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61. 12/05/2020
   
The combination of a global pandemic and depressed oil prices could be the opportunity for Malaysia to reinvent and diversify its economy, said experts.
62. 12/05/2020
   
Oil prices were down in Asian trade today after big gains last week on signs of a demand revival as some governments ease coronavirus lockdown measures.
63. 08/05/2020
   
KUALA LUMPUR: Fitch Ratings has taken negative rating actions across its coverage of palm-oil producers in Malaysia and Indonesia.
64. 08/05/2020
   
KUALA LUMPUR (May 8): Malaysian palm oil futures climbed 2% on Friday, as traders said Indonesian inventories of the vegetable oil dipped in March, although the contract was set for a sharp weekly loss.
65. 08/05/2020
   
Trade body says government should focus on boosting oilseeds output for self-sufficiency.
66. 08/05/2020
   
PALM oil price has been the lowest in 10 months, dropping 34.19% since the beginning of the year to RM2,038 per tonne on Wednesday.
67. 08/05/2020
   
NEW DELHI – Futures contracts of all components of the domestic edible oil basket rose today on domestic exchanges.
68. 08/05/2020
   
More land in the EU-27 has been planted with oilseeds for the 2020 crop than the previous year due to the expansion in rapeseed and soy areas.
69. 06/05/2020
   
KUALA LUMPUR (May 5): India is seen as having very little choice and could soon turn to Malaysia and start importing back, especially if the COVID-19 pandemic situation in Indonesia gets worse and the country goes into full lockdown as most of the countries are doing at the very moment.
70. 06/05/2020
   
The recent dietary advisory published by the WHO Eastern Mediterranean Regional Office (WHO EMRO) advising people not to consume palm oil during the Covid-19 pandemic stating it contains saturated fats is a terribly misleading advisory which will jeopardise WHO's authoritative standing on health and nutrition in the global community.
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