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Move to boost dairy industry

CHINA hopes to boost the global dairy industry over the next 10 to 15 years, thanks to the growing consumption of milk and other dairy products in the world#8217;s most populous nation.

Community

Cows live it up at farm

HOO BAN KEE received new insights on the life of a cow when he made a trip to Inner Mongolia.

World

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.

World

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.

Community

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.

World

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.

Nation

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%>

Nation

Pampered lives and price hikes

Politicians prefer to downplay the escalating cost of living while trying to convince the people on the need to reduce subsidies. But the fact is, you cannot do both at the same time.

World

Scared parents queue for refund in China milk scandal

SHIJIAZHUANG, China (Reuters) - Hundreds of fraught parents queued on Tuesday outside a Chinese company at the centre of a baby milk scandal, demanding explanations and compensation after over 1,200 infants fell ill and at least two died.

World

Scared parents queue for refund in China milk scandal

SHIJIAZHUANG, China (Reuters) - Hundreds of fraught parents queued on Tuesday outside a Chinese company at the centre of a baby milk scandal, demanding explanations and compensation after over 1,200 infants fell ill and at least two died.