post: 2013-11-19 23:05:19
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Singapore has announced it will be investing up to $US100 million on research and development of traditional Chinese medicines, a move regarded as good news in Papua New Guinea.

Agarwood - a substance formed in the centre of certain trees, used in traditional medicines, religious ceremonies, and valued for its unique perfume has been found in the lowland forests of PNG. While the ...
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post: 2013-11-19 22:33:06
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Mold is rarely perceived as precious but the intense fragrance of Agarwood has rendered it invaluable to the cultures of South and South East Asia. This wood, now threatened in the wild, is at the core of considerable tumult within the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF). The ADG (Wildlife) is being hauled up by minister Jayanthi Natrajan for issuing permission to a firm to re-export ...Selengkapnya

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