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201. 08/04/2020
The Malaysian Palm Oil Association (MPOA) and the Malaysian Estate Owners Association (MEOA) have called on the Sabah state authorities to allow plantations and mills with no Covid-19 cases in six districts to resume operations.
202. 08/04/2020
Malaysian palm oil futures climbed as much as 3.5% on Tuesday on fears that Malaysia, the world's second biggest producer, would suspend more plantations as it steps up coronavirus containment efforts, while stronger soyabean oil also supported prices
203. 08/04/2020
Malaysian palm oil futures firmed up on Monday, tracking gains in crude oil futures and supported by supply concerns as the world's No.2 producer is expected to discuss a shutdown order on some plantations to curb the spread of the coronavirus
204. 08/04/2020
Palm oil prices are expected to decrease slightly from their current levels over the next three to six months due to the vast destruction in demand wreaked by the Covid-19 pandemic according to Fitch Solutions.
205. 08/04/2020
Palm oil prices are expected to decrease slightly from its current levels over the next three to six months due to fall in demand caused by the Covid-19 pandemic
206. 08/04/2020
FGV Holdings Bhd has appealed against the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO)’s decision to resuspend the certification of its Kilang Sawit Serting mill and as well as all certification processes for currently uncertified mills.
207. 08/04/2020
Malaysian palm oil futures (third month contract), which was ruling as high as 2,450 levels at March end, have dwindled by more than 200 ringgits in first four sessions of April, as coronavirus concerns have overpowered the lower stocks optimism
208. 08/04/2020
He said the federal government has decided to allow activities and operations related to agriculture and fisheries to continue during the movement control order (MCO).
209. 08/04/2020
Importers of pulses, edible oil and seeds have said that they are unable to clear their consignments from the port because duty and tax relief related Statutory Regulatory Orders (SROs) have not been issued yet.
210. 07/04/2020
Palm oil supply and demand are expected to remain tight in the near term as the expected fall in demand amid the Covid-19 crisis will be accompanied by a fall in output, say analysts.
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