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  • Sime Darby’s West Malaysia’s estates to be MSPO-certified in 1Q18
    KUALA LUMPUR: Sime Darby Bhd expects its estates throughout Peninsular Malaysia to be MSPO-certified by the first quarter of 2018, said its plantation division chief executive officer Datuk Franki Anthony Dass. Compliance with the Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil (MSPO) certification is mandatory for all oil palm planters in the country by the end of 2019. […]
  • Experts see palm oil price at between RM2,600 and RM2,900 per tonne
    KUALA LUMPUR: Palm oil experts expect the price of the commodity to hover between RM2,600 and RM2,900 per tonne these few months before turning weak as supply outstrips demand by mid-2018. At the recently concluded International Palm Oil Congress & Exhibition (PIPOC 2017) hosted by the Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB) here, LMC International chairman […]
  • Malaysia and Indonesia to team up in protecting oil palm smallholders
    MANILA: Malaysia views European Union’s (EU) move to link palm oil industry with deforestation very seriously and is ready for counter action to protect the welfare of the 600,000 smallholders in the country. Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak said during the Asean – European 40th Commemorative Summit yesterday, he emphasised that the move to […]
  • Shining the spotlight on palm oil
    MANILA: Malaysia and Indonesia will consider imposing trade sanctions against the European Union (EU) if it does not rescind what the two countries consider an “unfair resolution” against the palm oil industry, says Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak. “We consider the EU parliament’s recent resolution discriminatory against both our countries and could affect the livelihoods […]
  • MPOA Outreach Program
    MPOA organized two study visits for secondary school students to Sime Darby Plantations at Carey Island recently. 51 students from SMK Bandar Utama Damansara and Seri Cahaya School, Shah Alam were part of the visits. Accompanied by a team of teachers and facilitators, the study visits were half day programmes with visits to the estate […]
  • Anti-palm oil lobby threatening Livelihood of 650,000 smallholders
    Between Oct 13 and Oct 21, 2017, a bi-partisan parliamentary committee comprising six MPs – led by Malaysian Palm Oil Board Chairman and Jasin MP Datuk Seri Ahmad Hamzah with Datuk Liang Teck Meng, Datuk Marcus Mojigoh, Datuk Seri Bung Mokhtar Radin, Datuk Zahidi Zainul Abidin and Dr Azman Ismail – spent nine days in […]
  • MPOA appeal to raise thresholds of Windfall Profit Levy
    KUALA LUMPUR: Oil palm planters have recently appealed to the government to raise the threshold level of windfall tax as the industry face increasing costs of doing business. “Planters are facing an increasingly tough time with costlier production. There’s acute labour shortage and minimum wages is rising rapidly,” said Malaysian Palm Oil Association (MPOA) newly-appointed […]

 

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  • FGV: Eight palm oil mills to be RSPO-certified by year end December 6, 2017
    KUALA LUMPUR (Dec 5): Felda Global Ventures Holdings Bhd (FGV) expects to obtain the first Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) certification for eight of its palm oil mill complexes before the end of 2017.
  • Malaysian November palm oil inventories may grow to 2.5 mil mt: CIMB Bank December 6, 2017
    Malaysian November palm oil inventories may have grown by 14% month on month to 2.5 million mt, driven by higher crude palm oil production in Sabah and peninsular Malaysia and lower import demand from destination markets like India, China and the EU, predicted the latest palm oil forecast from Malaysia's CIMB Bank.
  • MPOC: EU palm oil ban can still be overturned December 6, 2017
    There is still time to overturn the European Union’s (EU) proposed plan to ban palm oil, said the Malaysian Palm Oil Council (MPOC).
  • Palm oil falls to over 4-month low on stronger ringgit December 6, 2017
    KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian palm oil futures reached their lowest level in more than four months on Tuesday as the ringgit strengthened, making the tropical oil more expensive for holders of foreign currencies.
  • Palm oil falls to over 4-month low on stronger ringgit December 6, 2017
    KUALA LUMPUR (Dec 5): Malaysian palm oil futures reached their lowest level in more than four months on Tuesday, as the ringgit strengthened, making the tropical oil more expensive for holders of foreign currencies.

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