Brothers in arms


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For many years palm oil has been the victim of negative campaigning, especially in Europe and the United States. Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta have agreed to join forces to fight this but it remains to be seen what their actual plan is.

THE fight is real. At least for palm oil, that precious commodity export from Malaysia.

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