Indonesia’s Palm Oil Reserves Seen Slumping to 16-Month Low
A plantation worker uses a harvesting sickle to cut a palm oil fruit bunch from a tree at the IOI Corp. Gomali palm oil estate in Gemas, Johor. (Photographer: Joshua Paul/Bloomberg)

Indonesia’s Palm Oil Reserves Seen Slumping to 16-Month Low

(Bloomberg) -- Palm oil stockpiles in Indonesia, the world’s top grower, will probably plunge to their smallest in 16 months by the end of July as production hits the lowest in more than two years ...
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