The Sun - 1/21/2021 4:36:00 AM
The subsidy for cooking oil is part of a strategy to reduce the negative impact of palm oil price fluctuations in the world market on
AGRINEWS - 1/20/2021 10:31:00 PM
Grain prices on the final day of 2020 ended on a bullish note seldom seen in the final trading sessions of any year. But in the first week of 2021, the new year, grain prices moved even higher. In fact,
The Sun - 1/19/2021 3:21:00 PM
Palm oil prices are expected to moderate to an average of RM3,050 a tonne this year, compared with an average of RM2,580 in 2020 and
Reuters - 1/7/2021 4:07:00 PM
Palm oil prices are likely to remain high in the first quarter but "fall dramatically" during the second half of the year as palm and oilseed plantings pick up, two leading industry analysts said in a webinar on Thursday.
ProPakistani - 1/19/2021 6:12:00 PM
Federal Minister for Finance and Revenue, Dr. Abdul Hafeez Sheikh, chaired the meeting of the National Price Monitoring Committee (NPMC)
BusinessWorld - 1/10/2021 4:01:00 PM
Palm oil prices are likely to remain high in the first quarter but “fall dramatically” during the second half of the year as palm and oilseed plantings pick up, two leading industry analysts said in a webinar on Thursday.
The Jakarta Post - 1/19/2021 9:23:00 AM
The joint advocacy efforts for palm oil, an ubiquitous commodity used in everything from lipstick and pizza to biodiesel, underscores the increasing regulatory challenges and reputational damage faced by the industry.
moneycontrol.com - 1/10/2021 2:34:00 PM
FMCG players are feeling the pressure to protect their gross margins as they are unlikely to absorb the surging commodity prices of key raw materials like coconut oil, edible oil, and palm oil for long.
Confectionery News - 1/19/2021 2:12:00 AM
The palm oil industry in Malaysia needs to prepare itself for an uncertain year ahead with expected price volatility, production decrease and policy changes in the west, with the government attempting to shift to more value-added products in hopes of providing a boost.
Bloomberg on MSN.com - 1/7/2021 11:29:00 AM
Global food prices reached a six-year high in December and are likely to keep rising into 2021, adding to pressure on household budgets while hunger surges around the world.