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Demand for palm oil improves with renewed buying from India
KUALA LUMPUR: The Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic has left Malaysia’s palm oil industry without enough workers, a shortage that could cost farmers as much as 25% of their annual production -- a loss worth about US$2.8 billion.
COPENHAGEN: Denmark’s economy will contract less than the European Union (EU) on average this year, after it eased restrictions on movement earlier than many other countries.
(Reuters) - Fans may not be allowed to support their club at stadiums when Denmark's Superliga season resumes amid the COVID-19 pandemic but AGF Aarhus will allow them to be present at Ceres Park to cheer their team on, albeit virtually.
The Korean drama, available on Dimsum Entertainment, outshone 2019's 'Sky Castle' and the recent 'Crash Landing On You'.
Asian Americans, more than any other group, are using digital devices and streaming services for their television viewing, according to a report made public May 18.
DUBAI/LONDON (Reuters) - Armed pirates attacked a British-flagged chemical tanker in the Gulf of Aden on Sunday but were repulsed, the ship's manager Stolt Tankers said.
SEOUL: Smash-hit JTBC drama series "The World of the Married" has wrapped up its 16-episode run, setting a record high with viewership of nearly 28.4% for a cable drama in South Korea, Yonhap News Agency reported.
When the world locked itself down in March, people snapped up pet food like never before. Then another trend emerged that could be more long-lasting: e-commerce sales went up 100%.
LONDON: Frozen fish sticks and canned salmon have made a comeback as the coronavirus crisis keeps people home, forcing a change of tack for the fishing industry that usually turns to restaurants from Paris to New York and Shanghai to serve their fresh seafood.