Pakistan will purchase extra palm oil from Malaysia to compensate resulting from dispute with India: Imran Khan

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Kuala Lumpur: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan stated that his nation will import extra palm oil from Malaysia. He thanked Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohammad for talking on the Kashmir concern and stated he would attempt to compensate for the ban imposed by India on the acquisition of palm oil from Malaysia. After the diplomatic dispute, India has curbed Malaysia's palm oil imports.

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                 We are grateful to you for this, "Khan said." We have seen that India has threatened Malaysia for help on the Kashmir concern and has stopped importing palm oil from them, "reported Pakistan's Associated Press. Pakistan will do its utmost to make up for it.

Indonesia and Malaysia are the world's two main palm oil suppliers. Malaysia produces 19 million tonnes of palm oil a 12 months, whereas Indonesia has an annual manufacturing of 43 million tonnes. India is the world's largest vegetable oil importer. India imports 15 million tonnes yearly. According to the Palm Oil Council of Malaysia, Pakistan purchased 10.eight lakh tonnes of palm oil from Malaysia in 2019. At the identical time, India imported 44 lakh tons of palm oil from Malaysia.

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