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India asks refiners to stop buying Malaysian palm oil after political row — sources


MUMBAI/NEW DELHI (Jan 7): India has informally asked palm oil refiners and traders to avoid buying Malaysian palm oil, government and industry sources said on Tuesday, following Malaysian criticism of India's actions in the Kashmir region and its new citizenship law.

India is the world's biggest buyer of the oil and palm oil inventories could spike in Malaysia, putting prices under pressure if Indian refiners reduce purchases from the country. Malaysian prices are the global benchmark for palm oil prices.

A senior official in India's vegetable oil industry, who did not wish to be named, said the government had asked refiners at a meeting attended by two dozen vegetable oil industry officials in New Delhi on Monday to boycott Malaysia.

"In Monday's meeting we have been verbally told to avoid buying Malaysian palm oil," the official said.

"We've had various rounds of meetings within the government and industry to see how we could reduce imports from Malaysia," one Indian government official said, adding India has yet to firm up a plan of action and is exploring various options.

Malaysian Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has angered India over his comments on India's actions in Kashmir and over a new Indian citizenship law, which critics say chips away at India's secular foundations and could be used by to discriminate against Muslims.

In October, Indian traders stopped signing new contracts with Malaysia for a brief period fearing India will raise import tax on Malaysian palm oil after Dr Mahathir told the UN General Assembly that India had "invaded and occupied" Kashmir, a disputed Muslim-majority region also claimed by Pakistan.

Last month, Dr Mahathir, prime minister of a predominantly Muslim nation, also waded into the debate about India's new citizenship law, which has led to violent protests in India and at least 25 deaths in clashes with police.

"People are dying because of this law. So why is there a necessity to do this thing when all this while, for 70 years almost, they have lived together as citizens without any problem?" Dr Mahathir said last month.

The Indian government has made it clear it wants to punish Malaysia for these remarks and traders should support it, said another industry official.

"The government has been struggling to find ways to restrict imports from Malaysia due to World Trade Organization rules. For the time being it asked for industry co-operation," he said.

India's trade ministry did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Malaysia's Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok, responsible for the palm oil industry, told Reuters on the sidelines of an industry event that the government has not received any official statement or notice from India about cutting imports from Malaysia.

"There are some discussions going on but until they officially announce, we don't know whether it's true," said Kalyana Sundram, CEO of Malaysian Palm Oil Council, a state agency responsible for promoting palm oil.

Palm oil accounts for nearly two-thirds of India's total edible oil imports. India buys more than 9 million tonnes of palm oil annually, mainly from Indonesia and Malaysia.

Indian refiners and traders have already contracted Malaysian palm oil for shipments in January and small amounts for February, said a Mumbai-based dealer with a global trading firm.

"The impact of Monday's meet would be clearly visible from March onward — Indonesia's exports will rise," the dealer said.

Indonesia is the world's biggest producer of palm oil, followed by Malaysia. Palm oil is crucial for the Malaysian economy as it accounts for 2.8% of Malaysia's gross domestic product and 4.5% of total exports.

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Akhirnya, Kerajaan India secara rasmi telah mengharamkan import minyak sawit diproses.

Biasanya, India akan import minyak sawit mentah dari Indonesia dan minyak sawit diproses dari Malaysia.

Ini akan memberi impak yang besar kepada kilang-kilang kita berbanding kesan kepada Indonesia.

India ialah negara pengimport sawit terbesar dalam dunia.

 

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arini harga kilang kt felda rm698/setan

tp hasil buah dh mula kurang. blanjutan smpai bulan 4,5 nnt. org kita pggil buah melawas

masa buah byk mmg x la nk dpt hrga cmni. utk rekod baru 2,3bln ni je peneroka merasa harga tggi cmni
 

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India asks refiners to stop buying Malaysian palm oil after political row — sources


MUMBAI/NEW DELHI (Jan 7): India has informally asked palm oil refiners and traders to avoid buying Malaysian palm oil, government and industry sources said on Tuesday, following Malaysian criticism of India's actions in the Kashmir region and its new citizenship law.

India is the world's biggest buyer of the oil and palm oil inventories could spike in Malaysia, putting prices under pressure if Indian refiners reduce purchases from the country. Malaysian prices are the global benchmark for palm oil prices.

A senior official in India's vegetable oil industry, who did not wish to be named, said the government had asked refiners at a meeting attended by two dozen vegetable oil industry officials in New Delhi on Monday to boycott Malaysia.

"In Monday's meeting we have been verbally told to avoid buying Malaysian palm oil," the official said.

"We've had various rounds of meetings within the government and industry to see how we could reduce imports from Malaysia," one Indian government official said, adding India has yet to firm up a plan of action and is exploring various options.

Malaysian Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has angered India over his comments on India's actions in Kashmir and over a new Indian citizenship law, which critics say chips away at India's secular foundations and could be used by to discriminate against Muslims.

In October, Indian traders stopped signing new contracts with Malaysia for a brief period fearing India will raise import tax on Malaysian palm oil after Dr Mahathir told the UN General Assembly that India had "invaded and occupied" Kashmir, a disputed Muslim-majority region also claimed by Pakistan.

Last month, Dr Mahathir, prime minister of a predominantly Muslim nation, also waded into the debate about India's new citizenship law, which has led to violent protests in India and at least 25 deaths in clashes with police.

"People are dying because of this law. So why is there a necessity to do this thing when all this while, for 70 years almost, they have lived together as citizens without any problem?" Dr Mahathir said last month.

The Indian government has made it clear it wants to punish Malaysia for these remarks and traders should support it, said another industry official.

"The government has been struggling to find ways to restrict imports from Malaysia due to World Trade Organization rules. For the time being it asked for industry co-operation," he said.

India's trade ministry did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Malaysia's Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok, responsible for the palm oil industry, told Reuters on the sidelines of an industry event that the government has not received any official statement or notice from India about cutting imports from Malaysia.

"There are some discussions going on but until they officially announce, we don't know whether it's true," said Kalyana Sundram, CEO of Malaysian Palm Oil Council, a state agency responsible for promoting palm oil.

Palm oil accounts for nearly two-thirds of India's total edible oil imports. India buys more than 9 million tonnes of palm oil annually, mainly from Indonesia and Malaysia.

Indian refiners and traders have already contracted Malaysian palm oil for shipments in January and small amounts for February, said a Mumbai-based dealer with a global trading firm.

"The impact of Monday's meet would be clearly visible from March onward — Indonesia's exports will rise," the dealer said.

Indonesia is the world's biggest producer of palm oil, followed by Malaysia. Palm oil is crucial for the Malaysian economy as it accounts for 2.8% of Malaysia's gross domestic product and 4.5% of total exports.

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Its all becoz of Zakir Naik fiasco.
 

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anak anak felda yg anti N^&*b bolehlah menasihati ibubapa mereka beralih kpd tanaman buloh dimana dapat meningkatkan pendapatan peneroka... menurut menteri lah
 

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Its all becoz of Zakir Naik fiasco.
Tak reti bahasa inggeris ye bang. Its all becoz of Mahathir fiasco. lah.
Mungkin kau ni khayal ketum kuat sangat sampai Mahathir jadi Zakir. :ROFLMAO:
Bebudak ketum macam ko nie tak payahla berpolitik, kepala banyak masuk air tu, main tik tok sudah la. Boleh kau tunjukkan kebodohan kau serata dunia bagi orang tengok. TaK gitu, KETUMventures :ROFLMAO:

MUMBAI/NEW DELHI (Jan 7): India has informally asked palm oil refiners and traders to avoid buying Malaysian palm oil, government and industry sources said on Tuesday, following Malaysian criticism of India's actions in the Kashmir region and its new citizenship law.


Malaysian Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has angered India over his comments on India's actions in Kashmir and over a new Indian citizenship law, which critics say chips away at India's secular foundations and could be used by to discriminate against Muslims.
 
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Di sebalik propaganda PH hari ini bahawa eksport sawit telah meningkat pada tahun 2019 lepas, data rasmi Lembaga Minyak Sawit Malaysia (MPOB) menunjukkan jumlah nilai eksport semua produk sawit terus menurun tahun lepas.

Data kerajaan sendiri menunjukkan jumlah nilai eksport yang menunjukkan trend menaik sebelum PRU14 masih menurun selepas PRU14.

Pada tahun 2017, eksport sawit negara bernilai RM74.8 bilion tetapi ini jatuh ke RM65.4 bilion pada tahun 2018 dan terus jatuh lagi ke RM63.7 bilion tahun lepas.

Ini ialah kejatuhan nilai eksport sebanyak RM11.1 bilion berbanding tahun 2017 di bawah BN.

Industri sawit bimbang bahawa trend penurunan akan bersambung tahun 2020 ini apabila negara pengimport sawit terbesar dalam dunia India mengharamkan import produk sawit diproses minggu lepas.

India biasanya mengimport minyak sawit diproses dari Malaysia dan minyak sawit mentah dari Indonesia.

Ini bermakna kesan kepada Malaysia akibat pengharaman ini adalah jauh lebih besar.

Produk sawit yang diproses merupakan produk sawit yang telah ditambah nilai.

Oleh itu, nilai eksportnya adalah lebih tinggi berbanding eksport minyak sawit mentah belum diproses.

Besar kemungkinan juga ialah nilai eksport yang jatuh ketara adalah akibat Malaysia sekarang terpaksa memberi diskaun berbanding harga pasaran semasa menjual sawit kita..

"November 14, 2019: India resumes buying Msian palm oil as Kuala Lumpur offers discount - Traders"

Lagi membimbangkan ialah data MPOB menunjukkan jumlah pengeluaran sawit Malaysia mengalami kejatuhan yang agak besar sejak 6 bulan yang lepas.

Misalnya jumlah pengeluaran pada bulan Disember 2019 ialah 1.33 juta tan manakala pengeluaran bulan Disember 2018 adalah 1.81 juta tan.

Ini adalah penurunan hampir setengah juta tan berbanding tahun lepas.

Sebab utama ialah pembajaan yang telah mengurang sejak tahun 2018 selepas PRU14.

Ataupun penurunan pengeluaran ini adalah akibat ladang sawit diganti dengan ladang buluh seperti disaran Menteri PH?

Pengeluaran yang semakin rendah menyebabkan Malaysia tidak dapat mengambil kesempatan harga minyak sawit yang sedang memulih.

Pada masa pengeluaran sawit Malaysia menurun, pengeluaran di Indonesia terus meningkat pula.

Saya harap Menteri Teresa sedar dengan situasi ini.

Tetapi saya bimbang dia belum sedar akibat terlebih minum sawit masa dia meraikan kemenangan PH di Tanjung Piai.

Sebab itu, tolong sebarkan posting ini supaya Teresa sedar dan memberi penjelasan apa langkah kerajaan PH akan ambil untuk menangani situasi ini.

 

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Kesian tak habis2 dengan dr zakir.
 

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India wont import our palm oil.
Tun M wont extradite Zakir Naik.
China wont extradite Jho Low.
Aussie wont extradite Azilah.
Poetic justice for Malaysians.
 
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