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141. 26/06/2019
   
The government of Malaysia has decided to keep its export duty on crude palm oil unchanged at 0% for another month, until the end of July 2019.
142. 26/06/2019
   
The palm oil industry in Malaysia is a very important sector as it plays a strong part in the economy.
143. 26/06/2019
   
As the ASEAN chair this year, Thailand hopes to promote the construction and development of the ASEAN community and to seek the sustainable development of relations with major dialogue partners outside ASEAN.
144. 26/06/2019
   
Monsoon rains have covered most parts of cane, cotton, and soybean fields in western India and some parts of rice-sowing areas in central and northern India, the country’s weather office said on Tuesday.
145. 26/06/2019
   
Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok does not understand the financial concerns of oil palm plantation smallholders in her insistence that that they should apply for the Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil (MSPO) certification, says MCA deputy president Datuk Dr Mah Hang Soon.
146. 26/06/2019
   
he National Economic and Industry Committee (KEIN) has called for the immediate use of 50 percent blended biodiesel, which would help reduce gas and oil imports and increase the use of local palm oil.
147. 25/06/2019
   
The EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) and the EU-Vietnam Investment Promotion Agreement (EVIPA) will help promote the comprehensive partnership and trade relations between Vietnam and the EU, as heard a seminar held in Brussels on June 24.
148. 25/06/2019
   
Global attention has understandably been fixed on the US-China trade dispute, with the spotlight occasionally turning to places as far apart as Mexico, Europe and Japan. By comparison, trade relations between China and the rest of Asia have been a sideshow – but maybe not for much longer.
149. 25/06/2019
   
Over the last year, technology companies were hopeful they might remain at least somewhat shielded from an intensifying bilateral trade war.
150. 25/06/2019
   
The Australian and New Zealand dollars were on track for a sixth straight session of gains on Tuesday against a U.S. dollar weakened by expectations for an aggressive cut in interest rates by the Federal Reserve next month.
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