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201. 10/09/2020
   
Malaysia's labour-reliant palm oil companies are looking to recruit recovering drug addicts and prisoners to solve a severe shortage of migrant foreign workers as the coronavirus pandemic shuts borders and hampers output of the edible oil.
202. 10/09/2020
   
RSPO members in Guatemala and Honduras created groups that, along with other actors, work together under the continuing oversight of RSPO representatives in Latin America.
203. 10/09/2020
   
Representatives that attended the Council of Palm Oil Producing Countries’ (CPOPC) latest forum have stated their support on efforts to establish a global alliance to counter negative campaigns or stigmatisation of palm oil.
204. 10/09/2020
   
Sime Darby Plantation Bhd (SDP) is looking into getting parolees to join the plantation industry due to a major shortage of workers following the COVID-19 pandemic.
205. 09/09/2020
   
Malaysian palm oil futures ended higher on Tuesday, snapping a two-day losing streak and climbing as much as 3%, tracking sharp gains in rival soyabean oil, although concerns over rising September production lingered.
206. 09/09/2020
   
The coronavirus crisis has pushed the Malaysian palm oil industry into a labor crunch so severe that it’s turning to prisoners for help.
207. 09/09/2020
   
Indonesia, the world's largest palm oil producer, plans to revise its palm oil export levy rules to allow higher collection when prices increase, a senior cabinet minister told Reuters, as part of moves to underpin an ambitious biodiesel programme.
208. 09/09/2020
   
Thailand’s cabinet has approved plans to reduce the country’s huge crude palm oil (CPO) stockpile to shore up domestic price.
209. 09/09/2020
   
The crude palm oil (CPO) futures contract on Bursa Malaysia Derivatives ended higher today, tracking the stronger overnight Chicago bean oil market performance due to increased demand from China on fears of rain and floods, said palm oil trader David Ng.
210. 09/09/2020
   
Crude palm oil (CPO) prices have rallied to nearly RM3,000 per tonne from the year-to-date low of RM2,000 per tonne in May, buoyed by lower inventory and higher soybean oil prices.
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