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RUBBER INDUSTRY

Plans For Rehabilitation Of Estates In Malaya BRITISH GOVERNMENT'S PART British Official Wireless Rec. 11.30 a.m. RUGBY, July 22. Full details of the scheme worked out between the Malayan rubber industry and the United Kingdom Government to organise the rehabilitation of rubber estates in the face of an expected shortage of staff, labour and supplies, are now published, writes an industrial correspondent. A company has been formed, called the Malayan Rubber Estate Owners' Company, which will arrange for fair distribution of goods and services and for their economical use by concentration of productive operations, and will provide for an inspection party to report on the condition of estates. For the purpose of ; the "scheme estate owners are required to organise themselves into groups of not less than 100,000 planted acres. In the first phase after liberation the United Kingdom Government will act as buyer of all rubber available, and it has arranged to set up m Malaya a rubber buying unit.

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RUBBER INDUSTRY, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 172, 23 July 1945

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RUBBER INDUSTRY Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 172, 23 July 1945

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