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SAO PAULO (Reuters) - U.S. President George W. Bush and his left-wing nemesis Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez embarked on dueling tours of Latin America on Friday as they stepped up competition for the region's hearts and minds.
SAO PAULO, Brazil (AP): A project between Brazil and Japan to help supply Brazilian ethanol made from sugarcane to the Japanese market could cost US$8 billion (euro6 billion), Brazil's largest newspaper reported Saturday.
For most diplomats, moving up to the top can take a toll in time. But for Venezuela's Manuel Guzman, it just required a visit to Kuala Lumpur by his flamboyant yet fiery president.
LA PAZ (AP) - President Evo Morales ordered soldiers to occupy Bolivia's natural gas fields Monday and threatened to evict foreign companies unless they give Bolivia control over the entire chain of production.
The new president of Bolivia's state energy company said Saturday he wants to help create a continentwide energy alliance that would compete with powerful multinationals and eventually control the price and production of oil and gas in Latin America.
CARACAS, Venezuela: Thirty-two privately operated Venezuelan oil fields returned to state control on Sunday with the start of the new year, the government said.