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Agricultural Futures - Feburary 22, 2006
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Agricultural Futures - Feburary 22, 2006
Johannesburg - South Africa yesterday predicted a 6.21 million ton maize crop for 2005/06, sharply down on the 11.45 million tons officially produced the previous season but bang in line with a Reuter... (photo: WN)
Karen Hughes Remarks at U.S.-Islamic World Forum
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Karen Hughes Remarks at U.S.-Islamic World Forum
Wednesday, 22 February 2006, 10:01 am | Press Release: US State Department | Remarks at the U.S.-Islamic World Forum | Karen Hughes, Under Secretary of State for Public Affairs and Public Diplomacy | ... (photo: Susan Sterner/White House)
UAE bans imports of poultry from India and Egypt  Gulf News 
UAE bans imports of poultry from India and Egypt
| Abu Dhabi: The UAE has slapped a ban on poultry and allied products from Egypt and India following outbreaks of bird flu in the two countries, a senior official said yesterday. | The Ministry of Env... (photo: WN)
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China bans imports from countries hit by avian flu  Hindustan Times 
China bans imports from countries hit by avian flu
China has banned the import of pet and wild birds and imposed stricter screening of passengers from countries hit by the deadly H5N1 strain of avian flu. | In an emergency circular issued on Monday, t... (photo: WN)
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Construction suppliers to get joint-action group Business Day
Construction suppliers to get joint-action group 
EFFORTS by small and medium suppliers in the construction sector to take part in projects outside SA are set for a boost with the planned establishment of a joint-action ... (photo: WN)
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Future's too bright for Tongaat-Hulett to sell maize unit Business Report
Future's too bright for Tongaat-Hulett to sell maize unit
  By Quentin Wray | When quizzed on whether Tongaat-Hulett might at some later stage also unbundle African Products, chief executive Peter Staude was adamant th... (photo: sv1/WN)
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Numbers game in SA's favour as 2010 approaches Business Report
Numbers game in SA's favour as 2010 approaches
By Chris Patricios | "This World Cup is not only important for football but it will help to strengthen and consolidate our democracy," says Danny Jordaan, the chief execu... (photo: Getty Images)
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Nissan plans to cut costs 12% Business Report
Nissan plans to cut costs 12%
By Kae Inoue | Tokyo - Nissan Motor, Japan's second-largest car maker, plans to cut production costs by 12 percent as surging commodity prices threaten to curb earnings. ... (photo: WN File)
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A few diamonds that could be worth a closer look Financial Times
A few diamonds that could be worth a closer look
| About a year ago a friend of mine tried to tip me about a nascent boom in diamond prices and diamond mine stocks. I barely managed to feign interest. Along with many ot... (photo: WN)
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BMW invests RM25m to roll out 3 Series The Star
BMW invests RM25m to roll out 3 Series
| By CHAN CHING THUT |   | SINGAPORE: BMW AG is investing about RM25mil to set up another production line to assemble the 3 Series in Shah Alam starting next month. ... (photo: WN File)
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Toyota Motor Phils. has new president The Manila Times
Toyota Motor Phils. has new president
TOYOTA Motor Philippines Corp. (TMP) officially introduced last week its new president, Hiroshi Ito, who began his assignment in the Philippines this month. Ito replaces ... (photo: WN)
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- Agriculture sector expects a better year for farming
- Erwin says striking unions jumped the gun
- The emperor's new clothing deals 
- Numbers game in SA's favour as 2010 approaches
- For U.S., rising dependence on LNG carries similar risks to
- Bird flu: India continues mass fowl slaughter
Numbers game in SA's favour as 2010 approaches
Numbers game in SA's favour as 2010 approaches
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- Agriculture sector expects a better year for farming
- Vietnam's container transportation charges up
- State Dept. Daily Press Briefing February 17, 2006
- Ripping Sea Yarn Published By Otago University
- KEC to boost equity by selling stakes before listing
- Nuclear Builder Back Under State Control
China bans imports from countries hit by avian flu
China bans imports from countries hit by avian flu
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- Karen Hughes Remarks at U.S.-Islamic World Forum
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- KEC to boost equity by selling stakes before listing
- Cricket: Fleming may be set to slog at No 5
- Cookbook returns Moroccan food to front burner
Karen Hughes Remarks at U.S.-Islamic World Forum
Karen Hughes Remarks at U.S.-Islamic World Forum
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- Presidential pulling power in Macassar
- Zambia to export power to Zimbabwe
- Mourinho weighs Crespo's cunning against Drogba's power
- Arab Women Can Power Peace, Progress
- SAPP Courts Nord Pool As Power Crisis Looms
- Van Rooyen Could Beat the Odds And Retain Power
Shell evacuates oil field following attack in Nigeria
Shell evacuates oil field following attack in Nigeria
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- Agriculture sector expects a better year for farming
- Vietnam's container transportation charges up
- State Dept. Daily Press Briefing February 17, 2006
- Bush: Port deal will stand despite complaints
- Bush Shrugs Off Objections to Port Deal
- Bush says deal allowing UAE firm to take over U.S. ports sho
China bans imports from countries hit by avian flu
China bans imports from countries hit by avian flu
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- Oil dips after Nigeria-led surge, looks to US data
- Oil prices mixed as market tracks Nigeria unrest
- Oil robust after Nigeria attacks
- Nigerian militants seek end to crisis
- Oil robust after Nigeria attacks
- Oil prices mixed as market tracks Nigeria unrest
Oil dips after Nigeria-led surge, looks to US data
Oil dips after Nigeria-led surge, looks to US data
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