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Palm Oil : Challenges, Opportunities And Latest Market Directions:
Supply and Demand Prospects for Oils and Fats Industry in Malaysia
Mr. Ahmad Borhan Ahamad Nordin
Mr. Ahmad Borhan bin Ahamad Nordin holds B. Sc. (Statistics) from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. He has carried out research works on various aspects of palm oil such as feasibility study on producing organic palm oil, marketing and price dynamics of PKE and its future competitiveness, relationship of futures price and physical price of palm oil, simulation study on the availability of palm oil stock and its development, a review on palm oil supply and disappearance, effects of exchange rate on exports of oil palm products to selected markets and impact of labelling on palm oil in the US market. He wrote a number of papers and published them in journals. He also participated in lectures and local seminars. He is currently a Senior Research Officer, Techno Economy Research Unit, Economics and Industry Development at Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB).
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This paper outlines the oils and fats situation in Malaysia and highlights the development of the Malaysian palm oil industry in the first half of 2012. Malaysia is the second largest palm oil producer in the world. In 2011, Malaysia had exported nearly 18 million tonnes of palm oil products, 3.4 million tonnes of palm kernel products, 2.2 million tonnes of oleochemical products, 0.4 million tonnes of finished products and nearly 0.3 million tonnes of other palm-based products. However, the imports of oils and fats, including palm oil had nearly doubled from 1.1 million tonnes in 2005 to 2.1 million tonnes in 2011. Imports of palm oil had grown from 26% in 2005 to 61% in 2011, while imports of palm kernel oil had tripled over the same period. Imports of soybean oil, rapeseed oil and sunflower oil had increased, albeit at slower rates, and their combined total increased to 0.26 million tonnes in 2011 from 0.16 million tonnes in 2005. Only the import of coconut oil had declined from 0.24 million tonnes in 2005 to 0.16 million tonnes in 2011. These developments indicate that palm oil still plays a major role in the oils and fats industry in Malaysia, but other oils and fats nevertheless still garner a significant position in the local market due to growing consumer demand that arising from higher disposable income and taste preference. It also discusses the supply and demand situation of Malaysian palm oil in the first half of 2012 as compared to that of the previous year.
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