Rubber and the Malaysian Economy
The Malaysian economy. Supply and demand for rubber - an analytical history. The competition between synthetic and natural rubber. Commodity control schemes for rubber. The economic organization of natural rubber production. Natural rubber and Malaysian economic development.
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The Competition Between Synthetic And Natural Rubber
The Economic Organization of Natural Rubber Production
Natural Rubber and Malaysian Economic Development
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