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KUALA LUMPUR– Palm costs are anticipated to remain strong next year as production will stay constrained due to skyrocketing fertilizer expenses and enduring labor lacks, the Council of Palm Oil Producing Countries (CPOPC) stated on Thursday.

The sector, which is currently dealing with slow yields after farmers lowered fertilizer use in 2018 and 2019, might once again experience lower inputs next year.

CPOPC stated smallholders are anticipated to minimize inputs as costs of nitrogen and phosphate have actually leapt by 50%-80

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