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LAELa Grande (Amtrak station code; La Grande, OR)
LAELogistics Account Executive (various companies)
LAELicensed Aircraft Engineer (aviation)
LAELive Animal Export (Australia)
LAELatino American Experience (resource)
LAELoss Adjustment Expense
LAELinux Application Environment
LAELinear Alcohol Ethoxylate
LAELauryl Alcohol Ethoxylate
LAELeft Atrial Enlargement
LAELicenciado En Administracion de Empresas (Mexico)
LAELutte Anti-Erosive (agriculture project)
LAELavastorm Analytics Engine
LAELeft Above Elbow (amputee)
LAELiquid Apogee Engine
LAELaw Aptitude Examination (University of the Philippines Diliman)
LAELos Angeles Examiner (newspaper)
LAELake Ashuelot Estates (New Hampshire)
LAELucasArts Entertainment Company
LAELightpath Add Edge
LAELevel of Adversary Effort
LAELethal Attack of Emitters
LAELiver-Associated Enzyme
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'Without quality quarantine services, Kenyan livestock has zero value for live animal export,' veterinary surgeon Chip Stem said.
Saifi said he had recently submitted some proposals to the Ministry of Food Security and Research for enhancing exports from Pakistan which include abolishing live animal export quota as instead of its export of value products can help the government earn mo prices in international markets rather than selling live animals at a low value.
The deal is expected to boost Australia's current live export number to twice its current level, but critics want to end the country's live animal export industry because of cruelty-to-animal issues.
(27) The Greens introduced The Live Animal Export (Slaughter) Prohibition Bill 2011 [No.
So efficient and increased production and prudent Governmental policies regarding meat and live animal export as well as local demand management are the only solutions.
Private sales of sheep from the Bahrain Livestock Company (BLC) feedlot in Sitra have been banned after Australia launched a review of its live animal export trade.
IT is proposed to resume the cruel live animal export trade once the effects of foot-and-mouth are officially over.
It covers the introduction of the horse, Australia's first live animal export, and the foundations of Australia's wool and beef industries, including the role of early leaders such as Phillip, King, Macarthur and Bligh.
The anticipated boom in live animal export is because of the increased demand for these commodities and a decision by the federal government of Australia to remove a major condition on opening markets which is having a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with any new live export market.