CPO prices to remain firm this year

PETALING JAYA: A sharp price crash for crude palm oil (CPO) is unlikely to happen in the near term due to the current insufficient supply of global vegetable oils and firm international crude oil prices, say analysts.

This is despite the price of CPO having fallen from its peak of RM8,077 per tonne to RM6,527 per tonne recently.

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