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Nilai Ekonomi Tanaman Kelapa Sawit (Elaeis guinensis jack) Untuk Rakyat Indonesia

Ulfah, Kiki Ulfiah and Al Hakim, Lukman Al Hakim and Dimas Ilham, Moch Dimas Ilham and Muliyanto, Muhammad Muliyanto and Sri Julianti, Neng Sri Julianti and Arianti, Nina Ariyanti and Ramadhani, Novita Ramadhanti and Puji Astuti, Rahayu Puji Astuti and Nurfaizah, Raicitra Nurfaizah and Giwangkara, Ramdana Giwangkara and Suryani, Ririn Suryani and -, Shodik (2018): Nilai Ekonomi Tanaman Kelapa Sawit (Elaeis guinensis jack) Untuk Rakyat Indonesia.

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Palm oil provides the highest economic income to the country's economy. Based on the results of studies obtained from various sources it can be concluded that the Palm Oil Plant (Elaeis guineensis Jacq.) Originates from Nigeria, West Africa. Oil palm is a superior plantation commodity and Indonesia. Plants whose main products consist of palm oil (CPO) and palm kernel oil (PKO) have high economic value and are one of the biggest contributors to foreign exchange compared to other plantation commodities. Indonesia and Malaysia are major exporters of palm oil, which each have an export of 15.7 and 15.1 million tons. The main importing countries of palm oil are India, China and the European Union, which each import 6.7 million, 6 , 3 million and 4.6 million tons. It is alleged that there is a lack of flexibility in the management of oil palm plantations in particular so that oil palm development needs to prioritize the national economic interests of the Indonesian people. .

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