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May 13, 1996 | DAVID R. BAKER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The immense plastic sheets stretched across local strawberry fields usually end up in the same place as the garbage bags they so closely resemble--buried beneath heaps of rotting trash in the county's landfills. Benn Tsai hand David Goldstein, however, see the sheets, used when growers fumigate their fields, as a valuable resource waiting to be tapped. Or more precisely, hosed down, ground up and recycled.
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BUSINESS
November 12, 1999 | Bloomberg News
FDX Corp.'s Federal Express formed its first joint venture in China, called Federal Express-DTW Co. The venture is a 50-50 arrangement between it and partner Da Tian W. Air Service Corp., which is a government-owned company that coordinates freight shipments. China prohibits full foreign ownership in shipping and postal services. Financial terms were not disclosed. The venture began operating Nov.
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BUSINESS
November 12, 1999 | Bloomberg News
FDX Corp.'s Federal Express formed its first joint venture in China, called Federal Express-DTW Co. The venture is a 50-50 arrangement between it and partner Da Tian W. Air Service Corp., which is a government-owned company that coordinates freight shipments. China prohibits full foreign ownership in shipping and postal services. Financial terms were not disclosed. The venture began operating Nov.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 13, 1996 | DAVID R. BAKER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The immense plastic sheets stretched across local strawberry fields usually end up in the same place as the garbage bags they so closely resemble--buried beneath heaps of rotting trash in the county's landfills. Benn Tsai hand David Goldstein, however, see the sheets, used when growers fumigate their fields, as a valuable resource waiting to be tapped. Or more precisely, hosed down, ground up and recycled.
BUSINESS
January 29, 1996 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Advanced Micro Devices to Spend $108 Million on Plant: The Sunnyvale-based company said it broke ground for the integrated circuit assembly-and-testing facility near Shanghai. The company's Advanced Micro Devices (Suzhou) Ltd. unit is building the plant in the China-Singapore Suzhou Industrial Park. AMD (Suzhou) said it plans to start assembling and testing flash memories, programmable logic devices and communication devices there by late 1997.
BUSINESS
January 29, 1996 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Advanced Micro Devices to Spend $108 Million on Plant: The Sunnyvale-based company said it broke ground for the integrated circuit assembly-and-testing facility near Shanghai. The company's Advanced Micro Devices (Suzhou) Ltd. unit is building the plant in the China-Singapore Suzhou Industrial Park. AMD (Suzhou) said it plans to start assembling and testing flash memories, programmable logic devices and communication devices there by late 1997.
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