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World News: Indonesia
Indonesia | 4 August 2015
Indonesia corn import block to raise poultry, egg prices - Assoc

Aug 4 Indonesia's recent move to block imports of corn for feed mills will cause wholesale poultry and egg prices to rise at least 6 percent over the next month, the Indonesian Poultry Farmers Associa...


Indonesia | 30 April 2015
Indonesian corn import curbs to push up poultry prices, threaten inflation

ndonesian poultry prices are set to climb as the government curbs corn imports in a drive for greater self-sufficiency in food production, a policy that has already stoked concern about inflation in t...


Indonesia | 21 April 2015
Cargill seeking poultry play, building palm oil mills in Indonesia

Cargill Inc. is seeking to enter the Indonesian poultry sector and is investing in mills for its growing palm oil business there, part of its plans to pour $1 billion into Southeast Asia’s largest eco...


Indonesia | 2 April 2015
2014: Bad year for poultry industry

Publicly listed poultry firms in the country ended last year with lackluster financial performances, surging expenses and low prices squeezing revenues. Major poultry players PT Charoen Pokphand In...


Indonesia | 24 March 2015
How Indonesia and Delmarva connect: poultry debate

Chicken farmer Craig Truitt of Seaford would have to travel almost 10,000 miles to reach Indonesia. Nonetheless, the international politics between Indonesia and the United States have more impacts on...


Indonesia | 4 March 2015
Indonesia’s jet-black chickens are the dark side of poultry

In 1999, Wira Kusumah, a farmer from West Java, Indonesia, made a deal for a chicken that sounds more like an expert con than a legitimate business transaction. “I sold a rooster for $4,000 in the ...


Indonesia | 18 February 2015
After Japan poultry deal, Indonesia sets sights on more Asian buyers

Indonesian poultry suppliers are weeks away from making their first exports of processed chicken to Japan in a decade, an endorsement of quality that will boost the Southeast Asian nation's push into ...