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24901. 21/03/2008
21/03/2008 (English Chosun) - Most Koreans are now aware that the prices of black bean-sauce noodles and instant noodles have risen because Americans are using corn ethanol to fuel their automobiles. As a consequence of feeding human foodstuff to motor vehicles, 800 million hungry people in the world grow hungrier. And studies show that using ethanol in automobiles is of little help in reducing greenhouse gases.
24902. 21/03/2008
21/03/2008 (The Economic Times), Kolkata - As trade negotiations between India and Malaysia on a Comprehensive Economic Co-operation Agreement (CECA) progress, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) has identified several products which have high export potential to Malaysia. The list includes auto components and parts, iron and steel and related products, textiles, electrical and mechanical machinery and their spares.
24903. 21/03/2008
21/03/2008 (The Economic Times), New Delhi - The India-Asean free trade agreement (FTA) seems to have come within clinching distance, though the month-end deadline for concluding the negotiations will not be met. In the recent high-level officials meeting in Cambodia, the Indian side managed to make the Asean members happy with their side of offers. The Asean countries, especially Indonesia, however, have to come up with some more concessions to seal the deal.
24904. 21/03/2008
20/03/2008 (Domain-b), Mumbai - The government has decided to slash import duties on edible oils, as it seeks to moderate inflation, which rose to an 11-month high of 5.92 per cent for the week ended March 8.
24905. 19/03/2008
19/03/2008 (The Star Online), Kuala Lumpur - IOI Corp Bhd has proposed to acquire major stakes in several plantation companies in Sarawak that own a combined 44,350ha in the state for RM439.85mil.
24906. 19/03/2008
18/03/2008 (The Star Online), Petaling Jaya - IOI Corporation Bhd is expanding its oil palm plantations in Sarawak by proposing to acquire a major stake in several companies for RM439.85mil.
24907. 19/03/2008
18/03/2008 (Indlaw News) - The Kerala HighCourt has declined to stay a single judge order ratifying the ban on import of palm oil through ports in the state.
24908. 19/03/2008
18/03/2008 (The Hindu Business Line) - The Centre has banned exports of all edible oils from the country as a measure to curb their rising prices and check inflation. In a notification issued late on Monday, the Directorate-General of Foreign Trade, an arm of the Commerce Ministry, said the ban, with immediate effect, would be applicable for one year.
24909. 19/03/2008
18/03/2008 (Bloomberg) - India, the world's second-biggest buyer of vegetable oils, banned exports of all edible oils to boost local supplies amid concern a smaller winter oilseed crop may worsen a shortage.
24910. 19/03/2008
18/03/2008 (Business Standard) - The government has banned export of edible oil for one year to check rising domestic prices and control inflation. The ban will be in place till March 16, 2009.
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