A spit in the face of Free Trade? In retaliation to comments on Kashmir, made by an unapologetic Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad during the 74th United Nations General Assembly, India bans the importing of refined palm oils from Malaysia. […]
Malaysian smallholders protest
Amendments to the EU’s Renewable Energy Directive (RED) are making their way through the legislative process in Brussels. The RED presents a huge issue for Malaysia, specifically for its palm oil exports, because the European Parliament intends to ban palm oil biofuels from 2021 – last year, its Environment […]
The recent invocation of Article 50 by the United Kingdom which signals the start of process of the UK’s departure from the European Union will have far reaching effects on economic and geopolitical realities faced by countries and business entreaties for the foreseeable future.
While it is the democratic […]