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27521. 18/05/2005
   
BANGKOK, May 15 (TNA) - Thailand’s government is developing a strategyto promote plant-based bio-industry in order to reduce the country'simports of energy and chemicals.
27522. 18/05/2005
   
12 May, 2005 - Tawau: Three oil palm factories represented by theirrespective executives were each fined RM20,000 or two months' jail by theSessions Court here for blatantly disposing effluence exceeding thepermitted level.
27523. 18/05/2005
   
5/17/2005 - A natural component of rice bran oil lowers cholesterol inrats, and ongoing research also shows it may have potential as ananti-cancer and anti-infection agent in humans, according to a Universityof Rochester scientist who has studied the antioxidant since 1996.
27524. 13/05/2005
   
BANTING, May 12 (Bernama) -- Golden Hope Plantations Bhd's newly-launchedBiotechnology Centre here will start producing oil palm tissue cultureplanting materials within one to two months, its group chief executiveDatuk Sabri Ahmad said.
27525. 13/05/2005
   
Tuesday May 10, 11:53 AM - The government may consider East Timor'soffer to supply Malaysia with construction and agricultural workers in themidst of a shortage of legal foreign laborers, a news report said.
27526. 13/05/2005
   
5/12/2005 - The result of a study commissioned on the creation of a palmoil city has specified that Surat Thani is appropriate for the project.
27527. 13/05/2005
   
11.05.2005
27528. 12/05/2005
   
Wednesday May 11, 03:04 PM - KUALA LUMPUR, (AFP) - Malaysian oil palmplantations are losing up to 70 million ringgit (18 million dollars) amonth because of labour shortages after hundreds of thousands of illegalimmigrants were expelled, a report said.
27529. 12/05/2005
   
Wednesday May 11, 9:22 AM - More than 1,000 Pakistani workers havearrived in Malaysia as the first batch in an estimated 100,000 Pakistanisscheduled to stream into the country to fill a labor shortage caused bythe departure and expulsion of Indonesian workers, a news report saidWednesday.
27530. 12/05/2005
   
KUALA LUMPUR, May 10 (Bernama) -- International Trade and Industry DeputyMinister, Datuk Ahmad Husni Hanadzlah said Malaysia would be able tosupply a wider range of products and services to the Turkish market.
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