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Rice marketing in the Republik [sic] of Indonesia

Leon A. Mears

Rice marketing in the Republik [sic] of Indonesia

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Published by P.T. Pembangunan in Djakarta .
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  • Indonesia
    • Subjects:
    • Rice -- Indonesia -- Marketing.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementLeon A. Mears.
      LC ClassificationsHD9066.I62 M4
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxxii, 478 p. ;
      Number of Pages478
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL278120M
      LC Control Numbersa 64005122

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Mears; Rice policy in Indonesia / by Soeratno. Indonesia: Revenue in the Rice segment amounts to US$19,m in The market is expected to grow annually by % (CAGR ).

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Keywords: business, certified rice seed, efficiency, strategy 1. Introduction Rice is the staple food for the people of Indonesian.

The population is increasing day by day. To feed the ever. Indonesia Rice Industry Outlook Market Overview. Globally, 90% production of rice is in Asia, and Indonesia is third largest producer of rice and one of the top importers due to use of non-optimal farming techniques by the farmers that result in limited supply of rice, combined with huge rice consumption by massive population, which was kg in We found that rice marketing costs in the Philippines are higher than in Thailand mainly due to higher interest rates in the financial system.

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Rice was the staple food in the Indonesian diet, accounting for more than half of the calories in the average diet, and the source of livelihood for about 20 million households, or about million people, in the late s. Rice cultivation covered a total. The governments of many countries were deeply involved in rice marketing, in some cases handling up to 25 percent of total rice consumption.

This reflects the common belief that it is necessary to control the marketing system in order to ensure that adequate supplies reach consumers at acceptable prices.

RICE CULTIVATION, PROCESSING, AND MARKETING IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY Michael Trinkley, Ph.D. and Sarah Fick Understanding Rice Rice (Oryza spp.) is a member of the grain or grass family (Poaceae).

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As refers to the total rice production, Indonesia ranks the 3rd in the world, but has also been the world’s 7th largest rice importer over the past 5 years – on average requiring over million tons of imports per year. global rice production. In Bangladesh, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam, rice provides 56 to 80 percent of the total calories consumed.

In the tropics, rice is the primary source of human nutrition (See TableAnnex ). With the exception ofFile Size: KB. A MODEL OF RICE MARKETING MARGINS IN INDONESIA ~ Rice marketing involves the transformation of the farmer's har­ vest in time, form, and place. Typically this means storage in a merchant's ware­ house, milling at a rice mill, and transportation from farm to retail consumer.

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Introduction. Rice marketing costs in Southeast Asia have received scant attention in the economics literature, probably due to the difficulty of collecting such data (Hayami et al., ).When such analyses are conducted, it is generally found by economists that rice marketing is relatively efficient in the sense that there are large numbers of participants, barriers to entry are low, product Cited by: Record Global Supplies for Wheat and Rice In the wake of COVID, concerns have emerged over food security.

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The purpose of this study was to investigate rice profitability and marketing in taluka Pano Akil district Sukkur Sindh. This study was based on primary data, which was collected from rice farming in study area.

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Indonesia is the world’s third-largest rice producer and also one of the world’s biggest rice consumers. The country’s rice area expanded from million ha in to million ha inwhich represented 24% of the total agricultural area. Rice yield increased slightly from t/ha in.

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Rainfed rice in the dry season is a very risky endevor, with crop failure or abandonment common. Owing to generally low rainfall and moderate drought in many of Indonesia’s primary rice growing areas, rainfed rice area is expected to decline during the /16 wet season relative to.

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