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26721. 14/06/2005
   
KUALA LUMPUR, June 13 (Bernama) -- The Energy Commission will address thechallenges faced by producers of renewable energy from biomass under theNinth Malaysia Plan (9MP), said its chairman Datuk Dr Mohd Annas Mohd Nor.
26722. 14/06/2005
   
Monday June 13, 2005 - KOTA KINABALU: Oil palm farmers whose crops havebeen destroyed by displaced Borneo pygmy elephants should stop their"revenge killings".
26723. 14/06/2005
   
LONDON (AFP) - Free-trade development strategies designed by theInternational Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank have devastated poorcountries and left their farmers worse off, a British aid group said in areport.
26724. 14/06/2005
   
Saturday June 11, 2005 - MIRI: Salaries earned by commercial plantationworkers in the country have increased substantially, with the lowest paidearning between RM800 and RM1,000 a month.
26725. 14/06/2005
   
New Straits Times - Jun 12 5:54 PM KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysia, the world’slargest producer and exporter of palm oil, is developing its own bio-fuelpolicy to further strengthen and brighten the industry’s outlook.
26726. 13/06/2005
   
6/10/2005 Asia Pulse KUALA LUMPUR - Indonesia recorded the fastest growthin the production of crude palm oil (CPO) in the world in the past decade,Mihd Basri Wahid of the Malaysia Palm Oil Board (MPOB) said.
26727. 13/06/2005
   
New Straits Times - Jun 11 5:08 PM - SITIAWAN - Three or four times aweek, Zabedah Masra and her daughter Rohana Abdul Hamid make their way toan oil palm plantation neighbouring their village of Kampung Kayan here.They join 13 other women who arrive at the estate as early as 7.30ambefore heading towards areas where fresh fruit bunches have beenharvested.
26728. 13/06/2005
   
08-06-2005 - Asiatic Development Bhd has entered into several jointventures to develop a total of 98,300 hectares of oil palm plantation inWest Kalimantan, Indonesia.
26729. 13/06/2005
   
6/8/2005 - The Jakarta Post - A group of Chinese investors have committedto investing up to US$8.6 billion in Indonesia's palm oil sector over thenext five years, a senior minister said on Wednesday.
26730. 13/06/2005
   
Wednesday June 8, 2005 - THE crude palm oil (CPO) market will continueto thrive with prices expected to hold firm and well supported at RM1,400to RM1,600 per tonne in the next two years, according to a research house.
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