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29921. 15/06/2001
   
CHINA PALM OIL - DROUGHT NO HELP TO GLOBAL PRICES
29922. 14/06/2001
   
CPO Price Outlook This Year Less Encouraging
29923. 14/06/2001
   
EU And Asia Alternative Export Destinations For M'sian Products
29924. 14/06/2001
   
MDEX To Add Two More Trading Instruments Early Next Year
29925. 14/06/2001
   
Nigerian state offers Malaysians free land for growing oil palmKuala Lumpur (The Star) Thursday, June 14, 2001 - NIGERIA'S Cross RiverState has designated 100,000ha of land suitable for oil palm cultivationto be given free to Malaysian investors interested in embarking on theproduction of palm oil there, its governor Donald Duke said.The free land would serve as an incentive for Malaysian investors to helprevive the sector in Nigeria, which was neglected after the country'sincreased involvement in the oil and gas industry, he said."In the 60s, Nigeria was one of the world leaders in the production andexport of palm oil, but we have now become a net importer," Duke said,adding that the commodity was sourced mainly from Malaysia, Indonesia andneighbouring Cameroon, Ghana and the Ivory Coast.The free land, he said, had been appraised by the Malaysian Palm Oil Board(MPOB) and was found to be suitable for oil palm cultivation. It will comewith a 99-year tenure because of the long gestation period foragricultural crops.Duke was speaking at the Cross River Investment Forum organised by theMalaysian Palm Oil Promotion Council in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.According to Duke, the state government has endeavoured to make theapplication process as simple as possible for interested investors, withthe whole process expected to take only six months."Those interested would have to state their interest by writing a letterto the state government or to the Nigerian embassy for the necessary landtitles to be issued," he said, adding that MPOB had a list of thedesignated areas.The state also was prepared to organise forums between Malaysian andsuitable Nigerian investors if there were parties keen to strike uppartnerships or joint ventures, Duke said.He said the country now imported more than 100,000 tonnes of crude palmoil from Malaysia alone.
29926. 14/06/2001
   
World Production Of Oils And Fats To Increase This Year
29927. 13/06/2001
   
Brazilian soy mills fear losses due to energy shortageBrazil, Jun 8, 2001 (Valor Economico/SABI via COMTEX) -- Brazilian soyaprocessors may have to decrease production of bran by around 625,000m tonsand oil by around 150,000m tons between July and September if the goal ofa 15% reduction in energy costs is maintained,.
29928. 13/06/2001
   
INDIA GUJARAT TO IMPORT PALM OIL MEET SHORTAGE
29929. 13/06/2001
   
INDONESIA SAYS CHINA AGREES TO RAISE PALM OIL QUOTA
29930. 13/06/2001
   
INDONESIA SEES 2001 PALM OIL OUTPUT AT 7 MILLION TONNES
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