SINGAPORE (Apr 8): Indonesia and Malaysia plans to boost biodiesel mandates for domestic consumption to blunt the impact from unfavourable trade barriers on palm oil.

The higher mandates are expected to absorb a total biodiesel consumption of 8.7 million tonnes this year, up 35% from last.

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