Four countries set to join council as full members


Colombia, Ghana, Honduras and Papua New Guinea will automatically become full members once they ratify the CPOPC Charter and the Protocol to Amend the Charter, according to the council’s executive director Tan Sri Dr Yusof Basiron.(pic)

JAKARTA: Colombia, Ghana, Honduras and Papua New Guinea are set to become full members of the Council of Palm Oil Producing Countries (CPOPC) by May next year amid growing claims that palm oil negatively impacts the environment.

These countries will automatically become full members once they ratify the CPOPC Charter and the Protocol to Amend the Charter, according to the council’s executive director Tan Sri Dr Yusof Basiron.(pic)

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