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Monday, February 16, 2004
China's Bird Flu Hit Poultry Industry To Enjoy Tax Benefits
February 16, 2004 China's Bird Flu Hit Poultry Industry To Enjoy Tax Benefits Poultry companies in China hard hit by the bird flu outbreak have been given a lifeline as the government announced tax benefits this year, state media reported. ...
Friday, February 13, 2004
US$10 Million Aid Package for Vietnam Poultry Industry
February 13, 2004 US$10 Million Aid Package for Vietnam Poultry Industry The World Bank announced on Friday that it is prepared to give Vietnam a US$10 million loan to help its poultry industry, which has been ravaged by bird flu. Klaus Roh ...
Friday, February 13, 2004
US Outlook On Poultry Sales Remain Optimistic
February 13, 2004 US Outlook On Poultry Sales Remain Optimistic Despite the increasing number of bird flu cases reported in the country, the United States is confident of exporting more poultry, a US Department of Agriculture official, Matt ...
Friday, February 13, 2004
Russia Set To Extend US Poultry Ban
February 13, 2004 Russia Set To Extend US Poultry Ban Russia is prepared to extend the ban on US poultry if the bird flu virus first discovered in Delaware spins out of control, a Cabinet member said Thursday. Russia, the U.S.' largest poul ...
Thursday, February 12, 2004
Thai Poultry Industry To Face 40 Billion Baht Losses
February 12, 2004 Thai Poultry Industry To Face 40 Billion Baht Losses Thailand's poultry industry could face losses of up to Bt40 billion, double the government's preliminary assessment, if the bird flu outbreak in the country is not conta ...
Thursday, February 12, 2004
Ukraine Poultry Industry, Demand Expanded In 2003
February 12, 2004 Ukraine Poultry Industry, Demand Expanded In 2003 Despite surging feed grain prices, Ukraine's poultry producers continued to increase production in 2003 as rising incomes for the vast majority of Ukrainians led to signifi ...
Thursday, February 12, 2004
China Premier Calls For Measures To Sustain Poultry Industry
February 12, 2004 China Premier Calls For Measures To Sustain Poultry Industry China's Premier Wen Jiabao has called for measures to support the country's poultry industry at a standing meeting of the State Council. Measures included prefer ...
Thursday, February 12, 2004
US Poultry Industry Under Bird Flu Threat
February 12, 2004 US Poultry Industry Under Bird Flu Threat The United States' multi billion-dollar poultry industry under severe threat following the discovery of the second bird flu case, officials have warned. Although the flu virus is u ...
Thursday, February 12, 2004
Ukraine Suspends Poultry Imports From Delaware
February 12, 2004 Ukraine Suspends Poultry Imports From Delaware Ukraine has temporarily suspended imports of poultry products from Delaware following the discovery of bird flu on a farm in the eastern U.S. state, an official said Wednesday ...
Thursday, February 12, 2004
Hong Kong Bans US Poultry Imports Following Second Bird Flu Case
February 12, 2004 Hong Kong Bans US Poultry Imports Following Second Bird Flu Case Hong Kong has banned the import of all live birds and poultry products from the U.S., following a second confirmed outbreak of bird flu in the eastern U.S. s ...
Wednesday, February 11, 2004
Indonesia Bans US Poultry Imports On Bird Flu
February 11, 2004 Indonesia Bans US Poultry Imports On Bird Flu Indonesia said Wednesday it will join a growing list of countries that have banned poultry imports from the U.S., which has been hit by a mild outbreak of bird flu. The Ministr ...
Wednesday, February 11, 2004
Strain On Brazilian Supply Following US Poultry Ban
February 11, 2004 Strain On Brazilian Supply Following US Poultry Ban Brazilian poultry exporters may not be able to meet vast demand from Asia as more countries slammed bans on US poultry, local industry leaders said. For now, it doesn't l ...
Wednesday, February 11, 2004
Pakistan Poultry Association Says Virus "Mistaken" As Bird Flu
February 11, 2004 Pakistan Poultry Association Says Virus "Mistaken" As Bird Flu The Pakistan Poultry Association Punjab and Sindh has denied rumors of a bird flu outbreak in the country. Instead, it said that the disease that has hit local ...
Wednesday, February 11, 2004
China Bans US Poultry Imports On Bird Flu Fears
February 11, 2004 China Bans US Poultry Imports On Bird Flu Fears China announced the suspension of all poultry and its related products from the United States as a result of the bird flu outbreak in Delaware. The emergency notice from the ...
Wednesday, February 11, 2004
US, Brazil Poultry Exports To Benefit From Asian Bird Flu
February 11, 2004 US, Brazil Poultry Exports To Benefit From Asian Bird Flu Former buyers of Asian poultry, now banned because of the bird flu outbreak, will likely turn to Brazil and the US to meet demand, the U.S. Department of Agricultur ...

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