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25581. 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.
25582. 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.
25583. 09/10/2007
   
08/10/2007 (The Age) - Conservation group the Humane Society International (HSI) says a new federal government move to check sources of palm oil importations has focused attention on a burgeoning deforestation problem in tropical countries.
25584. 09/10/2007
   
07/10/2007 (Colombo Page), Colombo - Sri Lanka's Ministry of Plantation Industries has decided to introduce import taxes on both processed and raw palm products.
25585. 09/10/2007
   
05/10/2007 (Reuters), HONG KONG - The earth is too small to accommodate all the biofuels projects envisioned for the globe, and this raises doubts whether green fuels will ever play a big role in weaning the world off crude oil.
25586. 09/10/2007
   
09/10/2007 (Bloomberg) - Australia, the world's third-largest canola exporter, may produce 15 percent less of the oilseed than earlier forecast after dry weather hurt crops in New South Wales state, eroding the benefit of higher export prices.
25587. 09/10/2007
   
09/10/2007 (The Edge Daily) - ASEAMBANKERS Equity Research expects palm oil prices to stay firm over the next 12 months with the potential to test RM3,000 per tonne. This was against its earlier anticipation of softer palm oil prices of RM2,200-RM2,400 level as production enters seasonally higher production months and amidst significant production recovery from dry spell experienced earlier in the year.
25588. 09/10/2007
   
09/10/2007 (The Hindu), New Delhi - Government-owned trading firm MMTC has invited bids for import of 21,000 tonnes of edible oil to meet the rising demand during the festive season.
25589. 09/10/2007
   
09/10/2007 (The Nation Business) - Amid fears of an adverse impact from the floating of the cooking gas price later this year, the Commerce Ministry will call an urgent meting next week with 100 consumer-goods manufacturers to ask them to curb rising prices. The private sector has planned to ask the government's permission for price increases next month.
25590. 08/10/2007
   
08/10/2007 (Bloomberg) - Palm oil futures in Malaysia may fall 4.7 percent in the next three weeks as above-average rainfall increases oilseed production in India, probably reducing overseas purchases of the commodity, TransGraph Consulting Pvt. said.
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