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26661. 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.
26662. 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.
26663. 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.
26664. 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.
26665. 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.
26666. 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.
26667. 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.
26668. 09/03/2004
   
March 5 2004 - INDIA has raised the import duty on the base price ofsoyabean oil from US$643 (US$1 = RM3.80) a tonne to US$710 a tonne, butleft unchanged the base price for palm oil.
26669. 09/03/2004
   
March 4 2004 - PAKISTAN is expected to buy up to 1.4 million tonnes ofpalm oil products, from both Malaysia and Indonesia, in 2004, up 3.2 percent from 3.1 million tonnes last year.
26670. 09/03/2004
   
March 5 2004 - DEMAND for Malaysian palm oil may increase in the nearterm following Indonesia’s higher tariff and China’s larger appetite.
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