Indonesia’s lower CPO export levy beneficiaries


PETALING JAYA: Upstream oil palm planters and integrated plantation companies with operations in Indonesia are poised to be prime beneficiaries of the republic’s proposal to reduce its palm oil export levies.

Analysts said that overall, these players will get to enjoy higher net receipts from the potential imposition of lower export levies.

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