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Malaysia and Indonesia ‘put pressure on UK’ to intervene over ban on palm oil by supermarket Iceland

The world’s biggest palm oil producing nations, Indonesia and Malaysia, have both reportedly attempted to influence the British government to take action after supermarket chain Iceland announced it w…

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Malaysia Palm Oil stocks fall to 2.47 MT in September: survey

Malaysia’s palm oil stocks likely edged down in September from seven-month highs in August as shipments from the world’s No.2 exporter of the commodity outpaced production-growth for the month, accord…

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Malaysia palm oil prices to trade near 2,200 rgt/T until Dec -analyst Fry

KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 29 (Reuters) – Malaysian palm oil prices should trade around 2,200 ringgit a tonne until December, assuming Brent crude oil holds steady at $ 75 a barrel, industry analyst James …

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Malaysia reports H5N1 bird flu outbreak on farm: OIE – Reuters

Malaysia reports H5N1 bird flu outbreak on farm: OIE
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PARIS (Reuters) – Malaysia has reported an outbreak of the highly contagious H5N1 bird flu virus on a farm in the eastern region of Sabah, the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) said on Monday, citing a report from Malaysia's veterinary

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Malaysia’s July 1-15 palm oil exports dip 2.7 pct – Amspec Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR, July 16 (Reuters) – Exports of Malaysian palm oil products during July 1 to 15 fell 2.7 percent to 486,609 tonnes from 500,197 tonnes shipped during June 1 to 15, said inspection company …

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Malaysia state palm oil agency Felda says chairman steps down

KUALA LUMPUR, May 14 (Reuters) – The chairman of Malaysia’s state palm oil plantation agency, the Federal Land Development Authority (Felda), has resigned, an agency spokesman said on Monday, confirming earlier reports. The move follows shock election …

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Malaysia says EU palm oil curbs may undermine France’s fighter jet bid

KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – Malaysia, the world’s No.2 producer of palm oil, said on Thursday the European Union’s decision to curb imports of the commodity could undermine France’s hopes of winning one of Asia’s biggest fighter plane deals.

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Malaysia says EU palm oil curbs could weigh on France in fighter jet deal

KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – Malaysia, the world’s No.2 producer of palm oil, on Thursday said the European Union’s decision to curb imports of the commodity could impact France’s hopes of winning one of Asia’s biggest fighter jet deals. France’s …

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385 elephants killed, ivory destined for M’sia – Free Malaysia Today

385 elephants killed, ivory destined for M'sia
Free Malaysia Today
A further 385 African elephants have been slaughtered to provide 770 tusks for the illegal trade in ivory. Alert customs officials in Kenya recently managed to spot this contraband hidden among dried fish. Documents accompanying the ivory shipment

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Come clean over confiscated ivory – Free Malaysia Today

Come clean over confiscated ivory
Free Malaysia Today
According to WWF reports of poaching for illegal ivory has claimed about 30,000 lives of African elephants annually. More than 700 South African rhinos were reported to have been slaughtered yearly for their horns and the figure seems to rising

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