Dear Friends of i3 Forum
You heard lots of concern on ESG regarding palm oil in Malaysia
In stead of defending for Palm oil these IB Bankers (Not all: Good IB Banker like Hong Leong Research very good) in cahoot with Media (Nst Press is ok) are degrading & downgrading Palm Oil
This is really unfounded
These IB Banks have issued too many Palm oil call warrants to bet against palm oil
As such THEY CANNOT BE TRUSTED AS THEY HAVE VESTED INTEREST AGAINST PALM OIL
THEY KNOW THAT PALM OIL SERVES OVER A MILLION FELCRA, FELDA & OTHER PALM OIL ESTATES ALL OVER MALAYSIA YET THEY CHOSE TO CONTINUE RELENTLESSLY DOWN GRADE & DEGRADE PALM OIL
DATUK ZURAIDA PLEASE LOOK INTO THIS CONCERTED EVIL SCHEME OF DIRTY IB BANKERS
Discriminating against M'sian palm oil on food labels now
an arrestable offence, says Deputy Minister
By MARTIN CARVALHO RAHIMY RAHIM
An amendment was passed by DEWAN RAKYAT to make it AN ARRESTABLE OFFENSE to "discriminate or boycott" Malaysia Palm Oil, says Datuk Rosol Wahid
SO MALAYSIA SHOULD ALSO PASS LAWS AGAINST ANY PRINTING OR PUBLICATIONS AGAINST OR DISCRIMINATE PALM OIL DUE TO FALSE ESG CONCERN
ESG CONCERN HAS MORE FOR PROTECTION BY THE WEST FOR THE CANOLA/SOYBEAL OIL AGAINST PALM OIL
THEY CANNOT AND COULD NOT COMPETE AGAINST THE SUPERIOR ECONOMY AND QUALITY OF PALM OIL
THEREFORE THEY RESORT TO USE THESE UNDER HANDED MEANS AGAIN PALM OIL
ALL LOYAL MALAYSIANS SHOULD RISE UP AND DEFEND FOR PALM OIL
See What Indonesia is doing
SINGAPORE (REUTERS) - Indonesia's giant palm oil industry, long a target of global green groups, is shoring up its defences closer to home as it tries to counter growing anti-palm oil sentiment among a more environmentally conscious generation of young Indonesians.
Indonesia, the world's top palm oil producer, is training farmers and teachers and running social media campaigns to highlight the "positive aspects" of the US$50 billion (S$67 billion) industry.
"We must tell the world about the benefits of palm oil," Mr Achmad Maulizal, the corporate division head of BPDP, a government body in charge of collecting export taxes, told a media training workshop for farmers in Kalimantan via Zoom.
Palm oil, which is found in many consumer products from potato crisps to soap, has been linked by environmentalists to land clearance, habitat destruction and forest fires.
Indonesia has the world's third biggest rainforest area, vast wildernesses seen as crucial to limiting the effects of climate change, and home to vulnerable species including orangutans, tigers and rhinoceros.
At least 1.6 million hectares of forest and other land were burned in 2019 and losses were estimated at US$5.2 billion as a choking haze blanketed Indonesia and neighbouring countries.
(above extracted from NST Singapore)
Calvin find it very strange
In Indonesia. In Thailand. In Ghana. In Singapore. In Nigeria.
In every other country where palm oil is grown (Except in Malaysia)
ALL PEOPLES, MEDIA & BANKING INSTITUTIONS OR STOCK MARKET ANAYLST WORLD WIDE
THEY ALL SPEAK IN UNISON FOR PALM OIL
ONLY IN MALAYSIA THEY SPEAK AGAINST PALM OIL
SO MAY THE RULING GOVERNMENT OF MALAYSIA RISE UP TO THE OCCASSION IN DEFENSE OF PALM OIL