Daewoo could delay Madagascar corn planting plan

Daewoo could delay Madagascar corn planting plan

Antananarivo : Madagascar | Feb 10, 2009 at 7:45 AM PST
Source: Gulfnews.com
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Two weeks of civil unrest stoked by a power struggle between Madagascar's president and a sacked mayor of the capital have killed more than 125 people, worrying companies keen to make investments. Daewoo has sought to develop an area of Madagascar larger than Qatar to plant corn, with a long-term aim... FULL ARTICLE AT Gulfnews.com
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