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26251. 10/11/2008
08/11/2008 (The Jakarta Post) - Indonesian and Malaysia, which produce some 85 percent of the world's crude palm oil (CPO), will cut production in the short-term to help limit supply and prevent further falls in prices.
26252. 10/11/2008
08/11/2008 (Commodity Online) - Indians are consuming all the palm oil produced in Malaysia and Indonesia. India is the largest importer and consumer of edible oils in the world and the country imports nearly 3 million tons of palm oil annually mainly from Malaysia and by Indonesia.
26253. 10/11/2008
08/11/2008 (Bangkok Post) - The government has turned down a Commerce Ministry proposal to spend at least 3.3 billion baht to buy 150,000 tonnes of crude palm oil to shore up prices, which have plunged 64% from a March record on concerns about the slowing global economy.
26254. 10/11/2008
07/11/2008 (Alibaba.com), Jakarta - Indonesia and Malaysia will work together to reduce record high palm oil stocks in a bid to shore up prices of the country's main agricultural product, senior government officials said Thursday.
26255. 10/11/2008
07/11/2008 (Business Times) - THE Government will implement measures to reduce supply and increase the usage of palm oil in order to maintain the crude palm oil (CPO) prices at around RM2,000-RM2,600 per tonne.
26256. 06/11/2008
05/11/2008 (Market Watch), Los Angeles - South Florida adoption of palm oil blend shows support for the palm oil industry
26257. 06/11/2008
05/11/2008 (The News, International) - International market palm oil price during March-October plummeted by 70 percent.
26258. 06/11/2008
05/11/2008 (Business Times) - MALAYSIA'S palm oil industry, the second largest producer of the commodity, could get a respite from low margins thanks to a government move to scrap import duty on fertilisers, Affin Investment Bank said today.
26259. 06/11/2008
05/11/2008 (The Jakarta Post) - The establishment of oil-palm plantations in Kalimantan and Sumatra poses the greatest threat to orangutans today. In fact, the clearing of forest and the establishment of oil-palm plantations has a negative impact not only on orangutan populations but also on climate, the water cycle, carbon emissions and livelihoods in local communities.
26260. 06/11/2008
05/11/2008 (The Star Online), Petaling Jaya - The push for oil palm replanting, abolishment of 5% import duty on fertilisers and a 15% cut in fertiliser prices under the economic stabilisation plan are seen as additional measures to help planters cope with rising costs of production.
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