Indonesia Agriculture

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Adverse weather has hit the world’s third largest cocoa producer hard the past two years, first with La Niña bringing copious amounts of rain followed by a dry spell from May to August 2011 and a prolonged infestation of damaging cascular-streak dieback disease. These extremes have put the brakes on production and exports, which had been...

As an archipelago consisting of around17,500 islands and with a coastline of some 81,000 km, Indonesia is uniquely endowed in its access to aquatic natural resources. The Indonesian fisheries industry produced a total of 10.85m tonnes in 2010, up from 9.82m tonnes in 2009 according to data from the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (MMAF)....

Following the well-established path towards rapid economic development, Indonesia has long relied on selling its vast reserves of natural resources. At the same time, more markets have been eager to snap up raw materials such as crude palm oil (CPO), cocoa, rubber and other products to fuel their manufacturing. This trajectory has shown signs of...

How will new export duties on crude palm oil (CPO) and its derivative products affect the industry?

Chapter | Plantations & Agriculture from The Report: Indonesia 2012

Long a major exporter of raw natural resources, including agricultural products, Indonesia is looking to maintain its strengths in this sector while expanding downstream industries to fuel domestic industry. The country imports over 20m tonnes of food annually, but major investment plans are designed to mitigate the need for imports by boosting domestic output. Indonesia’s strengths are...

An archipelago of over 17,500 islands, Indonesia is today the world’s fourth-largest country by population, at 245m. The astonishing diversity of ethnicities and cultures comes together in a democratic framework under the pancasila, or “five principles”: nationalism, humanitarianism, representative democracy, social welfare and monotheism

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