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25561. 11/10/2007
   
11/10/2007 (Daily times), KUALA LUMPUR - Palm oil has lost 6.4 percent from record levels it hit in June but prices will rebound soon and test new highs by the end of the year, as the world’s appetite for biofuels grows and production remains stagnant.
25562. 11/10/2007
   
11/10/2007 (Sydney Morning Herald) - The rush to replace carbon-emitting petroleum with "clean green" biofuels is threatening to stall in the face of rising food prices, Federal Government disincentives and growing opposition from environmental groups sounding the alarm about large-scale deforestation to support fuel crops.
25563. 11/10/2007
   
10/10/2007 (Food Week) - Australia wants international action on the sustainable sourcing of palm oil as demand from biofuels companies puts pressure on tropical rainforests.
25564. 11/10/2007
   
10/10/2007 (The Jakarta Post) - The burden of forest preservation should be shared by all those that benefit from it, including the industrialized countries.
25565. 11/10/2007
   
10/10/2007 (Food Navigator) - Consumer awareness of 'bad' fats is at an all-time high, but people are still lacking key information to better understand what they eat, according to a new survey by the American Heart Association (AHA).
25566. 10/10/2007
   
10/10/2007 (Daily Express News),Kota Kinabalu - DAP Sabah called on the Government to abolish the oil palm cess for the benefit of planters.
25567. 10/10/2007
   
09/10/2007 (NutraIngredients.com) - A diet rich in crude palm oil, different from the refined industrial oil, may reduce blood levels of very LDL-C and triacylglycerol in healthy, young individuals, Brazilian researchers report.
25568. 10/10/2007
   
09/10/2007 (EU Business) - Green campaigners warned today that proposals for certifying palm oil as sustainable are flawed. As the Round Table for Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) presented proposals to label sustainable palm oil, Friends of the Earth groups staged an installation of screaming tree stumps outside the meeting in Brussels, representing the current environmental violations caused by producing palm oil.
25569. 10/10/2007
   
09/10/2007 (Xinhua) - India's state-run trading firm MMTC has invited bids for import of 21,000 tons of edible oil, the company said Tuesday.
25570. 09/10/2007
   
08/10/2007 (The Hindu Business Line), Mumbai - A sudden surge in bio-fuel demand has transformed the agri-commodity landscape in the last couple of years. Against the backdrop of compelling factors such as continued strong demand for energy and fuel requirements, increasing oil prices and all-encompassing demand from the burgeoning economies of China and India for fuel and other commodities, bio-fuels are here to stay, according to a report prepared for the Singapore regional office of ASA International Marketing.
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