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23 March 2021 12:33
(Sharecast News) - Indonesian palm oil producer MP Evans reported profit of $22.2m (£16.09m) in its final results on Tuesday, up from$7.5m year-on-year.
7 January 2021 13:49
(Sharecast News) - Indonesia-focussed palm oil producer MP Evans updated the market on its crops and production for 2020 on Thursday, reporting a 9% rise in its own crop to 724,300 tonnes of fresh fruit...
24 July 2020 08:48
(Sharecast News) - Oil palm plantation operator MP Evans said on Friday that crop and production figures had continued to rise during the first half of 2020.
5 June 2020 13:30
(Sharecast News) - MP Evans updated the market on its trading on Friday, reporting that the Covid-19 pandemic has had "little effect" on its operations thus far.
9 January 2020 11:35
(Sharecast News) - Indonesia-focussed palm oil company M. P. Evans Group reported a 21% improvement in its total crop of fresh fruit bunches for 2019 on Thursday, to one million tonnes.
17 September 2018 11:21
(Sharecast News) - Indonesian palm oil producer MP Evans on Monday reported that its half-year profits decreased despite a 27% increase in production to 91,900 tonnes.
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