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26441. 02/10/2003
   
BERA, Pahang, Sept 29 (Bernama) -- Primary Industries Minister Datuk SeriDr Lim Keng Yaik has urged oil palm smallholders to use modern technologyand expertise to reduce production costs.
26442. 26/09/2003
   
Thursday, May 29, 2003, AMSTERDAM - New stricter European Union rules onanimal feed are due to virtually halt Asian shipments to Europe of copraproducts and might also curb imports of palm kernel expellers, industrysources said on Tuesday.
26443. 25/09/2003
   
23 Sept, 2003 (Oil World Flash) - The official import data for Augustconfirm very strong domestic demand. Imports were higher than expected forsoybeans and, in particular, again for palm oil. Soybean imports wereboosted to 2.45 Mn T and this brought the total for Oct/Aug 2002/ 03 to arecord 18.4 Mn T or more than double the quantity imported the yearbefore. A slowing-down is now expected for September. But Chinese soybeanpurchases have picked up and we should see increasing US exports to Chinafrom October onward. The latest US export sales report showed newcropsoybean export commitments to China at 1.8 Mn T as of Sept 11, up from1.69 Mn T a year ago. Last week’s Chinese purchases were not yet includedin this figure.
26444. 25/09/2003
   
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 22 (Bernama) -- Malaysia's palm oil production thisyear is expected to reach 13 million tonnes, said Primary IndustriesDeputy Minister Datuk Anifah Hj. Aman.
26445. 25/09/2003
   
19 Sept, 2003 (OIL WORLD FLASH) - Accelerating production growth is mainlyexpected in seed oils whereas a slowdown is in prospect for palm oil.Strong world demand growth of 4.2 Mn T is forecast for next season,against a relatively low increase of 3.1 Mn T in 2002/03. A major burdenfor 2003/04 are the low carry-in stocks of only 12.6 Mn T, down from 13.8Mn T a year ago.
26446. 22/09/2003
   
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 18 (Bernama) -- Malaysia's bilateral trade with Chinahas increased three-folds to US$11.5 billion in 2002 from US$3.7 billion(US$1 = RM3.80) in 1995, Deputy Minister of International Trade andIndustry Datuk Seri Kerk Choo Ting said here Thursday.
26447. 22/09/2003
   
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 19 (Bernama) -- To paraquat or not to paraquat, that isthe question facing many farmers in the country.
26448. 17/09/2003
   
BEIJING, Sept 16 (Bernama) -- A Malaysian minister proposes that Malaysianand Chinese businessmen jointly produced their own local brand ofcosmetics using Malaysian-produced palm oleo as its base raw materials.
26449. 17/09/2003
   
KUCHING, Sept 16 (Bernama) -- The state goverment will embark on severalprogrammes to encourage Sarawak-based manufacturers to patent theirproducts in a bid to ensure local products are not exploited by developedcountries.
26450. 16/09/2003
   
CANCUN, Fri: Malaysia wants to make sure that World Trade Organisation(WTO) rules on export competition do not impede the growth of the country’s palm oil industry.
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