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1. 30/06/2022
   
29/03/2022 (The Borneo Post) - The Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB) has urged palm oil mill operators nationwide not to reject fresh fruit bunches (FFB) supplied to them. MPOB said in a statement yesterday that there had been media reports that some palm oil mills rejected the supply of FFB for processing due to the decline in crude palm oil (CPO) prices in the global market.
2. 30/06/2022
   
28/06/2022 (Malaysia Kini) - Some palm oil millers in Malaysia, the world’s second-largest producer, have temporarily halted production following a dramatic plunge in prices of this edible oil, a senior official from a miller's association said on Monday.
3. 30/06/2022
   
28/06/2022 (The Star Online) - Malaysia is determined to foster a cordial engagement with the European Union (EU) in search of a win-win solution that can benefit the palm oil industry at large, although the trade bloc has remained in staunch opposition to palm oil trade since 2003.
4. 30/06/2022
   
29/06/2022 (New Straits Times), Kuala Lumpur - CGS-CIMB Research forecasts an improved earnings prediction for United Malacca Bhd (UMB) for the financial year 2023 (FY23) due to increasing crude palm oil (CPO) prices and Indonesian fresh fruit bunch (FFB) yields.
5. 30/06/2022
   
30/06/2022 (The Edge Markets) - The crude palm oil (CPO) futures contract on Bursa Malaysia Derivatives erased gains over the last two days to close lower on Wednesday (June 29) on concern over weaker export data, a dealer said.
6. 30/06/2022
   
29/06/2022 (The Star Online), Kuala Lumpur - Despite the sharp decline in crude palm oil (CPO) prices over the past three weeks, international palm oil expert Thomas Mielke foresees palm oil prices to rebound in the near term.
7. 30/06/2022
   
29/06/2022 (BNI Online) - The demand for peanuts increased in June of this year, resulting in a price increase across Mon State.
8. 30/06/2022
   
29/06/2022 (Business Recorder), Kuala Lumpur - Malaysian palm oil futures ended lower on Wednesday over expectations of rising production and weaker demand, following an increase in export quotas by top producer Indonesia.
9. 29/06/2022
   
28/06/2022 (Free Malaysia Today), Bangi - The government has urged palm oil millers who have ceased their milling operations due to the fall in edible oil prices to resume operations immediately.
10. 29/06/2022
   
28/06/2022 (Malaysia Kini) - Malaysian authorities on Tuesday called on palm oil millers to resume production and buy oil palm fruits from farmers, after a recent plunge in prices of the edible oil prompted some companies to halt processing.
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