AGRICOMMODITY IN THE NEWS & MEDIA 2021


Deputy Minister I Datuk Seri Wee Jeck Seng said, based on discussions with the Indonesian government recently, the ministry found that the republic is still considering sending its migrant workers to Malaysia even though it had previously agreed to do so. — Picture by Shafwan Zaidon

KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 7 — Malaysia is now awaiting consideration from source countries, namely Indonesia, in relation to the mechanism to bring in foreign workers for the oil palm plantation sector, said the Ministry of Plantation Industries and Commodities (MPIC).

Deputy Minister I Datuk Seri Wee Jeck Seng said, based on discussions with the Indonesian government recently, the ministry found that the republic is still considering sending its migrant workers to Malaysia even though it had previously agreed to do so.

SUMBER: STARBIZ, MS 7
7 DISEMBER 2021

 

The nursery for mangrove saplings at the Tanjung Piai National Park. - Filepic

MANGROVE forests are shrinking not only in Malaysia but globally due to unhealthy human activities and unsustainable forest practices.

Universiti Teknologi Malaysia Faculty of Built Environment and Surveying director of landscape architecture Associate Professor Dr Sapura Mohamed said mangroves were mostly found along the west coast of peninsular Malaysia, notably in Johor, Selangor, Kedah and Perak.