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Thursday, January 29, 2004
Indonesia Orders Mass Chicken Slaughter To Contain Bird Flu
January 29, 2004 Indonesia Orders Mass Chicken Slaughter To Contain Bird Flu Indonesia finally bowed to international pressure by ordering a mandatory slaughter of chickens in areas affected by the bird flu outbreak. The World Health Organi ...
Thursday, January 29, 2004
Indonesia Ban Shrimp Imports From Countries Involved In US Dumping Suit
January 29, 2004 Indonesia Ban Shrimp Imports From Countries Involved In US Dumping Suit The Indonesia Ministry of Fishery and Marine Resources plans to ban shrimp imports from countries involved in the dumping suit against United States.  ...
Thursday, January 29, 2004
Indonesia Criticised For Allowing Bird Flu Hit Chicken Sales
January 29, 2004 Indonesia Criticised For Allowing Bird Flu Hit Chicken Sales Indonesia has come under heavy criticism for refusing to take measures to curb the spread of bird flu in the country. The Indonesian government has yet to ban sal ...
Wednesday, January 28, 2004
Indonesia Reports Suspect Human Bird Flu Case
January 28, 2004 Indonesia Reports Suspect Human Bird Flu Case Health authorities on Indonesia's resort island of Bali have reported a suspected case of bird flu in a 3-year-old boy whose mother works on a chicken farm. The boy's blood samp ...
Wednesday, January 28, 2004
Hong Kong Bans Chicken Imports From Indonesia, Pakistan and Laos
January 28, 2004 Hong Kong Bans Chicken Imports From Indonesia, Pakistan and Laos Hong Kong government announced on Tuesday the ban of live birds or poultry meat imports from Indonesia, Pakistan and Laos after bird flu surfaced in these cou ...
Wednesday, January 28, 2004
Indonesia No Plans To Withdraw Chicken From Bird Flu Areas
January 28, 2004 Indonesia No Plans To Withdraw Chicken From Bird Flu Areas Indonesia has no plans to withdraw meat sales of the 3.8 million chickens to be slaughtered in bird flu infected areas. The announcements were likely to trigger fur ...
Tuesday, January 27, 2004
Philippines To Ban Indonesian Poultry
January 27, 2004 Philippines To Ban Indonesian Poultry The Philippines is expected to soon issue an import ban on all poultry products from Indonesia, which confirmed at the weekend an outbreak of the bird flu sweeping across Asia. Ronel Ab ...
Tuesday, January 27, 2004
China Bans Chicken Imports From Indonesia, Pakistan
January 27, 2004 China Bans Chicken Imports From Indonesia, Pakistan China plans to ban poultry from Indonesia and Pakistan, two of the latest countries to join the growing list of areas hit by bird flu. "Fowl, birds and related products ar ...
Tuesday, January 27, 2004
Indonesia Say No Bird Flu In Jakarta
January 27, 2004 Indonesia Say No Bird Flu In Jakarta The Indonesian government has denied the spread of the deadly bird flu disease to its capital, Jakarta. "We have not discovered any cases of bird flu here. There's no need to panic or fr ...
Monday, January 26, 2004
Thousands Of Chickens Culled As Indonesia Grapples With Bird Flu
January 26, 2004 Thousands Of Chickens Culled As Indonesia Grapples With Bird Flu In one of the worst-hit areas, poultry farmers slaughtered and burned thousands of infected chickens on the resort island of Bali. "I urge other farmers follo ...
Monday, January 26, 2004
Japan Bans Chicken Imports From Indonesia, Cambodia On Bird Flu Fears
January 26, 2004 Japan Bans Chicken Imports From Indonesia, Cambodia On Bird Flu Fears Japan has suspended chicken meat imports from Indonesia, where officials have confirmed an outbreak of bird flu among millions of chickens, the Agricultu ...
Monday, January 26, 2004
Indonesian Shrimp Exports To US Expected To Soar
January 26, 2004 Indonesian Shrimp Exports To US Expected To Soar Indonesia is ready to take advantage of US shrimp dumping allegations against six major suppliers by boosting its shrimp exports to the United States this year. Indonesian Ma ...
Monday, January 26, 2004
Gorontalo Takes Lead In Building Indonesian Corn Belt
January 26, 2004 Gorontalo Takes Lead In Building Indonesian Corn Belt The Gorontalo provincial administration in Sulawesi, Indonesia has called other provinces on the island to build the Celebes Corn Belt to meet increasing international d ...
Monday, January 26, 2004
Bird Flu Spreads To Indonesia
January 26, 2004 Bird Flu Spreads To Indonesia Indonesia today confirmed an outbreak of bird flu among millions of chickens, but said the disease had not spread to humans. "The government is not trying to conceal that avian influenza has at ...
Tuesday, January 20, 2004
Japan To Ban Indonesian Shrimps Raised On Antibiotics
January 20, 2004 Japan To Ban Indonesian Shrimps Raised On Antibiotics With effect from this year, Indonesian shrimp exports to Japan must be guaranteed antibiotics-free.  Muhammad Ramli of PT Bosowa Dataran, a shrimp producer, said Indones ...

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