EU's policies to reduce palm oil use are protectionist and 'grossly unfair', says premier.
This comes after news that Dr M’s Pakistan visit recently ran into hiccups on the authorised flight route.
PM notes that the RMAF's existing aircraft are well-serviced and can continue to perform.
Putrajaya is looking to North Africa and the Middle East for new markets.
The prime minister says the country has no plans as yet to buy any type of jets.
PARLIAMENT | Teresa Kok reveals a 10.5pct increase in total exports from the same period last year.
COMMENT | Perhaps 2019 is the right time to demonstrate our love towards the 'tree of life'.
Wan Azizah says they admit EU campaign against the product is negative and unfounded.
Mahathir says Putrajaya has to be more aggressive in fighting the palm biodiesel ban.
LETTER | Has Europe thoroughly researched the effects of its palm oil ban?
Foreign Ministry calls EU's move a 'calculated political act'.
Local use of palm oil products currently stand at 20 percent.
Heads of four bodies call for a freeze in trade talks with Europe until the ban is resolved.
Malaysian Palm Oil Council chief says legal, technical arguments will be presented against EU plan to limit palm oil use.
Board led by Indonesia and Malaysia to challenge proposed directive restricting use of palm oil.
FGV Holdings Bhd harvests a fourth-quarter net loss from a profit in the same period a year ago.
Norwegian trade minister notes Malaysia's effort to develop sustainability standards for the industry.
PM advocates mixed farming to farmers to avoid financial difficulties when crop prices fall.
LETTER | Denial of sustainability issues has been a major obstacle to reform or improve the palm oil industry.
Council of Palm Oil Producing Countries to hold talks in Jakarta next month.
Foreign Minister Saifuddin Abdullah holds meetings with counterparts in Brussels.
Dr M says in letter to Macron that trade relationship depends on mutual respect for each other’s commodities.