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Oil Palm Growers
17 May 2004
The Malaysian Palm Oil Association (MPOA) is the umbrella body for the private growers of plantation tree crops in Malaysia.
The Association has been tasked with the important function of balancing the needs and interests of the various sectors for synergy and development of the plantation industry as a whole. Though a crop specific body that will focus on oil palm, MPOA will also serve the interests of other plantation tree crops such as rubber, cocoa, tea, coconut and bananas, and including non-crop issues relating to land, labour, trade and pricing.
Apart from being the single voice representing member interests to government, various statutory bodies, stakeholders and external parties, its mission is to ensure the growth and sustainability of the Malaysian plantation industry sector as well as providing the relevant support service to members.
More information can be found on our website: www.mpoa.org.my
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