Palm Pulse June 2024 Mobile
Malaysian Palm Oil Council (MPOC)
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Palm Pulse June 2024 Desktop
Malaysian Palm Oil Council (MPOC)
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Palm Pulse June 2024
Malaysian Palm Oil Council (MPOC)
by mpoc
16h ago
MPOC is pleased to introduce the fourteen issue of Palm Pulse, our monthly newsletter dedicated to bring you latest market updates and insights on the palm oil industry. Stay ahead of the curve in this rapidly evolving industry by downloading a copy via the links below. Desktop Version Mobile Version ..read more
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MPOC Showcases Malaysia’s Industry-Leading Sustainability Initiatives in The Palm Oil Sector to Visiting UK Stakeholders
Malaysian Palm Oil Council (MPOC)
by mpoc
2d ago
The Malaysian Palm Oil Council (MPOC) hosted a visit for a group of palm oil stakeholders from the United Kingdom from 9 to 13 June 2024. The visit focussed on adding value to the Malaysian palm oil industry, allowing the UK delegation to explore and understand the sustainable practices and socio-economic contributions of Malaysian palm oil. The primary aim was to promote and build a greater understanding of the Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil (MSPO) standards amongst the participants, comprising sustainability leads from UK-based companies. MPOC, in collaboration with Wild Asia, led the deleg ..read more
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Philippines’ Rising Demand for Palm Oil in a Dynamic Economic Landscape
Malaysian Palm Oil Council (MPOC)
by mpoc
1w ago
The Philippines Economy The Philippines concluded 2023 on a high note, emerging as the fastest-growing economy in ASEAN with a growth rate of 5.6%. In comparison, Malaysia grew by 3.7%, Indonesia and Vietnam both by 5.0%, Thailand by 1.9%, Myanmar by 2.5%, Cambodia by 5.0%, and Singapore by 1.1%. Looking ahead to 2024 and 2025, the Philippines is expected to continue its robust performance with a projected growth rate of 6.2%, showcasing its resilience amidst various global economic pressures. Philippines’ Vegetable Oil Market Supply & Demand The Philippines is the world’s largest coconut ..read more
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CPO production projected to increase
Malaysian Palm Oil Council (MPOC)
by mpoc
1w ago
PETALING JAYA: The plantation sector will likely see the impact of the hot and dry weather spell more towards the later part of 2024, but total production of the year will likely be higher year-on-year (y-o-y), helped greatly by the availability of adequate supply of labour to the sector. Datuk Dr Ahmad Parveez Ghulam Kadir, director-general of the Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB), told Starbiz the heat spell driven by the El Nino phenomenon became severe in the fourth quarter of last year (4Q23) and extended into 1Q24, adding that the impact of the weather phenomenon on oil palm yield is not ..read more
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More agricultural deals in the pipeline
Malaysian Palm Oil Council (MPOC)
by mpoc
1w ago
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia’s trade in palm oil and other agricultural commodities with China is set to deepen with an upcoming memorandum of understanding (MOU) that is expected to be signed later this year, says Datuk Chan Foong Hin. The Deputy Plantation and Commodities Minister said the MOU is also an important milestone to mark 50 years of diplomatic relations between Malaysia and China. “(The MOU) is set to be finalised this year, either when Chinese Premier Li Qiang visits Malaysia or when Plantation and Commodities Minister Datuk Seri Johari Abdul Ghani goes to China,” he said. The MOU will b ..read more
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Palm Pulse May 2024 – Mobile
Malaysian Palm Oil Council (MPOC)
by mpoc
1w ago
MPOC is pleased to introduce the twelve issue of Palm Pulse, our monthly newsletter dedicated to bring you latest market updates and insights on the palm oil industry. Stay ahead of the curve in this rapidly evolving industry by downloading a copy via the links below ..read more
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Palm Pulse May 2024 – Desktop
Malaysian Palm Oil Council (MPOC)
by mpoc
1w ago
MPOC is pleased to introduce the twelve issue of Palm Pulse, our monthly newsletter dedicated to bring you latest market updates and insights on the palm oil industry. Stay ahead of the curve in this rapidly evolving industry by downloading a copy via the links below ..read more
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Why the EU’s Deforestation-Free Regulation Is Not Working in Southeast Asia
Malaysian Palm Oil Council (MPOC)
by mpoc
1w ago
A truck transporting harvested oil palms in Sabah, Malaysia. (Greg Girard/CIFOR) Credit: Greg Girard/CIFOR Indonesia and Malaysia, which account for 85 percent of global palm oil production, have reacted with hostility to the EU’s new regulation. The European Union’s palm oil ban is well underway, and Indonesia and Malaysia are taking action to protect their global palm oil exports, filing complaints to the World Trade Organization (WTO). Though pivoting toward a sustainable future, Indonesia and Malaysia cannot phase out palm oil production until they further deve ..read more
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