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 Indian soya futures rose on Tuesday as soyabean supply almost exhausted in spots, but rapeseed was down as oilmeal exporters stayed away due to fears the bird flu outbreak in China could spread to other Asian countries. Global sentiment...
The Federal Ministry of Climate Change (MoCC) in collaboration with the Punjab Forest Department, ICIMOD and World Wide Funds for Nature-Pakistan (WWF-F) organised a two-day provincial level consultation workshop on 'REDD+ and roadmap development process', which concluded here on...
Indian sugar futures were treading water on Friday as surplus supplies outweighed an improvement in demand from bulk consumers due to the ongoing summer season. The key June contract on the National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange was down 0.07...
Agriculture experts from different countries and representatives of well-know world organisations on Monday started deliberations to devise a proper mechanism to reach out farmers at their door-steps and provide them technical and scientific knowledge to boost crop production and...
In a landmark development, water in raised Mangla Dam on Tuesday has reached a historic level of 1213 feet above the sea level for the first time. With this record level, present live storage in the Mangla water reservoir...
Pakistan Basmati rice exports is facing tough time in the international market and has come down to 700,000 tons in year 2012 because of multiple reasons including being Super Basmati as the only variety, decreasing yield and area and...
Ethanol production plant set up by Hunza Group, with a cost of Rs 2.25 billion at Shahkot on Chak Jhumra, has started operations leading to provision of around 200 jobs and an expected foreign exchange income of over Rs...
Malaysian palm oil futures extended earlier losses to fall more than 4 percent on Monday as the tropical oil tracked other global markets lower on concerns about the Chinese economy. At the close, the benchmark palm oil contract for...
China, the world's top soya buyer, imported 7.78 million tonnes of the oilseed in August, up 29 percent from a year earlier, but down 18.1 percent from July's record shipments as cheap supplies from South American producers petered out,...

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