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Chinese Merchant Gateways For Ivory And Rhino Horns  OpEd
Eurasia Review

Chinese Merchant Gateways For Ivory And Rhino Horns OpEd

By Hongxiang Huang and Oxpeckers In the remote Zambezi region of Southern Africa, where Namibia shares international borders with Angola, Zambia, Botswana and Zimbabwe, geography and opportunity create ideal circumstances for ivory poachers. ... Eurasia Review, 2 days ago

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Namibian Sun

Africa's fast growth changes commodity flows

For centuries, colonial era merchants tussled for access to Africa's raw materials, and huge swathes of Africa's geography became synonymous with the main commodity they exported: Gold Coast, Ivory Coast, the Spice Island of Zanzibar. But the ...
 Namibian Sun1 day ago African trade routes shift focus from exports to local markets  BDlive2 days ago Africa's fast growth commodity flows  Finance 244 days ago Africa's fast growth transforming commodity flows  Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide2 days ago
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Times of India

Pope Francis the first year: Is the rebel too good to be true?

No Pope had ever before dared to take the name Francis. And for good reason. St Francis of Assisi was the son of a rich merchant who in the 13th century cast aside his lavish lifestyle, giving away the fine clothes off his back. They called him Il ...
 Times of India1 month ago Pope Francis — the first year: Is the rebel too good to be true?  Times of India1 month ago

How did fish reach Jerusalem?

Some 10,000 fish bones, an abundance of broken seals and an ivory pomegranate were recently uncovered in a Jerusalem dig. They attest to the presence of Phoenician sailors in the capital of Judah during the First Temple period Jerusalem's ancient ...
 Haaretz1 month ago

Ivory Coast mid-crop seen on par with last season, exporters say

February 16, 2014 RECORDER REPORT Ivory Coast's April-to-September mid-crop harvest should be roughly on par with last season, according to exporter forecasts, but months of dry weather and likely bean hoarding by merchants could cut ...
 Business Recorder1 month ago
NEWS.com.au

Hinds: Officaldom in the dark ages

Source: News Corp Australia THE heads of our major sports bodies climbed into their ivory tower again. This time the message was homophobia. To be more accurate, anti-homophobia. Although, given how far most sport lags behind the rest of society on ...
 NEWS.com.au3 days ago
International Business Times UK

RAKUTEN : Probe exposes Japanese e-commerce giant over blood ivory, whale sales

A shocking investigative report published this week has exposed one of the world's biggest online trading companies as marketing endangered wildlife products, including ivory from poached African elephants. In the report, the giant Japanese ...
 4 Traders3 weeks ago Japanese online retailer ends whale meat sales  The Hindu1 week ago Japanese giant Rakuten ends sales of whale meat  Taipei Times Online1 week ago World's Largest Online Retailer of Whale Meat to Stop Selling This Product  Softpedia1 week ago
Japan Times

Rakuten pulls whale products - but ivory sales continue

3rd April 2014 According to Rakuten's statement, posted on its website: "In accordance with the March 31, 2014 ruling by the International Court of Justice, Rakuten Ichiba today asked merchants to cancel sales of whale meat products on the Rakuten ...
 Ecologist1 week ago Rakuten bans whale meat  Japan Times1 week ago RAKUTEN : to ban whale, dolphin meat sales after online campaign  4 Traders1 week ago

Morning Softs 4/14/14

COTTON General Comments: Futures were unchanged to higher as worried about demand in the near term went against bad planting weather in the US. Demand is a problem as the market has seen selling due to reduced prices for Chinese government supplies ...
 Barchart1 day ago

Sarod maestro

Beaten black and blue by his father, when he he fled home many had given up any hope that Ali Akbar Khan would ever become a sarod player. But the belying all anxiety, he made his father Ustad Alauddin Khan proud having made his first stage ...
 The Statesman2 days ago
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