New ways to regulate palm oil price


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  • Monday, 04 Feb 2019

MALAYSIA’S total exports in 2018 was expanding by 6.7% to reach a value of RM998.01bil, compared with RM934.92bil in 2017. The growth was largely due to the electrical and electronic sectors which contributed 38.2%, or RM380.81bil, rising by 11% in 2018.

Manufactured products also contributed to the growth in exports for 2018, such as chemicals and nonmetallic minerals products, which grew by 22.5% and 21% respectively.

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