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11. 23/11/2020
   
SYDNEY, Nov 23 (Reuters) - U.S. soybeans rose more than 1% on Monday to hit their highest since mid-2016 as dry weather in key South American crop areas stoked concerns about global production.
12. 23/11/2020
   
Stakeholders in the agricultural sector have said that Nigeria is currently spending about $500 million importing oil palm annually.
13. 20/11/2020
   
Rising edible oil prices has become a cause of concern for the government. The average prices of all edible oils - groundnut, mustard, vanaspati, soybean, sunflower and palm - have increased, with the spike in the case of palm, soybean and sunflower oils by up to 20-30% in the last one year.
14. 20/11/2020
   
U.S. oil prices slipped on Friday, dropping for a second day as concerns mounted about the hit to demand from the surge in COVID-19 infections forcing new lockdowns, but prices were supported by signs of movement on a stimulus deal in Washington
15. 20/11/2020
   
Japan aims to expand a major regional free trade pact called the CPTPP, Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga said on Friday, potentially catering for China’s and Britain’s interest in joining the deal.
16. 20/11/2020
   
Although it is far from the best outcome in trade liberalisation, the finalisation of the 15-member Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) among economies of Northeast Asia and Southeast Asia, along with Australia and New Zealand, has highlighted and even salvaged Asean's adverse pandemic year.
17. 20/11/2020
   
Okata explained that the volume of oil and fat that Nigeria requires was about three million metric tonnes, but it had been difficult to meet this demand.
18. 20/11/2020
   
Bursa Malaysia rebounded from yesterday’s losses to open slightly higher today, in line with most regional markets, driven by renewed interest due to lower prices, dealers said
19. 20/11/2020
   
Malaysian palm futures reversed early gains on Thursday, retreating from a more than eight-year peak as traders expect a sharp decline in November exports.
20. 20/11/2020
   
Foreign Affairs Minister Retno Marsudi on Thursday’s virtual seminar asserted that Indonesia will continue to fight the palm oil discrimination which she suggests is happening in a number of regions, such as the European market.
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