SINGAPORE, June 18 Malaysian palm oil futures
reversed earlier losses on Friday, to rise more than 1%, as it
tracked rival soyoil on the Chicago Board of Trade.
SINGAPORE, June 17 Malaysian palm oil futures
reversed earlier gains to fall 1% on Thursday, as top buyer
India put its import tax cut plans on hold, although a weaker
ringgit limited further losses.
SINGAPORE As Indonesia prepares to ramp up domestic copper smelting, processors elsewhere must look for alternative sources of concentrate, which might cost more, consultancy firm CRU group said on Tuesday.
SINGAPORE Indonesian ride-hailing startup Gojek plans to make every car and motorcycle on its platform an electric vehicle (EV) by 2030 through partnerships with manufacturers and favourable leasing arrangements, co-Chief Executive Kevin Aluwi told Reuters.
JAKARTA Indonesia will no longer permit mining waste to be disposed in the ocean to allay concerns about the environmental impact of processing nickel used in electric vehicle (EV) batteries, a government official and a corporate mining source said.
BEIJING China said on Wednesday it was seeking details about 25 of its nationals who were among 61 crew on two supertankers seized by Indonesia on suspicion of illegally transferring oil.
Top palm oil producers said on Thursday that the industry is making strides towards transparency and sustainability across its supply chain despite campaigns against use of the oil. | Video
SINGAPORE/ JAKARTA Violent protests by hundreds of workers at one of Indonesia's biggest nickel smelters on Sulawesi island operated by PT Virtue Dragon Nickel Industry (PT VDNI) had "paralysed" its activities, the China-backed company said in a statement.
SINGAPORE/JAKARTA Palm oil demand may be restrained next year, as supply shortages triggered by unfavourable weather, infrastructure issues and the COVID-19 pandemic push prices up further, analysts told a virtual palm oil conference on Thursday.
SINGAPORE/JAKARTA, Dec 3 Palm oil demand may be
restrained next year, as supply shortages triggered by
unfavourable weather, infrastructure issues and the COVID-19
pandemic push prices up further, analysts told a virtual palm
oil conference on Thursday.