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In 1990, the production was only 45.2 million tons in GKG).
Table - 1 Imports of rice by Indonesia, 1997-2002 Year Imports Growth ('000 tons) (%) 1997 782 -- 1998 6,076 -- 1999 4,183 -31.2 2000 1,512 -63.9 2001 1,396 -7.7 2002 3,250 132.8 Average growth 7.5 Source: Department of Agriculture/CBS/Bulog/Data Consult Table - 2 GKG production, 1997-2002 Year Production Growth (Tons) (%) 1997 49,377,054 -- 1998 49,236,692 -0.3 1999 50,866,387 3.3 2000 51,958,252 2.1 2001 50,096,486 -3.6 2002 51,500,000 2.8 Average growth 0.9 Source: Department of Agriculture/CBS/Bulog/Data Consult
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These increases in the prices of GKG (dried, milled, unhulled paddy) and rice are intended to provide incentives for farmers, who are expected to produce more rice so that Indonesia can save on its forex reserves even if it has to continue importing rice.
Meanwhile, according to a number of farmers at certain rice-production centers, the rise in the base price of GKG will not mean much to them because the prices of other staple items have soared.
Until 1 April 1998, the price of GKG as set by the Government was only Rp 630/kg.
According to the Head of BULOG, the recent rise in the base prices of GKG and rice will not boost inflation because the current market prices of the two commodities are still higher than the new base prices set by the agency.
Experience shows that an increase in the base prices of GKG and rice is usually followed by a rise in the price of fertilizers.
Siahaan, an expert in rural sociology, the recent rise in the base price of GKG from Rp 600/kg to Rp 700 does not necessarily increase farmers' income and improve their purchasing power.
As long as the rise in the base price of GKG is not balanced with the increase in the production cost, the former will not help improve farmers' income.