Malaysia’s palm oil and food stands to reap potential benefits from Brexit


Crude palm oil being unloaded from tankers

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s food exports, especially palm oil, stands to reap trade opportunities through the changes created by the UK’s departure (Brexit) from the European Union (EU).

Glenreagh Sdn Bhd managing director Nordin Abdullah said there would be increased opportunities for Malaysian companies with the capacity to operate in highly regulated and competitive environments.

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