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PHILIPPINES-ECONOMY/GROWTH
RTR20I62 
July 31, 2008 
A driver fills up his motorcycle engine with gasoline packaged in soda bottles along a main street in... 
Manila, Philippines 
Driver fills up his motorcycle engine with gasoline packaged in soda bottles along main street in Manila... 
A driver fills up his motorcycle engine with gasoline packaged in soda bottles along a main street in Manila July 31, 2008. The Philippine economy likely grew around 5.7 percent in the April to June quarter from a year ago, outpacing a 5.2 percent expansion in the first quarter, mainly due to a robust services sector, a senior government official said on Thursday.
REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES) 
HARLEY/
RTX7VOT 
July 13, 2008 
A visitor looks at motorcycle fuel tanks on display during the grand opening of the Harley-Davidson Museum... 
Milwaukee, UNITED STATES 
A visitor looks at motorcycle fuel tanks on display during the grand opening of the Harley-Davidson Museum... 
A visitor looks at motorcycle fuel tanks on display during the grand opening of the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, July 12, 2008, showcasing more than a century of the company's history that began in Milwaukee in 1903. Harley-Davidson Inc said on Friday it would buy privately held Italian motorcycle maker MV Agusta Group for 25 million euros ($39 million), sending its shares down 4 percent. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (UNITED STATES) 
HARLEY/
RTX7VOH 
July 13, 2008 
A motorcycle and parts are shown on a display during the grand opening of the Harley-Davidson Museum... 
Milwaukee, UNITED STATES 
A motorcycle and parts are shown on a display during the grand opening of the Harley-Davidson Museum... 
A motorcycle and parts are shown on a display during the grand opening of the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, July 12, 2008, showcasing more than a century of the company's history that began in Milwaukee in 1903. Harley-Davidson Inc said on Friday it would buy privately held Italian motorcycle maker MV Agusta Group for 25 million euros ($39 million), sending its shares down 4 percent. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (UNITED STATES) 
HARLEY/
RTX7VOC 
July 13, 2008 
Motorcycle fuel tanks are exhibited on a wall during the grand opening of the Harley-Davidson Museum... 
Milwaukee, UNITED STATES 
Motorcycle fuel tanks are shown in a display on a wall during the grand opening of the Harley-Davidson... 
Motorcycle fuel tanks are exhibited on a wall during the grand opening of the Harley-Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, July 12, 2008, showcasing more than a century of the company's history that began in Milwaukee in 1903. Harley-Davidson Inc said on Friday it would buy privately held Italian motorcycle maker MV Agusta Group for 25 million euros ($39 million), sending its shares down 4 percent. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (UNITED STATES) 
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/CAR
RTX5Y6D 
May 20, 2008 
Palestinian electrical engineer Fayez Anan (L) stands near an electric car in Gaza May 20, 2008. A Palestinian-designed... 
Gaza, Palestinian Territories 
Palestinian electrical engineer stands near electric car in Gaza 
Palestinian electrical engineer Fayez Anan (L) stands near an electric car in Gaza May 20, 2008. A Palestinian-designed electric car drew admiring stares on Tuesday from Gazans forced to use cooking oil to power their cars because of a fuel shortage. Anan and fellow electrical engineer Wasim al-Khuzundar, hooked up an engine to 32 batteries. Driving their small car through the streets of Gaza City, they said the vehicle could travel up to 200 km (120 miles) on a single charge. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA) 
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/BLOCKADE
RTR1ZH2R 
April 14, 2008 
A Palestinian boy looks at a mechanic convert a car to run on cooking gas from petroleum because of a... 
Gaza, Palestinian Territories 
A Palestinian boy looks at a mechanic convert a car to run on cooking gas from petroleum because of a... 
A Palestinian boy looks at a mechanic convert a car to run on cooking gas from petroleum because of a fuel crisis in the Gaza Strip April 14, 2008. Israel accuses Hamas of preventing distribution of fuel in order to create a crisis to pressure Israel to ease its blockade of the territory. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa (GAZA) 
QANTAS/RESULTS
RTR1XCVQ 
February 21, 2008 
A ground staff member stands beside a fuel attachment to a Qantas plane at Sydney airport February 21,... 
Sydney, Australia 
A ground staff member stands beside a fuel attachment to a Qantas plane at Sydney airport 
A ground staff member stands beside a fuel attachment to a Qantas plane at Sydney airport February 21, 2008. Qantas Airways Ltd, Australia's biggest airline, beat market estimates with a doubling in first-half profit and forecast at least 40 percent rise in full-year earnings, buoying its shares. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA) 
CHINA-OIL/SUPPLIES
RTXDSI 
November 15, 2007 
A worker puts petrol into a portable generator at a construction site in Beijing November 15, 2007. China's... 
Beijing, China 
A worker puts petrol into a portable generator at a construction site in Beijing 
A worker puts petrol into a portable generator at a construction site in Beijing November 15, 2007. China's Premier Wen Jiabao called on refiners to ensure fuel supplies as drivers faced queues and rationing on Wednesday, despite a recent price hike aimed at pushing oil firms to boost flows of products. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA) 
INDIA-OIL/
RTXAJY 
November 13, 2007 
Eight-year-old Gudia, an oil scavenger, walks back after collecting engine oil at an auto workshop in... 
Jammu, India 
Eight-year-old Gudia, an oil scavenger, walks back after collecting engine oil at an auto workshop in... 
Eight-year-old Gudia, an oil scavenger, walks back after collecting engine oil at an auto workshop in Jammu November 13, 2007. The government said on Tuesday it would not raise prices of petrol and diesel for now as the government is compensating retailers for selling cheap fuel at a time when global crude prices have soared, and it had to protect the poor. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR) 
INDIA-OIL/
RTXAJN 
November 13, 2007 
Eight-year-old Gudia, an oil scavenger, walks back after collecting engine oil at an auto workshop in... 
Jammu, India 
Eight-year-old Gudia, an oil scavenger, walks back after collecting engine oil at an auto workshop in... 
Eight-year-old Gudia, an oil scavenger, walks back after collecting engine oil at an auto workshop in Jammu November 13, 2007. The government said on Tuesday it would not raise prices of petrol and diesel for now as the government is compensating retailers for selling cheap fuel at a time when global crude prices have soared, and it had to protect the poor. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR) 
INDIA-OIL/
RTXAJD 
November 13, 2007 
Eight-year-old Gudia, an oil scavenger, collects engine oil at an auto workshop in Jammu November 13,... 
Jammu, India 
Eight-year-old Gudia, an oil scavenger, collects engine oil at an auto workshop in Jammu 
Eight-year-old Gudia, an oil scavenger, collects engine oil at an auto workshop in Jammu November 13, 2007. The government said on Tuesday it would not raise prices of petrol and diesel for now as the government is compensating retailers for selling cheap fuel at a time when global crude prices have soared, and it had to protect the poor. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR) 
INDIA-OIL/
RTXAIW 
November 13, 2007 
Gudia, an eight-year-old oil scavenger, collects engine oil at an auto workshop in Jammu November 13,... 
Jammu, India 
Gudia, an eight-year-old oil scavenger, collects engine oil at an auto workshop in Jammu 
Gudia, an eight-year-old oil scavenger, collects engine oil at an auto workshop in Jammu November 13, 2007. The government said on Tuesday it would not raise prices of petrol and diesel for now as the government is compensating retailers for selling cheap fuel at a time when global crude prices have soared, and it had to protect the poor. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR) 
SPAIN
RTR1LU9B 
January 31, 2007 
Workers and volunteers clean up engine fuel from a refrigerator ship that ran aground near Algeciras,... 
Algeciras, Spain 
Workers and volunteers clean up engine fuel from a refrigerator ship that ran aground near Algeciras 
Workers and volunteers clean up engine fuel from a refrigerator ship that ran aground near Algeciras, southern Spain, January 31, 2007. The ship ran aground on a Spanish beach in stormy seas on Sunday, breaching the hull and spilling engine fuel over protected coasts near Gibraltar, Spanish media reported environmental groups as saying. REUTERS/Anton Meres (SPAIN) 
SPAIN-SHIP/
RTR1LSYH 
January 30, 2007 
Men clean up engine fuel from a refrigerator ship that ran aground near Algeciras, southern Spain, January... 
multiple cities, Spain 
Men clean up engine fuel from a refrigerator ship that ran aground near Algeciras 
Men clean up engine fuel from a refrigerator ship that ran aground near Algeciras, southern Spain, January 30, 2007. The ship ran aground on a Spanish beach in stormy seas on Sunday, breaching the hull and spilling engine fuel over protected coasts near Gibraltar, Spanish media reported environmental groups as saying. REUTERS/Anton Meres (SPAIN)
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TURKEY SHIPBUILDING
RTR1GDSU 
August 15, 2006 
Workers and engineers stand dwarfed by a shallow waters oil drilling ship Songa Saturn inside a pool... 
Istanbul, Turkey 
To match feature TURKEY SHIPBUILDING 
Workers and engineers stand dwarfed by a shallow waters oil drilling ship Songa Saturn inside a pool in the shipyard in Tuzla near Istanbul in this July 31, 2006 file photo. The docks tell the story of Turkish shipyards, where luxury yachts, chemical and petrol carriers, as well as oil drilling vessels doubled export revenues in 2005 and have helped revive the region's once flourishing shipbuilding tradition. Picture was taken on July 31, 2006. To match feature TURKEY SHIPBUILDING REUTERS/Fatih Saribas (TURKEY) 
KAZAKHSTAN VIOLENCE
RTR1FHL4 
July 14, 2006 
A squatter rolls out barbed across a street near a burning fire engine on the outskirts of Kazakhstan's... 
Almaty, Kazakhstan 
A squatter rolls out barbed across a street near a burning fire engine on the outskirts of Almaty 
A squatter rolls out barbed across a street near a burning fire engine on the outskirts of Kazakhstan's commercial capital Almaty July 14, 2006. Kazakh squatters threw petrol bombs, torched tyres and took at a policeman hostage on Friday to prevent police evicting them from land they say is theirs. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN) 
KAZAKHSTAN VIOLENCE
RTR1FHL2 
July 14, 2006 
Squatters gather near a burning fire engine on the outskirts of Kazakhstan's commercial capital Almaty... 
Almaty, Kazakhstan 
Squatters gather near a burning fire engine on the outskirts of Almaty 
Squatters gather near a burning fire engine on the outskirts of Kazakhstan's commercial capital Almaty July 14, 2006. Kazakh squatters threw petrol bombs, torched tyres and took at a policeman hostage on Friday to prevent police evicting them from land they say is theirs. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov (KAZAKHSTAN) 
BRAZIL
RTXODO3 
March 13, 2006 
A truck is loaded with sugar cane, which will be used in the production of ethanol, in the southern Brazilian... 
Sao Tome, Brazil 
A truck is loaded with sugar cane, which will be used in the production of ethanol, in the southern ..... 
A truck is loaded with sugar cane, which will be used in the production of ethanol, in the southern Brazilian state of Parana March 11, 2006. [The ethanol Brazil produces from sugar cane is attracting worldwide interest, for it is one of the cheapest and most dependable types of fuel derived from renewable sources. Three-quarters of the cars now being produced in Brazil have "flex-fuel" engines, capable of running on either ethanol or petrol, or any mixture of the two. Brazil is the world's largest producer and exporter of sugar and ethanol. Picture taken March 11, 2006.] 
BRAZIL
RTXODO2 
March 13, 2006 
A researcher works with sugar cane juice at Sao Tome distillery's laboratory in the southern Brazilian... 
Sao Tome, Brazil 
A researcher works with sugar cane juice at Sao Tome distillery's laboratory in the southern Brazili..... 
A researcher works with sugar cane juice at Sao Tome distillery's laboratory in the southern Brazilian state of Parana March 11, 2006. The ethanol Brazil produces from sugar cane is attracting worldwide interest, for it is one of the cheapest and most dependable types of fuel derived from renewable sources. [Three-quarters of the cars now being produced in Brazil have "flex-fuel" engines, capable of running on either ethanol or petrol, or any mixture of the two. Brazil is the world's largest producer and exporter of sugar and ethanol. Picture taken March 11, 2006.] 
BRAZIL
RTXODO1 
March 13, 2006 
Trucks are loaded with sugar cane, which will be used in the production of ethanol, in the southern Brazilian... 
Sao Tome, Brazil 
Trucks are loaded with sugar cane, which will be used in the production of ethanol, in the southern ..... 
Trucks are loaded with sugar cane, which will be used in the production of ethanol, in the southern Brazilian state of Parana March 11, 2006. [The ethanol Brazil produces from sugar cane is attracting worldwide interest, for it is one of the cheapest and most dependable types of fuel derived from renewable sources. Three-quarters of the cars now being produced in Brazil have "flex-fuel" engines, capable of running on either ethanol or petrol, or any mixture of the two. Brazil is the world's largest producer and exporter of sugar and ethanol. Photo taken March 11, 2006.] 
BRAZIL ETHANOL
RTR1C8OS 
March 13, 2006 
Trucks are loaded with sugar cane, which will be used in the production of ethanol, in the southern Brazilian... 
Sao Tome, Brazil 
Trucks are loaded with sugar cane in the southern Brazilian state of Parana 
Trucks are loaded with sugar cane, which will be used in the production of ethanol, in the southern Brazilian state of Parana March 11, 2006. The ethanol Brazil produces from sugar cane is attracting worldwide interest, for it is one of the cheapest and most dependable types of fuel derived from renewable sources. Three-quarters of the cars now being produced in Brazil have "flex-fuel" engines, capable of running on either ethanol or petrol, or any mixture of the two. Brazil is the world's largest producer and exporter of sugar and ethanol. Picture taken March 11, 2006. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker 
BRAZIL ETHANOL
RTR1C8OR 
March 13, 2006 
Tons of sugar cane, which will be used in the production of ethanol, are seen at Sao Tome distillery... 
Sao Tome, Brazil 
Tons of sugar cane are seen at Sao Tome distillery in the southern Brazilian state of Parana 
Tons of sugar cane, which will be used in the production of ethanol, are seen at Sao Tome distillery in the southern Brazilian state of Parana March 11, 2006. The ethanol Brazil produces from sugar cane is attracting worldwide interest, for it is one of the cheapest and most dependable types of fuel derived from renewable sources. Three-quarters of the cars now being produced in Brazil have "flex-fuel" engines, capable of running on either ethanol or petrol, or any mixture of the two. Brazil is the world's largest producer and exporter of sugar and ethanol. Picture taken March 11, 2006. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker 
BRAZIL ETHANOL
RTR1C8OQ 
March 13, 2006 
Sugar cane which will be used in the production of ethanol is washed at Sao Tome ethanol distillery in... 
Sao Tome, Brazil 
Sugar cane is washed at Sao Tome ethanol distillery in the southern Brazilian state of Parana 
Sugar cane which will be used in the production of ethanol is washed at Sao Tome ethanol distillery in the southern Brazilian state of Parana March 11, 2006. The ethanol Brazil produces from sugar cane is attracting worldwide interest, for it is one of the cheapest and most dependable types of fuel derived from renewable sources. Three-quarters of the cars now being produced in Brazil have "flex-fuel" engines, capable of running on either ethanol or petrol, or any mixture of the two. Brazil is the world's largest producer and exporter of sugar and ethanol. Picture taken March 11, 2006. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker 
BRAZIL ETHANOL
RTR174ZB 
March 13, 2006 
A man works at Sao Tome's ethanol distillatory in the southern Brazilian state of Parana March 11, 2006.... 
Sao Tome, Brazil 
A man works at Sao Tome's ethanol distillatory in the southern Brazilian state of Parana 
A man works at Sao Tome's ethanol distillatory in the southern Brazilian state of Parana March 11, 2006. The ethanol Brazil produces from sugar cane is attracting worldwide interest, for it is one of the cheapest and most dependable types of fuel derived from renewable sources. Three-quarters of the cars now being produced in Brazil have "flex-fuel" engines, capable of running on either ethanol or petrol, or any mixture of the two. Brazil is the world's largest producer and exporter of sugar and ethanol. Picture taken March 11, 2006. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker 
BRAZIL ETHANOL
RTR174XN 
March 13, 2006 
Workers take a break after harvesting sugar cane at Sao Tome plantation in the southern Brazilian state... 
Sao Tome, Brazil 
Workers take a break after harvesting sugar cane at Sao Tome plantation in the southern Brazilian state... 
Workers take a break after harvesting sugar cane at Sao Tome plantation in the southern Brazilian state of Parana March 11, 2006. The ethanol Brazil produces from sugar cane is attracting worldwide interest, for it is one of the cheapest and most dependable types of fuel derived from renewable sources. Three-quarters of the cars now being produced in Brazil have 'flex-fuel' engines, capable of running on either ethanol or petrol, or any mixture of the two. Brazil is the world's largest producer and exporter of sugar and ethanol. Picture taken March 11, 2006. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker 
BRAZIL ETHANOL
RTR174XM 
March 13, 2006 
Workers harvest sugar cane at Sao Tome plantation in the southern Brazilian state of Parana March 11,... 
Sao Tome, Brazil 
Workers harvest sugar cane at Sao Tome plantation in the southern Brazilian state of Parana 
Workers harvest sugar cane at Sao Tome plantation in the southern Brazilian state of Parana March 11, 2006. The ethanol Brazil produces from sugar cane is attracting worldwide interest, for it is one of the cheapest and most dependable types of fuel derived from renewable sources. Three-quarters of the cars now being produced in Brazil have 'flex-fuel' engines, capable of running on either ethanol or petrol, or any mixture of the two. Brazil is the world's largest producer and exporter of sugar and ethanol. Photo taken March 11, 2006. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker 
BRAZIL ETHANOL
RTR174XL 
March 13, 2006 
Sugar cane, which will be used in the production of ethanol, is washed at Sao Tome ethanol distillery... 
Sao Tome, Brazil 
Sugar cane is washed at Sao Tome ethanol distillery in the southern Brazilian state of Parana 
Sugar cane, which will be used in the production of ethanol, is washed at Sao Tome ethanol distillery in the southern Brazilian state of Parana March 11, 2006. The ethanol Brazil produces from sugar cane is attracting worldwide interest, for it is one of the cheapest and most dependable types of fuel derived from renewable sources. Three-quarters of the cars now being produced in Brazil have "flex-fuel" engines, capable of running on either ethanol or petrol, or any mixture of the two. Brazil is the world's largest producer and exporter of sugar and ethanol. Picture taken March 11, 2006. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker 
BRAZIL ETHANOL
RTR174XG 
March 13, 2006 
A truck is loaded with ethanol at Sao Tome's ethanol refinery in the southern Brazilian state of Parana,... 
Sao Tome, Brazil 
A truck is loaded with ethanol at Sao Tome ethanol distillery in the southern Brazilian state of Parana... 
A truck is loaded with ethanol at Sao Tome's ethanol refinery in the southern Brazilian state of Parana, March 11, 2006. The ethanol Brazil produces from sugar cane is attracting worldwide interest, for it is one of the cheapest and most dependable types of fuel derived from renewable sources. Three-quarters of the cars now being produced in Brazil have "flex-fuel" engines, capable of running on either ethanol or petrol, or any mixture of the two. Brazil is the world's largest producer and exporter of sugar and ethanol. Pictue taken March 11, 2006. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker 
BRAZIL ETHANOL
RTR174XD 
March 13, 2006 
A worker harvests sugar cane at Sao Tome plantation in the southern Brazilian state of Parana, March... 
Sao Tome, Brazil 
A worker harvests sugar cane at Sao Tome plantation in the southern Brazilian state of Parana 
A worker harvests sugar cane at Sao Tome plantation in the southern Brazilian state of Parana, March 11, 2006. The ethanol Brazil produces from sugar cane is attracting worldwide interest, for it is one of the cheapest and most dependable types of fuel derived from renewable sources. Three-quarters of the cars now being produced in Brazil have 'flex-fuel' engines, capable of running on either ethanol or petrol, or any mixture of the two. Brazil is the world's largest producer and exporter of sugar and ethanol. Photo taken March 11, 2006. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker 
BRAZIL ETHANOL
RTR174XC 
March 13, 2006 
A truck is loaded with ethanol at Sao Tome's ethanol refinary, in the southern Brazilian state of Parana,... 
Sao Tome, Brazil 
A truck is loaded with ethanol at Sao Tome ethanol distillery in the southern Brazilian state of Parana... 
A truck is loaded with ethanol at Sao Tome's ethanol refinary, in the southern Brazilian state of Parana, March 11, 2006. The ethanol Brazil produces from sugar cane is attracting worldwide interest, for it is one of the cheapest and most dependable types of fuel derived from renewable sources. Three-quarters of the cars now being produced in Brazil have "flex-fuel" engines, capable of running on either ethanol or petrol, or any mixture of the two. Brazil is the world's largest producer and exporter of sugar and ethanol. Pictue taken March 11, 2006. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker 
BRAZIL ETHANOL
RTR174XA 
March 13, 2006 
A truck is used to carry a load of sugar cane to a refinery in the southern Brazilian state of Parana... 
Sao Tome, Brazil 
A truck is used to carry a load of sugarcane to a refinery in Brazil 
A truck is used to carry a load of sugar cane to a refinery in the southern Brazilian state of Parana March 11, 2006. The ethanol Brazil produces from sugar cane is attracting worldwide interest, for it is one of the cheapest and most dependable types of fuel derived from renewable sources. Three-quarters of the cars now being produced in Brazil have "flex-fuel" engines, capable of running on either ethanol or petrol, or any mixture of the two. Brazil is the world's largest producer and exporter of sugar and ethanol. Picture taken March 11, 2006. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker 
BRAZIL ETHANOL
RTR174X9 
March 13, 2006 
A worker takes a break after harvesting sugar cane at the Sao Tome plantation in the southern Brazilian... 
Sao Tome, Brazil 
Worker takes break after harvesting sugar cane at Sao Tome plantation in the southern Brazilian state... 
A worker takes a break after harvesting sugar cane at the Sao Tome plantation in the southern Brazilian state of Parana March 11, 2006. The ethanol Brazil produces from sugar cane is attracting worldwide interest, for it is one of the cheapest and most dependable types of fuel derived from renewable sources. Three-quarters of the cars now being produced in Brazil have 'flex-fuel' engines, capable of running on either ethanol or petrol, or any mixture of the two. Brazil is the world's largest producer and exporter of sugar and ethanol. Photo taken March 11, 2006. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker 
BRAZIL ETHANOL
RTR174X8 
March 13, 2006 
A truck is loaded with sugar cane, which will be used in the production of ethanol, in the southern Brazilian... 
Sao Tome, Brazil 
A truck is loaded with sugar cane in the southern Brazilian state of Parana 
A truck is loaded with sugar cane, which will be used in the production of ethanol, in the southern Brazilian state of Parana March 11, 2006. The ethanol Brazil produces from sugar cane is attracting worldwide interest, for it is one of the cheapest and most dependable types of fuel derived from renewable sources. Three-quarters of the cars now being produced in Brazil have "flex-fuel" engines, capable of running on either ethanol or petrol, or any mixture of the two. Brazil is the world's largest producer and exporter of sugar and ethanol. Picture taken March 11, 2006. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker 
BRAZIL ETHANOL
RTR174X5 
March 13, 2006 
Tons of sugar cane, which will be used in the production of ethanol, are seen at Sao Tome distillery... 
Sao Tome, Brazil 
Tons of sugar cane are seen at Sao Tome distillery in the southern Brazilian state of Parana 
Tons of sugar cane, which will be used in the production of ethanol, are seen at Sao Tome distillery in the southern Brazilian state of Parana March 11, 2006. The ethanol Brazil produces from sugar cane is attracting worldwide interest, for it is one of the cheapest and most dependable types of fuel derived from renewable sources. Three-quarters of the cars now being produced in Brazil have "flex-fuel" engines, capable of running on either ethanol or petrol, or any mixture of the two. Brazil is the world's largest producer and exporter of sugar and ethanol. Picture taken March 11, 2006. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker 
BRAZIL ETHANOL
RTR174X4 
March 13, 2006 
Tons of sugar cane, which will be used in the production of ethanol, are seen at Sao Tome distillery... 
Sao Tome, Brazil 
Tons of sugar cane are seen at Sao Tome distillery in the southern Brazilian state of Parana 
Tons of sugar cane, which will be used in the production of ethanol, are seen at Sao Tome distillery in the southern Brazilian state of Parana March 11, 2006. The ethanol Brazil produces from sugar cane is attracting worldwide interest, for it is one of the cheapest and most dependable types of fuel derived from renewable sources. Three-quarters of the cars now being produced in Brazil have "flex-fuel" engines, capable of running on either ethanol or petrol, or any mixture of the two. Brazil is the world's largest producer and exporter of sugar and ethanol. Picture taken March 11, 2006. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker 
BRAZIL ETHANOL
RTR174X3 
March 13, 2006 
A researcher works with sugar cane juice at Sao Tome distillery's laboratory in the southern Brazilian... 
Sao Tome, Brazil 
A researcher works with sugar cane juice at Sao Tome distillery's laboratory in Parana 
A researcher works with sugar cane juice at Sao Tome distillery's laboratory in the southern Brazilian state of Parana March 11, 2006. The ethanol Brazil produces from sugar cane is attracting worldwide interest, for it is one of the cheapest and most dependable types of fuel derived from renewable sources. Three-quarters of the cars now being produced in Brazil have "flex-fuel" engines, capable of running on either ethanol or petrol, or any mixture of the two. Brazil is the world's largest producer and exporter of sugar and ethanol. Picture taken March 11, 2006. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker 
BRAZIL ETHANOL
RTR174X1 
March 13, 2006 
A worker walks along Sao Tome ethanol distillery in the southern Brazilian state of Parana March 11,... 
Sao Tome, Brazil 
A worker walks along Sao Tome ethanol distillery in the southern Brazilian state of Parana 
A worker walks along Sao Tome ethanol distillery in the southern Brazilian state of Parana March 11, 2006. The ethanol Brazil produces from sugar cane is attracting worldwide interest, for it is one of the cheapest and most dependable types of fuel derived from renewable sources. Three-quarters of the cars now being produced in Brazil have 'flex-fuel' engines, capable of running on either ethanol or petrol, or any mixture of the two. Brazil is the world's largest producer and exporter of sugar and ethanol. Photo taken March 11, 2006. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker 
BRAZIL ETHANOL
RTR174X0 
March 13, 2006 
Trucks are loaded with sugar cane, which will be used in the production of ethanol, in the southern Brazilian... 
Sao Tome, Brazil 
Trucks are loaded with sugar cane in the southern Brazilian state of Parana 
Trucks are loaded with sugar cane, which will be used in the production of ethanol, in the southern Brazilian state of Parana March 11, 2006. The ethanol Brazil produces from sugar cane is attracting worldwide interest, for it is one of the cheapest and most dependable types of fuel derived from renewable sources. Three-quarters of the cars now being produced in Brazil have "flex-fuel" engines, capable of running on either ethanol or petrol, or any mixture of the two. Brazil is the world's largest producer and exporter of sugar and ethanol. Photo taken March 11, 2006. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker 
BRAZIL ETHANOL
RTR174WW 
March 13, 2006 
A worker walks past a mountain with tons of sugar cane which will be used in the production of ethanol... 
Sao Tome, Brazil 
Worker walks past tons of sugar cane in the southern Brazilian state of Parana 
A worker walks past a mountain with tons of sugar cane which will be used in the production of ethanol in the southern Brazilian state of Parana March 11, 2006. The ethanol Brazil produces from sugar cane is attracting worldwide interest, for it is one of the cheapest and most dependable types of fuel derived from renewable sources. Three-quarters of the cars now being produced in Brazil have "flex-fuel" engines, capable of running on either ethanol or petrol, or any mixture of the two. Brazil is the world's largest producer and exporter of sugar and ethanol. Photo taken March 11, 2006. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker 
BRAZIL
RTXOEA1 
March 12, 2006 
-PHOTO TAKEN 11MAR06- A worker walks along Sao Tome ethanol distillery in the southern Brazilian state... 
Sao Tome, Brazil 
-PHOTO TAKEN 11MAR06- A worker walks along Sao Tome ethanol distillery in the southern Brazilian sta..... 
-PHOTO TAKEN 11MAR06- A worker walks along Sao Tome ethanol distillery in the southern Brazilian state of Parana March 11, 2006. The ethanol Brazil produces from sugar cane is attracting worldwide interest, for it is one of the cheapest and most dependable types of fuel derived from renewable sources. [Three-quarters of the cars now being produced in Brazil have "flex-fuel" engines, capable of running on either ethanol or petrol, or any mixture of the two.] Brazil is the world's largest producer and exporter of sugar and ethanol. Picture taken March 11, 2006. 
BRAZIL
RTXOEA0 
March 12, 2006 
-PHOTO TAKEN 11MAR06- Sugar cane, which will be used in the production of ethanol, are washed at Sao... 
Sao Tome, Brazil 
-PHOTO TAKEN 11MAR06- Sugar cane, which will be used in the production of ethanol, are washed at Sao..... 
-PHOTO TAKEN 11MAR06- Sugar cane, which will be used in the production of ethanol, are washed at Sao Tome ethanol distillery in the southern Brazilian state of Parana March 11, 2006. The ethanol Brazil produces from sugar cane is attracting worldwide interest, for it is one of the cheapest and most dependable types of fuel derived from renewable sources. [Three-quarters of the cars now being produced in Brazil have "flex-fuel" engines, capable of running on either ethanol or petrol, or any mixture of the two.] Brazil is the world's largest producer and exporter of sugar and ethanol. Picture taken March 11, 2006. 
BRAZIL ETHANOL
RTR1C8IO 
March 12, 2006 
A worker walks along Sao Tome ethanol distillery in the southern Brazilian state of Parana March 11,... 
Sao Tome, Brazil 
A worker walks along Sao Tome ethanol distillery in the southern Brazilian state of Parana 
A worker walks along Sao Tome ethanol distillery in the southern Brazilian state of Parana March 11, 2006. The ethanol Brazil produces from sugar cane is attracting worldwide interest, for it is one of the cheapest and most dependable types of fuel derived from renewable sources. Three-quarters of the cars now being produced in Brazil have "flex-fuel" engines, capable of running on either ethanol or petrol, or any mixture of the two. Brazil is the world's largest producer and exporter of sugar and ethanol. Photo taken March 11, 2006. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker 
BRAZIL ETHANOL
RTR1C8IN 
March 12, 2006 
A worker takes a break after she harvested sugar cane at Sao Tome plantation in the southern Brazilian... 
Sao Tome, Brazil 
Worker takes break after she harvested sugar cane at Sao Tome plantation in the southern Brazilian state... 
A worker takes a break after she harvested sugar cane at Sao Tome plantation in the southern Brazilian state of Parana March 11, 2006. The ethanol Brazil produces from sugar cane is attracting worldwide interest, for it is one of the cheapest and most dependable types of fuel derived from renewable sources. Three-quarters of the cars now being produced in Brazil have "flex-fuel" engines, capable of running on either ethanol or petrol, or any mixture of the two. Brazil is the world's largest producer and exporter of sugar and ethanol. Photo taken March 11, 2006. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker 
BRAZIL ETHANOL
RTR1743L 
March 12, 2006 
Tons of sugar cane, which will be used in the production of ethanol, are seen at Sao Tome distillery... 
Sao Tome, Brazil 
Tons of sugar cane are seen at Sao Tome distillery in the southern Brazilian state of Parana 
Tons of sugar cane, which will be used in the production of ethanol, are seen at Sao Tome distillery in the southern Brazilian state of Parana March 11, 2006. The ethanol Brazil produces from sugar cane is attracting worldwide interest, for it is one of the cheapest and most dependable types of fuel derived from renewable sources. Three-quarters of the cars now being produced in Brazil have "flex-fuel" engines, capable of running on either ethanol or petrol, or any mixture of the two. Brazil is the world's largest producer and exporter of sugar and ethanol. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker 
BRAZIL ETHANOL
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March 12, 2006 
Trucks are loaded with sugar cane, which will be used in the production of ethanol, in the southern Brazilian... 
MARINGA, Brazil 
Trucks are loaded with sugar cane in the southern Brazilian state of Parana 
Trucks are loaded with sugar cane, which will be used in the production of ethanol, in the southern Brazilian state of Parana March 11, 2006. The ethanol Brazil produces from sugar cane is attracting worldwide interest, for it is one of the cheapest and most dependable types of fuel derived from renewable sources. Three-quarters of the cars now being produced in Brazil have "flex-fuel" engines, capable of running on either ethanol or petrol, or any mixture of the two. Brazil is the world's largest producer and exporter of sugar and ethanol. Photo taken March 11, 2006. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker 
BRAZIL ETHANOL
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March 12, 2006 
Sugar cane, which will be used in the production of ethanol, are washed at Sao Tome ethanol distillery... 
Sao Tome, Brazil 
Sugar cane are washed at Sao Tome ethanol distillery in the southern Brazilian state of Parana 
Sugar cane, which will be used in the production of ethanol, are washed at Sao Tome ethanol distillery in the southern Brazilian state of Parana March 11, 2006. The ethanol Brazil produces from sugar cane is attracting worldwide interest, for it is one of the cheapest and most dependable types of fuel derived from renewable sources. Three-quarters of the cars now being produced in Brazil have "flex-fuel" engines, capable of running on either ethanol or petrol, or any mixture of the two. Brazil is the world's largest producer and exporter of sugar and ethanol. Picture taken March 11, 2006. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker 
GERMANY
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March 02, 2006 
A woman wipes the windscreen of a new four-wheel drive Audi Q7 car during a presentation in Berlin March... 
Berlin, Germany 
Woman wipes windscreen of new four-wheel drive Audi Q7 car during presentation in Berlin 
A woman wipes the windscreen of a new four-wheel drive Audi Q7 car during a presentation in Berlin March 2, 2006. Audi's new Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) is available with two different engines, a 4.2 eight-cylinder petrol engine with 257 kW (350 bhp) and a 3.0-litre V6 TDI engine which develops 500 Nm of torque and 171 kW (233 bhp). REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann 
GERMANY
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March 02, 2006 
People stand around a new four-wheel drive Audi Q7 car during a presentation in Berlin March 2, 2006.... 
Berlin, Germany 
People stand around new four-wheel drive Audi Q7 car during presentation in Berlin 
People stand around a new four-wheel drive Audi Q7 car during a presentation in Berlin March 2, 2006. Audi's new Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) is available with two different engines, a 4.2 eight-cylinder petrol engine with 257 kW (350 bhp) and a 3.0-litre V6 TDI engine which develops 500 Nm of torque and 171 kW (233 bhp). REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann 
GERMANY
RTR16T4T 
March 02, 2006 
A new four-wheel drive Audi Q7 car stands on a stage during a presentation in Berlin March 2, 2006. Audi's... 
Berlin, Germany 
New four-wheel drive Audi Q7 car on a stage during presentation in Berlin 
A new four-wheel drive Audi Q7 car stands on a stage during a presentation in Berlin March 2, 2006. Audi's new Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) is available with two different engines, a 4.2 eight-cylinder petrol engine with 257 kW (350 bhp) and a 3.0-litre V6 TDI engine, which develops 500 Nm of torque and 171 kW (233 bhp). REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann 
GERMANY
RTR16T4Q 
March 02, 2006 
A new four-wheel drive Audi Q7 car stands on a stage during a presentation in Berlin March 2, 2006. Audi's... 
Berlin, Germany 
New four-wheel drive Audi Q7 car on a stage during presentation in Berlin 
A new four-wheel drive Audi Q7 car stands on a stage during a presentation in Berlin March 2, 2006. Audi's new Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) is available with two different engines, a 4.2 eight-cylinder petrol engine with 257 kW (350 bhp) and a 3.0-litre V6 TDI engine, which develops 500 Nm of torque and 171 kW (233 bhp). REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann 
GERMANY
RTR16T4P 
March 02, 2006 
A new four-wheel drive Audi Q7 car stands on a stage during a presentation in Berlin March 2, 2006. Audi's... 
Berlin, Germany 
A new four-wheel drive Audi Q7 car stands on a stage during a presentation in Berlin 
A new four-wheel drive Audi Q7 car stands on a stage during a presentation in Berlin March 2, 2006. Audi's new Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) is available with two different engines, an 4.2 eight-cylinder petrol engine with 257 kW (350 bhp) and an 3.0-litre V6 TDI engine, which develops 500 Nm of torque and 171 kW (233 bhp). REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann 
GERMANY
RTR16T4N 
March 02, 2006 
A woman cleans the windscreen of a new four-wheel drive Audi Q7 car during a presentation in Berlin March... 
Berlin, Germany 
A woman cleans the windscreen of a new four-wheel drive Audi Q7 car during a presentation in Berlin 
A woman cleans the windscreen of a new four-wheel drive Audi Q7 car during a presentation in Berlin March 2, 2006. Audi's new Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) is available with two different engines, an 4.2 eight-cylinder petrol engine with 257 kW (350 bhp) and an 3.0-litre V6 TDI engine, which develops 500 Nm of torque and 171 kW (233 bhp). REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann 
SAINT GEOURS
RTXO586 
January 12, 2006 
French carmaker Peugeot head Frederic Saint-Geours presents the new Peugeot 207 model to the media in... 
Villepinte, France 
French carmaker Peugeot head Frederic Saint-Geours presents the new Peugeot 207 model to the media i..... 
French carmaker Peugeot head Frederic Saint-Geours presents the new Peugeot 207 model to the media in Villepinte near Paris January 12, 2006. [The Peugeot 207 measures 4.03 m in length with a wheelbase of 2.54 m and is available with 1.4 litre or 1.6 litre petrol or diesel engines.] 
PEUGEOT
RTXO584 
January 12, 2006 
French carmaker Peugeot present their new Peugeot 207 to the media in Villepinte near Paris January 12,... 
Villepinte, France 
French carmaker Peugeot present their new Peugeot 207 to the media in Villepinte near Paris January ..... 
French carmaker Peugeot present their new Peugeot 207 to the media in Villepinte near Paris January 12, 2006. The Peugeot 207 measures 4.03 m (13 feet) in length with a wheelbase of 2.54 m (8.3 feet) and is available in 1.4 litre or 1.6 litre petrol or diesel engines. 
FRANCE
RTR182TT 
January 12, 2006 
Head of French carmaker Peugeot Frederic Saint-Geours presents their new Peugeot 207 to the media in... 
Villepinte, France 
Head of French carmaker Peugeot Frederic Saint-Geours presents their new Peugeot 207 to the media in... 
Head of French carmaker Peugeot Frederic Saint-Geours presents their new Peugeot 207 to the media in Villepinte near Paris January 12, 2006. The Peugeot 207 measures 4.03 m (13 feet) in length with a wheelbase of 2.54 m (8.3 feet) and is available in 1.4 litre or 1.6 litre petrol or diesel engines. REUTERS/Franck Prevel 
FRANCE
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January 12, 2006 
French carmaker Peugeot present their new Peugeot 207 to the media in Villepinte near Paris January 12,... 
Villepinte, France 
French carmaker Peugeot present their new Peugeot 207 to the media in Villepinte near Paris 
French carmaker Peugeot present their new Peugeot 207 to the media in Villepinte near Paris January 12, 2006. The Peugeot 207 measures 4.03 m (13 feet) in length with a wheelbase of 2.54 m (8.3 feet) and is available in 1.4 litre or 1.6 litre petrol or diesel engines. REUTERS/Franck Prevel 
FRANCE
RTR182RG 
January 12, 2006 
French carmaker Peugeot presents their new Peugeot 207 model to the media in Villepinte near Paris January... 
Villepinte, France 
French carmaker Peugeot presents new Peugeot 207 model in Villepinte 
French carmaker Peugeot presents their new Peugeot 207 model to the media in Villepinte near Paris January 12, 2006. The Peugeot 207 measures 4.03 m in length with a wheelbase of 2.54 m and is available with 1.4 litre or 1.6 litre petrol or diesel engines. REUTERS/Franck Prevel 
FRANCE
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January 12, 2006 
French carmaker Peugeot presents their new Peugeot 207 model to the media in Villepinte near Paris January... 
Villepinte, France 
French carmaker Peugeot presents new Peugeot 207 model in Villepinte 
French carmaker Peugeot presents their new Peugeot 207 model to the media in Villepinte near Paris January 12, 2006. The Peugeot 207 measures 4.03 m in length with a wheelbase of 2.54 m and is available with 1.4 litre or 1.6 litre petrol or diesel engines. REUTERS/Franck Prevel 
FRANCE
RTR182D0 
January 12, 2006 
French carmaker Peugeot head Frederic Saint-Geours presents the new Peugeot 207 model to the media in... 
Villepinte, France 
French carmaker Peugeot head Saint-Geours presents new Peugeot 207 model in Villepinte 
French carmaker Peugeot head Frederic Saint-Geours presents the new Peugeot 207 model to the media in Villepinte near Paris January 12, 2006. The Peugeot 207 measures 4.03 m in length with a wheelbase of 2.54 m and is available with 1.4 litre or 1.6 litre petrol or diesel engines. REUTERS/Franck Prevel 
FRANCE
RTR181V5 
January 12, 2006 
French carmaker Peugeot head Frederic Saint-Geours presents the new Peugeot 207 model to the media in... 
Villepinte, France 
French carmaker Peugeot head Saint-Geours presents new Peugeot 207 model in Villepinte 
French carmaker Peugeot head Frederic Saint-Geours presents the new Peugeot 207 model to the media in Villepinte near Paris January 12, 2006. The Peugeot 207 measures 4.03 m in length with a wheelbase of 2.54 m and is available with 1.4 litre or 1.6 litre petrol or diesel engines. REUTERS/Franck Prevel 
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