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51. 15/03/2019
   
Malaysian palm oil futures fell for a seventh consecutive session on Thursday to a three-month low, as concerns over slowing demand and rising production dragged down the market.q
52. 15/03/2019
   
Fiji and Papua New Guinea have signed a post-Brexit trade deal.
53. 15/03/2019
   
Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) agricultural futures settled mixed on Thursday, with corn and wheat higher amid massive buying
54. 15/03/2019
   
Oil prices were steady on Friday amid support from ongoing supply cuts led by OPEC and U.S. sanctions on Venezuela and Iran, but weighed down by concerns that an economic slowdown will soon start denting growth in fuel demand
55. 15/03/2019
   
Asian stocks made modest gains on Friday, tracking improved global sentiment after UK lawmakers voted to delay Brexit and as a weaker yen supported Japanese shares, but a fresh flare up in U.S.-China trade concerns is expected to cap gains
56. 15/03/2019
   
The UK is on course to delay Brexit and open the door to a radical re-write of the terms of its divorce from the European Union after recoiling from an economically disastrous no-deal split.
57. 15/03/2019
   
Ministry of International Trade and Industry deputy secretary-general of trade Datuk Seri Norazman Ayob concludes that free trade agreements (FTAs) with the European Union (EU) and European Free Trade Association will face challenges, if there is continued discrimination against Malaysian commodities especially palm oil
58. 15/03/2019
   
The Primary Industries Minister ripped apart the European Union's (EU) delegated act on the use of palm oil in biofuels, accusing the process as based on “politics of protectionism”.
59. 15/03/2019
   
The EU’s decision to classify palm oil as “high risk” in proposed legislation on biofuel is based on inaccurate and discriminatory factors, Malaysia’s Primary Industry Minister Teresa Kok says in statement.
60. 15/03/2019
   
The European Union (EU) has taken on board the wishes of over 650,000 Europeans, and a Europe-wide coalition of environmental organisations, and decreed that palm oil is not a green fuel, and should not be promoted due to its undeniable and severe contributions to deforestation
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