Labour crunch hits oil palm farmers

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Oil palm farmers, forced to operate with fewer staff, have had to leave fruit bunches rotting in the plantation as inflation and production costs keep rising. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, July 27, 2022.

OVERRIPE oil palm fruits hang untouched in trees while others lie rotting scattered around a plantation as Malaysian farmers reap the bitter harvest of a severe labour shortage.




The country is the world’s second-biggest producer of the edible vegetable oil, which is found in many everyday goods from chocolate to co *** etics.


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