Trade and Food Security Implications From the Indonesian Agricultural Experience
by Nicholas Rada
and Anita Regmi
Outlook No. (WRS-10-01) 19 pp, May 2010
This report evaluates the impact of Indonesia’s transition from a food-first focus to an export-oriented development strategy on its agricultural production, productivity growth, consumer food demand, and lifestyle. Shifting production and consumption patterns have led to improving agricultural trade patterns and food security, which in turn have contributed to increased export opportunities for U.S. agricultural suppliers.
Keywords: Indonesia, agricultural productivity, food security
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