Palm Oil Supply and Demand Outlook Report 2021
The second edition of the Palm Oil Supply and Demand Outlook Conference (POSDOC) series was slated for October 2020, but it had to be cancelled due to the resurgence of the COVID-19 virus infections across the world. Nevertheless, the Council of Palm Oil Producing Countries (CPOPC), via this report, shall recap the palm oil pricing performance throughout 2020 and give its outlook for 2021. This outlook report presents the Council’s prognosis of the supply and demand dynamics for the upcoming year.
Palm Oil Supply and Demand Half Year Review 2020: A Market Outlook
The palm oil Supply Demand half year Review 2020: A Market Outlook is compiled to update the World Palm Oil Outlook Report published by CPOPC in January 2020. The unprecedented outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic has disrupted the global economic, political, social and financial structures. All major commodities have registered significant declines in prices and demands since February this year. This review is timely as demand for palm oil is poised to recover as lockdowns across the globe begin to ease.
The Palm Oil Supply and Demand Outlook Report 2020
The Palm Oil Supply and Demand Outlook Report 2020 is the first palm oil market review by CPOPC. This outlook report presents the Council’s prognosis of the supply and demand dynamics for the upcoming year. As palm oil is a market-driven industry in many producing countries, the review will update the stakeholders to be informed on the palm oil supply, demand, and price in the global market. The objective is to share CPOPC’s perspective on the latest industry forecast and outlooks for the industry to devise a timely strategy and market plan for 2020.