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Jatropha Sector Reality Check: Still Viable In Volatile Times? Upcoming Webcast Shares Latest Insights
Date:1/14/2009

In this time of global economic uncertainty, a top question of Jatropha developers is, "What impact will the current economic crisis have on the Jatropha sector and its prominence as a viable, sustainable biofuel?" To address this critical concern and more, a free 20 January webinar has been scheduled. As a precursor to Jatropha World Asia 2009, this not-to-be-missed webcast will lend crucial answers to hard-hitting inquiries by Jatropha investors.

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (PRWEB) January 14, 2009 -- In line with Jatropha World Asia 2009, a free webcast "Will the Jatropha Sector Sustain Itself in Volatile Times?" is scheduled. It will broadcast live 20 January 9AM GMT, 2:30 PM India, 4:00 PM Bangkok, 5:00 PM Kuala Lumpur and 8:00 PM Australian Central Time. This timely webcast will provide a platform for key industry experts to field Jatropha entrepreneurs' questions concerning the effect today's uncertain economy will have on their investments and the industry as a whole.

As Jatropha takes huge strides toward commercialization as a sustainable, clean burning biofuel, it is more important than ever that those with an interest in Jatropha curcas stay abreast of the effect today's unstable global economy has on the Jatropha sector.

Dr. Mike Taverner, Executive Chairman of Jatoil Ltd., will chair the upcoming webinar. Utilizing 20 years of professional expertise in agriculture, corporate governance, research and development, and training to develop a highly successful Jatropha business model, Dr. Taverner is ideally
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