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The Indonesian government is ready to take firm action against European products if the European Union continued its plan to ban palm oil as a biofuel.
The government will also file a lawsuit with the World Trade Organization.
Minister of Economic Affairs Darmin Nasution said that the Indonesian government is yet able to sue the European Union on CPO ban.
Malaysia is the world's second-largest palm oil producer behind Indonesia.
EU and UN Women today launched 'WeEmpower Asia' to encourage the private sector to expand economic participation and business opportunities for women.
The European Food Safety Agency (EFSA) must disclose details of studies on the toxicity and carcinogenic properties of glyphosate, EU judges ruled.
EU added Saudi Arabia and other jurisdictions to its blacklist of countries considered a threat because of weak control over terrorism funding.
The European Union channel an additional EUR 300,000 of relief fund to aid the victims of the Sunda Strait tsunami.
The European Union Award for Journalists (#eu4wartawan) awarded 5 journalists who raised public awareness on human rights and social inclusiveness.
The EU-ASEAN Road Transport workshop on Road Safety took place in Brussels from 30 January to 1 February 2019.
The EU to impose sanction towards Google, Facebook, Twitter, and Mozilla should they failed in combatting fake news.
The European Union (EU) has decided to provide humanitarian aid amounting to 80,000 Euros or around Rp1.3 billion for tsunami victims.