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Tuesday, 06 April 2010 18:57

Ardent Energy Group Inc, a Nevada Corporation with a branch in Ethiopia engaged in a biodiesel fuel development announced that it is going to outsource its farming project in Ethiopia to farmers. “We decided to change our business model from owning and managing our own farm operation to working with multiple farmers in Ethiopia,” said Yemane Daniel Gezahegne, AEG’s chairman and Chief Executive Officer.

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