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High dependency on foreign workers, low-skilled labour and lack of automation are stumbling blocks for Malaysian glove manufacturers to fully resume operations during the lockdown, economists said. Pix by Bloomberg

KUALA LUMPUR: High dependency on foreign workers, low-skilled labour and lack of automation are stumbling blocks for Malaysian glove manufacturers to fully resume operations during the lockdown, economists said.

They said it was vital to ensure glove producers in Malaysia, the world's biggest glove exporter, resume operation at 100 per cent capacity as soon as possible to avoid relocation of export orders to competing countries such as China and Vietnam.


"MRC also will deliver critical initiatives to future-proof the industry and move the rubber sector and country up the global value chain" - Nurul Islam Mohamed Yusoff, CEO Of Malaysia Rubber Council


Malaysian Rubber Council (MRC) — previously known as Malaysian Rubber Export Promotion Council — is in the sweet spot to showcase Malaysian rubber products to the world.
Incorporated on April 14, 2000, MRC is governed by a Board of Trustees appointed by the Minister of Plantation Industries and Commodities and is tasked with undertaking market promotion of quality Malaysian rubber and rubber products in world markets.

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