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The Newsmakers 2012 Best Photos By Bloomberg

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Bloomberg's Best Photos 2012: The Newsmakers. Time after time in 2012, Bloomberg photographers came through with striking, pointed, poignant and just plain beautiful images -- From Jamie Dimon in the U.S. and Bob Diamond in the U.K. testifying to governmental committees, to Sheldon Adelson surrounded by lion dancers in Macau, China, to Warren Buffett and Bill Gates at the annual Berkshire Hathaway shareholders meeting, see their work here in Newsmakers. FILE PHOTO: 'BEST PHOTOS OF 2012' (***BESTOF2012***): Ikko Nakatsuka, Japan's financial services minister, pauses during a group interview in Tokyo, Japan, on Friday, Oct. 5, 2012. Nakatsuka urged the country's bank lobby to determine whether its process for setting the benchmark yen lending rate should be revamped. Photographer: Koichi Kamoshida/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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Bloomberg's Best Photos 2012: The Newsmakers. Time after time in 2012, Bloomberg photographers came through with striking, pointed, poignant and just plain beautiful images -- From Jamie Dimon in the U.S. and Bob Diamond in the U.K. testifying to governmental committees, to Sheldon Adelson surrounded by lion dancers in Macau, China, to Warren Buffett and Bill Gates at the annual Berkshire Hathaway shareholders meeting, see their work here in Newsmakers. FILE PHOTO: 'BEST PHOTOS OF 2012' (***BESTOF2012***): Ikko Nakatsuka, Japan's financial services minister, pauses during a group interview in Tokyo, Japan, on Friday, Oct. 5, 2012. Nakatsuka urged the country's bank lobby to determine whether its process for setting the benchmark yen lending rate should be revamped. Photographer: Koichi Kamoshida/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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