A senior palm oil trader said prices would likely hover between RM3,200 and RM3,300 per tonne.
“The demand will also be slower, given the upcoming Chinese New Year holiday next month, ” he told Bernama.According to cargo surveyor Societe Generale de Surveillance, Malaysian palm oil products exports for the Jan 1-20 period dropped 43.3% to 572,910 tonnes from 1,010,653 tonnes shipped for Dec 1-20.
Meanwhile, data from another cargo surveyor, Intertek Testing Services also showed that exports of the country’s palm oil products for Jan 1-20 fell 43.1% to 607,900 tonnes from 1,067,670 tonnes for Dec 1-20. — Bernama Read more: The Star »
No cuts, only jabs: Covid-19 vaccinations will not have any jumping of queues, says Health DG
PUTRAJAYA: The Health Ministry has affirmed that there will be no “cutting of queues” in the distribution of the Covid-19 vaccine under the national immunisation programme.