Sime Darby executives show locals housing models
Sky FM | 1 November 2011
Workers protest broken promises by foreign palm oil company
By Tetee Gebro
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More than two years ago the government of Liberia signed an agreement with Malaysian oil palm giant Sime Darby. As part of the $800 million dollar deal, Sime Darby pledged to build workers housing and hospitals and send their children to school. In a collaboration between New Narratives and Sky FM, Tetee Gebro visited the plantation to learn that Sime Darby will build when the business takes hold.