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71. 10/05/2019
   
Palm oil may retest a resistance at RM2,050 per tonne, a break above which could lead to a gain into the range of RM2,075-RM2,099.
72. 10/05/2019
   
Malaysian palm oil futures fell on Wednesday, pressured by concerns over the Sino-US trade conflict and as the ringgit strengthened.
73. 10/05/2019
   
Futures contracts of most components in the edible oil basket extended gains on domestic exchanges today.
74. 10/05/2019
   
The EU is being called to spend a quarter of its entire budget fighting climate change.
75. 10/05/2019
   
China stated they will take required countermeasures if the US raises tariffs to 25% on 200 billion’s worth of Chinese goods. “The Chinese side deeply regrets that if the US tariff measures are implemented, China will have to take necessary countermeasures,” the ministry said.
76. 10/05/2019
   
Holland & Barrett has said it will no longer buy, sell or produce wet wipes as part of its “Clean and Conscious” pledge amid a sustainability demand.
77. 10/05/2019
   
As Malaysians marked the first anniversary of the historic victory which brought Pakatan Harapan (PH) to rule today, the PH-led government has successfully managed to raise Malaysia's prestige and profile in the international arena.
78. 10/05/2019
   
Consul General of Malaysia, Khairul Nazran ABD Rahman has urged Pakistani business community not to focus only on traditional trade items like textile, palm oil etc, but also to diversify their product range, which may include mango, vegetables and other items.
79. 10/05/2019
   
The Energy Ministry plans to set biodiesel B10 as the fundamental diesel at petrol stations next week, alongside the current biodiesel B7. B7 will have to comply with the Euro 5 standard soon in order to be promoted as a premium-grade diesel. B7 means 7% methyl ester from crude palm oil blended with diesel, while B10 is a 10% blend.
80. 09/05/2019
   
The European Union (EU) and France are not the enemy of palm oil and the market will continue to be open for the crop especially now with the Pakatan Harapan government's credible policies in safeguarding the environment.
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