Starting from the 'July 2004 package', this study assesses the Indonesian interests in the agricultural negotiations under the WTO Doha Development Agenda. It applies a large-scale economic model of trade and production (GTAP). For Indonesian agriculture, global liberalisation bears positive prospects for vegetable oils and for animal products, and small adverse impacts on the protected rice and sugar sectors. The paper explores several policy instruments, including 'special products' for developing countries, in relation to policy objectives such as self-sufficiency in sugar, and the stabilisation of farm income.
|Place of Publication||Den Haag|
|Number of pages||55|
|Publication status||Published - 2005|
|Name||Rapport / LEI : Domein 6, Beleid|
- agricultural policy
- economic development
- trade liberalization
- farm income
- trade policy
- self sufficiency
- developing countries
Achterbosch, T. J., Hutaburat, B., Syafa'at, N., & van Tongeren, F. W. (2005). Indonesian interests in the agricultural negotiations under the Doha Development Agenda. (Rapport / LEI : Domein 6, Beleid). Den Haag: LEI.