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Yara writes down Lifeco investment in Libya
Yara International (Oslo) said today that, because of the worsening security outlook in Libya, the operating ability of its Lifeco joint venture plants are highly likely to keep deteriorating in 2015. Yara says that, given an already challenging...

Norway fines Yara for corrupt payments related to Libya, India expansions
The board of Yara International (Oslo) has informed the Norwegian National Authority for Investigation and Prosecution of Economic and Environmental Crime (Økokrim) that the company acknowledges guilt and accepts a corporate fine and confiscation...

DuPont, USAID work with Ethiopia to improve food security
The US Agency for International Development (USAID; Washington) has signed a memorandum of understanding with DuPont and Ethiopia to boost maize harvests through increased use of hybrid maize seed, improved seed distribution, and post-harvest storage. Maize...

Indorama Starts Up PET Plant in Nigeria
Indorama Ventures (Bangkok) says its Indorama PET Nigeria (Port Harcourt, Nigeria) subsidiary, on July 19, started up the previously announced 75,000-m.t./year solid state polymerization polyethylene terephthalate (PET) plant at Port Harcourt. Plans for the...

Syngenta to Invest $500 Million in Africa
Syngenta says it plans to build a $1-billion business in Africa over the next 10 years and that the company will make cumulative investments of over $500 million in support of this undertaking. The planned investments will involve the recruitment and training...

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