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1. 25/06/2019
The EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) and the EU-Vietnam Investment Promotion Agreement (EVIPA) will help promote the comprehensive partnership and trade relations between Vietnam and the EU, as heard a seminar held in Brussels on June 24.
2. 25/06/2019
Global attention has understandably been fixed on the US-China trade dispute, with the spotlight occasionally turning to places as far apart as Mexico, Europe and Japan. By comparison, trade relations between China and the rest of Asia have been a sideshow – but maybe not for much longer.
3. 25/06/2019
Over the last year, technology companies were hopeful they might remain at least somewhat shielded from an intensifying bilateral trade war.
4. 25/06/2019
The Australian and New Zealand dollars were on track for a sixth straight session of gains on Tuesday against a U.S. dollar weakened by expectations for an aggressive cut in interest rates by the Federal Reserve next month.
5. 25/06/2019
Palm oil may fall to 1,971 ringgit per tonne, as it has pierced below a support at 2,001 ringgit.
6. 25/06/2019
The outlook for Malaysia’s exports remains uncertain, particularly in the second half of the year, as it heavily depends on how the US-China trade tensions play out.
7. 25/06/2019
The government is next week planning to bring a Cabinet note on fixing fair and remunerative price of 8,000-8,500 rupees per tn on oil palm fresh fruit bunches, a senior government official said today.
8. 25/06/2019
Futures contracts of all components of the edible oil basket edged lower on domestic exchanges today as monsoon current moved into key soybean, the crucial kharif oilseed, growing states, analysts said.
9. 25/06/2019
China Ambassador to Malaysia Bai Tian has confirmed that Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng is scheduled to have an official visit to China with deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail in July.
10. 25/06/2019
Palm oil smallholders play an increasing role in deforestation and peat degradation. To make sustainable palm oil a reality, an industry is searching for ways to steer these farmers towards more responsible practices.
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