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RI-Malaysia proaktif tangkal kampanye negatif PDF Print E-mail

JAKARTA RI-Malaysia menginisiasi Indonesia Malaysia Palm Oil Group (IMPOG) Kemarin, menyusul kesepakatan kolaborasi pada 5 Maret 2010. Kerja sama yang dituangkan dalam bentuk organisasi baru ini mengedepankan upaya bersama untuk mengembangkan industri minyak sawit (crude palm oif/CPO) sekaligus menaikkan posisi tawar dua negara produsen terbesar ini di mata dunia.

Apalagi kini, tudingan negatif dan ketentuan standar internasional terkait dengan lingkungan hidup dan praktik perkebunan lestari dinilai kian memojokkan produsen CPO. Ketua Bidang Luar Negeri Gabungan Pengusaha Kelapa Sawit Indonesia (Gapki) Purboyo Guritno mengakui kesepakatan pembentukan IMPOG menjadi salah satu fokus dalam pertemuan dua negara di Kuching, Malaysia kemarin.

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Industri Sawit Ragu Dengan Perakaunan Pertanian IAS 41 PDF Print E-mail

Sistem perakauan di Malaysia akan diselarikan  dengan Sistem Laporan Kewangan Antarabangsa  [International Financial Reporting System (IFRS)] apabila Standad Perkaunan Antarabangsa  41 bagi Pertanian [International Accounting Standard 41 - Agruculture (IAS 41)] akan  dilaksanakan pada awal tahun 2012. Tujuan pelaksanaan  IAS 41 ialah untuk mengadakan satu amalan perakaunan  yang sama bagi aktiviti pertanian supaya lebeh telus dan boleh dibanding diantara satu dengan lain.

Pada 22 Oktober, 2009, MPOA telah menganjurkan satu bengkel untuk memberi kesedaran mengenai IAS 41 kepada industri perladangan sawit di Malaysia. Sehingga kini, masih terdapat keraguan dikalangan syarikat perladangan sawit di Malaysia terhadap IAS 41, khususnya mengenai implikasi peraturan perakaunan ini terhadap cara pengurusan dan laporan kewangan bagi  perladangan sawit.

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IMPOG- Indonesia and Malaysia Palm Oil Group PDF Print E-mail

Speech  by Dato’ Mamat Salleh, Chief Executive of MPOA at the Meeting of Oil Palm Industry Associations’ Memorandum of Collaboration (IMPOG)  on 3 May,  2010 in Kuching, Sarawak.

Ladies and Gentlemen.

First of all, I would like to congratulate SOPPOA for organising this first meeting in Kuching after the signing of the Oil Palm Industry Associations’ Memorandum of Collaboration (OPIAMOC) last March in Jakarta. I would also like to thank SOPPOA, as the host of this meeting, for giving me the opportunity to present a paper on the challenges faced by the oil palm industry, with special reference to  carbon emission and related issues in RSPO.

In this meeting, we hope to discuss, from the producer’s perspective, the new developments in RSPO with respect to GHG emission, peatlands, supply chain obligations and smallholders’ certification. In fact,  carbon emission and related issues that will be discussed here in the context of RSPO will also have a bearing on the  various legislations in the EU and US as well as to GHG emission reduction in the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). It is hope that in this meeting we will be able to coordinate and  agree to a common  position for all the producers with respect to these issues.  We have to work within the agreed position and framework in a strategic way based on scientific findings and the appropriateness of the policy  for the developing countries. 

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Malaysia, Indonesia in united stand to promote palm oil PDF Print E-mail

18/11/2010 (The Star Online), Brussels - In a united stand, the world's top palm oil producers Malaysia and Indonesia have expressed strong intention to undertake more joint activity to promote the commodity's sustainable production image and address the mounting negative publicity among the green NGOs and major importing Western countries.

One such move was the recently-concluded two-day Joint Malaysia-Indonesia Ministerial Mission to the European Union (EU) which started on Monday with the aim of addressing concerns on the EU Renewable Energy Directive (RED) set to be implemented by Dec 5.

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