Evolucion del sector palmero en Indonesia, crecimiento sectorial (1848 - 1996)

Jacquemard Jean-Charles, Jannot Claude. 2001. Evolucion del sector palmero en Indonesia, crecimiento sectorial (1848 - 1996). Palmas, 22 (1) : pp. 71-79.

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Titre anglais : The changing oil palm sector in Indonesia, sectorial growth (1848 - 1996)

Abstract : Oil palm developed very gradually in Indonesia from 1848 to 1967, before suddenly gaining speed as a result of the government's deliberate drive to substitute coconut oil for palm oil in the country's diet. The area planted has now reached almost 3 million ha, including 50% privately owned estates. 33% smallholdings and 17% State plantations. Alongside the increase in output, the consumption of cooking oil made from oil has increased to 11 kg per capita, with the domestic market thus absorbing 60% of the CPO produced. The Indonesian share of the world market has doubled in ten years, and currently corresponds to 18% of world exports. Europe and Asia are the joint largest customers, accounting for almost 90% of Indonesian exports in 1997. (Résumé d'auteur)

Mots-clés Agrovoc : Elaeis guineensis, Huile de palme, Plantations, Intervention de l'état, Histoire, Exploitation agricole, Surface d'exploitation, Industrie des corps gras, Crise économique, Facteur climatique, Offre et demande

Mots-clés géographiques Agrovoc : Indonésie

Mots-clés complémentaires : Huilerie de palme

Classification Agris : E16 - Production economics
E21 - Agro-industry
E70 - Trade, marketing and distribution

Auteurs et affiliations

  • Jacquemard Jean-Charles, CIRAD-CP-PALMIER (IDN)
  • Jannot Claude, CIRAD-TERA-TH (FRA)

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