Agribusiness

Daily Briefing: Largest meat processor back online following cyberattack; Huawaei launches OS; Trade tensions between Australia and China

Brazil-based meat processor JBS SA was hacked by Russian-speaking gang REvil, the Federal Bureau of Investigation said.
2 months ago

Daily Briefing: Largest meat processor back online following cyberattack; Huawaei launches OS; Trade tensions between Australia and China

Brazil-based meat processor JBS SA was hacked by Russian-speaking gang REvil, the Federal Bureau of Investigation said.
2 months ago

This biotech startup addresses a multibillion dollar problem in the fisheries sector

Spidfier offers a solution that could shorten the process of verifying fishes at a cheaper rate.
1 year ago

Agricultural, marine scholarships launched

Applications are until 30 August.
8 years ago

Hong Kong to boost agriculture opportunities in Australia

Hong Kong delegates joined the Aussies' agri convention.
8 years ago

Bio-Dynamic Group warns of increased loss

Partly to blame was the temporary suspension of the Group’s ethanol production facility.
8 years ago

Pacific Andes and China Fishery Group’s net earnings disappoint

OCBC ceased coverage of both stocks over muted outlook.
8 years ago

Asian Citrus' profits to take a 24% dive

Agribusiness isn't going too well.
8 years ago

3 drivers for Vitasoy's 16% earnings jump

Sales soared in Hong Kong.
8 years ago

NZ Winegrowers to open in Hong Kong

New Zealand Winegrowers are opening an office in Hong Kong on October 29 to target growth markets, especially China.
8 years ago

Pacific Plywood acquires HK$310mn harvest rights for 65,800 hectares of forest

The company signs strategic collaboration deal with Longjiang Forest Industry Group to developa Papua New Guinea forest.
9 years ago

Samling appoints Goh York Pooi as Chief Finance Officer

Goh will be responsible for the Group’s financial reporting, treasury, tax and financial planning and analysis.
9 years ago

Asian Citrus profit up 89.6% to RMB1.11bn

The group mulls diversification of its agricultural business into the production of tropical fruits that will ensure better utilization of the existing distribution network for fresh fruits.
9 years ago

APAC Resources 18 month profit stands at HK$1.5bn

APAC successfully raised gross proceeds of HK$550 million to provide additional working capital via a placement of 1,100,000,000 shares in April 2010.
9 years ago

Pacific Andes Singapore units’ third quarter profits post gains

PARD profit up by 17% to HK$254.8mn while China Fisheries’ profit grew 5% to HK$291.7mn.
9 years ago

Organic watermelon festival held at Tuen Mun Farmers' Market

A Local Organic Watermelon Festival has been held at Tuen Mun Farmers' Market.
10 years ago

Asia Cassava Resources 2010 profit to HK$82.7mn

The company mulls to establish its Vietnam plant to procure local dried cassava chips.
10 years ago