Mah: ‘Black day’ for free trade practice

Mah: We will explain to them through our embassies in 16 European countries as well as engage with EU members’ offices in Malaysia to ensure that all the facts, correct information on palm oil as well as our objections to the ban are communicated to them. — Bernama

 PUTRAJAYA: Plantation Industries and Commodities Minister Datuk Seri Mah Siew Keong has condemned the decision by the European Union (EU) Parliament on Wednesday to ban the usage of palm oil in the economic bloc’s biofuels programme by 2021.

He described the EU Parliament’s discriminatory act against palm oil as a “black day” for free-trade practice.

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