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Palm Oil Internet Seminar
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Palm Oil Internet Seminar (POINTERS) is a web-based seminar concept where updates on developments in the oils and fats sector will be brought promptly to the industry circles, accessible at the click of a button from their own PC, mobile web or laptop wherever they are.

The idea is to bring about convenience, time and cost savings, as well as meaningful information sharing that connects everyone to the oils and fats industry efficiently and effectively. All papers will be posted on the site for one week and participants will be able to download the paper and post questions to the authors, who have lent their expertise, during that one week period.

Active participation from among the audience is expected to make the Internet Palm Oil Seminars more useful and meaningful. Register now and be the first to take advantage of valuable updates from the oils and fats industry in an innovative way.
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Archive Highlights
India's Palm Oil Import Trend for 2018/19 and 2019/20
By: Mr. Govindbhai G. Patel
1. India is the 2nd largest most populous Nation, Largest democracy country with maximum young people, One of the fastest growing economy, 2. India is the...
8 COMMENTS          •         
Historical Impact of India's Duty Hike on Edible Oil Imports
By: Mr. Desai Sudhakar Rao
India’s total edible oil consumption has reached about 22 million tons per annum of which imports constitute about 15 million tons. Traditionally palm oil...
10 COMMENTS          •         
Common Areas of Dispute in the Palm Oil Trade
By: Mr. K. Murali Pany
Malaysia is a key player in the international palm oil trade. Malaysia is one of the largest palm oil exporters and the Malaysian palm oil industry accounts...
228 VIEWS          •         4 COMMENTS          •         
Outlook on Malaysian Palm Oil Industry Performance and Market Share in 2017
By: Datuk Dr. Ahmad Kushairi Din, Mr. N. Balu
Prolonged dry and hot weather conditions, coupled with below average rainfall brought about by the El-Nino phenomenon during the second half of 2015 and...
142 VIEWS          •         1 LIKE
Biodiesel Policies and Its Impact on Palm Oil Prices
By: Ir. Samsudeen Ganny
Malaysia biofuel policy released in March 2006 entails that the use of environment- friendly, sustainable and alternative source of energy in order to reduce...
170 VIEWS          •         2 COMMENTS          •         1 LIKE
Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil (MSPO) Certification Guidelines and Updates
By: Dr. Ainie Kuntom, Dr. Tan Yew Ai, Dr. A. Kushairi & Datuk Dr. Choo Yuen May
Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil (MSPO) has been gazetted as Malaysian Standard (MS) on the 5th September 2013 and launched by YAB Deputy Prime Minister on 19...
246 VIEWS          •         15 COMMENTS          •         4 LIKES
Edible Oil & Oilseeds in 2015: Tsunami of Supplies or Calm Before Storm
By: Mr. Ali Muhammad Lakdawala
2014 was very volatile year for edible oil & oilseeds on account of weather vagaries and black swan events which had kept markets under influence of VUCA or...
338 VIEWS          •         12 COMMENTS          •         5 LIKES
Global Oils and Fats Outlook 2016
By: Tan Sri Datuk Dr. Yusof Basiron
In the first half of 2016, palm oil prices moved on an uptrend since January and reaching a high of RM2,756/MT in April. This was the highest price in 18...
311 VIEWS          •         5 COMMENTS          •         8 LIKES




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