Indonesia introduces land-use laws to encourage rice

07/15/2008 | Christian Science Monitor, The

Indonesia's legislature is considering revisions to its land-use laws in order to encourage the growth of rice paddies on several eastern islands in hopes of supplementing the shrinking rice paddies on Java. High production and labor costs and the lure of factory work have dissuaded rice farmers from planting paddies, which has contributed to lower overall profitability.

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