Saturday, 26 September 2009

 

Cocoa By-Products Are Indusrially Useful PDF Print Email
Saturday, 26 September 2009 13:01 Industry

Cocoa By-Products Are Indusrially Useful

ACCRA, Ghana, Sept 25 (GNA) - Florence Yeboah Asuamah, Principal Public Affairs Officer of the Cocoa Research Institute of Ghana (CRIG), has urged industrialists to invest in the by-products of cocoa since almost all the parts of the plant could be developed into various products.


 

Cocoa By-Products Are Indusrially Useful PDF Print Email
Saturday, 26 September 2009 13:01 Agriculture

Cocoa By-Products Are Indusrially Useful

ACCRA, Ghana, Sept 25 (GNA) - Florence Yeboah Asuamah, Principal Public Affairs Officer of the Cocoa Research Institute of Ghana (CRIG), has urged industrialists to invest in the by-products of cocoa since almost all the parts of the plant could be developed into various products.


 

Analysis: Can G-20 Succeed Where G-8 Failed? PDF Print Email
Saturday, 26 September 2009 09:44 Experts Policy Center

Analysis: Can G-20 Succeed Where G-8 Failed?

By Martin Crutsinger, AP Economics Writer

PITTSBURGH, Sept 25 (AP) – The world's most exclusive club has just gotten bigger, and it is promising a lot of big things for the global economy. But it is likely to have just as much trouble delivering results as the smaller group it replaced.


 

Analysis: Can G-20 Succeed Where G-8 Failed? PDF Print Email
Saturday, 26 September 2009 09:44 News

Analysis: Can G-20 Succeed Where G-8 Failed?

By Martin Crutsinger, AP Economics Writer

PITTSBURGH, Sept 25 (AP) – The world's most exclusive club has just gotten bigger, and it is promising a lot of big things for the global economy. But it is likely to have just as much trouble delivering results as the smaller group it replaced.


 

ANGOLA: Luanda Diversifies Its Portfolio PDF Print Email
Saturday, 26 September 2009 09:02 Experts Policy Center

ANGOLA: Luanda Diversifies Its Portfolio

LONDON, Sept 25 (Africa-Asia Confidential) - China's relations with Angola suffered a setback this month when Luanda turned down the acquisition by China National Offshore Oil Corporation and Sinopec of a coveted oil block. Worse, lower than expected oil revenues have battered the Angolan economy and government officials are scheduled to meet representatives of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund at the end of this month to negotiate a support package.


 

 

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