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26121. 16/12/2004
Wednesday December 15, 2004 - PROSPECTS for the plantation sector appearmixed in a scenario of rising palm oil stocks, seasonally low production,and firm outlook for exports and prices.
26122. 16/12/2004
December 14, 2004 MALAYSIAN Palm Oil Board (MPOB) has stressed three mainresearch strategies through technology and new innovations to enhance thepalm oil industry performance at all levels.
26123. 16/12/2004
KUCHING, Dec 14 (Bernama) -- Palm oil is Sarawak's number one agriculturalcommodity export earner, the State Legislative Assembly was told Tuesday.
26124. 13/12/2004
12/10/2004 EFE NEWS SERVICE - Brazilian agricultural exports broke theSouth American nation's record for a year in the first 11 months of 2004,the government reported Wednesday.
26125. 13/12/2004
IPOH, Dec 10 (Bernama) -- The Rural and Regional Development Ministrythrough Felcra and Risda is ready to work with a company from China toproduce paper from the fronds, empty bunches and trunks of oil palm.
26126. 13/12/2004
12/10/2004 EFE NEWS SERVICE- More than 10,000 people have been forced fromtheir homes by flooding in the Argentine province of Chaco, where the"prospects are bleak," officials said Thursday.
26127. 13/12/2004
10/12/04 (Dow Jones)--CPO prices may fall to MYR1,300/ton within nextthree months, United Plantations Bhd Executive Director Martin Bek-Nielsenquoted as saying by Star daily; attributes decline to weaker soyoilprices, slower demand due to rising freight costs. USD weakness, however,one factor providing support to prices. Despite bearish outlook,plantation companies still remain profitable as production costs aboutMYR700/ton. Benchmark CPO futures contract now at MYR1,403.
26128. 10/12/2004
Posted on Wed, Dec. 08, 2004 DOLORES, Uruguay - A soybean boom is sweepingSouth America like a gold rush. Farmers with soy fever are plowing bymoonlight, speculating in jungles and dreaming of digging new canals tocarry their soybeans from the continent's vast and fertile interior toAtlantic and Pacific ports.
26129. 10/12/2004
Friday December 10, 2004 - LOWER soy bean prices may be music to the earsof poultry farming companies that use soy bean-based feed, but forplantation companies, they would mean lower profits as crude palm oil(CPO) prices tend to trend in the same direction.
26130. 10/12/2004
08/12/04 JAKARTA (AFX) - Indonesia and Malaysia, the two world's largestcrude palm oil (CPO) producers, are considering a 'common marketingstrategy' to have better control over international prices, a spokespersonfor the presidential palace here said.Visiting Malaysia Deputy Prime Minister Najib Razak and President SusiloBambang Yudhoyono have agreed that the neighbors should cooperate moretightly to stabilize CPO prices, said spokesperson for foreign affairsDino Pati Djalal.'Some thought has been given as to how both sides can cooperate in acommon marketing strategy so that Malaysia and Indonesia can have bettercontrol over the price crude palm oil on the international market,' Djalaltold reporters.He did not provide details, saying both governments will discuss the ideafurther.Indonesia and Malaysia may have better control CPO prices through jointadjustments of their production and inventory levels.
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