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Fri Oct 25, 2019 9:39 am
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This article includes some extracts from a leaflet which I received by post. Analysis and discussion on this can be done after reading the leaflet.

Why do we need Palm Oil Industry in Sri Lanka?

1. For consumption

Local annual demand for palm oil is 250,000 Metric tons. Only 50,000 MT is locally produced and balance is imported. The forex we lost is around LKR 30 Billion.

2. To protect local forests

If we fulfill the edible oil requirement by coconut we have to add 300,000 acres but if the requirement is fulfilled by palm oil it takes only 50,000 additional acres and that can be found in rubber estates which are already abandoned.


Palm oil is becoming popular and no findings against it as an edible oil.

No evidences found against palm oil to prove that it reduced the ground water level. Malaysia is highly into palm oil and they are the water provider to Singapore.



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Namunukula2654504
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Elpitiya1900539
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Sat Nov 02, 2019 1:28 pm
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Rally in Palm Oil Is 'Red Hot,' Analyst Says
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Anuradha Raghu
and
Yoga Rusmana

November 1, 2019, 1:40 PM GMT+5:30

• Palm oil rally to accelerate: veteran analyst Dorab Mistry
• Mistry says market in “great hurry” to ration supplies

The rally in palm oil prices is set to accelerate as demand for the commodity’s use in biofuel increases at a time when output is falling, according to veteran industry analyst Dorab Mistry.
Benchmark futures could reach 2,700 ringgit a metric ton by March, Mistry, director at Godrej International, said in remarks prepared for delivery at an industry conference in Bali. That would be their highest level in more than two years, and would take the gain from the July low to about 40%.
“Sentiment is red hot,” Mistry said. “With lower production, biodiesel usage has become the spark to ignite the rally.”
Malaysian futures, which set the tone for global prices of the most-used edible oil, capped their biggest monthly advance in four years in October as supply concerns, strong Chinese demand and expectations for a jump in consumption in biodiesel propelled the gauge into a bull market.

The “game changer,” says Mistry, has been Indonesian President Joko Widodo’s support for B30, a program that requires biofuels to be made using 30% palm oil from 2020. Now, the market is in “a great hurry” and has begun the job of rationing supplies by means of higher prices, he said.
Slowing output in Indonesia, the top producer, will also tighten the market, Mistry said. Dry weather, fewer palm trees being planted in new areas, and a cutback in the use of fertilizers will result in production growth of just 1 million tons, he said. Output in Malaysia, the No. 2 grower, may drop by 1 million tons in the first half of next year, according to Mistry’s early estimate.
There’s little scope for buyers to switch from palm to rival soft oils as output of soyoil and sunflower oil will only rise slightly next year, Mistry said.
In Mistry’s other forecasts:
• Malaysian stockpiles may total 2.5 million tons by December, down from 3.22 million tons a year earlier.
• There’s a big opportunity in China, where soybean crushing will drop. It will import less rapeseed oil, and biodiesel demand is significant.
• India’s edible oil imports may rise to 16.3 million tons in 2019-20 from 15.6 million tons a year earlier. Palm imports may increase to 9.9 million tons in 2019-20 from 9.5 million.
• Global supply of vegetable oils may rise by 3.5 million tons in 2019-20. Palm oil supply may only increase by 2 million tons, compared with 3.5 million tons a year earlier.
• NOTE: Forecasts are based on Brent crude at $60-$80/bbl; easy U.S. monetary policy, weaker world economic growth in 2020; some U.S. political turmoil; gradually weakening dollar; no major change in new International Maritime Organization’s regulations on fuel.





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Sun Nov 03, 2019 4:44 am
Thanks Alchem.
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Fri Apr 09, 2021 9:33 pm
Can someone with knowledge please share what is happening on this topic?
How will the bad actually impact? Will it be reversed?
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Thu Apr 15, 2021 7:37 am
Bad news are like music to the investors ears. .. I will write when I am free. 


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පාම් තෙල් හා ඒවායේ නිෂ්පාදන නැවතත් කාණ්ඩ දෙකක් යටතේ මෙරටට ආනයනය කිරීමට ඉඩ සලසා දෙමින් මුදල් අමාත්‍යාංශය විසින් ආනයන අපනයන පාලන පනත නියාමනයන් එක්කර තිබේ.
අග්‍රාමාත්‍ය මුදල් අමාත්‍යවරයා ලෙස අග්‍රාමාත්‍ය මහින්ද රාජපක්ෂ මහතාගේ අත්සනින් යුතුව මෙම නිවේදනය කර ඇත.
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