Dekel Agri-vision strong first half for the palm oil business (Interview)

Dekel Agri-vision plc (LON:DKL) CEO Lincoln Moore joins DirectorsTalk to discuss its half year production update for the period ending 30th June 2021. Lincoln talks us through the key points, explains what drove a significant CPO price increase in June, shares his view on palm oil prices, how the company is tracking against Arden 2021/22 numbers and what else investors can expect over the next month or two.

Dekel Agri-vision is a diversifying agri business based in Cote d’Voire and already operates one of West Africa’s largest palm oil mills in collaboration with 1,000’s of small farmers.

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