Palm oil representatives heading to US

Palm oil representatives heading to USMalaysia’s RM4.4 billion palm oil industry is hopefully getting another boost to its export prospects.  The Minister of Plantation Industries and Commodities, Tan Sri Bernard Dompok, will be part of a joint Malaysian-Indonesian Ministerial mission to promote the use of palm oil in the United States.  Palm oil saw a 40% increase in exports last year over the previous year, with the US being the 4th largest importer, covering about 6.4% of the overall market.

Dompok will meet with government ministers and agencies as well as non-governmental organizations to promote the use of palm oil in the US.  The mission itself will meet with the US Food & Drug Administration, Environmental Protection Agency, the Departments of Agriculture and Energy, and many businesspeople interested in investing in palm oil and its derivatives.  They will also meet with the US-Asian Business Council.

 



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Malaysia’s RM4.4 billion palm oil industry is hopefully getting another boost to its export prospects.  The Minister of Plantation Industries and Commodities, Tan Sri Bernard Dompok, will be part of a joint Malaysian-Indonesian Ministerial mission to promote the use of palm oil in the United States.  Palm oil saw a 40% increase in exports last year over the previous year, with the US being the 4th largest importer, covering about 6.4% of the overall market. Dompok will meet with government ministers and agencies as well as non-governmental organizations to promote the use of palm oil in the US.  The mission...

Palm oil representatives heading to USMalaysia’s RM4.4 billion palm oil industry is hopefully getting another boost to its export prospects.  The Minister of Plantation Industries and Commodities, Tan Sri Bernard Dompok, will be part of a joint Malaysian-Indonesian Ministerial mission to promote the use of palm oil in the United States.  Palm oil saw a 40% increase in exports last year over the previous year, with the US being the 4th largest importer, covering about 6.4% of the overall market.

Dompok will meet with government ministers and agencies as well as non-governmental organizations to promote the use of palm oil in the US.  The mission itself will meet with the US Food & Drug Administration, Environmental Protection Agency, the Departments of Agriculture and Energy, and many businesspeople interested in investing in palm oil and its derivatives.  They will also meet with the US-Asian Business Council.

 



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