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The economics of clove farming in Indonesia (English)

This report aims to inform the current debate over the taxation of kreteks in Indonesia by examining clove-farming livelihoods. It presents results from a comprehensive, household-level, economically-focused survey of 600 clove farmers across the two largest clove-growing regions, Sulawesi and Central Java. The survey examines the role that clove farming plays in these households’ economic lives, among other related topics.

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Marquez,Patricio V. Drope,Jeffrey Li,Qing Harimurti,Pandu Araujo,Edson Correia Sahadewo,Gumilang Aryo Nargis,Nigar Durazo,Josefine Witoelar,Firman Sikoki,Bondan Supraptilah

The economics of clove farming in Indonesia (English). WBG Global Tobacco Control Program Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/166181507538499946/The-economics-of-clove-farming-in-Indonesia