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24921. 18/01/2008
   
16/01/2008 (The Daily Times, Pakistan) - KARACHI: The local edible oil prices surged on higher import cost of crude palm oil which stood around $1,042 per tonne in the international market, after a new all time high world record prices a day earlier, the importers and millers said here on Tuesday.
24922. 18/01/2008
   
15/01/2008 (The Economic Times), New Delhi - India’s vegetable oil imports dipped by 25% during December 2007, on better crushing and domestic availability of the commodity, the Solvent Extractors’ Association of India (SEA) said on Tuesday.
24923. 18/01/2008
   
15/01/2008 (The Economic Times), New Delhi - The base prices of edible oils, which determine the customs duties on them, have been kept unchanged by the government as the domestic prices remain high.
24924. 18/01/2008
   
16/01/2008 (The Bangkok Post) - The mandatory introduction of biodiesel next month has had little impact on crude palm oil supplies, insists Chaiwat Churit, a senior executive vice-president of PTT Plc. The Energy Ministry plans to make B2 biodiesel, a blend of 2% biofuel and diesel, the universal standard starting from Feb 2.
24925. 18/01/2008
   
15/01/2008 (Mongabay.com) - The E.U. may ban imports of certain biofuel feedstocks that damage the environment, reports The New York Times. While Europe aims to supply 10 percent of all vehicle fuel from biofuels by 2020, environmentalists say some biofuels like palm oil are driving the destruction of biologically-rich rainforests and may produce more emissions than conventional fossil fuels.
24926. 18/01/2008
   
15/01/2008 (Reuters), Kuala Lumpur - The European Union's talk of toughening environment criteria for biofuels, including a clampdown on palm biodiesel, is another blow for Southeast Asia's struggling biodiesel business.
24927. 18/01/2008
   
15/01/2008 (The Star Online), Johor Bahru - Foreigners shopping in Malaysia will soon be prohibited from taking controlled food items, such as cooking oil, sugar and flour, out of the country in a bid to help prevent shortages.
24928. 18/01/2008
   
15/01/2008 (The Star Online), Johor Bharu - Foreigners who shop in Malaysia should be prohibited from taking foodstuff categorised as controlled items out of the country.
24929. 18/01/2008
   
18/01/2008 (The Daily Times, Pakistan), Islamabad - Large difference in prices of cooking oil and ghee at the utility stores and in open market shows the authorities’ inability to control prices and profiteering in town.
24930. 18/01/2008
   
18/01/2008 (The New Nation, Bangladesh) - Prices of edible oil have been continuing an upward trend. This essential consumer item experienced 57 percent increase in price over the last year and almost 7 percent over the past one month. The situation in the edible oil market is such that retail prices show an upward trend when prices in the wholesale market decrease.
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