The comprehensive study titled mentioned above. The study analyses the prospect of some 10 plantation commodities categorized to prime commodities including rubber, oil palm, coffee, cocoa, coconut, pepper, clove, tobacco, tea and sugar cane.
Over the free trade era, the plantation commodities are Indonesia prime sources of foreign exchange. Therefore, commodities development forces are needed to increase not only for the product quantity, likewise for the product quality, safety, continuity as well as its price competitiveness so as to compete in international market. For instance, the production growth rate of tobacco recorded in the highest level comparing to others plantation, wherein in 2009-2014 increased 11.4% per year from some 176,510 tons in 2009 increased to 261,659 tons in 2014.
In the other hand, clove plantation export is one of the plantation sectors that has a highest level of growth at 16.7% per year from 5,142 tons in 2009 at some US$ 5,586 thousand, and then increased to 9,299 tons in 2014 at amount of US$ 31,339 thousand. Additional, the plantation sector that has a biggest chance to export is oil palm plantation, which is projected to 24.94 million tons in 2015, thus mount to 28.34 million tons in 2019. The others plantation that have export potential are rubber, coconut, tea and coffee plantation respectively.
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