PKINKPerbadanan Kemajuan Iktisad Negeri Kelantan (Malay: Kelantan State Economic Development Corporation; Malaysia)
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To check uneven development, especially kroni-ekanami in PAS' term, it has placed privatization under the control of its two supervisory bodies PKINK and YAKIN.
Through its own agricultural redistribution agency, Kumpulan Pertanian Kelantan Berhad (KPKB), which is a subsidiary of PKINK, PAS has established a system of profit-sharing between government and local farmers, giving the latter direct access to profits from crops, mainly rice.