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26041. 31/05/2004
   
Wednesday May 26, 2004 - THE significance of China as the single largestimporter of Malaysian palm oil especially over the past five yearsstrongly reflects China’s growing domestic demand and confidence in thesupply and quality of the commodity.
26042. 31/05/2004
   
ISLAMABAD, May 28 Asia Pulse - The government is considering a proposal toreduce general sales tax (GST) to 15 per cent from 20 per cent on importsof palm oil and palm olein at the persistent demand of the vanaspati gheemanufacturers, well-placed sources said.
26043. 31/05/2004
   
27 May, 2004 - FALLING crude palm oil (CPO) prices may have found theirbottom and are poised for a rebound in the weeks ahead.
26044. 25/05/2004
   
5/24/2004 (Agra Europe) - Oilseed production in the EU-15 is seen risingto 13.83 million tonnes this year, up 12.0% on the 12.35mt harvested in2003, according to grain lobby Coceral. Meanwhile, oilseed production innew member state Poland is seen rising nearly 50% to 1.125mt.
26045. 25/05/2004
   
May 22, 2004, (SUNGAI BULOH, Malaysia) The recent boom in globalcommodities - with palm oil recently hitting five-year price highs - isexposing deep inefficiencies in Malaysia's palm-oil industry, the AsianWall Street Journal reported yesterday.
26046. 25/05/2004
   
KUALA LUMPUR, May 24 (Bernama) -- Romania has requested Malaysiancompanies to set up palm oil processing plants in its country, deputyMinister of International Trade and Industry, Datuk Ahmad Husni Hanadzlahsaid Monday.
26047. 24/05/2004
   
May 19, 2004... Saint Louis, Missouri... Representing the 25,000producer-members of the American Soybean Association (ASA), Board memberand past-President Bart Ruth, a soybean and corn farmer from Rising City,Neb., testified on the status of agricultural trade negotiations beforethe U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Agriculture. World demandfor soy-related exports, particularly high protein soybean meal andlivestock products, is growing rapidly. Expansion of developing economieshas spurred rising demand for and ability to afford a more nutritiousdiet.
26048. 24/05/2004
   
5/21/2004 - In 1992, the aquaculture industry in China was not usingsoybean meal in feed. Today, soybean meal use by this industry isestimated to exceed 185 million bushels of soybeans a year, thanks in partto soybean checkoff-funded programs, implemented by the American SoybeanAssociation (ASA). These programs increased demand for U.S. soybean mealthrough feeding demonstrations showing the nutritional and economicadvantages of feeding U.S. soybean meal to fish. As a result of thesuccess experienced building demand for soybean meal in China'saquaculture industry, the soybean checkoff is now conducting similardemand-building activities in the aquaculture industries in India,Vietnam, Indonesia and the Phillipines. Checkoff-funded seminars,presented to fish farmers, feed mills, university professors andgovernment and extension officials in these nations, highlight data fromprevious feeding demonstrations held in China.
26049. 24/05/2004
   
KUALA LUMPUR, May 18 (Bernama) -- The Ministry of Plantation Industriesand Commodities plans to organise a trade mission for cocoa and palm oilto Arab countries later this year to tap the relatively big market forthese products.
26050. 24/05/2004
   
Thursday May 20, 2004 - THE Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB) will set up adedicated working group to address the issue of Ganoderma or basal stemrot disease, which is fast becoming a major threat to oil palm cultivationand production in Malaysia.
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