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World Rainforest Day 2021: How Expo 2020 Dubai honours rainforests

Gulf News 23 Jun 2021
Malaysia Pavilion, a rainforest canopy ... The long-nosed proboscis monkey is indigenous to Malaysia's rainforests, an endangered species that is threatened by the loss of its natural habitat ... Singapore Pavilion, a city in nature ... Instituto Perene is a non-profit organisation promoting development, while protecting natural resources in rural Brazil.
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FAM’s naturalisation programme is a practical measure - Sports analyst

Malaysian National News Agency 20 Jun 2021
KUALA LUMPUR, June 19 -- The naturalisation programme of the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) is a practical move based on the increasing global nature of the latest world football development, said sports analyst, Dr Pekan Ramli ... Malaysia qualified automatically to the ...
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Natural Language Processing Market Strategic Outlook by 2027 |Apple Incorporation, Dolbey Systems, Google, Microsoft Corporation, ...

The Sentinel Newspaper 18 Jun 2021
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Malaysia's natural rubber production falls 33.5 pct in April

China.dot.org 15 Jun 2021
KUALA LUMPUR, June 15 (Xinhua) -- Malaysia's natural rubber production in April fell 33.5 percent year-on-year to 23,013 tonnes, due to the seasonal factor which causes the trees to be less productive, official data showed Tuesday. The Department of Statistics Malaysia (DOSM) said ...
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Malaysia: Natural rubber output drops 33.5 percent

MENA FN 15 Jun 2021
(MENAFN)Official statistics revealed on Tuesday, June 14, Malaysia's natural rubber output in April dropped 33.5 percent year-on-year to 23,013 tons, because of the seasonal factor which causes the ... .
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Malaysia's natural rubber production down by a third in April

The Star 15 Jun 2021
KUALA LUMPUR. The production of natural rubber decreased by 33.5 per cent year-on-year (YoY) to 23, 013 tonnes in April 2021 compared to 34, 616 tonnes in April 2020, the Department of Statistics Malaysia (DoSM) said. Read full story ... .
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Malaysia speaks against Chinese moves in South China Sea in a rare public reaction

The Economic Times 13 Jun 2021
Malaysia also took note of a Chinese coast guard ship 156 kms from its shore, according to the Borneo Post, a local news website. Malaysia drills for natural gas in those waters, which are part of the South China Sea region ... .
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Philippine President Puts Gag Order On Government Over South China Sea

OWP 13 Jun 2021
The South China Sea has remained a point of contention for decades for various countries in the region due to the desire for territorial expansion, natural resources, and massive fishing stocks. Today, the Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Taiwan, and Indonesia each hold maritime claims to territory within the boundaries established by the 1973 U.N.
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Asean must step up to protect 30 percent of Earth's land and ocean

The Manila Times 10 Jun 2021
Such fraught discussions are not new to Southeast Asia in terms of balancing economic development and nature conservation, given the fact that countries such as Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand are the top oil palm- producing countries in the world, and the Philippines, Vietnam and Laos have their own vested interests in the mining industry.
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Ing. Emmanuel Wireko-Brobby: Inventions and innovations, the surest way to fix the economy and chase ...

Joy Online 10 Jun 2021
Technological advancement is the new world order of development, however, Ghana seems to focus much more on Natural Resources than paying meaningful attention to the key ingredient which has made advanced Countries what they are today. Malaysia overtook Ghana when value was added to their Oil Palm plantation which Ghana had already taken the lead.
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Why Malaysia, Normally Calm, Is Upset with China over a Maritime Dispute

Voa News 09 Jun 2021
Malaysia normally keeps quiet or protests out of public view when the militarily stronger China passes ships into waters Kuala Lumpur sees as its own ... Malaysia drills for natural gas in those waters, which are part of the 3.5 million-square-kilometer South China Sea ... Malaysia says those waters belong to a maritime exclusive economic zone.
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India’s move towards sustainable palm oil usage

Business Line 08 Jun 2021
This news has met with some criticism that palm oil expansion will threaten its forests and natural environment based on the palm oil experience from Indonesia and Malaysia ... Professor Vishandass’s opinion has concrete backing in the success stories from Indonesia and Malaysia, two countries that produce 85 per cent of the world’s palm oil.
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Blooming "corpse flower" in Sembawang cut down

Straits Times 08 Jun 2021
"I hope all of us can be more gracious, more respectful and more caring towards nature," Dr Lim said ... The elephant foot yam (Amorphophallus paeoniifolius), which can be found naturally in several countries including Malaysia, Indonesia, China and Madagascar, is non-native to Singapore.
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Blooming corpse flower in Sembawang cut down

Straits Times 08 Jun 2021
"I hope all of us can be more gracious, more respectful and more caring towards nature," Dr Lim said ... The elephant foot yam (Amorphophallus paeoniifolius), which can be found naturally in several countries including Malaysia, Indonesia, China and Madagascar, is non-native to Singapore.

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