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Table 3 Impact of stoppage of palm oil exports to the European Union against macroeconomic conditions of export, import, trade balance, and terms of trade in Indonesia and some of the World Major Palm

From: Assessing the impact of limiting Indonesian palm oil exports to the European Union

NoCountriesExport (%)Imports (%)Trade Balance (US $ Million)Terms of trade (%)
Sim1Sim2Sim1Sim2Sim1Sim2Sim1Sim2
1Indonesia− 0.128− 0.0641− 0.242− 0.12122.3711.16− 0.0950− 0.0476
2Malaysia0.0060.00260.0140.007− 6.92− 4.890.00470.0022
3Thailand0.0010.00040.0030.001− 1.32− 0.660.00110.0005
4Singapore− 0.001− 0.0003− 0.002− 0.001− 1.75− 0.99− 0.0008− 0.0004
5Colombia0.0010.00060.0010.0010.150.060.00030.0001
6Nigeria− 0.0001− 0.0000− 0.00100.400.18− 0.0003− 0.0001
  1. Description:
  2. SIM1: Scenario in which palm oil exports from Indonesia to the European Union are stopped 100%
  3. SIM2: Scenario in which the export of palm oil from Indonesia to the European Union is stopped 50%