Plantation agriculture: its genesis, management, and role in the Malaysian economy
A survey of 75 rubber plantations in Malaysia was undertaken to show the particular characteristics of the plantation system. A big part of the country's rubber, palm oil and cocoa industry is produced in plantations. The system's features include a bureaucratic management setup, a sizable number of workers and the implementation of scientific farming. The system has been considered by the government which has adopted it as part of its land development strategy.
Publication Name: Agribusiness
Truding through the ever-changing investment tax incentives for distressed communities
The author discusses investment tax incentives, such as enterprise zones, for economically distress communities.
Publication Name: Taxes: The Tax Magazine
Biotech and the changing face of agriculture
130 countries have reached an agreement relating to the trade in genetically engineered products.
Publication Name: Animal Pharm
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