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Launching of ASIA RETAIL COMMUNITY (ARC) during Indonesia Fest 2019 by @megaxpress Singapore

ARC is a collaboration NETASIA @netasia.biz with @retailcommunity Indonesia

Line up Sharing Session by The CEO
“Smart Farming 4.0”
Bapak Harry Kasuma Aliwarga (aka Bapak Kiwi Aliwarga),
CEO of UMG Myanmar, CEO of @pt_msmb @ritx_indonesia .

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    Cooking oil producers will decrease bulk cooking oil prices by 4.6 percent to 6.4 percent

    New regulations cut CPO duties as the Government attempts to boost exports

    The Ministry of State-Owned Enterprise expects to collect up to IDR 4.1 trillion through 2014 from state-controlled companies to participate in the food security enhancement program

    Indonesian palm oil producers hope the Asean-European Union Business Summit leads to a breakthrough in exports of crude palm oil to Europe

    Indonesia’s robusta coffee beans exports from the main growing area in southern Sumatra nearly doubled in this April compared to the same month a year ago

    Indonesia will form a body to manage, monitor and clarify its mandatory green palm oil industry scheme within two weeks  

    Despite ADB warning of surging oil and food prices, the Indonesian government is confident that it has taken the necessary measures to protect the poor and unemployed.

    A South Korean company plans to invest Rp 200 billion ($23.2 million).

    Samsung is interesting to invest Rp 8,6 trillion in developing palm oil.

    Indonesian robusta coffee was offered at a premium to London futures for the first time since June 2010.

    Indonesian robusta coffee beans were offered at a premium to London futures for the first time since June 2010.

    US companies are going to explore business opportunities in Indonesia’s agricultural sector.

    Indonesian palm oil giant Sinar Mas Agro Resources & Technology and its affiliated companies will invest Rp 9 trillion ($1 billion) in the space of four to five years to develop its downstream business.

    Indonesia, the world’s second-largest rubber producer, will increase its output by more than 20 percent to 3.6 million tons by 2015 to meet rising domestic and Chinese demand

    Palm oil fell as exports from Malaysia, the second-largest producer, declined in the first 20 days of March after a rally in prices curbed demand from importers in India and China.

    Thai rubber exporters had been asked to halt shipments and a state body overseeing the sector was set to meet next week to look at further ways to support prices.

    The world’s top rubber producing countries, Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia, will hold an urgent meeting this week to find ways to support prices that have collapsed this month

    Strong production of Southeast Asian palm oil is the best hope in boosting cooking oil supplies as soybean oil gets soaked up to make bio-fuel.

    The Finnish operator of the world's largest renewable diesel plant, has started investing heavily in research to find new materials to be turned into biofuels

    Indonesia’s robusta coffee shipments from the main growing areas in Sumatra nearly tripled last month from a year ago as exporters turned to inventories to fulfill old contracts, but concerns over harvests persisted

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