Palm oil stalemate: who is responsible?

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Palm oil stalemate: who is responsible?

Summary
 Palm oil is a plant with various uses in human life (such as: tooth paste, Moisturizer and biodiesel).
 Malaysia is one of the largest producers and exporters of palm oil.
 Gajah Berang Oil Palm Estate is one of the largest multinational palm oil conglomerates whose managers offer a balance between efficiency and employee satisfaction.
 The company has multicultural employee since its workers from Sri Lanka, Indonesia, India and Bangladesh.
 Melaka Palm Oil project presented one of the biggest ventures for the firm.
 To enhance the balance between efficiency of the firms operations and employee satisfaction the company employed Abdul Aziz as the estate manager. Abdul Aziz shared common mother tongue with people of Malaysia thus making him to have a similar culture with the people of Malaysia.
 Hearing Abdul Aziz (Indonesian) was an advantage to the company since:
 His ability to control the operations of the company within the region since he possessed the shared culture with the people of Malaysia.
 He enhanced social responsibility by involving the people of the region to company affairs through hiring them
 Abdul Aziz used various leadership and communication skills to encourage employees to work effectively in the company.
 During the course of Abdul Aziz leadership, the workers went on strike asking for clean water and tank covers. He wanted to settle the issue but the Lee Peng who was his superior argued that this could compromise Abdul Aziz as a profession and as a result he looked for his replacement.

1. Describe Malaysian cultural attributes and how they might affect the operations of a multinational palm oil conglomerate doing business within Malaysia.
Malaysia has diverse culture following different ethnic groups. Some of the cultural attributes of the people include beliefs, language, politics, and religion. This attributes would affect the operation of the

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