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121. 30/10/2019
   
The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) could become the world’s largest free trade zone, comprising 16 countries that account for a third of global gross domestic product and nearly half the world’s population.
122. 29/10/2019
   
The commodities market, especially crude oil and crude palm oil (CPO) has been climbing steadily in the final quarter of 2019.
123. 29/10/2019
   
As Malaysia and the European Union continue engaging in a dispute over the sustainability of palm oil production, the local palm oil market faces another challenge — with its largest buyer and the world’s biggest edible oil importer, India.
124. 29/10/2019
   
Japan’s Nikkei index rose to the highest in more than a year on Tuesday as optimism that the United States and China can scale back their bruising trade war buoyed hopes for higher corporate earnings.
125. 29/10/2019
   
Rather than spending time to develop environmental and social criteria, India could use the existing global norms for imports
126. 29/10/2019
   
World's dominant palm oil producers, Indonesia and Malaysia contribute 87 per cent of the global supply -- creating a duopoly market of the most versatile edible oil.
127. 29/10/2019
   
A court in Indonesia has ordered palm oil company PT Arjuna Utama Sawit to pay the equivalent of $18.6 million in fines and damages for fires on its land in Borneo in 2015, in the latest instance of a zero-tolerance
128. 29/10/2019
   
Oil prices edged lower in quiet trade on Tuesday as concerns about slower economic growth overshadowed signs of a thawing in the trade war between Washington and Beijing, while investors awaited U.S. inventory data.
129. 29/10/2019
   
Trade between Malaysia and China is set for a further growth with the upgrading protocol of China-ASEAN Free Trade Area (CAFTA), especially in agricultural products, predicted Malaysian Agriculture and Agro-based Minister Salahuddin Ayub.
130. 29/10/2019
   
The governments of Indonesia and Morocco have signed four Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) in the industry, maritime and fisheries sectors, for counter-terrorism measures and exchange of financial intelligence data on money laundering and terror funding.
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