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April 27, 2014
An Indonesian worker pushes a cart of palm oil fruits at Felda Bukit Cerakah in the district of Klang,...
Klang, Malaysia
An Indonesian worker pushes a cart of palm oil fruits at Felda Bukit Cerakah in the district of Klang,...
An Indonesian worker pushes a cart of palm oil fruits at Felda Bukit Cerakah in the district of Klang, outside Kuala Lumpur April 16, 2014. A slump in the number of Indonesian workers applying for jobs in Malaysia's palm oil sector is worsening a labour crunch that industry players say is taking a heavy toll on the export earnings of the world's second-largest grower of the edible oil. The two countries account for about 85 percent of the global output of palm oil - used in foods ranging from margarines and biscuits to instant noodles - and Indonesia's booming economy also poses a longer-term threat to its own palm oil output as urbanisation drains rural workers. Picture taken April 16, 2014. REUTERS/Samsul Said (MALAYSIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS COMMODITIES EMPLOYMENT)
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