation. Environmental issues will be under the spotlight as a United Nations Climate Change Conference opens in Warsaw, Poland, on November 11. Picture taken on June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: AGRICULTURE CRIME LAW POLITICS ENVIRONMENT)

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RTX1590A
November 11, 2013
A tree, which was illegally felled, lies on the floor of the Amazon rainforest in Jamanxim National Park...
Novo Progresso, Brazil
A tree lies on the floor of the Amazon rainforest in Jamanxim National Park near the city of Novo Progresso,...
A tree, which was illegally felled, lies on the floor of the Amazon rainforest in Jamanxim National Park near the city of Novo Progresso, Para State, June 21, 2013. The Amazon rainforest is being eaten away at by deforestation, much of which takes place as areas are burnt by large fires to clear land for agriculture. Initial data from Brazil's space agency suggests that destruction of the vast rainforest - the largest in the world - spiked by more than a third over the past year, wiping out an area more than twice the size of the city of Los Angeles. If the figures are borne out by follow-up data, they would confirm fears of scientists and environmental activists who warn that farming, mining and Amazon infrastructure projects, coupled with changes to Brazil's long-standing environmental policies, are reversing progress made against deforestation. Environmental issues will be under the spotlight as a United Nations Climate Change Conference opens in Warsaw, Poland on November 11. Picture taken on June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS AGRICULTURE)

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RTX15909
November 11, 2013
A man named Tiago, who was hired by loggers to cut trees in the Amazon rainforest, walks past a vehicle...
Novo Progresso, Brazil
A man walks past a vehicle ready to drag a log from the forest in Jamanxim National Park near Novo Progresso...
A man named Tiago, who was hired by loggers to cut trees in the Amazon rainforest, walks past a vehicle ready to drag a log from the forest in Jamanxim National Park near the city of Novo Progresso, Para State, June 21, 2013. The Amazon rainforest is being eaten away at by deforestation, much of which takes place as areas are burnt by large fires to clear land for agriculture. Initial data from Brazil's space agency suggests that destruction of the vast rainforest - the largest in the world - spiked by more than a third over the past year, wiping out an area more than twice the size of the city of Los Angeles. If the figures are borne out by follow-up data, they would confirm fears of scientists and environmental activists who warn that farming, mining and Amazon infrastructure projects, coupled with changes to Brazil's long-standing environmental policies, are reversing progress made against deforestation. Environmental issues will be under the spotlight as a United Nations Climate Change Conference opens in Warsaw, Poland, on November 11. Picture taken on June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS AGRICULTURE)

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RTX15904
November 11, 2013
A man named Tiago, who was hired by loggers to cut trees from the Amazon rainforest, carries his chainsaw...
Novo Progresso, Brazil
A man carries his chainsaw past fallen trees in Jamanxim National Park near Novo Progresso
A man named Tiago, who was hired by loggers to cut trees from the Amazon rainforest, carries his chainsaw past fallen trees in Jamanxim National Park near the city of Novo Progresso, Para State, June 21, 2013. The Amazon rainforest is being eaten away at by deforestation, much of which takes place as areas are burnt by large fires to clear land for agriculture. Initial data from Brazil's space agency suggests that destruction of the vast rainforest - the largest in the world - spiked by more than a third over the past year, wiping out an area more than twice the size of the city of Los Angeles. If the figures are borne out by follow-up data, they would confirm fears of scientists and environmental activists who warn that farming, mining and Amazon infrastructure projects, coupled with changes to Brazil's long-standing environmental policies, are reversing progress made against deforestation. Environmental issues will be under the spotlight as a United Nations Climate Change Conference opens in Warsaw, Poland, on November 11. Picture taken on June 21, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS AGRICULTURE)

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RTX158ZY
November 11, 2013
Smoke billows as an area of the Amazon rainforest is burnt to clear land for agriculture near Novo Progresso,...
Novo Progresso, Brazil
Smoke billows as an area of the Amazon rainforest is burnt to clear land for agriculture near Novo Progresso...
Smoke billows as an area of the Amazon rainforest is burnt to clear land for agriculture near Novo Progresso, Para State, September 23, 2013. The Amazon rainforest is being eaten away at by deforestation, much of which takes place as areas are burnt by large fires to clear land for agriculture. Initial data from Brazil's space agency suggests that destruction of the vast rainforest - the largest in the world - spiked by more than a third over the past year, wiping out an area more than twice the size of the city of Los Angeles. If the figures are borne out by follow-up data, they would confirm fears of scientists and environmental activists who warn that farming, mining and Amazon infrastructure projects, coupled with changes to Brazil's long-standing environmental policies, are reversing progress made against deforestation. Environmental issues will be under the spotlight as a United Nations Climate Change Conference opens in Warsaw, Poland on November 11. Picture taken on September 23, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS AGRICULTURE)

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RTX158ZX
November 11, 2013
Smoke billows as an area of the Amazon rainforest is burnt to clear land for agriculture near Novo Progresso,...
Novo Progresso, Brazil
Smoke billows as an area of the Amazon rainforest is burnt to clear land for agriculture near Novo Progresso...
Smoke billows as an area of the Amazon rainforest is burnt to clear land for agriculture near Novo Progresso, Para State, September 23, 2013. The Amazon rainforest is being eaten away at by deforestation, much of which takes place as areas are burnt by large fires to clear land for agriculture. Initial data from Brazil's space agency suggests that destruction of the vast rainforest - the largest in the world - spiked by more than a third over the past year, wiping out an area more than twice the size of the city of Los Angeles. If the figures are borne out by follow-up data, they would confirm fears of scientists and environmental activists who warn that farming, mining and Amazon infrastructure projects, coupled with changes to Brazil's long-standing environmental policies, are reversing progress made against deforestation. Environmental issues will be under the spotlight as a United Nations Climate Change Conference opens in Warsaw, Poland on November 11. Picture taken on September 23, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS AGRICULTURE)

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RTX158ZW
November 11, 2013
Smoke billows as an area of the Amazon rainforest is burnt to clear land for agriculture near Novo Progresso,...
Novo Progresso, Brazil
Smoke billows as an area of the Amazon rainforest is burnt to clear land for agriculture near Novo Progresso...
Smoke billows as an area of the Amazon rainforest is burnt to clear land for agriculture near Novo Progresso, Para State, September 23, 2013. The Amazon rainforest is being eaten away at by deforestation, much of which takes place as areas are burnt by large fires to clear land for agriculture. Initial data from Brazil's space agency suggests that destruction of the vast rainforest - the largest in the world - spiked by more than a third over the past year, wiping out an area more than twice the size of the city of Los Angeles. If the figures are borne out by follow-up data, they would confirm fears of scientists and environmental activists who warn that farming, mining and Amazon infrastructure projects, coupled with changes to Brazil's long-standing environmental policies, are reversing progress made against deforestation. Environmental issues will be under the spotlight as a United Nations Climate Change Conference opens in Warsaw, Poland on November 11. Picture taken on September 23, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS AGRICULTURE)

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RTX158ZV
November 11, 2013
Smoke billows as an area of the Amazon rainforest is burnt to clear land for agriculture near Novo Progresso,...
Novo Progresso, Brazil
Smoke billows as an area of the Amazon rainforest is burnt to clear land for agriculture near Novo Progresso...
Smoke billows as an area of the Amazon rainforest is burnt to clear land for agriculture near Novo Progresso, Para State, September 23, 2013. The Amazon rainforest is being eaten away at by deforestation, much of which takes place as areas are burnt by large fires to clear land for agriculture. Initial data from Brazil's space agency suggests that destruction of the vast rainforest - the largest in the world - spiked by more than a third over the past year, wiping out an area more than twice the size of the city of Los Angeles. If the figures are borne out by follow-up data, they would confirm fears of scientists and environmental activists who warn that farming, mining and Amazon infrastructure projects, coupled with changes to Brazil's long-standing environmental policies, are reversing progress made against deforestation. Environmental issues will be under the spotlight as a United Nations Climate Change Conference opens in Warsaw, Poland on November 11. Picture taken on September 23, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: AGRICULTURE POLITICS ENVIRONMENT)

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RTX158ZU
November 11, 2013
Smoke billows as an area of the Amazon rainforest is burnt to clear land for agriculture near Novo Progresso,...
Novo Progresso, Brazil
Smoke billows as an area of the Amazon rainforest is burnt to clear land for agriculture near Novo Progresso...
Smoke billows as an area of the Amazon rainforest is burnt to clear land for agriculture near Novo Progresso, Para State, September 23, 2013. The Amazon rainforest is being eaten away at by deforestation, much of which takes place as areas are burnt by large fires to clear land for agriculture. Initial data from Brazil's space agency suggests that destruction of the vast rainforest - the largest in the world - spiked by more than a third over the past year, wiping out an area more than twice the size of the city of Los Angeles. If the figures are borne out by follow-up data, they would confirm fears of scientists and environmental activists who warn that farming, mining and Amazon infrastructure projects, coupled with changes to Brazil's long-standing environmental policies, are reversing progress made against deforestation. Environmental issues will be under the spotlight as a United Nations Climate Change Conference opens in Warsaw, Poland, on November 11. Picture taken on September 23, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS AGRICULTURE)

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RTX158ZT
November 11, 2013
An area of the Amazon rainforest which was burned to clear land for cattle pasture is seen near Novo...
Novo Progresso, Brazil
An area of the Amazon rainforest which was burned to clear land for cattle pasture is seen near Novo...
An area of the Amazon rainforest which was burned to clear land for cattle pasture is seen near Novo Progresso, Para State, September 23, 2013. The Amazon rainforest is being eaten away at by deforestation, much of which takes place as areas are burnt by large fires to clear land for agriculture. Initial data from Brazil's space agency suggests that destruction of the vast rainforest - the largest in the world - spiked by more than a third over the past year, wiping out an area more than twice the size of the city of Los Angeles. If the figures are borne out by follow-up data, they would confirm fears of scientists and environmental activists who warn that farming, mining and Amazon infrastructure projects, coupled with changes to Brazil's long-standing environmental policies, are reversing progress made against deforestation. Environmental issues will be under the spotlight as a United Nations Climate Change Conference opens in Warsaw, Poland, on November 11. Picture taken on September 23, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: AGRICULTURE POLITICS ENVIRONMENT)


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RTX158ZR
November 11, 2013
Cattle walk on a tract of Amazon rainforest that has been cleared by loggers and farmers near the city...
Novo Progresso, Brazil
Cattle walk on a tract of Amazon rainforest that has been cleared near Novo Progresso
Cattle walk on a tract of Amazon rainforest that has been cleared by loggers and farmers near the city of Novo Progresso, Para State, July 2, 2013. The Amazon rainforest is being eaten away at by deforestation, much of which takes place as areas are burnt by large fires to clear land for agriculture. Initial data from Brazil's space agency suggests that destruction of the vast rainforest - the largest in the world - spiked by more than a third over the past year, wiping out an area more than twice the size of the city of Los Angeles. If the figures are borne out by follow-up data, they would confirm fears of scientists and environmental activists who warn that farming, mining and Amazon infrastructure projects, coupled with changes to Brazil's long-standing environmental policies, are reversing progress made against deforestation. Environmental issues will be under the spotlight as a United Nations Climate Change Conference opens in Warsaw, Poland, on November 11. Picture taken on July 2, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: AGRICULTURE POLITICS ENVIRONMENT)

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RTX158ZO
November 11, 2013
An ipe (lapacho) tree is seen in this aerial view of the Amazon rainforest near the city of Novo Progresso,...
Novo Progresso, Brazil
An ipe (lapacho) tree is seen in this aerial view of the Amazon rainforest near Novo Progresso
An ipe (lapacho) tree is seen in this aerial view of the Amazon rainforest near the city of Novo Progresso, Para State, September 24, 2013. The Amazon rainforest is being eaten away at by deforestation, much of which takes place as areas are burnt by large fires to clear land for agriculture. Initial data from Brazil's space agency suggests that destruction of the vast rainforest - the largest in the world - spiked by more than a third over the past year, wiping out an area more than twice the size of the city of Los Angeles. If the figures are borne out by follow-up data, they would confirm fears of scientists and environmental activists who warn that farming, mining and Amazon infrastructure projects, coupled with changes to Brazil's long-standing environmental policies, are reversing progress made against deforestation. Environmental issues will be under the spotlight as a United Nations Climate Change Conference opens in Warsaw, Poland, on November 11. Picture taken on September 24, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS AGRICULTURE)

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RTR3601M
August 03, 2012
Men walk in the village of Novo Horizonte next to the Trans-Amazonian highway in Itaituba, in the state...
Itaituba, Brazil
Men walk in the village of Novo Horizonte next to the Trans-Amazonian highway in Itaituba
Men walk in the village of Novo Horizonte next to the Trans-Amazonian highway in Itaituba, in the state of Para May 25, 2012. In the 19 months since Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff took office, longstanding rules that curtail deforestation and protect millions of square kilometers of watershed have been rolled back. She issued an executive order to shrink or repurpose seven protected woodlands, making way for hydroelectric dams and other infrastructure projects, and to legalize settlements by farmers and miners. Picture taken May 25, 2012. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ENVIRONMENT/BACKSLIDE REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA
RTXSMH0
September 25, 2010
A worker places a new pair of shoes on the conveyor belt during a shoemaking process at a factory in...
NOVO HAMBURGO, Brazil
To match Special Report BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA
A worker places a new pair of shoes on the conveyor belt during a shoemaking process at a factory in Novo Hamburgo, in the state of Rio Grande do Sul August 5, 2010. Even among emerging market powerhouses, Brazil and China stand out. And as they've grown, the two countries have become more intertwined than ever. Shoes are so basic to the city of Novo Hamburgo that even a waitress, on hearing mention of China, immediately brings up the footwear industry. About 70 percent of the city budget derives, directly or indirectly, from shoes, the mayor says. The town bled jobs in recent years, as Chinese companies lured away Brazilian workers to jump-start the sector abroad and Brazil's shoe exports fell almost in half by weight from 2004 to 2009, or 22 percent by dollar value. Picture taken August 5, 2010. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA
RTXSMGZ
September 25, 2010
A worker puts glue on a shoe during a shoemaking process at a factory in Novo Hamburgo, in the state...
NOVO HAMBURGO, Brazil
To match Special Report BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA
A worker puts glue on a shoe during a shoemaking process at a factory in Novo Hamburgo, in the state of Rio Grande do Sul August 5, 2010. Even among emerging market powerhouses, Brazil and China stand out. And as they've grown, the two countries have become more intertwined than ever. Shoes are so basic to the city of Novo Hamburgo that even a waitress, on hearing mention of China, immediately brings up the footwear industry. About 70 percent of the city budget derives, directly or indirectly, from shoes, the mayor says. The town bled jobs in recent years, as Chinese companies lured away Brazilian workers to jump-start the sector abroad and Brazil's shoe exports fell almost in half by weight from 2004 to 2009, or 22 percent by dollar value. Picture taken August 5, 2010. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA
RTXSMGY
September 25, 2010
Workers make a shoe during a shoemaking process at a factory in Novo Hamburgo, in the state of Rio Grande...
NOVO HAMBURGO, Brazil
To match Special Report BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA
Workers make a shoe during a shoemaking process at a factory in Novo Hamburgo, in the state of Rio Grande do Sul August 4, 2010. Even among emerging market powerhouses, Brazil and China stand out. And as they've grown, the two countries have become more intertwined than ever. Shoes are so basic to the city of Novo Hamburgo that even a waitress, on hearing mention of China, immediately brings up the footwear industry. About 70 percent of the city budget derives, directly or indirectly, from shoes, the mayor says. The town bled jobs in recent years, as Chinese companies lured away Brazilian workers to jump-start the sector abroad and Brazil's shoe exports fell almost in half by weight from 2004 to 2009, or 22 percent by dollar value. Picture taken August 5, 2010. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA
RTXSMGX
September 25, 2010
A worker makes a shoe during a shoemaking process at a factory in Novo Hamburgo, in the state of Rio...
NOVO HAMBURGO, Brazil
To match Special Report BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA
A worker makes a shoe during a shoemaking process at a factory in Novo Hamburgo, in the state of Rio Grande do Sul August 5, 2010. Even among emerging market powerhouses, Brazil and China stand out. And as they've grown, the two countries have become more intertwined than ever. Shoes are so basic to the city of Novo Hamburgo that even a waitress, on hearing mention of China, immediately brings up the footwear industry. About 70 percent of the city budget derives, directly or indirectly, from shoes, the mayor says. The town bled jobs in recent years, as Chinese companies lured away Brazilian workers to jump-start the sector abroad and Brazil's shoe exports fell almost in half by weight from 2004 to 2009, or 22 percent by dollar value. Picture taken August 5, 2010. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA
RTXSMGW
September 25, 2010
A worker makes a pair of shoes during a shoemaking process at a factory in Novo Hamburgo, in the state...
NOVO HAMBURGO, Brazil
To match Special Report BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA
A worker makes a pair of shoes during a shoemaking process at a factory in Novo Hamburgo, in the state of Rio Grande do Sul August 5, 2010. Even among emerging market powerhouses, Brazil and China stand out. And as they've grown, the two countries have become more intertwined than ever. Shoes are so basic to the city of Novo Hamburgo that even a waitress, on hearing mention of China, immediately brings up the footwear industry. About 70 percent of the city budget derives, directly or indirectly, from shoes, the mayor says. The town bled jobs in recent years, as Chinese companies lured away Brazilian workers to jump-start the sector abroad and Brazil's shoe exports fell almost in half by weight from 2004 to 2009, or 22 percent by dollar value. Picture taken August 5, 2010. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA
RTXSMGV
September 25, 2010
A worker sews a shoe during a shoemaking process at a factory in Novo Hamburgo, in the state of Rio Grande...
NOVO HAMBURGO, Brazil
To match Special Report BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA
A worker sews a shoe during a shoemaking process at a factory in Novo Hamburgo, in the state of Rio Grande do Sul August 5, 2010. Even among emerging market powerhouses, Brazil and China stand out. And as they've grown, the two countries have become more intertwined than ever. Shoes are so basic to the city of Novo Hamburgo that even a waitress, on hearing mention of China, immediately brings up the footwear industry. About 70 percent of the city budget derives, directly or indirectly, from shoes, the mayor says. The town bled jobs in recent years, as Chinese companies lured away Brazilian workers to jump-start the sector abroad and Brazil's shoe exports fell almost in half by weight from 2004 to 2009, or 22 percent by dollar value. Picture taken August 5, 2010. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA
RTXSMGU
September 25, 2010
A worker places a sole on a shoe during a shoemaking process at a factory in Novo Hamburgo, in the state...
NOVO HAMBURGO, Brazil
To match Special Report BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA
A worker places a sole on a shoe during a shoemaking process at a factory in Novo Hamburgo, in the state of Rio Grande do Sul August 5, 2010. Even among emerging market powerhouses, Brazil and China stand out. And as they've grown, the two countries have become more intertwined than ever. Shoes are so basic to the city of Novo Hamburgo that even a waitress, on hearing mention of China, immediately brings up the footwear industry. About 70 percent of the city budget derives, directly or indirectly, from shoes, the mayor says. The town bled jobs in recent years, as Chinese companies lured away Brazilian workers to jump-start the sector abroad and Brazil's shoe exports fell almost in half by weight from 2004 to 2009, or 22 percent by dollar value. Picture taken August 5, 2010. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA
RTXSMGT
September 25, 2010
Shoe moulds are seen during a shoemaking process at a factory in Novo Hamburgo, in the state of Rio Grande...
NOVO HAMBURGO, Brazil
To match Special Report BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA
Shoe moulds are seen during a shoemaking process at a factory in Novo Hamburgo, in the state of Rio Grande do Sul August 5, 2010. Even among emerging market powerhouses, Brazil and China stand out. And as they've grown, the two countries have become more intertwined than ever. Shoes are so basic to the city of Novo Hamburgo that even a waitress, on hearing mention of China, immediately brings up the footwear industry. About 70 percent of the city budget derives, directly or indirectly, from shoes, the mayor says. The town bled jobs in recent years, as Chinese companies lured away Brazilian workers to jump-start the sector abroad and Brazil's shoe exports fell almost in half by weight from 2004 to 2009, or 22 percent by dollar value. Picture taken August 5, 2010. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA
RTXSMGS
September 25, 2010
Workers colourise leather which will be used to make shoes at a factory in Novo Hamburgo, in the state...
NOVO HAMBURGO, Brazil
To match Special Report BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA
Workers colourise leather which will be used to make shoes at a factory in Novo Hamburgo, in the state of Rio Grande do Sul August 4, 2010. Even among emerging market powerhouses, Brazil and China stand out. And as they've grown, the two countries have become more intertwined than ever. Shoes are so basic to the city of Novo Hamburgo that even a waitress, on hearing mention of China, immediately brings up the footwear industry. About 70 percent of the city budget derives, directly or indirectly, from shoes, the mayor says. The town bled jobs in recent years, as Chinese companies lured away Brazilian workers to jump-start the sector abroad and Brazil's shoe exports fell almost in half by weight from 2004 to 2009, or 22 percent by dollar value. Picture taken August 4, 2010. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA
RTXSMGR
September 25, 2010
A worker makes leather shoes during a shoemaking process at a factory in Novo Hamburgo, in the state...
NOVO HAMBURGO, Brazil
To match Special Report BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA
A worker makes leather shoes during a shoemaking process at a factory in Novo Hamburgo, in the state of Rio Grande do Sul August 4, 2010. Even among emerging market powerhouses, Brazil and China stand out. And as they've grown, the two countries have become more intertwined than ever. Shoes are so basic to the city of Novo Hamburgo that even a waitress, on hearing mention of China, immediately brings up the footwear industry. About 70 percent of the city budget derives, directly or indirectly, from shoes, the mayor says. The town bled jobs in recent years, as Chinese companies lured away Brazilian workers to jump-start the sector abroad and Brazil's shoe exports fell almost in half by weight from 2004 to 2009, or 22 percent by dollar value. Picture taken August 4, 2010. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA
RTXSMGQ
September 25, 2010
A worker makes shoes during a shoemaking process at a factory in Novo Hamburgo, in the state of Rio Grande...
NOVO HAMBURGO, Brazil
To match Special Report BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA
A worker makes shoes during a shoemaking process at a factory in Novo Hamburgo, in the state of Rio Grande do Sul August 4, 2010. Even among emerging market powerhouses, Brazil and China stand out. And as they've grown, the two countries have become more intertwined than ever. Shoes are so basic to the city of Novo Hamburgo that even a waitress, on hearing mention of China, immediately brings up the footwear industry. About 70 percent of the city budget derives, directly or indirectly, from shoes, the mayor says. The town bled jobs in recent years, as Chinese companies lured away Brazilian workers to jump-start the sector abroad and Brazil's shoe exports fell almost in half by weight from 2004 to 2009, or 22 percent by dollar value. Picture taken August 4, 2010. To match Special Report BRAZIL-ECONOMY/CHINA REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
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