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BPKP: Palm Oil Audit Involves Many Stakeholders including Indonesian Police



BPKP: Palm Oil Audit Involves Many Stakeholders including Indonesian Police

InfoSAWIT, JAKARTA – Head of Badan Pengawasan Keuangan dan Pembangunan (BPKP), Muhammad Yusuf Ateh said, BPKP’s audit palm oil plantation companies started from the instruction of Coordinator Minister in Maritime and Investment, Luhut Binsar Panjaitan. The audit should cover the upstream to downstream sectors. This, of course would be massive and involving many stakeholders.

He continued, the audit would collaboratively be done by taking, the Attorney, the representatives of BPKP in 29 provinces, Ministry of Finance (General Directorate of Customs, General Directorate of Tax, and General Directorate of Budget), including Indonesian Police.

“The team would audit the plantations, the mills, crude palm oil (CPO) derivative mills, CPO product distribution, the exports, and the allocation of CPO export citation,” he recently said, as in the official statement to InfoSAWIT.

Meanwhile Panjaitan said, as part of palm oil governance enhancement, President Joko Widodo instructed to get palm oil company audit and should be in better governance.

“From the audit result, we would get the whole description about the governance and improvement to do,” Panjaitan said. (T2)


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