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Philippines is a signatory, calls for the reduction of sugar tariffs to five percent by 2015 from the present 18 precent, Labor and Employment Secretary Rosalinda Baldoz has called for an industry-wide workshop which will gather inputs for the
While there are genuine concerns regarding issues such as the extension of the patent and copyright period, investor-state dispute settlement etc, I am indeed baffled by the so-called negative impact on SMEs...Going back to the trade statistics, what
20pm Benguet Governor Nestor B...Fongwan said the Philippine Vegetable Industry Development Board should formulate plans and programs to make the vegetable industry globally competitive. He strongly recommended that marketing strategies of the
Asean countries have decided that they do not want tobacco to be in the Asean Free Trade Agreement (Afta) list, said Health Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai . Liow said that the decision was made during the Asean Health Ministers Meeting in
Pongpan Jiawiriyapan, deputy director-general, said that trade value increased 6 per cent in the first quarter, compared to the same period last year...While Thailand's imports from countries in the free-trade zone increased over 20 per cent in March,
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Palitha Kohona, an Australian citizen and currently Sri Lanka's Permanent Representative to the United Nations, over alleged war-crimes.
Wednesday February 1, 2012 Search About Salem-News.com is the premiere Independent Online Newsgroup in the United States...Tamil associations in Australia and New Zealand, is appalled by the news that Major General Shavendra Silva, Sri Lanka's deputy
Controversial reports by Campbell Live last year into the tsunami funds donated to Samoa have won the Aotearoa Film and Television Award for Investigation of the Year. TV3 crew of John Campbell and producers Pip Keane and Claudine Maclean.
Senior TV3 bosses discussed boycotting last night's Aotearoa Film Television Awards after their coverage of the Christchurch earthquake was ruled ineligible for the top news award. The broadcaster was ordered to change its entry for the Qantas Best