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28761. 17/06/2004
   
IPOH, June 14 (Bernama) -- Malaysia has positioned itself as the world'slargest producer and exporter of palm oil last year, with revenuesamounting to RM27.7 billion but it is facing stiff competition fromIndonesia.
28762. 17/06/2004
   
June 15 2004 - MALAYSIA’S replanting scheme is paying off now that crudepalm oil (CPO) prices are trading at about RM1,500 a tonne, compared withRM700 a tonne when the scheme was created in 2001.
28763. 17/06/2004
   
June 14 2004 - MALAYSIA’S palm oil industry plans to deploy marketintelligence officers at all of the country’s embassies worldwide togather information on world edible oils and fats that can be used to trackkey market developments and plan future strategies.
28764. 17/06/2004
   
KOTA KINABALU, June 5 (Bernama) -- The Sabah Environmental ProtectionAssociation (Sepa) has called on the palm oil industry in Sabah to adhereto proper maintenance of palm oil effluents to prevent environmentalpollution.
28765. 14/06/2004
   
6/7/2004 - Saint Louis, Missouri... The American Soybean Association (ASA)is urging the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to more rapidlyundertake development of a national strategy for controlling andmitigating the potential for an Asian soybean rust infestation in thecontinental United States. Rust is a devastating disease with thepotential to cause enormous losses in annual U.S. soybean production,resulting in serious consequences for domestic industry, including thelivestock sector.
28766. 14/06/2004
   
Brazil, Jun 8, 2004 (Gazeta Mercantil/SABI via COMTEX) --The BrazilianMinister of Agriculture, Roberto Rodrigues, estimates a fall of US$1bil inthe exports income of the soybean complex principally due to the downsizein the international prices of the product and possible renegotiations ofcontracts with China. The exports of soybean and derivatives, originallyestimated at US$10.5bil should be narrowed to US$9.5bil - up the US$8.1bilexported in 2003. Rodrigues also reviewed down the estimates for theagribusiness GDP, from 6% to 3% due to the expected crash in the Braziliangrains crop, from 130mil m tons to 120mil m tons.
28767. 14/06/2004
   
Date Posted - INDIA BUSINESS INSIGHT- Oilseeds output in India isestimated to have exceeded 250 lakh tonnes in 2003-2004, due to bountifulrains in the last monsoon season. There has been a bumper soyabean andgroundnut crop, which has prompted the Government of India (GOI) to reviseupwards oilseeds output estimates for 2003-2004 from 249.75 lakh tonnes to250.08 lakh tonnes, which is a 67 percent increase over the 150.58 milliontonnes in 2002-2003. Rabi oilseeds production estimate has increased from82.86 lakh tonnes to 84.29 lakh tonnes.
28768. 14/06/2004
   
6/11/2004 FINANCIAL EXPRESS - Refined oil consumer packs have clocked thehighest growth over the past five years according to a retail audit by ACNielsen. The category has posted a compounded annualised growth rate(CAGR) of 27 per cent since March 1999 and a similar growth over one yearperiod. Godrej Industries executive director and president MP Pusalkarsaid, "Growth in sales volumes of soya oil has resulted in this uptrend."
28769. 09/06/2004
   
KUALA LUMPUR, June 8 (Bernama) -- Malaysia recorded a trade surplus of RM6billion in April, an increase of 5.1 percent from the previous month.
28770. 09/06/2004
   
KOTA KINABALU, June 5 (Bernama) -- The Sabah Environmental ProtectionAssociation (Sepa) has called on the palm oil industry in Sabah to adhereto proper maintenance of palm oil effluents to prevent environmentalpollution.
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