Restaurant operators wary of palm oil price increase


GEORGE TOWN: Nasi kandar restaurant operators are wary of the repercussions if local palm oil producers take advantage of Indonesia’s ban on palm oil export and start exporting the commodity.

Hameediyah Restaurant director Muhammad Riyaaz Syed Ibrahim said this would not only create a shortage in the domestic market but also result in higher demand and price.

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