Category:General Rubber Planters’ Association on the east Coast of Sumatra

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English: The General Rubber Planters’ Association on the east Coast of Sumatra (Algemene Vereniging van Rubberplanter ter Oostkust van Sumatra, AVROS) was a union of rubber planters setted up in 1910. The AVROS covered about 300 estates of not only Dutch but also American, British, German, and French-Belgian enterprises.

Within the AVROS three organisations took charge of labour immigration: the 1912 established JIB (Java Immigrants Bureau, Java Immigranten Bureau) in Medan, the 1916 established ADEK (General Deli Emigration Bureau, Algemeen Delisch Emigratie Kantoor) handeling Javanese labourers leaving for Surinam and the 1928 established VEDA (Free Emigration of DPV and AVROS, Vrije Emigratie van DPV en AVROS).

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