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25671. 25/10/2007
   
10/25/2007 (The International News), Lahore - The prices of edible oils in international market have reached 30-year high with palm oil touching $915-$920 and soybean $955-$960 per tonne there is no chance of locally processed cooking oil and ghee rates coming down, industry representatives said Wednesday.
25672. 25/10/2007
   
24/10/2007 (Ferghana.ru) - Cooking oil, both vegetable and cotton, has essentially disappeared from Tashkent stores. The stores that used to sell numerous brands (local and imported from Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, and Iran) are empty nowadays.
25673. 24/10/2007
   
23/10/2007 (Mongabay) - While it is often argued that the economic benefits of oil palm plantations outweigh the environmental costs of converting biodiverse ecosystems to monocultures, new analysis suggests that the role of plantations in reducing rural poverty may be overstated.
25674. 24/10/2007
   
23/10/2007 (All African.com) - As oil prices soar and biofuel production becomes more attractive, especially to poor countries, a debate is raging over its possible impact on food security.
25675. 24/10/2007
   
23/10/2007 (Daily Times Pakistan), New Delhi - Sharply higher global prices of palm and soy oil will limit edible oil imports next month by private trade in India, the world’s leading buyer, despite lower oil stocks at the ports, traders said on Tuesday.
25676. 24/10/2007
   
24/10/2007 (Business Standard) - India, the world’s second-biggest vegetable oil buyer, may ask state trading firms to import more edible oils, rather than cut tariffs to boost local supplies, said Dorab Mistry, director at Godrej International.
25677. 24/10/2007
   
23/10/2007 (Commodity Online), Mumbai - Change is in the air for the National Agricultural Cooperative Marketing Federation of India Ltd’s (Nafed) ways of buying crude palm oil from the global market.
25678. 24/10/2007
   
23/10/2007 (Commodity Online), Mumbai - Discourage use of edible oil for bio-fuel production or face starvation. That is the message of Solvent Extractors’ Association of India (SEA) to the Indian government.
25679. 24/10/2007
   
23/10/2007 (Business Standard) - The Solvent Extractors’ Association of India (SEA) has urged the government to discourage the use of edible oils, including rapeseed oil, palm oil and soybean oil, for biofuel as it would lead to a price rise in edible oils.
25680. 22/10/2007
   
22/10/2007 (The New Zealand Herald), Chicago - The remaining 62,000 orangutans in the wild could be wiped out within decades as forests in their Asian island habitat are decimated by loggers and palm oil farmers, say conservationists.
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