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KUALA LUMPUR (March 9): Local palm oil market players will keep an eye on the Plantation Industries and Commodities Ministry’s move on key policies that have been supporting the industry following the appointment of … ... continue reading
The Star Online (04/03/2020) – NEW YORK: The global oil benchmark ended Tuesday slightly lower under pressure from falling equities, but the losses were contained slightly as top producers considered more output cuts to support … ... continue reading
Business Recorder (04/02/2020) – Malaysian palm oil futures jumped over 2% on Tuesday on hopes of a recovery in demand from China and India, following the ouster of prime minister Mahathir Mohamad, whose criticisms … ... continue reading
2.03.2020 (New Straits Times Online) – EVEN as Malaysia and Indonesia work towards combating misperceptions behind anti-palm oil products from grocery store shelves, anti-palm oil campaigns in Europe continue to gain momentum. The various … ... continue reading
PETALING JAYA: India should reconsider its decision to advise its palm oil importers to shun importing Malaysian palm oil as the country’s political situation has changed, says MCA president Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka … ... continue reading
JAKARTA (Reuters) – Indonesia’s chief economic minister, Airlangga Hartarto, said on Wednesday the government plans to increase palm oil export levies to support expansion of its palm biodiesel program. “The increase is currently being … ... continue reading
MANCHESTER (Feb 25): The application of blockchain technology in the palm oil industry would indicate the existence of a trusted solution in place to prove provenance, certify sustainability and encourage the industry positive growth, … ... continue reading
TAWAU: Operators of oil palm estates which are above 40 hectares are required to have the Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil (MSPO) certification effective this year. Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok Suh Sim said the … ... continue reading
This is because significant upgrades are required for their lorries and buses before such mass adoption can be seamlessly executed, said operators as well as engine manufacturers. Yesterday, Deputy Prime Minister Deputy Datuk Seri … ... continue reading

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