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IDEAS Seminar: Achieving Food Security - Evaluating the effectiveness of State Trading Enterprises in Malaysia and Indonesia
The issue of food security is of vital concern to many developing countries. One of the most predominant policy instruments that have been employed to achieve stable food sources for growing demands involves centralised state trading through what are called State Trading Enterprises (STEs).
This report brings together insights from two STEs in Southeast Asia, namely BERNAS in Malaysia and BULOG in Indonesia. The purpose of this report is to uncover the effectiveness of state trade as a means of achieving a crucial issue of sustainable economic growth in developing economies. By analysing Malaysia and Indonesia, it aims to build a clearer picture of the nexus between STEs, agricultural and food trade policies, and food security.
Join us as we present the findings of the report. Details as follows:-
Date: 29 Nov 2019
Time: 9.30 - 12.30 pm
Venue: Seminar Room, The Asian International Arbitration Centre, Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin, Kuala Lumpur.
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