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121. 28/08/2019
Indonesia will continue to lean on palm oil economically for decades to come despite European opposition, as stakeholders look for a strategic policy that will help the industry grow sustainably, environmentally and financially.
122. 28/08/2019
Sri Lanka’s palm oil plantations stand to lose 500 million rupees worth of fully grown plants in nurseries as the government dithers on approving new plantings the industry badly needs to expand production, an official said.
123. 28/08/2019
The Palm Oil Industry Association (POIA) yesterday regretted that its issues remain unresolved with the Government turning a deaf ear to the pleas of the industry.
124. 28/08/2019
The Indian government has recently announced a major scheme aimed at converting used cooking oil (UCO) into biodiesel to power the rising number of vehicles on the country's roads.
125. 28/08/2019
Non-Cabinet Minister of Economic Reforms and Public Distribution Dr. Harsha de Silva yesterday suggested the battered palm oil industry to create a multi-stakeholder committee and have an open dialogue to iron out the issues.
126. 27/08/2019
The Seventh Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD 7) will be held in Yokohama. Saraya Co. hopes that this meeting will serve as a milestone for the harmonization of African nations.
127. 27/08/2019
Malaysia is in talks with at least six countries on the possibility of using palm oil to pay for arms, as South-east Asia's third-biggest economy seeks to replace old equipment to boost its defence capabilities.
128. 27/08/2019
India's Commerce Ministry has recommended an increase in the import duty on refined palm oil from Malaysia, in response to a demand by domestic refiners.
129. 27/08/2019
Negri Sembilan recorded RM2.68 billion in investments last year.
130. 27/08/2019
It's an issue between Indonesia, together with Malaysia, against the environmentally conscious European Union (EU) that had been percolating for some time because the bloc is stopping imports of palm oil for biofuel because its mass production causes mass deforestation.
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