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Special featues of agricultural co-operatives in Malaysia


, : Special featues of agricultural co-operatives in Malaysia. Z. ausl. Landw, Frankfurt a.M

As in other developing countries rural co-operatives in Malaysia are developing as a result of central government encouragement rather than spontaneously. Administration in Malaysia is remarkably free of corruption, with officials of the co-operative department acting as sympathetic advisers and not exercising their supervisory powers too strictly even in cases of inefficiency. This has led to some primary societies not repaying government loans.

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