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MUMBAI: India is likely to receive below-normal monsoon rains in 2018, a private weather forecaster said on Wednesday, raising concerns over farm output and economic growth in Asia's third-biggest economy, where half the farmland lacks irrigation
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PUTRAJAYA: The Government’s Monsoon Season Aid (BMT) of RM200 per month in November 2017 to January 2018 has benefitted 440,000 small farmers and rubber tappers, according to Plantation Industries and Commodities Minister Datuk Seri Mah Siew Keong.
MUMBAI: Sowing of summer-sown crops such as soybean, cotton, corn and pulses has been delayed in India due to the slow progress of monsoon rains in central and western parts of the country, raising concerns over output, industry officials told Reuters
JAKARTA: Malaysian palm oil futures rose on Thursday to snap a three-session losing streak, tracking gains in other vegetable oils and as expectations of lower output in the coming weeks boosted sentiment
MUMBAI: India is staring at a protracted slowdown as coronavirus cases reach its countryside, with signs of recovery in the rural economy hailed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi “at best a mitigating factor”, government officials and analysts said.
NEW DELHI: India's palm oil imports rose by a tenth to 657,750 tonnes in July from a month earlier, data from a leading trade body showed, as buyers boosted shipments to meet a big gap in local supplies amid poor monsoon rains.
NEW DELHI: India's soyoil imports are expected to drop in 2014/15, as the world's top importer is set to harvest a bumper soybean crop aided by a late surge in the monsoon rains, traders said on Friday.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian palm oil futures rose over 1 percent on Wednesday evening, a third straight day of gains, on the back of technical buying and as the market turned bullish on forecasts that the world's top palm importer India is likely to receive below-normal monsoon rains in 2018.
NEW DELHI: India's economy grew 6.1% in the June quarter from a year earlier, roughly in line with forecasts, as government stimulus measures helped spur demand, but a poor monsoon threatens to crimp growth later in the year even as it drives prices higher.