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24891. 24/03/2008
23/03/2008 (Lanka Business Online (LBO)) – Sri Lanka's exporters of value added coconut products are asking to authorities to free edible oil imports, so that profits from oil milling would fall, freeing more nuts for other industries.
24892. 24/03/2008
23/03/2008 (The Hindu) Thiruvananthapuram - Chief Minister V.S. Achuthanandan on Friday called upon the Central government to withdraw the cut in import duty of palm oil.
24893. 24/03/2008
21/03/2008 (The Hindu Business Line), Thiruvananthapuram - The Centre's decision to slash the import duty on edible oils including palm oil is likely to hit thousands of coconut farmers in Kerala, already reeling under the impact of steady price fall over the years.
24894. 21/03/2008
20/03/2008 (Reuters, India), Dhaka - Bangladesh has waived a 10 percent customs duty on refined soybean and palm oil to halt soaring prices in the country's retail market, customs officials said on Thursday.
24895. 21/03/2008
20/03/2008 (Bloomberg) - India, the world's biggest buyer of vegetable oil after China, cut import duties on edible oil to ensure adequate domestic supplies and curb inflation.
24896. 21/03/2008
20/03/2008 (Reuters, India) New Delhi - India, the world's biggest vegetable oil buyer after China, on Thursday cut import duties on some edible oils, including crude palm, to improve supplies and ease prices as inflation hit a 10-month high.
24897. 21/03/2008
20/0./2008 (AllAfrican.com) - South Africa has indicated interest in Nigeria's palm oil. Director, West Africa International Trade and Economic Development Division in the South African Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), Mrs. Hester Obisi said during a meeting with officials of Nigerian Export Promotion Council in Abuja that South Africa would procure palm oil from Nigeria to be used as fuel in the generation of power.
24898. 21/03/2008
21/03/2008 (The Economic Times), New Delhi - Call it operation attack inflation. With the inflation inching towards 6% mark, the government on Thursday slashed Customs duty on edible oils and rice to contain their prices in the domestic market. While the Customs duty on rice has been slashed to nil from 70%, duty on all crude and refined edible oil imports has been substantially reduced from the current level of 52-75% to 20% and 27.5% respectively.
24899. 21/03/2008
20/03/2008 (The Hindu Business Line), New Delhi - The Centre on Thursday slashed import duties on all crude and refined edible oils as part of its attempt to cushion the impact of increase in the global vegetable oil prices. It also decided to exempt semi-milled and wholly milled rice from import duty and specified that this exemption would be available up to March 31 next year.
24900. 21/03/2008
20/03/2008 (Press Information Bureau (PIB)) - Government has been keeping a close watch on the domestic and international prices of essential commodities, particularly food items such as wheat, rice, pulses, and edible oils so as to keep inflation under check. It has also taken appropriate fiscal measures from time to time to achieve this objective. Full exemption from customs duty available to wheat has been extended beyond the expiry date of 31st December, 2007 and wheat flour has also been fully exempted from customs duty.
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