Ukraine says Black Sea grain deal risks being shut down
Ukrainian Black Sea ports were blockaded after Russia's invasion last year, but access to three of them was cleared last July under a deal between Moscow and Kyiv that was brokered by the United Nations and Turkey.
Singapore warns slower economic growth in 2023
The city-state's economic performance is often seen as a useful barometer of the global environment because of its reliance on trade with the rest of the world.
NZ bans export of live animals by sea
The ban had been well flagged and comes after a ship that left its shores with nearly 6,000 cows and 43 crew members capsized in 2020 off Japan.
Ceiling price for chicken to remain at RM9.40 per kg
Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister Alexander Nanta Linggi also says the government has decided against floating chicken prices.
US investigates Chinese companies over export sanction issues
In February, the Commerce Department added 33 Chinese entities to its 'unverified list' which requires US exporters to go through more procedures before shipping goods to the entities.
Indonesia aims to issue first palm oil export permits since ban
Though Indonesia has officially allowed exports to restart after a three-week halt, companies are facing regulatory hurdles that are slowing the process of getting their shipments out.
The food security issues haunting Malaysia
The government should identify all of the problems in each of the sectors and formulate long-term solutions instead of addressing food security issues on a piecemeal basis.
Indonesia to impose local sales rule when palm oil exports restart
President Joko Widodo has announced Indonesia will lift the export ban from Monday after imposing the policy on April 28 in a bid to control high domestic cooking oil prices.
Indonesia to lift palm oil export ban
President Joko Widodo says the supply of bulk cooking oil has now reached a level greater than what the domestic market needs.
Indonesia’s palm oil export ban does not threaten EU supply, say producers
The EU imports about 335,000 tonnes of crude palm oil from Indonesia on average per month, representing over 40% of total crude palm oil imports, EU vegetable oil group FEDIOL says.
Indonesia’s palm oil industry braces for upcoming export ban
The restrictions imposed by Indonesia have driven up global edible oil prices as supplies were already choked by other factors such as drought and shortages after Russia's invasion of major crop producer Ukraine.
Indonesia may widen palm oil export ban if local demand not met
Its palm oil export ban currently only applies to refined palm olein, although authorities say further export bans can be carried out if there is a shortage.
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