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81. 07/01/2020
   
The benchmark palm oil contract for March delivery on the BMD closed down 72 ringgit, or 2.3%, at 3,044 ringgit ($742.08).
82. 07/01/2020
   
Edible oil has seen a 20 percent rise in domestic prices in the last one month thanks to their soaring international rates, which will surely take another blow from the escalating crisis in the Middle East
83. 07/01/2020
   
ICE Canadian canola futures closed lower on Friday, with the most-active March contract retreating from a two-month high in sympathy with declines in Malaysian palm oil and US soyaoil futures, traders said.
84. 07/01/2020
   
Pakistan holds a significantly higher ranking on the list of edible oil importing countries (third largest importer of the world), which it shall retain in decades to come due to persistent demographic, agronomic and geographic compulsions.
85. 07/01/2020
   
Trade deficit during first half of the fiscal year 2019/20 shrank 31 percent to $11.64 billion, compared to $16.97 billion in the same period last fiscal, mainly because of a slump in imports, the latest data showed.
86. 07/01/2020
   
Vietnam has fulfilled its long-held dream of becoming a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council (2020-2021) at the same time as the country chairs 10-member Asean.
87. 07/01/2020
   
The Malaysian palm oil industry is bullish on this year’s outlook for the sector amidst flattish production, depleting global vegetable oil inventories and growing demand for the commodity.
88. 07/01/2020
   
The Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB) is organising a Review and Outlook (R&O) Seminar 2020 on Jan 16 to disseminate information on the performance of the palm oil industry in 2019, market prospects and price outlook for this year.
89. 07/01/2020
   
Copra prices will continue to improve at least until the first three months of 2020, but millers are still insisting on the implementation of the increase of Coco Methyl Ester (CME) content on all fuels for the long-term development of the coconut industry.
90. 06/01/2020
   
The plantation sector is off to a good start in 2020 as crude palm oil (CPO) continues to extend its rally from 2019 to trade above RM3,100 per tonne on strong fundamentals
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