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Russia cuts US frozen poultry imports by 34% in Q1

Russia cut the volume of frozen poultry it imports from the United States by 34% to 47,200 metric tons in the first three months of 2014, partly due to Moscow's measures to limit its dependence on external markets by boosting its own poultry production.
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Canada, US improve oil & gas industry logistics

Even though Canadian pipeline operators are experiencing difficulties in having major projects approved by U.S. authorities, the links between Alberta's oil fields and refineries south of the border are getting better.
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Indian drug maker faces court action over alleged patent infringement

Indian pharmaceutical research company Aurobindo Pharma is facing legal action from three large international competitors that have accused the company of patent infringement.
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Exxon focuses on LNG sales on Asian spot market

Exxon Mobil Corp. has been involved in negotiations with customers in Asia regarding sales of liquefied natural gas on the spot market.
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Gazprom signs 30-year gas delivery contract with China

Russia and China have signed a historic 30-year gas delivery deal that is estimated to be worth more than $400 billion.
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Mexico's petrochemical sector to benefit from energy reforms

Mexico has been preparing for a significant shake-up of its energy sector, which may be particularly beneficial for the country's petrochemical sector.
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EC: Pharmaceutical industry should focus on working with member states

Europe's pharmaceutical industry should do more to convince member states of the industry's strengths, instead of trying to change the European Commission's regulatory policy.
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European consumers favor glass as safest packaging material

European consumers are increasingly aware of the benefits of glass as a packaging material, which is boosting demand for food and drinks packed in glass.
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Canadian researchers work on new water treatment method to cut carbon dioxide emissions

Researchers at the University of British Columbia are working on a new technology that uses carbon dioxide and wastewater from oil and gas operations to produce reusable water.
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Japanese machine orders surge

In March, Japan's core machinery orders rose the most in more than 18 years, signaling an upswing in business investment.
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