sugar plantation


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sugar plantation

npiantagione f di canne da zucchero
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Wal, now, a feller can't help thinkin' it's a mighty pity to have a nice, quiet, likely feller, as good un as Tom is, go down to be fairly ground up on one of them ar sugar plantations.
Along the way he soaks up the sights and sounds of Havana, retraces the footsteps of the country's national hero Che Guevara, and visits the ghost town of Camilo Cienfuegos - a relic from Cuba's colonial sugar plantation era.
3 million) worth of sugar from Thailand, has allegedly benefited from the improper distribution of land at the sugar plantation owned by the Cojuangco-Aquino family in central Luzon, a militant lawmaker has said.
The collection of papers acquired by Cambridge University, contains the business exchanges of Philip Perrin, who had a sugar plantation in Jamaica.
It owns and operates the state's only sugar plantation.
Enrico Stennett grew up on a sugar plantation in Jamaica and lived in Llandudno until his death in 2011, aged 85.
Kasolo stated, "The sugar plantation at the 110 000 hectare Luena Farm Block has the potential to create 5 000 jobs once it starts operating.
Oxfam also reported ANZ was financing a sugar plantation in Cambodia accused of child labor.
Gobat's family runs the luxurious Cap Maison hotel on the island, It is a five-star boutique property set in the tropical grounds of a former sugar plantation.
It said the collision happened in the sugar plantation district of Chisumbanje, about 460 kilometers (285 miles) from the capital, Harare.
Meanwhile in south-west Brazil activists in Mato Grosso do Sul are fighting the occupation of their land by a sugar plantation supplying a mill owned by Bunge.
Six state owned sugar plantation companies--PTPN II, VII, IX, X, XI, and XIV dominate the country's sugar industry.