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JAKARTA – Tens of millions of people in Indonesia, mostly small-farmers, are very dependent on the palm oil industry. With such pivotal role, any attacks against the palm oil industry will mean cutting off the livelihoods of the smallholders, workers and their families. (more…) ...
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JAKARTA – PT Dharma Satya Nusantara Tbk (DSNG) will develop six more new power plants by using Bio-CNG that is processed from waste of  palm oil mills during the next two years. The company has prepared a total investment of US$47 million or around Rp676.8 billion (Rp14,400 per US dollar) ...
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JAKARTA – The price of crude palm oil (CPO) for June 2021 delivery at Malaysia Derivative Exchange dropped significantly during trading on Monday, 29 March 2021. (more…) ...
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JAKARTA – The palm oil is not a newcomer in the global history of vegetable oils. It can be indicated by the fact that the palm oil has been used to meet a variety of human needs, from foods to oleo-chemical, and to renewable energy products. (more…) ...
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FACTS – Palm oil prices in international markets are cheaper than other vegetable oils (Figure 2.7). With more competitive prices, the palm oil gives more benefits to the world community especially in low-income countries. (more…) ...
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JAKARTA — The Indonesian Palm Oil Association (Gapki) has ensured that the national palm oil industry has complied with all employment regulations, which include the prohibition of never exploiting female workers. (more…) ...
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JAKARTA — The price of palm oil surged again for the sixth consecutive day on Wednesday, 10 March 2021, reaching the highest level during the last 13 years after the Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB) issued a monthly report on February stock and demand. (more…) ...
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BOGOR — All too often, bias ingrained into conservationist campaign narratives obfuscates the context in which crops are produced, unjustly vilifying some and celebrating others. (more…) ...
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JAKARTA – The World Health Organization (WHO) will apply a policy of banning industrially produced trans-fatty acid from global food supply chain in 2023. (more…) ...
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JAKARTA – The government decision to exclude the palm oil waste of spent bleaching earth (SBE) from the category of hazardous and toxic waste (B3) was criticized by environmental activists who claimed that it will victimize the public and the environment. (more…) ...
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