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Malaysian state governments “agree to stop palm oil expansion”

All plantations expected to be certified by the Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil scheme by December 2019.

The state governments of Sabah and Sarawak have agreed to stop expansion of oil palm areas in the country, Malaysian Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok has said.

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