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KUALA LUMPUR: Labour shortage is more detrimental to both estates and smallholders in Malaysia’s oil palm industry than a global price drop, according to a Khazanah Research Institute (KRI) study.
Failure to comply may result in severe consequences
SINGAPORE: Chicago soybean edged lower yesterday as investors awaited the US government’s forecast on global grain and oilseed production later in the day, with a focus on South American output.
OIL retreated as the dollar strengthened, with the steam coming out of a recent rally, even as President-elect Joe Biden proposed a huge U.S. stimulus package and China’s economic recovery gathered pace.
KUALA LUMPUR: Palm oil futures fell for a second day from the highest level in a decade on worries about delays in biodiesel programmes in top growers Indonesia and Malaysia, although a tight supply outlook capped losses.
SAO PAOLO: The world’s largest sugar trader expects the global market to face two years of shortages, the most “constructive” backdrop since 2016
Strong CPO prices might be a factor in prospective agreements
MUMBAI/NEW DELHI: Indian farmer Shingara Singh has grown grain for 35 years and is one of thousands of protesters against agricultural reforms who have the power to help slash a huge annual bill of $10 billion for imports of vegetable oils