POINTERS 2014 MPOC
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MITIGATING THE NEXT WAVE OF MARKET UNCERTAINTIES:
Synergistic Approach to Overcome Global Palm Oil Challenges
By: Dr. Rizal Affandi Lukman

Dr. Rizal Affandi Lukman is currently the Secretary General of Council of Palm Oil Producing Countries (CPOPC). He was a past Deputy Minister for International Economic Cooperation at the Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs, the Republic of Indonesia with main role to oversees the coordination and harmonization of government policies related to international economic cooperation in multilateral, regional and bilateral forum. During his tenure as the Deputy Minister, he was also appointed by the President of the Republic of Indonesia as Indonesia’s Sherpa in G20 forum. Previously he worked at the Presidential Palace Office, serving as Assistant to the Private Secretary of the 6th President of the Republic of Indonesia, Dr. Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono.

He was also served as Indonesia’s Senior Official in numerous bilateral cooperation frameworks such as with Japan, China, South Korea, Russia and Singapore as well as regional and sub-regional cooperation such as APEC, ASEAN, IMT-GT and BIMP-EAGA cooperation and has experience as a commissioner in various state-owned enterprises (PT. Krakatau Wajatama, PT. Pertamina Hulu Energy, and Perum Peruri).

He also has written various articles for academic journals, mostly in the topic of Economic Affairs, Poverty and Inequality, Monetary, Finance, and Management. He is also an active speaker in various domestic and international workshops and seminars.


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Palm oil industry faces many future challenges which inevitably requires effective international collaboration. A synergistic approach involving variety of actors is crucial for the industry especially in addressing negative perception of palm oil, one of the relentless issues. This approach needs a dedicated joint platform aiming at integrating, facilitating, and bridging the global palm oil stakeholders' on issues of common concern.

Some of the focuses include the strengthened alliance of palm oil producing countries to mitigate challenges and maximize opportunities particularly in joint positive campaigns, engagement with government of consuming countries and their stakeholders to garner consumers’ needs which is instrumental for policy improvement, constructive dialogue engaging multi-stakeholders of palm oil producing and consuming countries, and engagement with multilateral organizations especially with the United Nations and its specialized agencies to open exchange of views and possible partnership in promoting palm oil.


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Questions & Answers (4) :
Monica
1 year ago
Do CPOPC have the data of quantity of sustainability palm oil (eg: RSPO, MSPO, ISPO) been produce and export of each member? Thank You.
venny roselina:
Currently, CPOPC have data on the total productions CSPO but we don not have the breakdown for individual country's production.
1 year ago
Peng Kong Law
1 year ago
Has EU seriously engaged with CPOPC to iron out these challenges which has been ongoing for some time? If so, any favourable outcomes to solving some of the issues?
venny roselina:
This is work in progress. CPOPC is continuously engaging all relevant stakeholders in the EU, including policymakers and NGOs, to address these issues.
1 year ago
LAW CHOON SHENG
1 year ago
Dr.Rizal, Two questions please. 1. The views here are for Malaysia and Indonesia, the two biggest oil pam producers. What about the views of the other producing countries? 2. I read that Colombia and some other countries joined CPOPC too. If they have not joined, what are their reservations not to join?
venny roselina:
1. Yes. This is the views of Indonesia and Malaysia. But this views has been shared with all the Observer Countries from Latin America (Colombia and Honduras), Africa (Ghana) and Papua New Guinea, and they are in agreement with this views. 2. Currently, Colombia is still in Observer Country of CPOPC, which include Honduras, Ghana and Papua New Guinea. Most likely Honduras and Papua New Guinea will be full member of CPOPC by end of this year. For Colombia, they are in the process to get approval from the Parliament and it may take a while for they to get the approval.
1 year ago
wjteoh2000-eureka@yahoo.com
1 year ago
Hi conference secretariat, there seems to be no video here to view.
POINTERS Secretariat:
Hi wjteoh2000-eureka@yahoo.com, This speaker only provides slide presentation for the audiences.
1 year ago
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