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Malaysia: cut flowers' newest trade competitor

, : Malaysia: cut flowers' newest trade competitor. FloraCulture International 7(2): 28-33

The cut flower industry is a relatively new addition to the traditional production mix in Malaysia. The value of cut flower production almost trebled during the 1988-94 period with exports increasing 12-fold. Domestic demand for cut flowers absorbs less than 25% of production but is growing. Future prospects for the industry are explored.

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