India: FTA will boost Malaysia palm oil sector


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  • Friday, 11 Feb 2011

KOTA KINABALU: Next week's free trade agreement (FTA) signing between Malaysia and India will be a further boost for the country's palm oil sector and Sabah, in particular, stands to benefit.

Noting that the state was already one of Malaysia's biggest palm oil producers, Indian High Commissioner Vijay Gokhale said that demand for the commodity was set to increase with the FTA.

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