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26221. 17/06/2003
   
KUALA LUMPUR, June 13: The Department of Environment expects to chargethree companies here for open burning which had compounded the haze overthe Klang Valley and other parts of the peninsula today.DOE director-general Rosnani Ibarahim said two companies in Shah Alam andanother in Kuala Langat were being investigated for open burning in oilpalm plantations.
26222. 17/06/2003
   
BOMBAY (June 13 2003) : Edible oil imports by India, the world's largestbuyer, are expected to surge in June from a year due to poor availabilityof domestic oils, traders and industry officials said on Thursday.
26223. 17/06/2003
   
KUALA LUMPUR (June 17 2003) : Indonesia's crude palm oil production couldtouch nearly 10 million tonnes this year, up nine percent from last yearbecause of higher yields, an Indonesian industry official said on Monday.
26224. 17/06/2003
   
KUALA LUMPUR, June 16 (Bernama) -- Primary Industries Minister Datuk SeriDr Lim Keng Yaik has become an Honorary Fellow of the Incorporated Societyof Planters (ISP).
26225. 17/06/2003
   
KARACHI (June 14 2003) : Pakistan has received a Japanese aid of $ 16million to import soyabean oil.
26226. 12/06/2003
   
KUALA LUMPUR (June 11 2003) : India, the world's largest edible oilconsumer, is overbought and unlikely to buy more oil in June, puttingpressure on volatile palm oil prices, traders said on Tuesday.
26227. 12/06/2003
   
HONG KONG (June 10 2003) : China has bought large quantities of soyaoildue to high domestic vegetable oils prices while a few soyabean cargoesare stranded at ports amid worries Beijing is trying to curb bean imports,traders said on Monday.
26228. 12/06/2003
   
KARACHI (June 08 2003) : Three incentives have been provided to vegetableghee industry in the national budget for 2003-04, and market sources areof the view that ghee makers would pass on the benefit of these incentivesto the consumers.
26229. 12/06/2003
   
Thursday, June 12 2003 - INDIA is expected to buy more palm oil fromMalaysia in the next few months as its crop output dropped because of adeadly heatwave that has killed more than 1,000 people and dried upplantations.
26230. 12/06/2003
   
KUALA LUMPUR (June 11 2003) : Some traders believed Malaysia's palm oilexports for the whole of June could fall to 800,000 tonnes, from 1.08million tonnes in May, because main buyers like India and China are wellcovered.
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