Palm oil, migrant workers, indigenous peoples and corporations: Responses of Malaysia’s Human Rights Commission
Source TitleMelbourne Asia Review
PublisherAsia Institute, University of Melbourne
University of Melbourne Author/sSetiawan, Ken
Document TypeJournal Article
CitationsSetiawan, K. M. P. (2020). Palm oil, migrant workers, indigenous peoples and corporations: Responses of Malaysia’s Human Rights Commission. Melbourne Asia Review, 3, pp.1-6. https://doi.org/10.37839/mar2652-550x3.6.
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Malaysia is the world’s second largest exporter of palm oil, a key component of many packaged foods and cosmetics. Malaysia’s economy is highly dependent on the palm oil industry, which is the country’s top agricultural export. In 2018, the broader agriculture sector contributed over 7% to the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP), with nearly 40% of that coming from the palm oil industry.
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