To follow up the implementation of Food Law No.18/2012, the State Secretariat released the Government Regulation No.17/2015 on Food Security and Nutrition on 19 March 2015. Source: the State Secretariat, March 19, 2015 (Research and summarized by Dr. Tahlim Sudaryanto)
On April 12, 2015, the Korea Rural Community Corporation (KRC) announced that it is now working hard to create a comprehensive, state-of-the-art water management system in a bid to become more effectively secure in the management of water resources for agricultural use. It is necessary for...
On March 27, 2015, President Park Geun-hye invited some leaders of the Korean farmers’ groups and industry associations to the Blue House(the Korean presidential office). It is for seeking and discussing the possibility of win-win cooperation between the agricultural sector and the non-...
On March 25, 2015, the Korean Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (MAFRA) and Ministry of Health and Welfare (MHW) announced that government is scheduled to provide new small package 10kg rice to low income one-person household for free every month starting April 1, 2015. It is...
The Ministry of Agriculture (MoA) has officially released the new Strategic Plan of 2015-2019. The document will serve as an umbrela for formulating policy and programs for all work units within MoA and other stakeholders. Sources: Press release of the Ministry of...
A US$ 50/ton of exported CPO will be used to finance palm oil development (CPO Supporting Fund, CSF). The fund will be managed by a special authority which is currently under assessment by the Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs of Indonesia. Source: Press release of the Coordinating...
The current real estate market in Taiwan has turned its spotlight to the farmland sector. Expected superior return encourages more and more speculated investments in farmlands and farmhouses everywhere in Taiwan. Unfortunately, many of so-call ”farmhouses” are actually luxury holiday...
Agriculture and Food Agency will conduct joint inspections on rice products in Taiwan twice a year. The candidate firms will be randomly selected to get inspections in order to ensure food safety and quality for the Taiwanese people. (Research and summarized by Dr. Ming-Hsin Yang)