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1. learning | 08 Feb 2011
» To reverse shortages of palm oil in the future, an incentive to plant more trees is needed.
2. news | 01 May 2013
» The SET-listed Univanich Palm Oil Plc (UVAN), Thailand's largest palm oil producer and crude palm oil exporter, is making inroads in the Philippines for its first expansion into Asean.
3. business | 10 May 2013
» 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.
4. learning | 20 Dec 2012
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» Traffic to and from the South is moving freely again after palm oil farmer reached a short-term agreement with government officials.
5. business | 29 Mar 2013
» KUALA LUMPUR Palm oil prices declined to the lowest level in almost two weeks, heading for a fourth quarterly loss, on concern that demand will slow as Europe's debt crisis lingers, swelling inventories in producing ...
6. business | 11 May 2013
Newspaper section: Business
» The Energy Ministry plans to increase biodiesel content in diesel to 7% by next January from the current 5% in a bid to curb the surplus of palm oil.Energy Minister Pongsak Raktapongpaisal yesterday said his ministry has...
7. news | 02 May 2013
Newspaper section: News
» Democrat MPs have stepped up pressure on Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra to introduce urgent measures to help farmers who are facing falling rubber and palm oil prices.
8. news | 15 May 2013
» The European Commission has carried out surprise inspections at several major oil companies over possible price fixing in breach of EU anti-trust rules.
9. news | 22 Apr 2013
» BANGKOK (AP) — The price of oil rose Monday as traders returned to commodities after big sell-offs last week.
10. learning | 23 Feb 2011
» Subsidies remain, but freeing imports to meet shortage would avoid rewarding those "benefiting from the crisis."