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BN MPs concerned over potential palm oil boycott by India
KUALA LUMPUR: BN MPs have raised concerns over a possible palm oil boycott by India, stating thousands of palm oil settlers nationwide will suffer if this happens.
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Indian restriction on palm oil imports will lower prices
PETALING JAYA: A potential restriction by India on palm oil imports from Malaysia will lead to higher stockpiles and lower crude palm oil prices here, CGS CIMB Research says
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M’sia mulls importing raw sugar from India starting 2020
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia is exploring the possibility of sourcing raw sugar from India starting next year as a way to enhance bilateral trade with the country, said Primary Industry Minister, Teresa Kok.
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Malaysia offers to increase imports from India after Kashmir row
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia is considering raising imports of raw sugar and buffalo meat from India, potentially easing trade tensions after reports New Delhi could restrict Malaysian palm oil imports fol...
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Malaysia offers to increase imports from India after Kashmir row
KUALA LUMPUR (REUTERS) - Malaysia is considering raising imports of raw sugar and buffalo meat from India, potentially easing trade tensions after reports New Delhi could restrict Malaysian palm oil i...
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Malaysia says eyeing more imports from India after threat of palm oil restrictions
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters): Malaysia on Tuesday said it will look to increase imports of crude sugar and buffalo meat from India, after reports that New Delhi is...
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RM27 mil allocation to intensify 'Love My Palm Oil' campaign — minister
PORT KLANG (Oct 15): The Ministry of Primary Industries will capitalise on the RM27 million allocation proposed in the 2020 Budget to intensify the 'Love My Palm Oil' campaign to address the negative ...
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Malaysia offers to buy more imports from India after threat of palm oil curbs
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia said on Tuesday it would look to increase imports of crude sugar and buffalo meat from India, after reports that New Delhi was considering...
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Sweet deal for India as Malaysia mulls importing raw sugar
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia is exploring the possibility of sourcing raw sugar from India starting next year as a way to enhance bilateral trade with the country, said Primary Industries Minister Teresa Ko...
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Malaysia to cut export duty on CPO from January
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia will cut its export duty rate on crude palm oil from January as the country seeks to boost shipments, according to Primary Industries Minister...
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Move to boost bamboo industry with quality seedlings
IPOH: A nursery, tissue culture laboratory, and advancement in research and development in Lahat near here are expected to produce 100,000 quality bamboo...
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Not a single sen from govt channelled to party funds, says MCA
PETALING JAYA: MCA president Wee Ka Siong today clarified that not a single sen received in funds to Tunku Abdul Rahman University College (TAR UC) from the government or donors were channelled to the...
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Wee unhappy no money for TAR varsity
KUALA LUMPUR: Wee Ka Siong today railed against Putrajaya’s failure to allocate funds for Tunku Abdul Rahman University College (TAR UC) — which was founded by MCA — saying the government should...
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B20 biodiesel implementation to start in Langkawi next year
BANGI: The nationwide implementation of the B20 biodiesel fuel usage will be done in stages, starting with Langkawi, Kedah early next year, said Primary industries Minister Teresa Kok (pix).
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Umno Youth throws down the gauntlet on Budget 2020
PETALING JAYA: Umno Youth has challenged the government to show in this Friday’s budget presentation how it plans to boost Malaysia’s competitiveness in the global marketplace.
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Govt to provide soft loans for bamboo plantation industry: Kok
KUALA LUMPUR: The Government will provide soft loans to encourage the growth of local bamboo plantation industry to reduce export dependence on major commodities such as palm oil and rubber.
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Govt to provide soft loans for bamboo plantation industry – Kok
Teresa Kok – Bernama file photo KUALA LUMPUR: The government will provide soft loans to encourage the growth of local bamboo plantation industry to reduce export dependence on major commodities suc...
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Govt looking into taking dispute on EU's Delegated Act on Biofuels to WTO
KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 8): The government is currently looking into bringing the dispute with the European Union (EU) over its Delegated Act on Biofuels to the World Trade Organisation (WTO). When asked at...
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Teresa Kok gets nod to cite Malay rights group leader for contempt
KUALA LUMPUR: The High Court here has allowed Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok to begin contempt proceedings against a Malay rights group leader for failing to honour an out-of-court settlement ...
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Perak set to be a bamboo hub in a year's time, says Nizar
IPOH: Perak is set to be a bamboo plantation hub in a year’s time, says Datuk Seri Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin.
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No smoke without fire: the politics of haze
COMMENT | After three years of relatively clear skies, the haze reappeared in Malaysia in 2019.
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Indian, Malaysian companies should jointly explore palm oil projects
NEW DELHI: Malaysian and Indian companies should explore joint projects in the palm oil sector to take advantage of the growing food sector in India, Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok (pix) said.
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RSPO ready to publish maps of oil palm plantations within days of approval
The Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) is ready to publish maps of all its Malaysian members' plantations “within days” of getting approval to do so.
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RSPO ready to publish oil palm plantations maps ‘within days’
PETALING JAYA: The Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) today said it was prepared to publish maps of all its Malaysian members “within days” once it receives the go-ahead from Putrajaya.
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KTS Plantation wins top timber industry award
Kok (centre) hands over the award to Cheng (second left).
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Malaysia should tap into huge business opportunity in biomass industry: Kok
PUCHONG: Malaysia should seize opportunities in bio-based business models, namely bio-energy, bio-agricultural, echo-products and bio-chemicals, that are capable of creating a new wave of bio-economy ...
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Malaysia should tap into huge business opportunity in biomass industry — Kok
PUCHONG (Sept 24): Malaysia should seize opportunities in bio-based business models, namely bio-energy, bio-agricultural, echo-products and bio-chemicals, that are capable of creating a new wave of bi...
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Teresa Kok: Malaysia should tap into huge business opportunity in biomass industry
PUCHONG, Sept 24 — Malaysia should seize opportunities in bio-based business models, namely bio-energy, bio-agricultural, echo-products and bio-chemicals, that are capable of creating a new wave of ...
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Malaysia should tap into huge business opportunity in biomass industry
PUCHONG: Malaysia should seize opportunities in bio-based business models, namely bio-energy, bio-agricultural, echo-products and bio-chemicals, that are capable of creating a new wave of bio-economy ...
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Johor, Kedah reapplying for forest management certification
Johor and Kedah are reapplying for the forest management certification under the Malaysian Timber Certification Scheme (MTCS). Malaysian Timber Certification Council (MTCC) chief executive officer Yon...
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Palm oil taking a leaf from timber trade on sustainability certification, says Kok
KUALA LUMPUR: Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok says the palm oil industry is learning from the timber industry in opting for certification of sustainability.
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Minister: Govt has adopted policies to ensure sustainable oil palm cultivation
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia has adopted several key policies to ensure sustainable oil palm cultivation, including capping the total of oil palm cultivated area to 6.5 million...
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Palm oil industry is highly sustainable
PUTRAJAYA: Despite criticism on one of the country’s prized commodities, Teresa Kok said Malaysia will not waver in its commitment to show the world that the palm...
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Govt adopts policies to ensure sustainable oil palm cultivation
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia has adopted several key policies to ensure sustainable oil palm cultivation, including capping the total of oil palm cultivated area to 6.5 million ha, said Primary Industries Mini...
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Unfair to blame oil palm industry for haze: Minister
PUTRAJAYA: It is unfair to blame the oil palm industry whenever the haze occurs, especially at the large plantations, says Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok (pix).
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Unfair to blame oil palm industry for haze – Teresa Kok
Teresa Kok – Bernama file photo PUTRAJAYA: It is unfair to blame the oil palm industry whenever the haze occurs, especially at the large plantations, says Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok.
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Unfair to blame oil palm industry for haze — Teresa Kok
PUTRAJAYA (Sept 23): It is unfair to blame the oil palm industry whenever the haze occurs, especially the large plantations, says Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok.
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Gov't adopts policies to ensure sustainable oil palm cultivation
Malaysia has adopted several key policies to ensure sustainable oil palm cultivation, including capping the total of oil palm cultivated area to 6.5 million hectares, said Primary Industries Minister ...
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Unfair to blame oil palm industry for haze, says Kok
It is unfair to blame the oil palm industry whenever the haze occurs, especially at the large plantations, says Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok.
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Teresa Kok: Unfair to blame oil palm industry for haze
PUTRAJAYA, Sept 23 ― It is unfair to blame the oil palm industry whenever the haze occurs, especially at the large plantations, says Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok.
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Unfair to blame oil palm industry for haze — Teresa Kok
PUTRAJAYA (Sept 23): It is unfair to blame the oil palm industry whenever the haze occurs, especially the large plantations, says Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok.
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Malaysia adopts policies to ensure sustainable oil palm cultivation
PUTRAJAYA (Sept 23): Malaysia has adopted several key policies to ensure sustainable oil palm cultivation, including capping the total of oil palm cultivated area to 6.5 million hectares, said Primary...
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Malaysian govt adopted policies to ensure sustainable oil palm cultivation
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia has adopted several key policies to ensure sustainable oil palm cultivation, including capping the total of oil palm cultivated area to 6.5 million...
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Minister: Govt adopts policies to ensure sustainable oil palm cultivation
PUTRAJAYA, Sept 23 ― Malaysia has adopted several key policies to ensure sustainable oil palm cultivation, including capping the total of oil palm cultivated area to 6.5 million hectares, said Prima...
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Unfair to blame palm oil industry for haze, says Teresa Kok
PUTRAJAYA: It is unfair to keep blaming the palm oil industry for the haze, as many companies adhere to sustainable agriculture standards, says Teresa Kok.
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Minister: 51pc oil palm land in M’sia MSPO certified as at Aug 31
JOHOR BARU, Sept 21 — About 51 per cent of the country’s 5.85 million hectares of oil palm land in the country have obtained the Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil (MSPO) certification until August 31...
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51 pct of oil palm in M'sia MSPO-certified as of Aug 31
About 51 percent of the country's 5.85 million hectares of oil palm land in the country have obtained the Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil (MSPO) certification until August 31 this year.
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There are laws to act against errant companies, says MP
PETALING JAYA: There is already a provision under current legislation for the government to act against Malaysian companies found to have contributed to the haze even if they are operating in other co...
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Kok: Malaysian companies won’t be protected if Indonesian forest fire claims are true
PUTRAJAYA, Sept 19 — The government will not protect the four Malaysian companies alleged to have caused the forest fires in Indonesia if such claims are proven true, said Primary Industries Ministe...
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Malaysian firms linked to haze yet to submit report, says minister
PUTRAJAYA: Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok says the four companies implicated by the Indonesian government in the haze that has shrouded the region for weeks have yet to submit a full report on...
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Mahathir launches Foreign Policy Framework of the New Malaysia
PUTRAJAYA: Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad today launched the Foreign Policy Framework of the New Malaysia and said it will serve as a guide for the country in conducting its foreign policy in ...
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Malaysian PM Mahathir suggests law to force companies to stop fires abroad
KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysia may have to pass a law forcing its companies to tackle fires on land they control abroad, Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said on Wednesday (Sept 18), as forest fires in neigh...
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Malaysia PM suggests law to force companies to stop fires abroad
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia may have to pass a law forcing its companies to tackle fires on land they control abroad, Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said on Wednesday (Sep 18), as forest fires in neighbou...
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Dr Mahathir suggests law to force companies to stop fires abroad
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 18): Malaysia may have to pass a law forcing its companies to tackle fires on land they control abroad, Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said on Wednesday, as forest fires in ...
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Malaysia PM Mahathir suggests law to force companies to stop fires abroad
KUALA LUMPUR (REUTERS) - Malaysia may have to pass a law forcing its companies to tackle fires on land they control abroad, Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said on Wednesday (Sept 18), as forest fires...
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Kok concerned over accusation of open burning by Malaysian-owned plantation firms
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 14): Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok has expressed concern over the sealing of land belonging to the subsidiaries of four major Malaysian-owned oil palm plantation companies ...
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Malaysian plantations ‘targetted’ by Indonesia over haze, says oil palm exec
HO CHI MINH: A senior executive of a major oil palm plantation has cast doubts on the accusation by Indonesian authorities that deliberate open burning by subsidiaries of Malaysian plantations has con...
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Indonesia pins blame on M'sian firms and 10 things that happened yesterday
KINI ROUNDUP | Key headlines you may have missed yesterday, in brief. 1.
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Indonesia claims four Malaysian firms behind open burning
PETALING JAYA: In an escalating row between neighbours over the regional haze, Indonesia has blamed four Malaysian companies for causing some of the forest fires within its borders.
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Minister concerned over allegations of burning on land linked to 'respected' Malaysian companies
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia’s Minister of Primary Industries Teresa Kok expressed concern on Friday (Sep 13) over a statement released by Indonesian authorities regarding the sealing of land owned by su...
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Claims of open burning at Malaysian-owned plantations in Indonesia serious, says Kok
PETALING JAYA: Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok has voiced concern over the sealing of land owned by subsidiaries of four Malaysian plantation companies which have been accused of deliberately c...
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Kok: Four oil palm plantation firms might lose certifications
Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok has expressed concern over Indonesia's decision to blame Malaysian plantation giants for forest fires in various parts of the republic.
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Kok optimistic of higher palm oil exports to Vietnam
HO CHI MINH: Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok is optimistic that palm oil exports to Vietnam will expand as the country experiences rapid economic growth and improved living standards.
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Yeo Bee Yin’s defamation suit against Jamal most likely to be settled amicably
KUALA LUMPUR: The defamation suit filed by Energy, Green Technology, Science, Climate Change and Environment Minister Yeo Bee Yin against Sungai Besar Umno division chief Datuk Seri Jamal Md Yunos in ...
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Yeo’s defamation suit against Jamal most likely to be settled amicably
KUALA LUMPUR: The defamation suit filed by Energy, Green Technology, Science, Climate Change and Environment Minister Yeo Bee Yin (pix) against Sungai Besar Umno division chief Datuk Seri Jamal Md Yun...
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Yeo's defamation suit against Jamal likely to be settled amicably - lawyer
The defamation suit filed by Energy, Green Technology, Science, Climate Change and Environment Minister Yeo Bee Yin against Sungai Besar Umno chief Jamal Yunos in connection with the Yayasan Warisan A...
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Yeo Bee Yin's defamation suit against Jamal most likely to be settled amicably
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 11): The defamation suit filed by Energy, Green Technology, Science, Climate Change and Environment Minister Yeo Bee Yin against Sungai Besar Umno division chief Datuk Seri Jamal Md...
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Malaysia’s CPO exports to increase following higher production
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s crude palm oil (CPO) exports are expected to rise this year following an expected boost in production, said Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok (pix).
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Malaysia's CPO exports to increase following higher production
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 10): Malaysia’s crude palm oil (CPO) exports are expected to rise this year, following an expected boost in production, said Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok.
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Malaysia’s CPO exports to increase following higher production
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 10 — Malaysia’s crude palm oil (CPO) exports are expected to rise this year following an expected boost in production, said Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok.
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India’s palm oil tax hike unlikely to hurt Malaysia overall, says council
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Palm Oil Council (MPOC) said New Delhi’s tax hike on imports of Malaysian refined palm oil may affect the export volume to India.
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Malaysia has right to slap ban on anti-palm oil products, says Kok
PETALING JAYA: Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok said Malaysia has every right to impose a ban on products with anti-palm oil labels.
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Mydin removes ‘palm-oil-free’ products from its stores
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s biggest supermarket chain Mydin has removed products labelled palm-oil-free from its stores, its top executive said as part of a campaign by...
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Banning anti-palm oil products may cost Malaysia,warns think tank
PETALING JAYA: A leading social and economic policy centre has advised Putrajaya to educate Malaysian consumers on palm oil instead of banning products with anti-palm oil labels to avoid trade retalia...
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Malaysia’s top supermarket chain bans ‘palm-oil-free’ products, government urges others to follow
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Malaysia's top supermarket chain bans 'palm-oil-free' products, government urges others to follow
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's biggest supermarket chain Mydin has removed products labelled palm-oil-free from its stores, its top executive said on Thursday (Sep 5), as part of a campaign by the world's ...
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Mydin bans 'palm-oil-free' products, govt urges others to follow
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 5): Malaysia's biggest supermarket chain Mydin has removed products labelled palm-oil-free from its stores, its top executive said on Thursday, as part of a campaign by the world's ...
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Local firms ink five MoUs with Chinese companies to expand local commodities' ...
PUTRAJAYA (Sept 5): Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok today hosted a meeting with delegations from two Chinese companies in the government’s effort to expand the market of Malaysian commodities...
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Mydin supermarket chain bans 'palm-oil-free' products
Malaysia's biggest supermarket chain Mydin has removed products labelled palm-oil-free from its stores, its top executive said today, as part of a campaign by the world's second-largest producer of th...
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Malaysia's top supermarket chain bans 'palm oil-free' products, government urges others to follow
KUALA LUMPUR (REUTERS) - Malaysia's biggest supermarket chain Mydin has removed products labelled palm oil-free from its stores, its top executive said on Thursday (Sept 5), as part of a campaign by t...
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Malaysia’s top supermarket chain Mydin bans ‘palm-oil-free’ products, govt urges others to follow
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 5 — Malaysia’s biggest supermarket chain Mydin has removed products labelled palm-oil-free from its stores, its top executive said today, as part of a campaign by the world’s ...
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High time for country to diversify palm oil usage — Teresa
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 3): It is time for Malaysia to discover more new uses of palm oil to create more demand for the commodity, in an effort to stabilise the crude palm oil prices, said Primary Industri...
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High time for the country to diversify palm oil usage, says minister
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 3 — It is time for Malaysia to discover more new uses of palm oil to create more demand for the commodity in an effort to stabilise the crude palm oil prices, said Primary Industr...
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Local firms urged to use “Love My Palm Oil” logo
BATU PAHAT: Local companies especially manufacturers of palm oil-based products have been urged to use the “Love My Palm Oil” logo on their products as part of efforts to promote the commodity in ...
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Local firms urged to use ‘Love My Palm Oil’ logo
BATU PAHAT: Local companies, especially manufacturers of palm oil-based products, have been urged to use the “Love My Palm Oil” logo on their products to promote the commodity in local and interna...
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Local firms urged to use 'Love My Palm Oil' logo
Local companies, especially manufacturers of palm oil-based products, have been urged to use the 'Love My Palm Oil' logo on their products as part of efforts to promote the commodity in local and inte...
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Lawyer slams deportation double standards, and 8 news from yesterday
KINI ROUNDUP | Here are key headlines you may have missed yesterday, in brief. 1.
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Teresa Kok champions bipartisan approach in MSPO talks
Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok believes that the bipartisan approach is the best way to get a message through to the people.
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Perak govt abolishes penalties for oil palm smallholders to facilitate MSPO certification
IPOH: The Perak state government has decided not to impose penalties on oil palm smallholders who have violated their land-use category conditions to ensure that every palm oil producer in the state c...
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Perak MB to take over Yong’s state exco portfolios
IPOH: Perak Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu has announced that he will take over executive council member Paul Yong Choo Kiong’s duties while...
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No time frame for Yong's leave — Perak MB
IPOH (Aug 27): The Perak Government has not given any time frame for State Housing, Local Government, Public Transport, Non-Islamic Affairs and New Villages executive council chairman Paul Yong Choo K...
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No time frame for Yong's leave - Perak MB
The Perak government has not given any time frame for State Housing, Local Government, Public Transport, Non-Islamic Affairs and New Villages executive council chairperson Paul Yong Choo Kiong’s lea...
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Perak MB: I will take over Paul Yong's duties for the time being
IPOH: Perak Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu will take over the portfolios of executive council member Paul Yong Choo Kiong, who has been charged...
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Ambassador: Germany views Malaysia as key partner in Asean
BERLIN: Even though trade and business have traditionally dominated German-Malaysian bilateral relations, the relationship is increasingly also embracing political cooperation.
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Malaysian ambassador: Germany views Malaysia as key Asean partner
BERLIN, Aug 27 — Even though trade and business have traditionally dominated German-Malaysian bilateral relations, the relationship is increasingly also embracing political cooperation.
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Malaysia to discuss ways to create better trade balance with India
KUALA LUMPUR: The Ministry of Primary Industries will hold discussions with the Ministry of Agriculture and Agro-Based Industry as well as the Ministry of International Trade and Industry to discuss o...
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Buy more from India to protect palm oil exports, urges Kok
KUALA LUMPUR: Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok is in talks with other ministries to correct the trade imbalance with India so that more palm oil can enter the India market at a lower import duty...
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Teresa Kok: Malaysia to discuss ways to create better trade balance with India
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 25 — The Ministry of Primary Industries will hold discussions with the Ministry of Agriculture and Agro-Based Industry as well as the Ministry of International Trade and Industry ...
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Dr Wee: What are the 42 DAP MPs doing?
KUALA LUMPUR: The DAP's 42 MPs are under public scrutiny after the party's open admission that the Pakatan Harapan government has implemented policies against public opinion, says Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.
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Oil palm growers urged to seize govt funding incentive for MSPO
HULU TERENGGANU: Oil palm smallholders nationwide have been urged to take advantage of the government funding incentive in obtaining Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil (MSPO) certification before the ince...
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