Malaysia keeps September Crude Palm Oil export duty at zero percent
Commodity Online | August 14 2019
UPDATED 11:49:33 IST

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Malaysia kept its export duty on crude palm oil for September unchanged at zero percent, according to a circular on the Malaysian Palm Oil Board’s website, citing the national customs department.

The duty has been at zero percent since September 2018.

Malaysia, the world’s second-largest producer of palm oil, calculated a palm oil reference price of 1,907.62 ringgit ($455.82) per tonne for September. Any price above 2,250 ringgit incurs a duty.

The country said in May it would defer the imposition of export duties on crude palm oil to Dec. 31 in efforts to boost palm oil exports and expand into new markets.

 



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