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Indonesia's palm oil exports shipments were not expected to get underway until details emerge on new rules aimed at securing domestic supplies of the edible oil. (KONTAN/Fransiskus Simbolon)

KONTAN.CO.ID - JAKARTA. Indonesia allowed a resumption of palm oil exports from Monday after a three-week ban. But shipments were not expected to get underway until details emerge on new rules aimed at securing domestic supplies of the edible oil.

The Southeast Asian country, the world's biggest palm oil producer, halted exports of palm oil from April 28 in an attempt to bring down soaring local prices of cooking oil, rattling global edible oil markets already struggling with sunflower oil supply shortages due to the war in Ukraine.

President Joko Widodo announced the lifting of the ban on exports of crude palm oil and some derivative products last week, expressing confidence that bulk cooking oil prices were heading towards a target level of 14.000 rupiah (US$ 0,9546) per litre, even if they were currently higher in some areas.

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