Vice Minister of Trade: CPOPC Builds Palm Oil Communication Line with India

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Doc. Special / Jerry Sambuaga, the Vice Minister of Trade for the Indonesian Republic, spearheaded Indonesia's delegation at the Same Mission of the Council of Palm Oil Producing Countries (CPOPC) held in India from September 27 to 29, 2023.

PALMOILMAGAZINE, MUMBAI – Jerry Sambuaga, the Vice Minister of Trade for the Indonesian Republic, spearheaded Indonesia’s delegation at the Same Mission of the Council of Palm Oil Producing Countries (CPOPC) held in India from September 27 to 29, 2023.

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During this meeting, CPOPC actively sought to establish communication and collaboration with India, aiming to ensure sustainable market access and meet the demands of consumers. This strategic endeavor aims to sustain the robust demand for palm oil and its related products in international markets.

Jerry Sambuaga emphasized the paramount importance of proactively engaging with the world’s largest consumer of vegetable oil, India, during the 2nd Sustainability Vegetable Oil Conference (SVOC) held in Mumbai, India.

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“CPOPC tries to get communication and collaboration with India. Proactive involvement with the biggest vegetable oil consumer in the world, such as, India, would be the way to maintain market access which is strong in South Asia. Besides, it would maintain stable demand on palm oil and fulfill the consumers’ needs and contribute to maintain food security globally, fulfill energy demands from vegetable oil source,” Jerry said, as in the official statement to Palmoilmagazine.com, Friday (29/9/2023).

Besides the mission had other significant goals, such as, delivering factual information about sustainable palm oil practices, explanation about palm oil contribution to realize sustainable development goals. These are crucial to improve every negative campaign which is always aimed to palm oil industries that said as the factors of deforestation and environment degradation.

In the context of challenge in the global scale, Vice Minister Jerry also discussed about new policy in Europe which is European Union free Deforestation Regulation (EUDR) because it potentially postpones palm oil product exports from Indonesia to the continent.

To face it, the Government of Indonesia did welcome the establishment of Joint Task Force among Indonesia, Malaysia, and European Union. The taskforce should also help to accomplish every commodity issue inclusively, transparently, objectively, and fair to maintain economic sovereignty and support sustainability in palm oil industries globally.

The meeting was attended by many stakeholders, such as, Deputy in Food and Agribusiness Coordination Coordinator Ministry in Economy, Musdhalifah Machmud; General Director of Agriculture Industry Ministry of Industry, Putu July Ardika; General Secretary of CPOPC, Rizal Affandi Lukman; Chairman of Indonesian Palm Oil Association, Edy Martono; and representatives from Malaysia. (T2)

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