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LOS CARTELES GRINGOS

Lunes, 6 de Junio de 2016







LOS CARTELES GRINGOS




MUNDO | 1997/06/09 00:00




LOS CARTELES GRINGOS




Recientes condenas muestran la existencia de poderosas organizaciones de narcotraficantes en Estados Unidos. Por ahora sólo se ve la punta del 'iceberg'.








LOS CARTELES GRINGOS


Cualquiera que haya sufrido en carne propia el 'rigor' de los aduaneros en los aeropuertos de entrada a Estados Unidos sabe que un alto número de colombianos, mexicanos y otros extranjeros son tratados en ese país como narcotraficantes hasta que demuestren lo contrario. 



Esa es una manifestación más de la tendencia estadounidense a considerar la droga como un problema externo, una conspiración internacional para sacar la mayor cantidad posible de dólares de un negocio ilegal aun a costa de socavar las bases de la sociedad norteamericana. 


Esa tendencia a culpar a otros, que existe gracias a que el gobierno federal no la desmiente en forma explícita, está siendo sin embargo rebatida por las autoridades judiciales.…

ISREALI PROGRAM INCREASE DENSITY & YIELD IN INDIA

https://m.timesofindia.com/city/bengaluru/indo-israeli-tie-up-increases-mango-produce-in-kolar/articleshow/64313233.cms
Israel is involved with India mango growers in a program that increases orchard density 10 fold from 60 trees per acre to 600.While approach increases yield, it decreases the lifespan of the average mango tree from 100 years down to 25 years.The Government of Israel has been assisting India for several years.

AGENDA SET FOR 2018 INTL MANGO FESTIVAL AT FAIRCHILD

AGENDA
9:00 a.m. — Registration
9:30 a.m. — National Mango Board, Manuel Michel
10:20 a.m. — Current Status of Mango Industry in the Eastern Hemisphere with Emphasis on Spain, Dr. Victor Galan, Spain11:10 a.m. — The Mango in Haiti, Ena P. Derenoncourt, Mango Growers Association, Haiti12:00 — Lunch1:00 p.m. — The Mango in the Americas, Dr. NorisLedesmaFTBG1:40 p.m. — Mango Production in China, Dr. Ping Lu, ISHS Mango Working Group of International Society for Horticultural Science2:30 p.m. — Mango Production in South Africa, Pieter Buys, SAMGA, South Africa3:20 p.m. — Mango Production in Israel, Dr. Yuval Cohen, Volcani Research Center, Israel4:10 p.m. — Mango Forum5:00 p.m. — First Look and Discussion of “Mangos of the World Display”6:00 p.m. — Mango Festival Kickoff PartyFor more information:https://www.fairchildgarden.org/Events-Community-Outreach/Events-Details/international-mango-conference-at-fairchild

AUSTRALIA OPEN TO PHILIPPINE MANGOES

DAVAOPH mangoes wanted in AustraliaJENNIE P. ARADO3 hours agoTHERE is a trade opportunity for Philippines mangoes to Australia, said an executive of an Australian Embassy in the Philippines.During the Kapehan sa Dabaw press conference at SM City Davao held yesterday, May 21, Deputy Head for Mission of the Australian Embassy in the Philippines Mat Kimberley said their country only produces mangoes for six months and for the remaining six months they export mangoes from other countries. Because of this, Kimberley said the trade opportunity for the Philippines is very open.
http://www.sunstar.com.ph/article/1744227/Davao/Business/PH-mangoes-wanted-in-Australia


EVERY COUNTRY HAS A FAVORITE MANGO

Australia: Seeds from India, Ceylon, the East Indies and the Philippines were on boats headed to Australia with the earliest settlers in North Queensland. By 1875, one plantation held 40 varieties from India alone. Australians take pride in their Honey Gold and Kensington Pride mangoes.
https://m.hindustantimes.com/more-lifestyle/aam-janta-meet-the-most-popular-mangoes-from-around-the-world/story-awyKn4Rul4Vdp2Dj5el8TJ.html