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MALAYSIA-PALMOIL/
RTX7PJ88
August 14, 2020
A worker unloads palm oil fruit bunches at a factory in Tanjung Karang, Malaysia August 14, 2020. REUTERS/Lim...
Tanjung Karang, Malaysia
A worker unloads palm oil fruit bunches at a factory in Tanjung Karang
A worker unloads palm oil fruit bunches at a factory in Tanjung Karang, Malaysia August 14, 2020. REUTERS/Lim Huey Teng
MALAYSIA-PALMOIL/
RTX7PJ87
August 14, 2020
A worker holds a palm oil fruit bunch at a factory in Tanjung Karang, Malaysia August 14, 2020. REUTERS/Lim...
Tanjung Karang, Malaysia
A worker holds a palm oil fruit bunch at a factory in Tanjung Karang
A worker holds a palm oil fruit bunch at a factory in Tanjung Karang, Malaysia August 14, 2020. REUTERS/Lim Huey Teng
MALAYSIA-PALMOIL/
RTX7PJ7Y
August 14, 2020
A worker arranges palm oil fruit bunches on a truck at a factory in Tanjung Karang, Malaysia August 14,...
Tanjung Karang, Malaysia
A worker arranges palm oil fruit bunches on a truck at a factory in Tanjung Karang
A worker arranges palm oil fruit bunches on a truck at a factory in Tanjung Karang, Malaysia August 14, 2020. REUTERS/Lim Huey Teng
MALAYSIA-PALMOIL/
RTX7PJ7W
August 14, 2020
A worker arranges palm oil fruit bunches at a factory in Tanjung Karang, Malaysia August 14, 2020. REUTERS/Lim...
Tanjung Karang, Malaysia
A worker arranges palm oil fruit bunches at a factory in Tanjung Karang
A worker arranges palm oil fruit bunches at a factory in Tanjung Karang, Malaysia August 14, 2020. REUTERS/Lim Huey Teng
MALAYSIA-PALMOIL/
RTX7PJ7Z
August 14, 2020
A truck unloads palm oil fruit bunches at a factory in Tanjung Karang, Malaysia August 14, 2020. REUTERS/Lim...
Tanjung Karang, Malaysia
A truck unloads palm oil fruit bunches at a factory in Tanjung Karang
A truck unloads palm oil fruit bunches at a factory in Tanjung Karang, Malaysia August 14, 2020. REUTERS/Lim Huey Teng
MALAYSIA-PALMOIL/
RTX7PJ7X
August 14, 2020
A worker arranges palm oil fruit bunches on a truck at a factory in Tanjung Karang, Malaysia August 14,...
Tanjung Karang, Malaysia
A worker arranges palm oil fruit bunches on a truck at a factory in Tanjung Karang
A worker arranges palm oil fruit bunches on a truck at a factory in Tanjung Karang, Malaysia August 14, 2020. REUTERS/Lim Huey Teng
ECONOMY MALAYSIA FARMING
RTR3IGJ
June 01, 2004
A farmer tends to his paddy field in Tanjung Karang, 100Km (60 miles) northwest of the capital Kuala...
Tanjung Karang, Malaysia
TO MATCH FEATURE ECONOMY-MALAYSIA-FARMING.
A farmer tends to his paddy field in Tanjung Karang, 100Km (60 miles) northwest of the capital Kuala Lumpur June 1, 2004. While many farmers saw their income grow just 10 percent in as many years, pay for skilled manufacturing workers rose more than twice as fast in half the time. Like other Asian exporters, Malaysia's agriculture sector slipped to the backburner as the country vied for foreign direct investment in manufacturing-for-exports. For 30 years after Malaysia won independence from British rule in 1957, its main economic drivers were palm oil, rubber and cocoa farming. Picture taken June 1, 2004. TO MATCH FEATURE ECONOMY-MALAYSIA-FARMING REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim
ECONOMY MALAYSIA FARMING
RTR3IGE
June 01, 2004
A Malaysian farmer load their harvest into a lorry in Tanjung Karang, 100Km (60 miles) northwest of the...
Tanjung Karang, Malaysia
TO MATCH FEATURE ECONOMY-MALAYSIA-FARMING.
A Malaysian farmer load their harvest into a lorry in Tanjung Karang, 100Km (60 miles) northwest of the capital Kuala Lumpur June 1,2004. While many farmers saw their income grow just 10 percent in as many years, pay for skilled manufacturing workers rose more than twice as fast in half the time. Like other Asian exporters, Malaysia's agriculture sector slipped to the backburner as the country vied for foreign direct investment in manufacturing-for-exports. For 30 years after Malaysia won independence from British rule in 1957, its main economic drivers were palm oil, rubber and cocoa farming. Picture taken June 1, 2004. TO MATCH FEATURE ECONOMY-MALAYSIA-FARMING REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim
ECONOMY MALAYSIA FARMING
RTR3IG7
June 01, 2004
Malaysian farmers use a machine to harvest their paddy fields in Tanjung Karang,100 kilometres (60 miles)...
Tanjung Karang, Malaysia
TO MATCH FEATURE ECONOMY-MALAYSIA-FARMING.
Malaysian farmers use a machine to harvest their paddy fields in Tanjung Karang,100 kilometres (60 miles) northwest of the capital Kuala Lumpur June 1, 2004. While many farmers saw their income grow just 10 percent in as many years, pay for skilled manufacturing workers rose more than twice as fast in half the time. Like other Asian exporters, Malaysia's agriculture sector slipped to the backburner as the country vied for foreign direct investment in manufacturing-for-exports. For 30 years after Malaysia won independence from British rule in 1957, its main economic drivers were palm oil, rubber and cocoa farming. Picture taken June 1, 2004. TO MATCH FEATURE ECONOMY-MALAYSIA-FARMING REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim
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