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Malaysia plantation shares suffer from low palm oil prices, supply glut

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Indonesia and Malaysia have more palm oil than they can handle profitably.   © Reuters

KUALA LUMPUR (NewsRise) -- Despite a recent run-up in palm oil prices from its six-year low in August, shares of palm planters are languishing at multi-month lows as shrinking demand from India and a mammoth stockpile cloud prospects of any sharp gains.

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