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23451. 26/03/2004
   
March 22 2004 - SMALL shippers, especially those just entering the exportmarket, are drowning under the weight of escalating maritime freightrates.
23452. 24/03/2004
   
JAKARTA, March 16 Asia Pulse - Indonesia hopes to increase exports ofcrude palm oil (CPO) and derivatives to China from an estimated 500,000tons in 2003 to 600,000 tons this year.
23453. 24/03/2004
   
BENGKULU, Mar 18 Asia Pulse - A Singaporean businessman is scheduled toinvest in the cooking oil industry in North Bengkulu district, Bengkuluprovince, a provincial plantation official said.
23454. 13/03/2004
   
March 8 2004 - GOLDEN Hope Plantations Bhd aims to emulate giant UStrading house Cargill Inc’s success in the global commodities market.
23455. 13/03/2004
   
JAKARTA, March 10 Asia Pulse - The price of crude palm oil (CPO) inJakarta fell in an auction on reports of export plan by Malaysia.
23456. 13/03/2004
   
Thursday March 11, 2004 - THE International Rubber Cooperation, set up byMalaysia, Indonesia and Thailand, has decided to sell rubber at a minimumprice of US$1.10 a kilo in the world market.
23457. 10/03/2004
   
JAKARTA, March 10 Asia Pulse - Indonesia's exports of crude palm oil (CPO)are predicted to rise from 6.5 million tons in 2003 to 7 million tons thisyear.
23458. 10/03/2004
   
Thursday March 4, 2004 - PRIMARY Industries Minister Datuk Seri Dr LimKeng Yaik has again raised the issue of crude palm oil (CPO) being tradedat a high discount of between US$140 and US$150 per tonne versus itsclosest rival, soy oil, despite the current bullishness of the CPO price.
23459. 09/03/2004
   
March 4 2004 - PRICES of crude palm oil (CPO) futures may test the RM2,500a tonne level by middle of this year should soyabean oil supply succumb tounfavourable weather conditions.
23460. 09/03/2004
   
March 5 2004 - MALAYSIA’S crude palm oil (CPO) prices will range betweenRM1,600 and RM2,100 a tonne this year, experts said at aglobally-monitored international conference on the industry in KualaLumpur yesterday.
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