Speedier submission of evaluation reports urged


PETALING JAYA: Affected local planters, whose palm oil products are banned by the United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP) on forced labour allegations, must speed up the submission of their independent evaluation reports to the relevant US authorities.

According to industry consultant M R Chandran, a potential delay in publishing the independent reports could cause uneasiness among US buyers and users, thus leading to a boycott or suspension on the origin palm oil products.

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