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Incentives to boost fisheries sector

The Government has set up a Business Development Centre to facilitate investments in technology-related areas and spur growth in the fisheries sector, said Agriculture Minister Datuk Dr Mohd Effendi Norwawi.


Exports key to Tropical growth

THE Tropical group of companies, which manufactures canned seafood, is still relatively unknown to many despite having operated in the country since 1972. And that's the way chairman Datuk Tan Boon Pin likes it.


Promise of surprises from Chile

Patricio Torres is well-known for hosting exclusive dinners at his cosy Taman Duta residence. Invites are much looked forward to, as the suave Chilean Ambassador plays the perfect host.


Scientists say Sepanggar Bay fish edible despite red tide

A team of marine scientists at University Malaysia Sabah has identified the species of Red Tide in the Sepanggar Bay area and fishes affected by it were not harmful for human consumption.--------------------------------------------------------------


Giant hypermarket in Taiping next month

GCH Retail (M) Sdn Bhd, a unit of the Dairy Farm Group which operates Giant hypermarkets, and Giant and Cold Storage supermarkets, will open a Giant hypermarket in Taiping next month, said marketing director Ho Mun Hao.


Who is checking the 27,000 abandoned oil and gas wells in Gulf of Mexico?

NEW ORLEANS: More than 27,000 abandoned oil and gas wells lurk in the hard rock beneath the Gulf of Mexico, an environmental minefield that has been ignored for decades.


A visit to Cheung Chau island in Hong Kong harbour

HONG KONG: Looking up at Hong Kong's skyline of soaring office towers and mammoth apartment complexes, it is hard to imagine that a short ferry ride could whisk you away from this bustling metropolis to another world, a world without high rises, cars or crowds.


Australia rejects heritage listing for Tasmanian rainforest

SYDNEY: Australia Friday rejected a bid for blanket heritage listing of Tasmania's Tarkine rainforest, angering environmentalists who said it would allow mining and could threaten the Tasmanian devil.


Making profit from others' misery

YEAR after year for the past six decades, there have been regular reports of garment workers in Third World sweatshops, enduring poor pay, vile workplaces and constant abuse from their bosses. In recent years, these workers’ pains have been sharpened by the actual collapse of these shoddily-built sweatshops.

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Fish caught in America, processed in China get trapped by trade dispute

Trump’s proposed tariffs include an estimated US$900 million worth of seafood, including fish sticks and fillet