TDM seeks to shed laggard image

Workers harvesting oil palm fruit at a plantation in Chemor, Ipoh

Following the rally in palm oil prices, counters related to the industry on Bursa Malaysia have risen over the past weeks.

In less than eight weeks, the Bursa Malaysia Plantation Index has increased by as much as 17%. Even laggards in the sector have seen their prices going up.

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