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UK retailers address Campylobacter issue

In an effort to reduce the rate of Campylobacter infections, two U.K. retailers are extending the use of "roast-in-the-bag" packaging.
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EBRD proposes $1.9m loan to upgrade water, wastewater services in Kyrgyzstan

Kyrgyzstan is set to receive a sovereign loan of up to EUR1.5 million ($1.9 million) to improve water supply and selected wastewater services in the southwest region of the country.
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New Eastman copolyester for medical products could allow faster processing

A styrene-free alternative to high-impact polystyrene (HIPS) for opaque medical packaging has been introduced by Eastman Chemical Company in the European market.
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Inquiry examines safety of FLNG projects in Australian waters

A parliamentary inquiry into the safety of floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) processing plants is being held in Western Australia.
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Major new desalination plant opens in Algeria

The biggest seawater reverse osmosis desalination plant on the African continent was officially opened in Algeria this week.
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UK proposes sovereign wealth fund for shale gas revenues

A sovereign wealth fund could be created in the United Kingdom to help protect revenues generated by shale gas extraction, Chancellor George Osborne said on Monday.
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Ineos adds two more 'Dragon' ships for US ethane export

Chemicals company Ineos has ordered another two state-of-the-art vessels to transport U.S. shale gas ethane to its facilities in Scotland and Norway.
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Roche to make diagnostic products in China

Roche is to establish a new diagnostic manufacturing facility in China, investing 450 million Swiss francs ($463 million) over the next three years.
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New process improves taste of alcohol-free beer

A new process developed by researchers in Spain helps improve the smell and the taste of alcohol-free beer by adding aromas from regular beer.
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TransCanada files application for pipeline to Eastern Canada

TransCanada Corporation has filed a formal application to build a new pipeline that would carry 1.1 million barrels of oil per day from Alberta and Saskatchewan to refineries in Eastern Canada.
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