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May 29, 2014
A worker weighs a collection of field coagula near a plantation at Bukit Chandang in the district of...
BATANGKALI, Malaysia
A worker weighs a collection of field coagula near a plantation at Bukit Chandang in the district of...
A worker weighs a collection of field coagula near a plantation at Bukit Chandang in the district of Batangkali, outside Kuala Lumpur May 26, 2014. A slump in natural rubber prices to multi-year lows is spurring Southeast Asian farmers to turn to other crops and tappers to look for other jobs, potentially chipping away at a chronic supply overhang. Any crop shift won't lead to a rapid drop in output, say analysts, but along with threats of an El Nino weather pattern could start to halt production growth as tumbling prices take a toll on the region's five million-plus rubber farmers. Picture taken May 26, 2014. REUTERS/Samsul Said (MALAYSIA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
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