Indonesia, the world's top exporter of palm oil, will not collect levies from palm exporters when prices are below a threshold of $570 per tonne, but will charge $10-$25 once prices are in a range of $570-$619 per tonne. The range will rise to $20-$50 when prices hit above $619 per tonne.
The details of the new regulation were different from the previous announcement.
Under the previous rules, exporters must pay $20-$50 per tonne regardless of what palm prices are. The rules for export taxes remain the same. - Reuters
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