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Minister of Trade Agus Suparmanto affirmed that Indonesia would file a lawsuit against the European Union to WTO this year over palm oil restriction.
Dedi Mulyadi sees that corporates are able to easily obtain land areas while at the same time evicting the land's native people.
Supreme Court (MA) panel of judges rejected the appeal of palm oil firm PT Waringin Agro Jaya and ordered the company to pay for compensation.
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Wildfires in Indonesia, largely blamed on slash-and-burn farming practices, have created unhealthy smog across Southeast Asia.
Indonesia is facing a backlash over an online campaign backing palm oil at a time when forest fires have spread choking haze across the region.
Russia has shown commitment to assist the infrastructure development of Indonesia's capital city in East Kalimantan.
European Union Delegation to Indonesia Charles Michel-Geurts denied allegations that the EU involved in a black campaign for palm oil-free.
Malaysia's biggest supermarket chain has removed products labeled palm-oil-free from its stores as part of a campaign to protect the commodity's image
BPK announces that it has completed a thorough audit on Indonesian provinces, revealing a large number of palm oil plantations.
President Joko Widodo or Jokowi said that he was informed that palm oil could be processed into avtur or jet fuel.
Indonesian President Jokowi and Malaysian PM Mahathir agreed on fighting the EU discriminatory against the two countries' palm oil.
The Ministry of Trade suspects the European Union (EU) of commencing a massive and structured strategy against Indonesian palm oil.
The European Union's discriminatory policy on palm oil that besetting Indonesia and Malaysia was discussed during the 34th ASEAN Summit in Bangkok.
The Indonesian and the Malaysian governments have agreed to file a letter of objection to the European Union (EU) against a possible CPO ban.
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.
Indonesia and Malaysia agreed to send their envoys to protest against the European Union's plans to ban palm oil as biofuel by 2030.
Malaysia is the world's second-largest palm oil producer behind Indonesia.
To the Segumon customary community, growing plants among oil palm trees has been the norm in the past decade.
Indonesia reiterated its rejection of discriminatory policies against palm oil products on the 22nd ASEAN-EU Ministerial Meeting in Brussels.