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Kuala Lumpur — The coronavirus crisis has pushed the Malaysian palm-oil industry into a labour crunch so severe that it is turning to convicts for help.
Producers of the tropical oil are reaching out to prison departments in search of locals for work in the palm industry that is considered dirty, difficult and dangerous, according to the Malaysian Palm Oil Association, a growers’ group that represents 40% of the palm-planted area in the country...
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