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close this bookConflict over Natural Resources in South-East Asia and the Pacific (UNU, 1990, 256 pages)
close this folder5. Conflict over natural resources in Malaysia: the struggle of small-scale fishermen
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View the document5.1 Introduction
View the document5.2 The 1950s early developments in the Malayan fisheries industry
View the document5.3 The experience with fishing co-operatives, 1957-1965
View the document5.4 A decade of trawling development, 1960-1970
View the document5.5 The poverty eradication programme of the 1970s: new deal for small-scale fishermen?
View the document5.6 Policy developments in the 1980s
View the document5.7 Conclusion
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