Palm-Oil Migrant Workers Tell of Abuses on Malaysian Plantations — Your Oreos, Pop-Tarts, Old Spice Deodorant May Contribute to Human Trafficking

Malaysia’s Global palm-oil industry contributes to human trafficking, rights advocates say

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A worker arranges palm oil fruits at a factory in Dengkil outside Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

The palm-oil plantations of Malaysia have become magnets for refugees from Bangladesh and Myanmar. Many have complained of onerous working conditions and few legal protections. Photo: Syed Zain Al-Mahmood/The Wall Street Journal
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