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25051. 05/01/2005
   
12/31/2004 BUSINESS TIMES (MALAYSIA) - SURIA Capital Holdings Bhd, whichacquired seven ports in Sabah from the state government in September, isbuying RM70 million worth of new handling equipment to beef up its portfacilities.
25052. 05/01/2005
   
[Business India]: Mumbai, Jan 4 - Prices of edible oils declined sharplyon the oils and oilseeds market here today due to poor offtake in the faceof fresh arrival.
25053. 05/01/2005
   
12/28/2004 BUSINESS TIMES - A NEW ruling on the labelling of foodproducts, scheduled to take effect on January 1 2006, may have promptedstrong purchases of Malaysian palm oil by the US in recent months.
25054. 24/12/2004
   
23/12/04 (Dow Jones)--Concerns rising CPO stocks in Indonesia may triggerheavy exports by producers there to Malaysia appear overdone, says traderin Singapore. Adds current Indonesian CPO export prices at $370/ton; afteradding freight charges, more expensive for Malaysian refiners to importraw material from Indonesia than to buy locally; therefore, no immediatelikelihood of influx of Indonesian CPO into Malaysia.
25055. 24/12/2004
   
(Dow Jones)--Despite lower-than-usual rainfall, analysts still expectingBrazil's center-west to produce 30 million-32 million tons of soybeans incurrent season (up from 24.6 million last year); that suggests Brazil'spotential record crop this season still on track, which ultimately pointto bearish year ahead for edible oil prices.
25056. 24/12/2004
   
23/12/04 (Dow Jones)--China domestic RBD palm olein market likely to stayunder pressure for awhile as stocks still rising, says Shanghai Pansun.Stocks at major ports swelled to around 230,000 tons this week amid weakdemand due to cold weather. Olein prices in China quoted aroundCNY4,450-CNY4,500 in most ports. Continued increase in stocks likely tokeep domestic prices under pressure, which in turn would limit Chineseimporters' fresh purchases from Malaysia, Indonesia, traders say.
25057. 24/12/2004
   
Friday December 24, 2004 - TRADE unions are the ones which object the mostto any relocation of industries or businesses to another country as thiswould mean job losses for the locals.
25058. 23/12/2004
   
12/22/04 - Indian palm oil industry is against any cut in import duty onthe commodity and has sought 'plantation crop' status for oil palmcultivations in the country, a senior industry official said Wednesday. Hesaid an impetus to domestic oil palm cultivation will help meet shortfalland reduce foreign exchange outflow for imports.
25059. 23/12/2004
   
KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 22 (Reuters) - Malaysia's palm oil output inDecember is expected to touch 1.2 million tonnes, crop forecaster PALMISManagement Sdn Bhd said on Wednesday.Production in November officially stood at 1.26 million tonnes.PALMIS's figures, compiled by independent market analyst Ivan Wong,forecast December palm oil exports at 965,000-970,000 tonnes.Exports in November officially stood at 1.10 million tonnes.Wong put end-December stocks of palm oil at 1.525 million to 1.535million tonnes, against the official 1.41 million seen at end-November.Reuters will publish on Thursday details of Wong's estimates on palmoil supply and demand for December.
25060. 23/12/2004
   
22/12/04 (Dow Jones)--Palm oil price discount to soyoil widening,suggesting downside for palm oil prices likely limited at least in nearterm, traders say. RBD palm olein now offered around $400.00-$402.50/ton,about $100-$120 cheaper than rival soyoil; wide price differential mayencourage consumer buying.
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