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171. 24/09/2019
   
SINGAPORE: Palm oil may retest a support at 1,933 ringgit per tonne in the fourth quarter, a break below which could cause a fall towards the next support at 1,634 ringgit.
172. 24/09/2019
   
Palm oil was being used as an adulterant to manufacture desi ghee, revealed a report by the state Food Testing Laboratory, Kharar.
173. 24/09/2019
   
Weak laws are allowing oil palm plantations to destroy vast amounts of rainforest, to the detriment of the local Indigenous communities, and the planet, finds an alarming new report from the Human Rights Watch.
174. 23/09/2019
   
JOHOR BARU, Sept 21 — About 51 per cent of the country’s 5.85 million hectares of oil palm land in the country have obtained the Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil (MSPO) certification until August 31 this year.
175. 23/09/2019
   
Tropical forests in Indonesia are on fire. And it’s due to the global demand for palm oil. The fires are now intense enough to disrupt air in Malaysia and Singapore, creating a persistent haze. Reports say that 80% of the fires are from land clearing for palm oil plantations.
176. 23/09/2019
   
Mydin, Malaysia’s largest supermarket chain, has announced plans to de-stock any products promoted as “palm-oil free” in a move aimed at discrediting the environmental movement.
177. 23/09/2019
   
THOUSANDS of Chinese nationals have cancelled their holidays in Malaysia because of the smoke enveloping the country, said the Malaysia Inbound Chinese Association (Mica).
178. 23/09/2019
   
Without access to consumers, biofuels cannot grow. The Indiana Soybean Alliance (ISA) and the Indiana Corn Marketing Council (ICMC) joined Premier Energy and CountryMark to celebrate a new fueling station and convenience store at 1300 Commerce St. in Brownstown, Ind. Premier Energy owns the new station and offers a variety of soybean-based biodiesel and corn-based ethanol blends produced by CountryMark.
179. 23/09/2019
   
SYDNEY, Sept 23 (Reuters) - U.S. soybean futures edged higher on Monday, rebounding from losses of more than 1% in the previous session, though gains were checked by fears of a protracted trade war between Beijing and Washington.
180. 23/09/2019
   
MEDIA narratives influence how the public reacts to news. Coverage of how Indonesian wildfires has created a haze that reached Cebu and Mindanao has focused on the impact on citizens’ health.
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