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SINGAPORE (July 15): Palm oil may rise to RM1,966 per tonne, as it could have bottomed around a support at RM1,929. The support is identified as the 86.4% projection level of a downward wave c ... continue reading
JASIN: Malaysian Sustainable Palm Oil (MSPO)-certified palm oil produced is capable of penetrating the Japanese market, especially in view of the upcoming 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, according to Deputy Primary Industries Minister Datuk ... continue reading
KUALA LUMPUR: Crude palm oil (CPO) prices are expected to remain subdued in the coming months because of oversupply, competitive pricing from Indonesia, and projections of higher production in the second half of 2019 ... continue reading
KUALA LUMPUR (July 10): Palm oil inventories in Malaysia fell to their lowest in 11 months at the end of June, the fourth month of declines, as imports and production outpaced exports, according to ... continue reading
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's palm oil stockpiles at the end of June eased 0.97% from the previous month to 2.42 million tonnes, industry regulator the Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB) said on Wednesday. Output in June ... continue reading
MALAYSIA’S palm oil inventory is expected to hit a surplus of three million tonnes this year as production continues to outpace demands from the global and domestic markets, further denting the rise of Malaysia ... continue reading
KUALA LUMPUR: National Association of Smallholders Malaysia (NASH) wants the government's “Love My Palm Oil” programme to be a compulsory feature at all schools. In a statement today, NASH president Datuk Aliasak Ambia ... continue reading
SEPANG: Malaysia palm oil delegation will head to Europe in November to meet the new European commissioners and parliamentarians for a fresh round of lobbying, said Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok. She said her ministry, ... continue reading
SEPANG: Malaysia will continue to intensify its efforts in convincing the world that its palm oil industry is sustainable, says Teresa Kok. The Primary Industries Minister said this was not just limited to engaging with ... continue reading

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