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A local indigenous man rides a bike through a dirt trail that runs through a palm oil plantation in Jambi. With the compensation money from palm oil companies, many locals have since bought motorcycles and other items that they feel enhances their lives. Indonesia is the largest producer of palm oil in world, with output estimates of about 23-25 million tonnes in 2012, from an estimated 8.2 million hectares of Indonesia land, mainly in Sumatra, Kalimantan and Sulawesi.