Farmers say they can give hiring ex-convicts as farmhands a try to solve their labour shortage, but they do not expect it to work in the long term. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, August 12, 2022.ug环球开户（www.ugbet.us）开放环球UG代理登录网址、会员登录网址、环球UG会员注册、环球UG代理开户申请、环球UG电脑客户端、环球UG手机版下载等业务。
DESPITE grappling with a crippling labour shortage, farmers in the agriculture sector are at odds over a proposal to hire ex-convicts as workers.,
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Fruit farmers, who say they need 20,000 workers to work their orchards, are in favour of the proposal, but the vegetable farmers, who need up to 30,000 workers, are hesitant after having seen their workers, particularly foreign hands, abscond to other sectors.
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