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1. 24/04/2019
   
Malaysian palm oil futures fell to their lowest in a week on Tuesday, their second straight day of losses as concerns persisted over high inventory levels in the world’s second largest producer
2. 24/04/2019
   
One question that Foreign Minister Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah often gets asked by diplomats is what’s different about New Malaysia compared to the “old” Malaysia.
3. 24/04/2019
   
All Malaysians, especially Cabinet ministers and Members of Parliament, should help defend the palm oil industry and hit out at efforts discriminating the commodity when they are abroad, said Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok.
4. 24/04/2019
   
Egypt is keen to revitalise economic ties with Malaysia and hopes to achieve US$1 billion (US$1=RM4.13) in bilateral trade this year.
5. 24/04/2019
   
The Primary Industries Ministry is on a mission to Saudi Arabia to boost and expand the Malaysian agricultural commodity industry.
6. 24/04/2019
   
The country’s oil import bill went up 3.8 per cent year-on-year to $10.6 billion during 9MFY19, from $10.22bn in same period last year, according to data from the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS).
7. 24/04/2019
   
The US government’s sanctions on Iran and rising crude oil prices are likely to push up edible oil prices in the domestic market, analysts said on Monday.
8. 24/04/2019
   
Malaysia is hopeful of getting more “fair” investment from China, its foreign minister said on Tuesday, after both countries agreed to resume two multi-billion dollar projects just before a Belt and Road conference in Beijing this week.
9. 24/04/2019
   
The company, in a filing with Bursa Malaysia today, said net profit in the first quarter ended March 31 fell by about a third to RM66.9mil from RM100mil a year ago
10. 24/04/2019
   
Palm oil giant FGV Holdings Bhd. and the Malaysian pilgrims fund are considering selling plantation assets in Indonesia as the government-linked entities seek to improve their financial position, people with knowledge of the matter said.
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