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41. 09/06/2021
   
Local manufacturers adversely impacted by zero import duty from Nepal and Bangladesh under SAFTA Agreement
42. 08/06/2021
   
Malaysian palm oil futures slipped on Tuesday, extending losses for a second session, hurt by weaker crude oil prices and expectations of rising May inventories.
43. 08/06/2021
   
The Malaysian economy is not out of the woods yet, but experts say the country remains supported by solid macroeconomic fundamentals.
44. 08/06/2021
   
In 2020, Indonesia and Malaysia produced 59 per cent and 26 per cent, respectively, of the world’s palm oil. Sometimes referred to as “red gold”, the naturally reddish vegetable oil is widely used in cooking, food processing, cosmetics, chemical production and as a biofuel.
45. 08/06/2021
   
More than 750 Indonesia Sustainable Palm Oil (ISPO) certificates have been issued as of last year, but the vast majority are for private corporations and state-owned plantation company PT Perkebunan Nusantara (PTPN), while smallholders remain largely uncertified.
46. 08/06/2021
   
Cargill, Minneapolis, is building a $200 million palm oil refinery in Lampung, Indonesia, to accelerate its efforts in developing a sustainable palm supply chain and providing verified deforestation-free products
47. 08/06/2021
   
When the mammoth tanker Ever Given blocked the Suez Canal in March, about 360 ships were jammed on the north and south approaches, while some other vessels were rerouted around the tip of Africa.
48. 08/06/2021
   
Only cooking oil sold in polybag packets is capped at a ceiling price by the government, not bottled cooking oil, the domestic trade and consumer affairs ministry said today.
49. 08/06/2021
   
The crude palm oil (CPO) futures contract on Bursa Malaysia Derivatives is forecast to trade with a downside bias ahead of a slew of market-moving data to be released this week.
50. 04/06/2021
   
JAKARTA (June 3): Ongoing negotiations between the European Union and Indonesia on a trade and investment deal should not be hampered by differences over palm oil, the EU's top diplomat said, even as the bloc aims to phase out use of palm oil in fuel.
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