Indonesia

INTRODUCTION Current agricultural development policy is heavily focused on rice, despite the fact that consumer demand is shifting toward high value and nutrition-rich foodS.  In 2010, urban consumers in Indonesia spent 16% of their food budget on rice, 15% on fruit and vegetables, and 22%...
Country: Indonesia Topic: Overview
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INTRODUCTION Indonesia has achieved the first element of the Millenium Development Goal (MDG), halving the number of population under extreme hunger and poverty. The new administration, under the leadership of President Joko Widodo, has prioritized  food and nutrition program under the...
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INTRODUCTION Similar to many other emerging economies, Indonesian agriculture is characterized by a dualistic nature, in which large numbers of smallholder farms accounting for large proportions of total production coexist with a small number of modern large-  scale farms. According to OECD...
Country: Indonesia Topic: Overview
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Introduction In response to global economic environments, improving the competitiveness of agriculture is a major issue.  At the regional context, ASEAN member states including Indonesia are confronted with the implementation of ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) by 31 December 2015.  This...
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ABSTRACT The goal of Indonesian agricultural development is to increase the welfare of farmers and their family shown by their purchasing power and the quality of their livelihood. Agricultural industry in Indonesia is still underdeveloped.  It caused added value and job opportunity not able...
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