The contents of this document provide a practical assessment of risk within the wider palm oil industry structure and the urgent need for better governance, management and administration to prevent these undesirable activities from continuing and giving rise to greater risk and potential liability. More than anything, the contents of the document seek to draw the attention of stakeholders to the plight of those providing their labour and the unhealthy environment surrounding them and the palm oil industry.

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