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Malaysia too small to retaliate India's palm oil curb: Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad

Langkawi/IBNS: Malaysia cannot take retaliatory steps to counter India's palm oil curbs, Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has said, media reported.  

Palm oil row: State of relationship with a country considered by private importers, says MEA

New Delhi/IBNS: Malaysia's trade woes may not end any time soon as India today said that its relationship with a country was considered by private entities in their foreign business dealings.

Malaysia to resolve palm oil row with India through diplomatic channels

New Delhi/IBNS: Even as Malaysian President Mahathir Mohamad continues to defend his statement against India on CAA and Kashmir, the southeast Asian nation is looking to use diplomatic channels to pursue India to lift the curbs imposed on import of refined oil, reports said.

Malaysia stares at huge losses after India alters rule on import of refined palm oil

News Delhi/IBNS: India has moved the import of refined palm oil and palm olein from the “free” to “restricted” category with the aim to bar imports from Malaysia after country's 94-year-old Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad's comments on the new citizenship law and Kashmir, reports said.