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81. 09/05/2019
   
Malaysian ambassadors and high commissioners have been urged to act as spokespersons and “lobbyists” to fight negative perceptions against palm oil.
82. 09/05/2019
   
Malaysian palm oil futures was in line for a second day of gain on Wednesday, climbing to its highest level in four days in early trade. The benchmark palm oil contract for July delivery on the Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Exchange was last up 0.5 percent at 2,051 ringgit ($494.81) a tonne.
83. 09/05/2019
   
Malaysian palm oil futures fell on Wednesday, pressured by concerns over the Sino-U.S. trade conflict and as the ringgit strengthened.
84. 09/05/2019
   
Malaysian palm stocks are expected to hover around 3 million tonnes for the rest of the year, as improved yields from good weather and new plantings come into fruition this year and exports remain flat, say industry players, whose estimates range between 2.7-3.4 million tonnes.
85. 09/05/2019
   
Ramansamy Amawasi is finding it increasingly difficult to cope with life these days.
86. 09/05/2019
   
Swiss-based Bruno Manser Fund said Putrajaya should focus on cleaning up land clearing and oil palm plantation practices in Sarawak instead of mounting a fight against the European Union (EU) which is implementing curbs on the use of palm oil.
87. 09/05/2019
   
On May 1, 2014, the government declared May Day, or International Workers' Day, as a national holiday. Workers get a day off to march on the streets and fight for their rights.
88. 09/05/2019
   
The prime minister’s special envoy to China, Daim Zainuddin, has denied that the revised East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) contract with China had come with strings attached as part of any quid pro quo arrangement
89. 09/05/2019
   
Do you really know what’s in the food items you buy? While palm oil is heavily relied on today, there is an entire public that is unaware about whether or not their food items actually contain palm oil. The industry has drastic impacts and is unsustainable. There needs to be a call for transparency through clear labeling for food items containing palm oil… and you can help!
90. 09/05/2019
   
Palm oil may gain more to RM2,091 per tonne, as it has cleared a resistance at RM2,034.
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