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Minister: Agro food sector growth on target

The value of the agro food sector grew by 6.9% last year compared with 1.7% in 2005, which is not far from the 7.6% average target set in the Ninth Malaysia Plan.hr noshade size=1 width=50%>

Protectionist din accompanies China Congress

BEIJING (Reuters) - No country has prospered more than China by opening up to trade and investment, so a nationalist hum for protection on the sidelines of the Communist Party Congress that ended on Sunday was all the more striking.

Going big on dairy

A visit to Yap Yun Fook's livestock and dairy farm in Keningau initially can be disappointing for visitors as they may not immediately be able to see cows or goats roaming about.

U.S. government calls for end to dairy weight loss ads

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. dairy producers will have to stop pitching the idea that drinking more milk spurs weight loss, the Federal Trade Commission told a physician's advocacy group in a letter made public on Friday.

U.S. govt calls for end to dairy weight loss ads

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. dairy producers will have to stop pitching the idea that drinking more milk spurs weight loss, the Federal Trade Commission told a physician's advocacy group in a letter made public on Friday.

Hai-O revenue to hit RM200m

Hai-O Enterprise Bhd expects revenue to touch RM200mil in two years from some RM144mil in the year ended Apr 30, 2006, said group managing director Tan Kai Hee.

Hai-O revenue to touch RM200m in two years

Hai-O Enterprise Bhd expects revenue to touch RM200mil in two years from some RM144mil in the year ended Apr 30, 2006, said group managing director Tan Kai Hee.

Are foreign meats any safer?

Besides local production, Malaysia also imports meat from other countries. Our meat imports are mainly from India, Australia and New Zealand while our seafood comes from China, Japan and Thailand.

Kiwi dairy exporter buys 43% of Chinese dairy company

WELLINGTON, New Zealand: New Zealand dairy exporter Fonterra announced Thursday it has bought 43 percent of China's Shijiazhuang Sanlu Group dairy company for US$106 million (euro90 million).

Niu builds an empire on cows

BEIJING EXPRESS BY HOO BAN KHEE