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26 Feb 2016

Big verdict doesn’t assure more wins for plaintiffs in talc-cancer cases

By Jessica Dye (Reuters) | 26 February 2016 The $72 million verdict this week against Johnson & Johnson in a U.S. case alleging links between talc-based powder and ovarian cancer has […]

26 Feb 2016

Former BP rig supervisor found not guilty in oil spill case

By Victoria Cavaliere (Reuters) | 26 Feberuary 2016 A former BP Plc (BP.L) supervisor was found not guilty by a New Orleans jury on Thursday of a single pollution charge […]

24 Feb 2016

Philippines expects to finalize GMO rules in next few days, misses Weds target

By Manolo Serapio Jr and Enrico Dela Cruz (Reuters) | 24 February 2016 The Philippines expects to finalize a new set of rules on genetically modified organisms over the next few days, after a […]

23 Feb 2016

South Africa to ease some GM crop rules to avert food crisis

By Wendell Roelf (Reuters) | 23 February 2016 South Africa will relax some of its tough rules on genetically modified crops so it can ramp up maize imports from the United States […]

22 Feb 2016

India set to seal major power deal in Bangladesh, beating China

By Sankalp Phartiyal and Ruma Paul (Reuters) | 22 February 2016 * A major breakthrough for India in Bangladesh * India, China regional rivalry heating up * Indian govt offers […]

19 Feb 2016

China needs more power to crack down on polluters – minister

By David Stanway (Reuters) | 18 February 2016 China needs more powers to crack down on polluting companies and local governments that protect them, the country’s environment minister said on […]

17 Feb 2016

Brazil expects $4.9 billion Samarco dam disaster deal by Friday

By Anthony Boadle and Marta Nogueira (Reuters) | 17 February 2016 The Brazilian government expects to reach agreement by Friday with Samarco Mineração SA to settle a 20 billion-real ($4.9 billion) lawsuit for damages in […]

17 Feb 2016

Small diesel cars seen vulnerable to post VW scandal reforms

By Barbara Lewis and Meredith Mcgrath (Reuters) | 17 February 2016 A tougher European testing regime following Volkswagen’s (VOWG_p.DE) emissions test cheating scandal could mean new small diesel car models are modified or withdrawn, […]

16 Feb 2016

Asia watches as GMO legal challenge threatens Philippines food supply

By Manolo Serapio Jr and Enrico Dela Cruz | 16 February 2016 A legal challenge to the Philippines’ rules on genetically modified organisms is threatening to spark a food crisis in the country and […]

15 Feb 2016

Valero Energy sues U.S. EPA over biofuels plan

By Chris Prentice (Reuters) | 12 February 2016 Valero Energy Corp filed lawsuits against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Friday to push the regulator to alter a U.S. policy designed […]

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