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Malaysian palm oil

Malaysian palm cooking oil launched in Pakistan

June 21, 2014 For the first time, a 100 percent produced and packed Malaysian palm vegetable cooking oil is available in Pakistan. At the product launching ceremony of Century cooking oil, Consul General of Malaysia in Karachi Abu Bakar Mamat stated that the consulate would continue to facilitate the efforts by Malaysian companies to expand the presence of Brand Malaysia in the country. Century cooking oil is a product of Pan Century Edible Oils Sdn. Bhd., an IOI Group owned company.  world…

Malaysian palm oil off one-month high

May 14, 2013 Malaysian palm oil futures eased from a one-month high on Monday as worries about weak exports prompted profit-taking and offset initial gains driven by slowing inventory levels. Edible oil futures got off to a strong start as traders priced in a drop of 11.3 percent in Malaysia's end-April palm oil stocks to 1.93 million tonnes from a month earlier. But lacklustre export demand later weighed down prices. Palm exports slid 18.4 percent to 377,193 tonnes for the first 10…

Palm oil futures up

October 25, 2012: Malaysian palm oil futures inched up on Wednesday as investors bet on increased festival demand for the tropical oil, although prices were locked in a tight range due to lingering concerns over record-high stocks. The upcoming Diwali festival celebrated by major vegetable oil importer India could lead buyers to snap up palm oil, easing a growing stockpile in the world's No 2 producer. In addition, cargo surveyor data showing Malaysia's palm exports grew as much as 17…

Palm oil edges up on demand view, set for weekly gain

By Shoaib-ur-Rehman Siddiqui KUALA LUMPUR, 19 October 2012: Malaysian palm oil futures rose on Friday, with market players confident of a recovery in demand thanks to strong Malaysian exports in the first half of the month and a major festival next month. Friday's light trade was enough to put palm oil on track for a second weekly gain, buoyed by expectations of stronger demand that could ease record stocks. "There are more purchases from India and China - India especially - because…

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