Palm oil exports rose 16% y/y during June 1-20.

By bne IntelliNews June 22, 2010
Malaysia's palm oil exports rose 16% y/y to 914.849 metric tons. As reported by Dow Jones Commodities Service, data from cargo surveyor SGS (Malaysia) Bhd showed that the estimated exports stood at 791,971 metric tons during the period May 1-20. Intertek Agri Services, another cargo surveyor, estimated June 1-20 exports at 906,321 metric tons.

Palm oil exports rose 16% y/y during June 1-20.

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