Better Malaysia-India ties to boost crude palm oil prices – MPOB
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Crude palm oil prices may rise to 2,300-2,400 ringgit ($528.37-$551.34) per tonnne in the coming months as Malaysia’s relationship with top importer India improves, industry regulator the Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB) said on Wednesday..... < read more >

Indian edible oil conference postponed amid coronavirus outbreak
MUMBAI: India's biggest edible oil conference has been postponed as cases of the novel coronavirus rise in the world's biggest importer of vegetable oils, the organisers said on Tuesday..... < read more >

Indonesia, Malaysia PKS biomass exports to Japan rising
Indonesian and Malaysian exports of palm kernel shells (PKS) to Japan increased on the year in January-March, as new dedicated biomass power plants began commercial operations in the country at the beginning of this year..... < read more >

As oils pact with Malaysia, Indonesia ends, SEA wants India to hike import duties
Low import duties on edible oils over the years has practically made our farmers lose interest in oilseed cultivation..... < read more >

Tanzania PM urges farmers to get ready for massive oil palm cultivation
DAR ES SALAAM, May 23 (Xinhua) -- Tanzanian Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa said on Saturday that the east African nation will start engaging in massive cultivation of oil palm from October to end importation of edible oils..... < read more >

 
Source: http://bepi.mpob.gov.my
Economics and Industry Development Division
Malaysian Palm Oil Board