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151. 23/08/2019
   
Indonesia is pushing its domestic airlines to halt purchase of Airbus SE planes in retaliation for curbs imposed by the European Union on use of palm biodiesel.
152. 23/08/2019
   
Despite well-intentioned work by the Round Table for Sustainable Palm Oil production (RSPO) – set up in 2003 – less than 20% of the world’s supply is ‘certified sustainable’.
153. 23/08/2019
   
Consumers will have to pay 3 per cent more for palm oil, 4 per cent more for soyabean oil and 6 per cent more for sunflower oil with the rupee getting devalued by 4 per cent in the past one month, said edible oil companies.
154. 23/08/2019
   
Satellite mapping company Ecometrica is to collaborate with the Indonesian space agency to monitor the effects of palm oil plantations in the rain forests under a signed agreement.
155. 23/08/2019
   
An Indonesian man is walking more than 700 kilometers (430 miles) backward from his village in eastern Java to the country's capital to raise awareness about deforestation.
156. 23/08/2019
   
As palm oil trade tensions drag on, Malaysia has slated another round of EU lobbying and a joint World Trade Organization (WTO) dispute filing with Indonesia for November 2019.
157. 23/08/2019
   
Ghana spends US$40million to import about 50,000 metric tonnes of palm oil annually, the Africa Regional Director of ProForest, Mr Abraham Baffoe has said.
158. 22/08/2019
   
On the morning of February 26, executives from a Washington consultancy presented a strategy paper to some of the most powerful officials in the Malaysian palm oil industry.
159. 22/08/2019
   
African governments should invest massively in oil palm production to meet the increasing demand of palm oil on both the local and the international markets, Godwin Obaseki, Governor of Edo State, Nigeria has said.
160. 22/08/2019
   
Post-Brexit, the U.K. will have a historic opportunity to strike a trade deal with one of the world’s fastest-growing regions and prove that it can shed European red tape and protectionism. The key is to rethink the European Union’s policy on palm oil.
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