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Ama­zo­nia: Water­stones' Part Of The Jungle

Posted at 8:14AM Tuesday 20 Nov 2012

Depending on who you ask, (James) Daunt is either half-way there, or nowhere near. But if there was too much optimism at the beginning, there is now too much pessimism.

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