Odd for food-producing Malaysia to be facing shortages, says Abang Jo

3/7/2022 6:16:00 PM

KUALA LUMPUR: It is unusual for Malaysia – a nation that produces food – to experience food shortages, says Tan Sri Abang Johari Tun Openg.

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It is unusual for Malaysia – a nation that produces food – to experience food shortages, says Tan Sri Abang Johari Tun Openg. Read more at

KUALA LUMPUR: It is unusual for Malaysia – a nation that produces food – to experience food shortages, says Tan Sri Abang Johari Tun Openg.

"Malaysia is currently experiencing spillover effects of current geopolitical tensions, which have resulted in inflation and food shortages."In Sarawak, we have brainstormed to model some developed countries such as China or even Thailand to modernise agriculture," he said at the launch of Kenyalang Biris Rice and Carus Creamy White Pepper along with the soft-launching of Sarawak Agrofest 2022 and Nyamai Sarawak Gastronomy Festival 2022.

He added that using technology would enable Sarawak to be a main food producer and subsequently reduce food imports and curb rising foodstuff prices."Once we are the main producer, we will be capable of exporting food which in turn will strengthen our currency," he said.

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This is so true and what I have been talking and asking . Totally agree I don’t believe there was any shortage in the first place all drama created .. all sudden after price all increased supply back to normal really .. government also dunno what to say. .. more interested in mega projects and self cover to stay in power

Kejayaan keluarga kan Exactly. Get to the bottom of it la..

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The Sarawak Premier said that Malaysia is rich with land which should be developed and equipped with the latest technology to produce enough food.The Sarawak Premier said that Malaysia is rich with land which should be developed and equipped with the latest technology to produce enough food.Kota Kinabalu: .The Sarawak Premier said that Malaysia is rich with land which should be developed and equipped with the latest technology to produce enough food.

"Malaysia is currently experiencing spillover effects of current geopolitical tensions, which have resulted in inflation and food shortages. "In Sarawak, we have brainstormed to model some developed countries such as China or even Thailand to modernise agriculture," he said at the launch of Kenyalang Biris Rice and Carus Creamy White Pepper along with the soft-launching of Sarawak Agrofest 2022 and Nyamai Sarawak Gastronomy Festival 2022. "In Sarawak, we have brainstormed to model some developed countries such as China or even Thailand to modernise agriculture," he said at the launch of Kenyalang Biris Rice and Carus Creamy White Pepper along with the soft-launching of Sarawak Agrofest 2022 and Nyamai Sarawak Gastronomy Festival 2022. He added that using technology would enable Sarawak to be a main food producer and subsequently reduce food imports and curb rising foodstuff prices. The whole culture (and history of Borneo) must be exhibited there," Dayak Daily reported him as saying. "Once we are the main producer, we will be capable of exporting food which in turn will strengthen our currency," he said. "Once we are the main producer, we will be capable of exporting food which in turn will strengthen our currency," he said. Abang Johari previously announced that Sarawak aimed to be a net food exporter by 2030. Abang Johari previously announced that Sarawak aimed to be a net food exporter by 2030.

He said Sarawak would open up 1,000 acres of land for agriculture purposes and equip them with the latest 5G technology. He said Sarawak would open up 1,000 acres of land for agriculture purposes and equip them with the latest 5G technology. ADVERTISEMENT * Follow us on Instagram and join our Telegram and/or WhatsApp channel(s) for the latest news you don't want to miss. He said that currently, Sarawak is exporting tilapia fish to Singapore and that the state government was also interested in improving horticulture as the Borneo forest is rich with flora. Article type: free . Article type: free.