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61. 09/11/2018
Indonesia has decided not to make any changes to export levies on palm oil, Coordinating Economic Affairs Minister Darmin Nasution said on Thursday.
62. 09/11/2018
TUN Dr Mahathir Mohamad has indicated it is possible for Malaysia to ratify the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partner¬ship (CPTPP) before year-end when the free trade agreement comes into force.
63. 09/11/2018
The weather is favoring China in its trade war with the U.S.
64. 08/11/2018
The U.S. Commerce Department said it would begin a review of antidumping duties it placed last year on biodiesel imported from Argentina, the Argentine Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Wednesday.
65. 08/11/2018
The Rural Development Ministry has ways to help raise the income level of smallholders hit by the low commodity prices of rubber and palm oil, said its minister Datuk Seri Rina Mohd Harun.
66. 08/11/2018
Malaysian palm oil futures dropped to a three-year low on Wednesday in its fifth day of declines in six, on expectations of rising inventory levels and tracking weakness in related edible oils.
67. 08/11/2018
Illinois farmers are dealing with the effects of a retaliatory tariff imposed by China on soybean imports.
68. 08/11/2018
Indonesian President Joko Widodo slapped a three-year moratorium on the issuance of new licenses for oil palm plantations.
69. 08/11/2018
THE Forest Trust (TFT), a global non-governmental organisation focused on transforming supply chains, is of the view that more ambition, innovation and collaboration are vital for Malaysia to achieve industry-wide change for responsible palm oil.
70. 08/11/2018
Palm oil may test a support at RM2,099 per tonne, a break below which could cause a loss to RM2,075.
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