Malaysia planning to support the palm oil market

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Malaysia is going to revise the structure of its customs duty on palm oil exports to be charged next year. These measures are taken in order to make the product more competitive, strengthen foreign demand for it, and reduce surplus inventories, reports UkrAgroConsult.

In addition, Malaysia intends to reduce high palm oil stocks by expanding the biodiesel share in fuel to 10% in the transport sector and 7% in the industrial sector.

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