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The rice tarrification debate is well-anchored in economic research, but there is still scope for additional work. This study fills this gap in the literature by investigating those impacts for rice market participants including farmers, consumers, traders, policymakers, and government agencies in Indonesia...

Our analysis suggests that farmers are better off selling their rice if they sell it in the area where there is direct competition between marketing...

The demand for improved packaging, branding, and labeling of rice is expected to rise in Asia. Because of rapid income growth in Asia, consumers are increasingly...

Maintaining and expanding NERICA’s market share will require breeders to incorporate trait mixes that reconcile agronomic gains and consumer preferences...

The COVID-19 pandemic had struck at a time when the agrifood system was facing a healthy outlook, implying that the recurrence of a world food crisis is...

Once a rice exporter, Côte d’Ivoire has spent in recent years nearly USD 500 million annually on rice imports. Now, the country has set its sights on...

Senegal’s dependence on imported rice is not only about preference toward a more convenient food. It is also about the neglect of domestic food production,...

The extent of rainfall disruption in El Niño watch countries—India, Indonesia, and the Philippines—could affect the rice market in late 2015 as Thai...

India has come a long way in the past 5 decades from a country with a severe food deficit to being a major grain exporter. The frequent food shortages...

The global rice market is driven by factors that may radically change how rice is traded in the future. (Photo: IRRI) What is the true price of rice?...