A study of increasing production of basic food crops in Indonesia
The Government of Indonesia is greatly concerned with the need to increase food production especially rice as the preferred staple food. Several policies and programmes, intended to fill the gap between production and consumption, have been attempted. The import of rice caused a heavy drain on the foreign exchange earnings of Indonesia in the 1970s. These policies included intensification programmes in the form of InmaSj Bimas and Insus. The Bimas intensification programme...[Show more]
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