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Indonesia’s Kharisma Sells 12,500 Tons of Palm Oil

June 18, 2012

PT Kharisma Pemasaran Bersama Nusantara, which sells palm oil from Indonesia’s state-owned plantations, sold 12,500 metric tons of the 15,500 tons it offered at an auction in Jakarta.

The following table lists the results of the sale today, based on a faxed statement. The volumes are given in metric tons, while prices are in rupiah per kilogram including a 10 percent value-added tax, unless stated otherwise.

Indonesia is the world’s largest producer of palm oil.

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Buyer                       Volume Commodity Price Terms
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PT Musim Mas                 1,500    CPO    7,906 Ex-factory
                                                   Medan
PT Berlian E. S. T.          1,000    CPO    7,906 Ex-factory
                                                   Belawan/Medan
PT Multimas Nabati Asahan    2,000    CPO    7,906 FOB Belawan
PT Multimas Nabati Asahan    1,000    CPO    7,906 Ex-factory
                                                   Belawan/Medan
PT Wilmar Nabati Indonesia   3,000    CPO    7,906 FOB Dumai
PT Wilmar Nabati Indonesia   1,000    CPO    7,829 FOB Siak
PT Sinar Alam Permai         1,000    CPO    7,756 Ex-factory
                                                   Palembang
PT Wilmar Nabati Indonesia   1,000    CPO    7,746 Ex-factory
                                                   Talang Duku
Karya Indah Alam Sejahtera   1,000    CPO    7,581 FOB Trisakti
================================================================
CPO: Crude Palm Oil FOB: Free-on-Board

To contact the reporter on this story: Eko Listiyorini in Jakarta at elistiyorini@bloomberg.net

To contact the editor responsible for this story: James Poole at jpoole4@bloomberg.net


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