Chan-Ik Chun

Chan-Ik Chun

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ABSTRACT This article is a translated excerpt of Expanding Farmers’ Income and Farm Management Safety Nets which is the first chapter of Action Plan of Agricultural Policy Task of 2018-2022 Development Plan for Agriculture, Rural Community and Food Industry prepared by Ministry of Agriculture,...
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Chan Ik Chun, Ph. D. Agricultural Economist, Food and Fertilizer Technology Center   The Korean authorities in a desire to ameliorate the disaster losses of affected Korean farm households, have deployed assiduous assistance and disaster relief efforts, to help the farming sector...
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Chan-Ik Chun Agricultural Economist of FFTC   The Japanese government said on November 26 it will terminate the decades-old “gentan (減反)” rice production adjustment system (rice production quota system) as early as fiscal 2018. Japan has begun the policy since 1970. The decision...
Country: Japan Topic: Production policy
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Chan-Ik Chun Agricultural Economist, FFTC   On Nov. 8, the Cabinet of Taiwan government tightened rules governing eligibility for the elderly farmers’ monthly pension in a bid to prevent “pseudo-farmers” cashing in on the welfare system which costs the government NT$50 billion (US$1.7...
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