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  • New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra Co-Operative Group also confirmed it had 89 containers of "dry product" on board the ship, destined for North and Southeast Asia and West Africa.

    Oil Leak: New Zealand's Worst Environmental Disaster at Sea

  • New Zealand dairy giant Fonterra Co-Operative Group also confirmed it had 89 containers of "dry product" on board.

    Oil Ship Off New Zealand Might Split Apart

  • The earthquake overshadowed news that unlisted dairy giant Fonterra Co-Operative Group increased its forecast milk price for the 2010-2011 season due to high international dairy prices, a rare piece of good news for New Zealand's struggling economy.

    New Zealand Dollar Falls After Quake

  • Fonterra Co-Operative Group Ltd., which is based in New Zealand, has strengthened plans to build larger farms in China.

    Nestlé to Help Fund Dairy-Farming Institute in China

  • It was Graham who provided the government with its first evidence in the Bay Area Laboratory Co-Operative steroids probe, mailing a vial of a designer drug called "the clear" to USADA in 2003.

    Graham sues USADA for $30M

  • A 2009 report by WWF and the Co-Operative Bank concludes that if production continues at this rapid pace around 87 billion barrels of tar sands oil will be mined, burned and ultimately released into the atmosphere as more than 50 gigatons of CO2 by 2050.

    Rebecca Tarbotton: James Cameron Goes to the Tar Sands

  • A 2009 report by WWF and the Co-Operative Bank concludes that if production continues at this rapid pace around 87 billion barrels of tar sands oil will be mined, burned and ultimately released into the atmosphere as more than 50 gigatons of CO2 by 2050.

    Rebecca Tarbotton: James Cameron Goes to the Tar Sands

  • Website of Campus Co-Operative Residences Inc. a surviving organization affiliated with Rochdale.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • A 2009 report by WWF and the Co-Operative Bank concludes that if production continues at this rapid pace around 87 billion barrels of tar sands oil will be mined, burned and ultimately released into the atmosphere as more than 50 gigatons of CO2 by 2050.

    Rebecca Tarbotton: James Cameron Goes to the Tar Sands

  • WELLINGTON—Fonterra Co-Operative Group Ltd. became the first company from New Zealand to raise funds in the offshore yuan bond market with a 300 million yuan US$46 million, three-year bond.

    New Zealand Dairy Sells Yuan Bond

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