"Eradicating poverty and creating wealth through sustainable economic development"
"CPOPC members are the leading provider of sustainable vegetable oil"
"Improving the health of millions one oil drop at a time"
"Committed to forest and wildlife conservation "
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"Eradicating poverty and creating wealth through sustainable economic development"
"CPOPC members are the leading provider of sustainable vegetable oil"
"Improving the health of millions one oil drop at a time"
"Committed to forest and wildlife conservation "
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CPO Indonesia, CPO Malaysia and SBO Rotterdam Daily Closing Prices

Source: Palm Oil Analytics (POA)

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Market Trend Palm Oil Supply and Demand Half Year Review 2020: A Market Outlook

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CPOPC Members Profile

Indonesia

Providing about half of the world’s supply of palm oil, Indonesia remains to be the world’s biggest producer and consumer of the commodity. Palm oil production is central to the economy of Indonesia and accounts for 11% of Indonesia’s export earnings. This makes it the largest export commodity, exceeding oil and gas export value. Notably, the export value of the Indonesian palm oil reaches up to USD 23 billion in 2017, marking an increase of 26% from 2016.

Malaysia

As the world’s second-largest producer of the commodity, the oil palm industry is not only vital to the Malaysian economy but it also plays a pivotal role in ensuring that the demand of a growing global population is met. Malaysia has a vital role to play in achieving the rising global need for oils and fats, as Malaysia is one of the major producer and exporter countries of palm oil and palm oil products.