This document sets out the current underlying framework of law and governance that impose greater accountability and liability on businesses participating in the palm oil industry, those indirectly benefiting and profiting and those providing supporting services as the industry and its participants continue to rely, partly or wholly, on a criminal and unlawful system of labour supply.

Corporate Accountability And Liability in the Malaysian Palm Oil Industry DOWNLOAD

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