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26361. 17/05/2006
14/5/06 ( The Edge Daily) - Most of the plantation stocks prices have already factored in the anticipated high crude palm oil (CPO) prices for the remainder of the year and 2007, analysts said.
26362. 17/05/2006
15/5/06 MIRI (The Star) - B5, Malaysia's bio-fuel, scored perfect marks in initial tests.
26363. 17/05/2006
15/5/06 ( The Jakarta Post, Jakarta) - Indonesians working in Malaysia's informal sector will be accorded basic rights as of June 1, following the implementation of a bilateral agreement signed by the two countries in Bali during the weekend
26364. 17/05/2006
MIRI, May 14 (Bernama) -- Voters should reject "imported" opposition candidates as they cannot represent the voice of the people here, Deputy Chief Minister Tan Sri Dr George Chan Hong Nam said.
26365. 11/05/2006
KUALA LUMPUR, May 8 (Bernama) -- The Plantation Industries and Commodities Ministry is studying a proposal to reduce road tax for ENVO Diesel-powered vehicles to encourage use of the fuel, the Dewan Negara was told Monday.
26366. 11/05/2006
BENTONG, May 10 (Bernama) -- Steam boiler manufacturer Enco Danstoker (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd plans to build a RM22 million biomass steam plant which uses a cleaner development mechanism application to reduce the dependency on fuel for power.
26367. 11/05/2006
8/5/06 (Business Times) - THE RM322.42 million Sapangar Bay container port at Kota Kinabalu that is being developed by Sabah Port Sdn Bhd, is now at the final stage of construction.
26368. 11/05/2006
11/52006 (The Star) - NEW DELHI: Palm oil futures in Malaysia may rise as production fails to keep up with demand in Asia and Europe for the vegetable fat used in food, detergents and fuel, according to TransGraph Consulting Pvt.
26369. 11/05/2006
9/5/2006 KOTA KINABALU (The Star) - Oil palm companies should voluntarily remove trees planted on riverbank reserves and not wait for the authorities to act against them.
26370. 11/05/2006
10/5/06 (mercurynews.com) - New food labeling requirements have made it easier to determine if our favorite foods contain harmful trans fats. But the demand among food manufacturers for alternatives to trans fats may have an unfortunate consequence: Greater use of palm oil in many popular food products.
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