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Product Oilita rare on the market. The Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan also opened his voice regarding the subsidized cooking oil product.

Luhut emphasized that currently the Food Task Force will take action against those who do the hoarding.

“The Food Task Force will act, that is our order and later if someone is playing around we will close it down,” Luhut said after a coordination meeting at the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy, Wednesday (8/2/2023).

Apart from that, according to Luhut, the government also conducts weekly evaluations regarding Oilita.

Previously, the government and cooking oil producers had agreed on an additional 50% supply to face Eid 2023. This agreement was hammered out at a coordinator’s meeting at his office with relevant ministries and agencies (K/L) and cooking oil producers.

“I held a coordination meeting today with ministries/agencies related to cooking oil producers. We agreed to increase the supply of DMO by cooking oil producers by 50% until we enter the Eid,” Luhut said in a statement on the official Instagram @luhut.pandjaitan, quoted Monday. (6/2/2023).

Currently, the export rights of producers who have fulfilled the domestic market obligation (DMO) are also kept in advance. According to Luhut, the export rights are kept and will be issued if the situation stabilizes, especially the price of cooking oil.

“For entrepreneurs, the government will also increase the export incentives for the Oilita multiplier so that the Oilita supply is maintained,” said Luhut.


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