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Doubts over new palm intervention

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The government is being urged to speed up crude palm oil exports, which exporters believe would be a more effective tool for raising domestic palm product prices. 

Wiwan Boonyaprateeprat, secretary-general of the Thai Oil Palm and Palm Oil Association, said the government's ongoing attempt at price intervention is doing little to help boost palm prices.

"The government's intervention is fruitless, as fresh palm nut prices remain at a relatively low 2.20 baht per kilogramme," she said.

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