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131. 23/09/2021
Announcing a reduction in the prices of various essential food items, Federal Minister for Finance and Revenue Shaukat Tarin said on Wednesday that despite the highest increase of inflation in a decade worldwide, inflation has declined in the country, owing to balanced policies of the government.
132. 23/09/2021
CBOT December wheat may test a resistance at $7.10-1/2 per bushel, a break above which could lead to a gain into $7.16-1/4 to $7.25-3/4 range.
133. 23/09/2021
Palm oil may bounce moderately into a range of 4,227-4,275 ringgit per tonne, before resuming its fall.
134. 23/09/2021
Malaysian palm oil futures climbed nearly 3% on Wednesday, extending gains for a second consecutive session, led by signs of slowing production and a recovery in rival soyoil prices.
135. 23/09/2021
The Philippines should quickly ratify the Regional Comprehensive Economic Cooperation (RCEP) free trade agreement as it may lose out on massive economic benefits from the deal, several experts said on Wednesday.
136. 23/09/2021
ertifikasi ISPO dan RSPO perlu didorong untuk memastikan produksi sawit berkelanjutan, khususnya pada petani swadaya. Pengajuan kedua jenis sertifikasi ini melewati berbagai proses yang memastikan budidaya sawit dilakukan secara berkelanjutan dari sisi sosial dan lingkungan.
137. 23/09/2021
Tractor convoys trundled thousands of oil palm seedlings to new homes on farms across southeastern India this month, as the world's top importer of edible oil rolls out an ambitious $1.5-billion plan to boost output.
138. 23/09/2021
Indonesia will use existing laws in a jobs creation Bill passed last year to deal with issues around sustainable palm oil production, a senior official said on Wednesday (Sept 22), after a moratorium on new plantation permits recently ended.
139. 22/09/2021
Malaysia’s shipments of palm oil based-oils and fats to the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) may grow up to 75% of the region’s import of the commodity in the next five years from the current 64%, amid population growth and an increase in demand for palm oil for the food and non-food industries.
140. 22/09/2021
To the agri economist’s eye, it’s a numbers game — reduce imports, promote “cheaper” oil, create more agro industry and earn agri dollars; it’s a win-win for all. But what about the small and medium farmer, biodiversity and environment; perhaps our “agri experts” are missing the bigger picture.
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