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  • Once again, thank God for China; with a market capitalization of $147 billion, Vale is now the world's second-largest miner behind BHP Billiton.

    Pepe Escobar: Is Brazil the New United States?

  • Description: Printed in Vale type on unbleached Arnold paper, bearing the Vale Press watermark.

    Art…is evidence of man’s opposition to mere necessity

  • Vale is trying to mitigate its transportation disadvantages by building a system of distribution centers between Brazil and China and it is building some 20 ships to better control its shipping costs.

    Brazil's Vale Will Expand Output on Strong Demand

  • Vale is up nearly 23% since late August, notably higher than the Materials Select Sector SPDR, and is up about 15% over the same time frame.

    Traders Mine Good News From Vale

  • Vale is taking advantage of the increased demand from emerging economies, especially China, India, and Brazil, to achieve rapid growth.

    Vale Feasts On Emerging Markets, Stock Near New High

  • Vale is set to begin seven new projects in 2011, mainly new mines.

    Vale Feasts On Emerging Markets, Stock Near New High

  • BB pal and inspiration V. Vale is the publisher of RE/Search, chronicles of underground and fringe culture since 1977.

    Boing Boing

  • The premiere of "The Counter Culture Hour" with host V. Vale is tonight at 6: 30pm (and every second Saturday of the month) on Access San Francisco, Channel 29.

    Boing Boing

  • Still, the talks are "pointless" as the Chinese steelmakers have to accept the higher terms Vale agreed with Japan because they "have no option," Shen Wenrong, chairman of the nation's largest privately held steelmaker Jiangsu Shagang Group, said on Friday.

    Hurriyet Dailynews

  • Still, the talks are "pointless" as the Chinese steelmakers have to accept the higher terms Vale agreed with Japan because they "have no option," Shen Wenrong, chairman of the nation's largest privately held steelmaker Jiangsu Shagang Group Co., said today in an interview.

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