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141. 31/12/2020
   
Local consumers now have to spend more on edible oil as prices are rising in the international market almost every week due to decreased production in exporting countries, weakening of supply chain and stockpiling amid the pandemic.
142. 31/12/2020
   
Fitch Ratings expects crude palm oil (CPO) prices to decline in 2021 on higher supply and assumes they will average USD560/tonne over the year, despite some upside risk, such as a strong La Nina weather pattern.
143. 31/12/2020
   
144. 31/12/2020
   
Malaysian palm oil futures edged higher for a second day, tracking higher prices of rival vegetable oils on the Dalian Commodity Exchange rose, although the gains were capped due to a stronger ringgit and cheaper U.S. soyoil.
145. 30/12/2020
   
Expects the prices to average at US$560 (RM2,268) per tonne over the year.
146. 30/12/2020
   
The deal, which will come into effect on Jan. 1, aims to support trade between the two countries which was worth more than $25 billion in 2019.
147. 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.
148. 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.
149. 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
150. 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.
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