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Peel fully CPO Policy, the largest export contributor in Indonesia

Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – Indonesia has been the world’s largest producer of palm oil since 2006, surpassing Malaysia’s position for years. Even in 2019, palm oil production in Indonesia reached 43.5 million tons with an average annual growth of 3.61%. This makes the export of crude palm oil (CPO) the largest export contributor for Indonesia.

However, recently cooking oil products have complicated problems. Policies such as the determination of the Domestic Market Obligation (DMO) and the Domestic Price Obligation (DPO) by the Ministry of Commerce are considered burdensome to stakeholders and have the opportunity to further increase cooking oil prices.

Then what is the solution to the problem regarding cooking oil products? CNBC Indonesia together with the Palm Oil Plantation Fund Management Agency (BPDPKS) will discuss it in depth in the special dialogue of CNBC Indonesia. This exclusive dialogue raised the theme “Accelerating CPO Exports: Between Business and Reality”, and featured interesting speakers.

Watch this discussion only on CNBC Indonesia, Monday 25 July 2022, 10.00-12.00 WIB. The speakers present for this interesting discussion are included Member Dewan Pembina Indonesian Palm Oil Association (GAPKI) Maruli Gultom, Plt. Partnership director BPDP KS Kabul WijayantoExecutive Director of the Indonesian Vegetable Oil Industry Association (GIMNI) Sahat Sinaga, and DPP Indonesian Palm Oil Farmers Association (Apkasindo) President Gulat Manurung.

Trade Minister of the Republic of Indonesia Zulkifli Hasan will also be present as a keynote speaker. This discussion will be hosted by CNBC Indonesia, and discuss the various developments for cooking oil products, starting from the effectiveness of DMO and DPO cooking oil policy on the price of cooking oil, the obstacles faced by producers , in discussing solutions for that government and business. actors can continue to absorb human palm oil.

Don’t miss CNBC Indonesia’s special dialogue only on CNBC Indonesia TV and CNBCIndonesia.com. Also get a chance to win an e-wallet balance of IDR 500,000 for 4 selected questions.

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