Articles By Regina Koh

23 hours ago | Regina Koh
Following a flurry of buying activity from South Korean importers this week, another major feed making group Korea Feed...
1 Jul 2022 | Regina Koh
Malaysian authorities have issued a letter of reminder to palm oil manufacturers  to resume operations or risk having their...
30 Jun 2022 | Regina Koh
South Korea’s largest feedmaker Nonghyup Feed Inc (NOFI) has issued a buy tender for up to 138,000 mt of optional-origin corn...
29 Jun 2022 | Regina Koh
Taiwanese feed makers MFIG and Flour Millers’ Association (FMA) have picked up corn and wheat purchases in tenders that closed Wednesday, trade sources told Agricensus...
28 Jun 2022 | Regina Koh
Freight rates for palm oil shipments have seen a jump in the last month following the lifting of Indonesia’s export ban, as sellers sought to move cargoes and relieve inventory pressure amid a dearth of vessel supply...
27 Jun 2022 | Regina Koh
Taiwan feed makers MFIG and Flour Millers Association (FMA) have issued buy tenders for corn and wheat respectively to be shipped between August-September, trade sources told Agricensus Monday...
27 Jun 2022 | Regina Koh
The world’s second largest palm oil producer, Malaysia, is expected to receive 17,987 migrant workers from Indonesia for its plantation and manufacturing sectors in the coming one to two months, according to Human Resources Minister Datuk Seri S. Saravanan...
21 Jun 2022 | Regina Koh
Indonesia has lowered its crude palm oil (CPO) reference price for July to $1,615.83/mt, Dr Musdhalifah Machmud, Deputy Minister for Food and Agriculture at the Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs said Tuesday...
16 Jun 2022 | Regina Koh
Chinese soybean crush volumes fell marginally last week to 1.63 million mt as unfavorable margins continued to weigh...
15 Jun 2022 | Regina Koh
Indonesia’s trade surplus in May fell by 61.6% on the month to $2.9 billion, weighed down by a drop in palm oil shipments...
14 Jun 2022 | Regina Koh
Australian farmers’ optimism over high agricultural commodity prices and the prospect of a third consecutive bumper grains harvest has dimmed...
14 Jun 2022 | Regina Koh
India’s palm oil imports for the month of May fell by 10% on the month and 32.2% year on year, as supplies from major provider Indonesia were curtailed......
13 Jun 2022 | Regina Koh, Min Jie Yaw
Indonesia will lower its maximum export tax levy for crude palm oil (CPO) to $200/mt, with the change to take effect June 14 onwards, according to a notice issued today...
10 Jun 2022 | Regina Koh
Malaysia’s end-month palm oil inventory levels for May fell by 7.37% on the month, coming in at 1.52 million mt, according to data released by the Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB) on Friday...
10 Jun 2022 | Regina Koh
Indonesia has raised its maximum export tax rate for crude palm oil (CPO) to $288/mt for when the CPO reference price touches above $1,500/mt, with the change taking effect June 10, according to a regulation released by the Ministry of Finance...
8 Jun 2022 | Min Jie Yaw, Regina Koh
Indonesia has revised its domestic market obligation (DMO) policy by changing the ratio for domestic versus export volumes to 1:5, according to the latest release by the ministry of trade Wednesday evening.
6 Jun 2022 | Regina Koh
Malaysia’s palm oil stock levels as at the end of May are expected to slide, according to advanced industry surveys conducted...
6 Jun 2022 | Regina Koh
The Indonesian government has now issued around 302,000 mt of palm oil export permits since lifting the ban on exports, but...
2 Jun 2022 | Regina Koh
Indonesia has cancelled plans to send 148 workers to Malaysia to work in the country’s palm plantation sector this week due to incorrect documentation...
2 Jun 2022 | Regina Koh
Chinese soybean crush volumes saw a marginal dip last week to 1.88 million mt as unfavourable crush margins limited crushing activity, data from the National Grain and Oil Information Centre (CNGOIC) showed...
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