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131. 27/06/2019
   
Palm oil futures slid on Tuesday, logging a fourth consecutive session of declines, as lacklustre export data and softer soyoil prices kept a lid on sentiment.
132. 27/06/2019
   
An oil palm company here is developing several machines that are capable to overcome the shortage of manpower in the industry.
133. 27/06/2019
   
Palm oil may fall to RM1,929 as it has broken a support at RM1,971 per tonne.
134. 26/06/2019
   
Malaysian palm oil futures slid on Tuesday, logging a fourth consecutive session of declines, as lacklustre export data and softer soyoil prices kept a lid on sentiment.
135. 26/06/2019
   
After the retreat, Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha taking over ASEAN alternate chairmanship held a press conference which highlighted the outcomes of the 34th ASEAN Summit, statements, future tasks, challenges and bilateral agreements between countries.
136. 26/06/2019
   
he United States hopes to re-launch trade talks with China after President Donald Trump and President Xi Jinping meet in Japan on Saturday but Washington will not accept any conditions on tariffs, a senior administration official said on Tuesday.
137. 26/06/2019
   
Palm oil is biased to break a support at 1,971 ringgit per tonne, and fall towards 1,929 ringgit.
138. 26/06/2019
   
It is unlikely that Malaysia’s healthy current account surplus position will be threatened in the near future, says Affin Hwang Capital Research head of research and chief economist Alan Tan.
139. 26/06/2019
   
In 2017, China bought 56.9 percent of US soybean exports, almost eight times more than Mexico (7.4 percent), which was followed by Japan (4.5 percent), Indonesia (4.3 percent) and the Netherlands (3.6 percent). US Commerce Department data show soybeans have been one of the top US exports to China in recent years, just behind civilian aircraft and cars.
140. 26/06/2019
   
Singapore's economy is expected to grow at its slowest pace in a decade this year, and some experts are predicting a recession in 2020, as the U.S.-China trade war looks set to hit the export-reliant city-state harder than others in Southeast Asia.
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