4 edition of RGA history of the plantation industry in the Malay Peninsula found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 621-626) and index.
|Statement||D.J.M. Tate ; commissioned by the Rubber Growers" Association (Malaysia) Berhad.|
|Contributions||Rubber Growers" Association., RGA (Malaysia) Berhad.|
|LC Classifications||HD1471.M34 T38 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 647 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||647|
|LC Control Number||96006167|
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[D J M Tate]. Synopsis Touching on the history of spices, pepper, sugar, tapioca, and particularly, rubber and oil palm, this is a history of the plantation industry in Malaya, from the s to the s.
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British Governance of Malaya 46 5. Slavery and Indentured Labour 63 6. Indian Indentured Labour in Malaya 75 7. Kangany Labour in Malaya 8.Free Online Library: The frustrations of development: British business and the late colonial state in Malaya, by "Journal of Southeast Asian Studies"; Regional focus/area studies British colonies Colonies Economic aspects Economic development Malaysia Imperialism.The new Agency hosted a number of exhibitions in which the Malayan government participated.
Industry fairs and exhibitions boosted trade opportunities in the Malay Peninsula and mainly focused on prospective products besides rubber and tin like pineapples, dammars (also known as dammar gum used in paintings) and palm : Rizwanah Souket, Syed Arabi Idid.