M’sia unable to cash in on rising palm oil prices


JOHOR BARU: Malaysia is unable to take advantage of the rising prices of crude palm oil due to an acute labour shortage, lament Felda settlers.

It has been an ongoing problem since movement control orders were enforced due to the pandemic some two years ago, said Felda Ulu Tebrau village chief Ab Jalil Sahlan, adding that many foreign workers had packed their bags and left for home.

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