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51. 29/07/2020
   
Refined Soya Oil futures slipped today as bearish cues from palm oil markets and lack of demand in local futures after recent spurt capped the downside.
52. 29/07/2020
   
Sime Darby Plantation, one of the world’s largest palm oil companies, has withdrawn from the High Carbon Stock Approach (HCSA), a methodology companies use to implement commitments to stop cutting down forests.
53. 29/07/2020
   
Malaysia's exports grew 8.8 percent year on year to 82.87 billion ringgit (about 19.5 billion U.S. dollars), showing signs of recovery from the COVID-19 impact, official data showed Tuesday.
54. 29/07/2020
   
Sime Darby Plantation Bhd (SDP) has been facing rising expenditure in sustainable practices over the years and the trend is unlikely to reverse anytime soon, said its chief sustainability officer (CSO) Prof Dr Simon Lord.
55. 29/07/2020
   
The government will use the slogan “Sawit Anugerah Tuhan” (Palm Oil is God’s Gift) to promote Malaysian palm oil overseas.
56. 28/07/2020
   
Malaysian palm oil futures ended a three-session rally to drop nearly 4% on Monday as traders booked profits and on expectations of higher output.
57. 28/07/2020
   
Labour shortages, bad weather and reduced fertilizer application will hit palm oil production this year, according to the Council of Palm Oil Producing Countries (CPOPC).
58. 28/07/2020
   
Terengganu state government's subsidiary TDM Bhd will continue to prioritise sustainable and profitable growth for both its core segments — plantation and healthcare.
59. 28/07/2020
   
RHB Investment Bank Bhd maintained its “buy” call for Sarawak Oil Palms Bhd, and raised its target price for the company to RM4.20 from RM3.75 on the back of strong expected earnings and a decent valuation.
60. 28/07/2020
   
United Plantations Bhd posted a net profit of RM123.59 million for the second quarter ended June 30, compared with a net profit of RM75.94 million in the previous corresponding quarter on higher contributions from its plantations and refinery segments.
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