Madagascar


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Synonyms for Madagascar

an island in the Indian Ocean off the southeastern coast of Africa

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Antananarivo [Madagascar], Mar 14 ( ANI ): President Ram Nath Kovind on Wednesday arrived at the Madagascar capital in the last leg of his five-day two-nation visit.
We are confident that the new strategies put in place by the Government, the role of IDA financing, and the growing commitment of development partners give historic momentum to Madagascar's nutrition agenda," said Solonandrasana Olivier MAHAFALY, Prime Minister of the Republic of Madagascar.
Transition Support (TAF) of US $ 31 million to finance the first phase of the Economic Competitiveness Support Program (PACE I) in Madagascar.
After initial outbreak in August, Madagascar continued to see cases of both bubonic and pneumonic plague.
British tourists are beingwarnedabout a deadly plague epidemic that has killed 94 people on the island of Madagascar.
Hunger levels are so severe in drought-ridden southern Madagascar that many people in remote villages have eaten almost nothing but cactus fruit for up to four years, said a Catholic Relief Services official.
Air Madagascar Group has worked with the Malagasy Government in a search for a strategic partner to strengthen and develop the Air Madagascar Group, the company said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-October 25, 2016-Air Madagascar to select strategic partner to strengthen company
Global Banking News-September 12, 2016--GSMA launches interoperable mobile money services in Madagascar
Summary: A cooperation and partnership agreement was signed between the Confederation of Tunisian Citizen Enterprises (CONECT) and its Malagasy counterpart, the Grouping of Companies of Madagascar (GEM) in Ambohijatovoa (Madagascar), the
The Government of Madagascar is getting serious about bringing foreign direct investment into the country, examining policies and institutional improvements to encourage investors.
Summary: Madagascar needs to prepare for the Open Sky.
Madagascar is renowned for its highly endemic biota, rich forests, and a wealth of other natural resources (Goodman and Benstead 2005, Raharimahefa 2012, Randriamalala and Liu 2010).
ExxonMobil Corp has ended its oil exploration in Madagascar after disappointing findings in its off-shore blocks, the Malagasy Mining and Petroleum Minister said.
Jolly began studying the primates on her first trip to Madagascar in 1962 and spent much of her career documenting lemurs' social lives.