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71. 11/08/2017
   
11/08/2017 (Reuters) - Palm oil inventories in Malaysia, the world's No.2 producer of the commodity, jumped to their highest in over a year in July as stronger-than-forecast production outpaced export gains.
72. 11/08/2017
   
11/08/2017 (AgriMoney.com) - Malaysia's palm oil stocks swelled at their fastest in nearly three years, boosted by an unexpectedly large surge in output – but the impact on prices was curtailed by expectations that the production jump will not be repeated.
73. 10/08/2017
   
10/08/2017 (Reuters) - The following factors are likely to influence Malaysian palm oil futures and other vegetable oil markets.
74. 10/08/2017
   
10/08/2017 (Reuters) - The following were Wednesday's Rotterdam vegetable oil prices at 1600 GMT:
75. 10/08/2017
   
10/08/2017 (Reuters) - Malaysian palm oil futures rose to a one-week high in early trade on Wednesday tracking stronger related edible oils, but pared some gains later in the session as the market traded cautiously ahead of the release of industry data.
76. 10/08/2017
   
10/08/2017 (Bernama) - The Federal Land Development Authority (Felda) is an intermediary for the Malaysian government in the acquisition of Indonesian oil palm planter, PT Eagle High Plantations Tbk (EHP).
77. 10/08/2017
   
10/08/2017 (Tempo.co) - PT Astra Argo Lestari plans to expand the export market of palm oil. The Company seeks to anticipate the impact of the negative campaigns of European countries on these commodities.
78. 10/08/2017
   
10/08/2017 (Reuters) - Indian soyoil futures were set to close higher for a second straight session on Tuesday, tracking related oils overseas and rival Malaysian palm.
79. 10/08/2017
   
10/08/2017 (Jakarta Post) - Publicly listed plantation firm PT London Sumatra Indonesia (Lonsum) is upbeat its crude palm oil (CPO) production will increase in the second half of the year on the back of favorable weather patterns.
80. 10/08/2017
   
10/08/2017 (World Grain) - Pakistan continues to increase its purchasing of soybeans with imports expected to reach a record 1.6 million tonnes during 2016-17 and 2 million tonnes during 2017-18, according to a recent Global Agricultural Information Network (GAIN) report from the Foreign Agricultural Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Higher imports are a reflection of a tariff structure that favors soybeans over soymeal and growing demand from Pakistan’s poultry sector.
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