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29591. 17/04/2001
   
MALAYSIA STARTS BURNING CRUDE PALM OIL FOR ENERGY
29592. 17/04/2001
   
PALM OIL PRICES SEEN STAYING LOW UNTIL 2002
29593. 14/04/2001
   
Remove duty-free CPO exports, urge refiners13 April, 2001 (Business Times) - MALAYSIA's palm oil refiners haveoutlined several proposals to the Government to uplift the industry whichhas been facing an over-supply situation and low prices for the past twoyears.
29594. 13/04/2001
   
Guest list revision delays palm oil's power sector debut12 April 2001 Business Times - THERE is an apparent hitch in firing up theTenaga Nasional power plant in Prai with crude palm oil (CPO), originallyscheduled for today.
29595. 12/04/2001
   
INDONESIA EYES PALM OIL COUNTERTRADE WITH U.S.
29596. 12/04/2001
   
INDONESIA, MALAYSIA LOBBY INDIA, CHINA ON PALM OIL
29597. 11/04/2001
   
Barter deal with India on the cards10 April 2001 (Business Times) - MALAYSIA is close to sealing acounter-trade deal with India involving the exchange of 100,000 tonnes oflocal palm oil worth US$30 million (US$1 = RM3.80) for participation bythe latter's companies in a double-tracking rail project.
29598. 05/04/2001
   
Fima Bulking to supply Tenaga with storage tanks for palm oil04 April, 2001, Business Times - FIMA Bulking Services Bhd has joined Tenaga Nasional Bhd and the local palm oil industry's initiative to powerup generators with crude palm oil (CPO), a Government-initiated action toboost the commodity's consumption.
29599. 05/04/2001
   
INDONESIA WOES CAST DOUBTS ON GUTHRIE PLANTATION DEAL
29600. 04/04/2001
   
03 April 2001 (Busines Times) - THE plantation sector, while excited aboutthe Government's RM600 million allocation to finance replantingactivities, sees the action as giving temporary results.
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