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CPO futures end lower

Malaysian National News Agency 21 Jun 2021
KUALA LUMPUR, June 21 -- The crude palm oil (CPO) futures contract on Bursa Malaysia Derivatives ended lower today despite positive signals from the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) and Dalian Commodity Exchange ... tonnes from 953,474 tonnes shipped in the same period in May 2021.
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China Has Administered More Than 1 Billion Doses of Its Covid-19 Vaccines

NBCBayArea 21 Jun 2021
China has administered more than a billion doses of its Covid-19 vaccines, a key milestone in the world's largest inoculation drive. More than 100 million doses had been administered in the six days up to and including Saturday ... China has been shipping its vaccines to countries around the world including Brazil, the United Arab Emirates and Malaysia.
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Operating Engineers Local 501 Commends Australian Gaming Regulator's Action on Junkets

The Marshall News Messenger 21 Jun 2021
LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jun 21, 2021-- ... From Macau, the junket model has in recent years spread to other gambling jurisdictions throughout the eastern hemisphere, including the Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam and South Korea, as well as Australia and open seas casino cruise ships ... Bergin Report. ... CONTACT. Jose Soto. 702-622-0846. KEYWORD.
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CPO futures to see profit-taking activities next week

Malaysian National News Agency 20 Jun 2021
KUALA LUMPUR, June 19 -- The crude palm oil (CPO) futures contract on Bursa Malaysia Derivatives is expected to decline next week on profit-taking activities. Interband Group of Companies senior palm oil trader Jim Teh said the stock has remain high in Malaysia and also in Indonesia as the demand is low from other countries.
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Japan counters China by stepping up its vaccine diplomacy

Beijing News 20 Jun 2021
Tokyo , June 20 (ANI) ... Japan shipped COVID-19 vaccine doses to Vietnam on Wednesday after already shipping doses to Taiwan ... The government is preparing to ship doses to Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines and Malaysia as soon as early July, reported the Japan times ... (ANI) ....
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Pakistan offers corn cheaper than India in South-East Asia

Business Line 15 Jun 2021
Last week, Reuters, quoting Singapore-based feed grain traders, reported that Indian exporters have signed deals to ship four lakh tonnes of corn to animal feed producers in Malaysia, Vietnam, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh during this month and July ... China’s huge appetite, strong US sales and Brazil shipping woes have all lifted corn prices this year.
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India must bolster efforts to secure Andaman Sea

Asiatimes 14 Jun 2021
In the same year, the 10th edition of Milan concluded with the Milan Exercise Sea (MILES), which saw participation of 20 ships – including those of Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Singapore, and Thailand – making it the largest multilateral exercise to be conducted in the Andaman Sea.
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Malaysia speaks against Chinese moves in South China Sea in a rare public reaction

The Economic Times 13 Jun 2021
Malaysia also took note of a Chinese coast guard ship 156 kms from its shore, according to the Borneo Post, a local news website. Malaysia drills for natural gas in those waters, which are part of the South China Sea region ... .
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Fresh Covid-19 outbreaks in Asia disrupt global shipping, chip supply chain

Live Mint 11 Jun 2021
An outbreak at one of the world’s busiest ports in southern China has led to global shipping delays, while infections at key points in the semiconductor supply chain in Taiwan and Malaysia are worsening a global chip shortage that has hindered production in the auto and technology industries ... While shipping prices to the U.S.
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Why Malaysia, Normally Calm, Is Upset with China over a Maritime Dispute

Voa News 09 Jun 2021
Days later, a Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency official said a Chinese coast guard ship had been seen 156 kilometers from shore, according to the Borneo Post domestic news website. Malaysia normally keeps quiet or protests out of public view when the militarily stronger China passes ships into waters Kuala Lumpur sees as its own.
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The Risk of Cargo Liquefaction

The Maritime Executive 09 Jun 2021
Cargo liquefaction occurs when dry bulk cargoes with high moisture content start to behave like liquids when the ship is moving ... She departed from Kuantan, Malaysia on ... He is the Partner heading the Shipping, International Trade, Insurance Practice at Azmi & Associates Malaysia.
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India's booming corn exports amid global rally ease supply worries

Business Line 09 Jun 2021
"India has been active with cargoes being shipped to Vietnam and Malaysia," said one of the sources, a Singapore-based trader at an international grains trading company.
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Dubai sets sights on 50% of global trade flows with 'World Logistics Passport'

Gulf News 08 Jun 2021
Dubai. Discover new trade routes ...Second way to do that is reduce time taken ... New routes ... New Delhi remains a key station along trans-Asia air cargo routes and with over one million metric tonnes of goods shipped to over 77 international destinations. Malaysia's Johor Port is another partner, makes Malaysia one of the latest hubs to join the WLP ... .
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Dubai sets sights on 50% of global trade flows with 'World Logistics Passport': DP World official

Gulf News 08 Jun 2021
Dubai. Discover new trade routes ...Second way to do that is reduce time taken ... New routes ... New Delhi remains a key station along trans-Asia air cargo routes and with over one million metric tonnes of goods shipped to over 77 international destinations. Malaysia's Johor Port is another partner, makes Malaysia one of the latest hubs to join the WLP ... .
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French Naval Group says investment in PH hinges on supply contracts

Manila Bulletin 07 Jun 2021
It specializes in military vessels but said that its know-how and technologies its local partners will gain from working with them could be applied to both military and civilian ships ... We have proven experience to develop submarine squadron with Malaysia when we helped them create their own submarine force in the 2000s,” he said.

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