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Workers cutting and collecting palm oil fruits in the High Conservation Value Forestry area which has been felled and has become the Sapuri (palm oil) Plantation for 'New Britain Oil Palm Limited', near Kimbe, West New Britain Island, Papua New Guinea, Wednesday 24th September 2008. The men who cut the fruits get paid 0.4 PNG Kina per 'fruit bunch' cut; the women who collect the drop single fruits get paid 120 PNG Kina per fortnight; the men who gather the 'fruit bunches' into the wheelbarrows and take them to roadside get paid 20 PNG Kina per 500 fruit bunches collected.
- Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert / Greenpeace 2008
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- 2008 Papua New Guinea, Oil Palm