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25551. 26/12/2006
   
25552. 26/12/2006
   
22/12/06 KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Malaysian plantation firm Golden Hope has accepted a merger offer that is expected to create the world's largest listed palm oil planter worth $8.6 billion, it said on Friday.
25553. 26/12/2006
   
26/12/2006 NEW DELHI, (PTI): Hoping for a breakthrough in Free Trade Agreement (FTA) negotiations with Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) before Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's visit to the association's summit in Kuala Lumpur next month, India has made its "most aggressive" offer to further cut down its negative list to 490.
25554. 26/12/2006
   
20/12/06 (www.nieuwsbank.nl) - On 20 December the EU Council of Ministers is expected to decide on the withdrawal of tariff preferences for products, including oils and fats, originating in Belarus.
25555. 26/12/2006
   
18/12/06, KUALA LUMPUR (www.iht.com) - Malaysian palm oil producer Kuala Lumpur Kepong Bhd. said it will buy Swiss specialty oleochemical producer Dr. W. Kolb Holding AG for 135 million Swiss francs (US$110.5 million; €84.4 million) in cash.
25556. 19/12/2006
   
18/12/06 (NSTP) - KOTA KINABALU: Only a handful of oil palm plantations in the Kinabatangan district have restored riparian reserves, a fact that has irked Kinabatangan MP Datuk Bung Moktar Radin.
25557. 19/12/2006
   
19/12/06 (The Star) - GUTHRIE Foundation will offer scholarships to researchers to conduct post-doctoral studies soon.
25558. 19/12/2006
   
15/12/06 SINGAPORE, (Reuters) - Investors cheered Wilmar's multi-billion dollar purchase of Malaysian agricultural assets on Friday, sending its stock up 27 percent on hopes it will profit from high palm oil prices due to demand from China and India.
25559. 19/12/2006
   
18/12/06 (The Star) - MALAYSIAN fibreboard companies have to be innovative and creative to maintain their leading edge in the international market.
25560. 19/12/2006
   
18/12/06 (The Sun Daily) PENANG - The government should take responsibility for the actions of Malaysian timber and oil palm companies which are the main culprits of illegal logging and open burning in Papua New Guinea (PNG) and Indonesia, several non-governmental organisations (NGOs) said.
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