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Revue De Presse70

Chine: licence retirée pour des laiteries

(Le Figaro) – Près la moitié des laiteries chinoises ont reçu l’ordre d’arrêter leur production suite à un audit de l’Administration chargé de la supervision, de l’inspection et de la quarantaine (AQSIQ), a rapporté samedi le porte-parole de cette institution, …

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Revue De Presse70

L’océan Pacifique pollué par de l’iode radioactif de Fukushima

(24heures.ch) – Dix-neuf jours après le tremblement de terre et son tsunami dévastateur qui ont ravagé le nord-est du Japon, la situation n’était toujours pas sous contrôle, hier à la centrale nucléaire de Fukushima Daiichi. Loin de là.
Confirmant que les …

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Revue De Presse70

Piraterie: des marins russes repoussent des attaques dans l’océan Indien

(RIA Novosti) – Les équipages de deux pétroliers, dont le premier était totalement
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Revue De Presse70

Plus d’un milliard de personnes sans eau en 2050 ?

(20Minutes.fr) – En cale sèche. Plus d’un milliard d’habitants de la planète, surtout dans les villes, vont manquer d’eau d’ici 2050 alors que le changement climatique accélère les effets de l’urbanisation, montre une étude publiée lundi aux …

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Revue De Presse70

Nouvelles taxes sur les terres rares

(Source : french.china.org.cn 25/03/2011) – La Chine va imposer une taxe sur les terres rares à partir du 1er avril, ont annoncé le ministère des Finances et l’Administration d’État des impôts aux producteurs de terres rares.
Zhang Zhong, directeur général de …

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Revue De Presse70

Arm Sales, Especially by Russia and China, Continue to Penetrate Latin America

SOURCE : Council on Hemispheric Affairs (21-02-11)
Russian military sales have become so frequent in recent years that they no longer make for major headlines. However, as Washington policymakers continue to voice concern about Iran’s growing influence in Latin America, some …

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Revue De Presse69

Moscow Explores Asia-Pacific Security Role

SOURCE : The Jamestown’s Foundation (22-02-11)
Moscow’s apparently random decision to increase tensions with Tokyo over the disputed Kurile Islands provoked anxiety among international observers. Yet, the recent surge in bilateral diplomatic heat over the issue should not be regarded as …

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Revue De Presse68

Mexico Prez: US Doesn’t Help Enough in Drug War

SOURCE : Associated Press (22-02-11)
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexican President Felipe Calderon says the U.S. government isn’t doing enough to help Mexico in its fight against drug cartels.
He also isn’t happy about U.S. diplomatic cables that he contends wrongly criticized …

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Revue De Presse67

Malvinas basin oil exploration scheduled to begin first half of 2011

SOURCE : Mercopress (22-02-11)
Repsol-YPF plans to start deepwater exploration off the coast of Tierra del Fuego in the Malvinas basin are expected to begin before the end of the first half of 2011, according to company’s sources.
The company also said …

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Revue De Presse66

Rare Earth Recycling: Enter the New Reality

SOURCE : Resource Investing News (21-02-11)
Much talk has been made about how to secure supplies of rare earths from outside of China. The topic heated up as restrictions to export quotas and rising prices dictated that companies and countries reliant …

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Revue De Presse64

Israel finalizing plan to protect disputed oil reserves: report

SOURCE : The Daily Star (Lebanon) (21-02-11)
BEIRUT: The Israel Navy is finalizing plans which would see it defend its country’s disputed oil and gas reserves in the eastern Mediterranean, a popular Israeli tabloid reported Sunday.
The reserves, to which both Lebanon …

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Revue De Presse65

WikiLeaks: Chile concerned that court rule in The Hague will favor Peru

SOURCE : Living in Peru (19-02-11)
A new WikiLeaks cable, undisclosed Friday, reveals Chile’s concern and fear that the International Court of Justice in The Hague could eventually rule in favor of Peru over a maritime dispute, reported El Comercio.
The cable …

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Revue De Presse63

India-Pakistan. Resolution of Sir Creek dispute possible: Naval officer

SOURCE : The Times of India (19-02-11)
NEW DELHI: With India and Pakistan all set to resume their bilateral dialogue process, senior naval officials feel substantive progress is possible in resolving the long-festering Sir Creek dispute in the Rann of Kutch.
India …

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Revue De Presse62

Where is the Barents oil?

SOURCE : The Barents Observer (18-02-11)
Geologists, petroleum companies and politicians are highlighting that the Arctic is an area of high petroleum resource potential. US Geological Survey says nearly a quarter of the world’s undiscovered petroleum resources lie in the Arctic.
But …

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Revue De Presse61

China’s ocean scientists will soon start exploring a controversial patch of sea

SOURCE : The Economist (10-02-11)
IMPERIALISM and oceanography often go hand in hand. The British Admiralty’s surveys of the world’s coastlines and shallow seas during the 18th and 19th centuries brought a wealth of scientific knowledge. They also did no harm …

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Revue De Presse59

Mexico. A Conflict Without a Name

SOURCE : Foreign Policy (18-02-11)
On Feb. 15, gunmen on a highway in central Mexico stopped a vehicle with U.S. diplomatic license plates and shot the two men inside. Killed in the attack was Jaime Zapata, a U.S. Immigration and Customs …

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Revue De Presse60

Experts: U.S. cannot mine enough rare earth minerals

SOURCE : Smart Planet (18-02-11)
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Revue De Presse54

Brazil’s Proven Oil Reserves Climb 10.6%

SOURCE : EFE (17-02-11)
According to ANP, Brazil’s oil regulator, the South American country’s total reserves, which also include probable and possible reserves, soared 34.57 percent to 28.47 billion barrels. It also noted that proven natural gas reserves increased 15.23 percent, …

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Revue De Presse55

Russian Military Build-up in the Pacific May Not be Aimed at Japan

SOURCE : The Jamestown’s Foundation (17-02-11)
Russia seems to have found a place to deploy its two most modern French-built assault helicopter-carrying ships – in the Far East to help defend the Kurile Islands. The first Russian Mistral will be built …

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Revue De Presse57

Greenland: Final Frontier for Rare Earth Elements, Uranium, And Much More

SOURCE : Seeking Alpha (18-02-11)
Greenland may have been barren and cold in the 1800s, when this shanty became popular. But it wasn’t always so and, in the natural rhythms of Mother Earth’s warming and cooling, may not be so cold …

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