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Vale's logo is pictured outside their central sales office in Saint-Prex near Geneva June 4, 2012. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse
Former Vale CEO Roger Agnelli poses for a photograph during an interview with Reuters in London April 19, 2013. At the helm of Brazil's Vale for a decade, Agnelli turned the conservative iron ore producer into a global heavyweight. Now, the one-time banker is back in the game. Photograph taken April