Ignoring environmental considerations, Thailand has reopened its teak trade with Myanmar, but world opinion against the radical Khmer Rouge has blocked similar trade with Cambodia.
Highlights of the 13th World Congress on Occupational Safety and Health.
Despite indications that it may take longer, China is doggedly pursuing its goal of becoming a GATT member this year.
US SOURCES contend Japan is violating a 1991 agreement, which requires the Japanese to buy 20 per cent of its computer chip needs from USA. A third-quarter assessment in 1992 shows the US
BY THE end of the 1980s, 37 per cent of the paper and board consumed by the world was being collected and recycled to make more paper and board. While in the North it was environmental consciousness
RUSSIA has offered to trade its cut-price satellite launch potential for a guaranteed number of launches at international prices. Space agency chief Yuri Koptiev said he would accept a quota
The pressing need for foreign exchange is being cited as the reason for the government giving in to demands from timber traders to be allowed to export.
Financial transfer estimates that generously portray Northern largesse are deceptive for they camouflage huge payments triggered by the Gulf war.
VIKINGS are taking to the market. A thick, yoghurt-like product made by Iceland's Viking inhabitants and pure, bottled water from glaciers are becoming part of the country's efforts to exploit one of
SPICES have drawn intrepid merchants to Indian shores through history, but falling international prices and uncertain demand abroad are worrying Indian growers, who supply about one-third of the
Epidemiological study on effect of air pollution on human health (adults) in Delhi
How green is green?
Doha: inaction in the face of urgency
Coal mines to get automatic nod for first expansion