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91. 12/03/2020
   
Angola spends US$30 per month importing 10,000 tonnes of palm oil, said on Monday in Ndalatando, Kwanza Norte province, the secretary of state for the economy, Mário Caetano João.
92. 12/03/2020
   
Demand for palm oil products could improve in March and April ahead of Ramadhan and a rapprochement between the new administration in Putrajaya and India.
93. 12/03/2020
   
Deputy Foreign Minister MahendraSiregar stressed that Indonesia could not accept the European Union (EU) energy policy which blamed biofuel from palm oil as a cause of deforestation, describing it as discriminatory.
94. 12/03/2020
   
The sharp drop in oil prices could lead to deferred chemical purchase, as buyers may wait for the decline to trickle downstream, US market participants said on Wednesday.
95. 12/03/2020
   
The Johor state government has launched a stimulus package to help Felda (Federal Land Development Authority) landowners on Malay reserve land.
96. 12/03/2020
   
What comes to a major relief to commuters in Delhi, oil companies have announced a Rs 2.69 and Rs 2.33 cut in petrol and diesel prices per litre.
97. 11/03/2020
   
The Ministry of Plantation Industries and Commodities (MPIC) will explore new palm oil markets to avoid over reliance on traditional markets such as India, China and European Union countries.
98. 11/03/2020
   
Malaysia's palm oil stocks at the end of February fell 4.2% from the previous month as increased domestic consumption exceeded an increase in output, according to data released by industry regulator the Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB) on Tuesday.
99. 11/03/2020
   
The Netherlands supports Indonesia to produce sustainable palm oil as was manifested in a memorandum of understanding inked by the Dutch Government to apply a program to enhance knowledge and technology of Indonesia’s palm farmers.
100. 11/03/2020
   
Researchers are currently working to find, develop and scale the production of possible synthetic replacements for palm oil, but the process could take years.
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