Indonesia Agriculture

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How can Indonesia make further progress in meeting its food security goals?

As the primary food staple for the vast majority of Indonesians, maintaining a reliable supply of rice remains a social and economic priority for the government as a growing domestic population continues to drive demand. In spite of being one of the world’s leading rice producers, the country has been forced to rely on imports to make up the...

On the cusp of 2014 national elections and the 2015 integration of the ASEAN Economic Community, Indonesia is poised to continue its rapid economic expansion. While the country’s natural resources are still plentiful, by channelling foreign direct investment into the right areas, the government is ensuring that true potential, in terms of value and manufacturing, is achieved.

Chapter | Agriculture from The Report: Indonesia 2014

In 2013 the agriculture sector accounted for 14.4% of total GDP. Food crops represented the largest segment, with more than half of the industry’s value. Tasked with providing sustenance for the country’s nearly 250m citizens while contributing a steady stream of export revenue, the Indonesian agriculture sector remains an indispensable industry with an influence that extends across a broad...
A combination of short- and long-term factors are putting at risk Indonesia’s position as one of the world’s leading coffee producers, while rising domestic demand could eat into stocks available for the profitable export market.

The third-largest contributor to Indonesia’s national economy behind the oil and gas sector and industrial manufacturing, Indonesia’s agricultural sector maintains a crucial role both in supplying the nation’s domestic market as well as providing an attractive supply of exports. As the country’s economy continues to expand and diversify, the...

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