Exact word Contain word      |     Advanced Search
News 131 to News 140 of about 30022 news within page 14
131. 30/09/2020
MALAYSIA’S exports returned to contraction of 2.9% year-on-year (YoY) in August 2020 at RM79.14 billion, compared to RM81.41 billion in the same month last year due to weak demand from regional partners despite recording positive growth in two consecutive months.
132. 29/09/2020
PALM oil producers in the country may now have a reason to smile after the government's decision to disburse about 1.4bn/- to Tanzania Agricultural Research Institute (TARI) as budget support to increase production.
133. 29/09/2020
Malaysia on Monday said it will impose strict movement restrictions in four districts in its largest palm oil producing state Sabah after reporting more than 1,000 coronavirus infections there in September.
134. 29/09/2020
Stakeholders in the oil palm industry, at the weekend, sought a review of the Roundtable for Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) National Interpretation (NI) to transform the sector.
135. 29/09/2020
The crude palm oil (CPO) futures contract on Bursa Malaysia Derivatives ended mostly higher today, driven by the impending rainy season which will lead to lower production.
136. 29/09/2020
Fima Corporation Bhd is proposing to buy two pieces of leasehold plantation land measuring 3,237 hectares (ha) in GuaMusang, Kelantan for RM51.5 million.
137. 29/09/2020
Malaysian palm oil futures ended unchanged on Monday as gains stemming from supply concerns after Malaysia said it would impose fresh COVID-19 curbs offset losses from China traders unloading positions ahead of a week-long holiday.
138. 28/09/2020
The coming La Nina weather phenomenon that will bring heavier than usual rainfall may determine the pace of the current upward trend of crude palm oil (CPO) prices.
139. 28/09/2020
We are familiar with rice, oil palm, rubber and durian. Rubber is grown for rubber latex, which finds wide use in thousands of products that have served us all well.
140. 28/09/2020
The Minister of Youth and Sports Development, Mr. Sunday Dare, has partnered the National Directorate of Employment to train 20 youths from Oyo on modern agricultural techniques.
[ first ]    [ prev ]    [9]   [10]   [11]   [12]   [13]    14  [15]   [16]   [17]   [18]   [19]    [ next ]      [ last ]

Malaysian Palm Oil Board ( MPOB ) Lot 6, SS6, Jalan Perbandaran, 47301 Kelana Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan, MALAYSIA.
Tel : 603 - 7802 2800 || Fax : 603 - 7803 3533