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By Jaylan Boyle, Senior Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO - Further evidence of the importance of Brazil's rapidly expanding online community arrived last week with the announcement that Twitter, the world's most popular 'microblogging' platform, is to unveil a version of their site in Portuguese.

As with many other economic spheres of interest, Brazil is seen by Twitter as a strategic market of the future, with many more than the current estimate of 72 million users expected to get online as the country continues to prosper.
Though English and Japanese . . .

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