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51. 10/09/2019
KUALA LUMPUR:Malaysian palm oil futures pared most of early losses and rose on Friday ahead of a government data release, as polls forecast inventory levels in August falling to an over one-year low.
52. 06/09/2019
Malaysian palm oil futures closed slightly lower on Thursday, having hit their weakest level in two weeks after top edible oil importer India raised the tax on refined palm oil from Malaysia to 50% from 45% for six months.
53. 06/09/2019
Malaysia’s biggest supermarket chain Mydin has removed products labelled palm-oil-free from its stores, its top executive said as part of a campaign by the world’s second-largest producer of the oil to protect the commodity’s image at home and abroad.
54. 06/09/2019
In terms of security, antagonistic Japan-South Korea relations would further polarize the already rivalrous relations in Northeast Asia
55. 06/09/2019
Foreign Minister Marise Payne has urged the Hong Kong government to show a "commitment to negotiation" to end months of protests, as she welcomed its decision to withdraw an extradition bill that mobilised millions of opponents.
56. 06/09/2019
Oil prices were little changed on Thursday as support from a sharp drawdown in U.S. crude inventories was countered by fears of slowing global demand growth amid doubts over resolving the U.S.-China trade feud.
57. 06/09/2019
India and Indonesia last year agreed to set up a special task force to enhance connectivity between the strategic Andaman and Nicobar Islands and provinces in Sumatra Island
58. 06/09/2019
European Union representatives to Indonesia on Thursday challenged a plan to impose duties on European dairy goods in retaliation for the bloc’s duties on palm biodiesel, warning such action would violate World Trade Organization rules
59. 06/09/2019
A Nigerian palm oil expert, John Omale, has said that he disagrees with concerns been spread by the European Union and other global warming advocates that palm oil cultivation was contributing to global deforestation.
60. 06/09/2019
Baring groundnut and palm oil, the majority of oils traded low on weak global cues and physical demand with soya refined being quoted at ₹748-50 for 10 kg, while soy solvent ruled at ₹715-720
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