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2 Dec
New EU rules set for 2024 call for banning agricultural products from deforested land, which Southeast Asian producers say will subject small farmers to impossible bureaucratic demands.
27 Sep
Malaysia intends to double the quantity of palm oil it exports to China, in an effort to counterbalance the EU's push to cut down on its own imports.
12 Sep
Malaysia has a unique take on positive discrimination. While most affirmative action programs are aimed at promoting opportunities for ethnic and religious minorities, the Malaysian government has implemented a system that favours the country’s majority, Malay Muslims, who account for nearly 70 percent of the population. These policies have proved to be harmful for descendants of minority groups in Malaysia, such as Chinese and Indians.
7 Sep
Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi faced 47 various charges of criminal breach of trust, bribery and money laundering. The court says the dropped charges do not amount to an acquittal.
19 Aug 2023
The European Union's attempts to bolster free speech in parts of Asia have taken another setback following protests from Muslim-majority countries in response to Quran burnings across northern Europe this year.
31 May 2023
While Malaysian officials are investigating the weapons found on the Chinese vessel, Britain has condemned the looting calling it "desecration" of maritime military graves.

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