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A small grove of palm trees that an environmental group wanted protected in a Carlsbad canyon is being removed. The nine trees stood in Muroya Canyon near Towhee Lane in the Aviara community. The palms were in an 8.5-acre plot that developer Taylor
Articles December corn closed down nearly 2% on Monday but managed marginal gains overnight on the heels of a stronger wheat market and after the weekly Corn Harvest report showed 15% of the harvest was complete compared to 10% last week and 5% last
Nigeria could be making at least eight billion naira annually if it had maintained its market share of palm oil production from what it had in the 1960s, the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Dr Akinwumi Adesina has said. The minister
A single authority over EU banks is viewed by some as part of the deeper integration the union needs in order to support a single currency.
More than 7000 people have signed the 19-year-old Flinders University student Jess Panazzolo's petition at Change.org, which calls for sandwich-maker Subway to stop using palm oil. Each signature sends an email to senior Australian Subway executives.
The European Commission said it had received an anti-dumping complaint by European steel producers' group Eurofer against imports of stainless steel wires from India. The complaint alleges that producers of certain types of steel wire have benefited
Palm oil-based medicinial products worth RM600mil were exported last year, said Health Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai . This figure, he added, was expected to increase by another 8% this year following the upgrading in the production process at
Foxconn is the world's biggest electronics manufacturer with major clients such as Apple Inc., Dell Inc. and Microsoft Corporation. According to the New York Times, the company is responsible for 40 percent of global electronics output. Hon Hai
Felda Global Ventures Holdings, Malaysia's huge state-owned palm oil producer, will likely exceed its IPO target of $3.2 billion when it goes public on June 29. The offering has attracted more than 30 times the available shares, the Wall Street
Beleaguered West Papuans left to count the cost of Indonesia's palm oil boom Indigenous Papuans are reeling from the cut-price sale of the land and forests that are their lifeblood Thomas Klasibin in front of what used to be the forest that supported