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101. 30/12/2020
   
Beijing chose to promote trade with its Asian neighbors through RCEP, even if it meant pain for its domestic industry through a reduction or elimination of tariffs.
102. 30/12/2020
   
The crude palm oil (CPO) futures contract on Bursa Malaysia Derivatives closed marginally higher today in anticipation of lower output and stock, a dealer said.
103. 30/12/2020
   
The firm assumed the prices would average US$560 per tonne over the year, despite some upside risks such as a strong La Nina weather pattern
104. 30/12/2020
   
Malaysia’s trade surplus surged 151.6 per cent year-on-year (y-o-y) to MYR16.82 billion last month, the highest surplus ever recorded for November.
105. 30/12/2020
   
It was recently reported in the newspapers that Nigeria spends five hundred million dollars annually importing palm oil into the country
106. 30/12/2020
   
Malaysian palm oil futures slipped for a second consecutive session on Tuesday, tracking a fall in rival soyoil ahead of talks between Argentina's striking workers and soy byproduct manufacturers that seek to resume normal port operations
107. 30/12/2020
   
The palm oil imports during July-November (2020-21) were recorded at $876.016 million against the imports of $676.977 million during July-November (2019-20), showing increase of 29.40 percent, according to latest data of Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS).
108. 30/12/2020
   
Officials want E20, a mix of 20% ethanol and 80% unleaded gasoline 95, to gradually replace gasohol 91, making gasohol 95 an alternative fuel for drivers, said department chief Nantika Thangsuphanich.
109. 30/12/2020
   
Malaysian palm oil futures reversed early losses on Tuesday, inching up on stronger crude, but gains were capped by weaker rival soyoil ahead of talks between Argentina's striking workers and soy byproduct manufacturers that could resume supply
110. 30/12/2020
   
As global demand for edible oil keeps growing, palm oil has enjoyed unprecedented growth both in consumption and production. Used in everything from chocolate to ice-cream, lipstick to shampoo, palm oil is now the most consumed vegetable oil in the world.
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