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By Akifumi Kuchiki, Tetsuo Mizobe, Toshitaka Gokan

ISBN-10: 1137571276

ISBN-13: 9781137571274

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ISBN-13: 9781137571281

This e-book proposes measures to advertise nearby commercial improvement in East Asia from the point of view of 3 industries: agriculture, nutrition, and tourism. The authors argue that for nearby agriculture to increase, collaboration with the nutrients is key. extra, by way of linking tourism, fiscal collaboration among the 3 industries is reinforced. the 1st a part of the e-book introduces a simple version for the formation of the agriculture, foodstuff, and tourism cluster. Contributions from top teachers in agricultural economics then pass directly to talk about the relevance of this multi-industry cluster in nations akin to Japan, the Republic of Korea, and Cambodia, among others. the ultimate half units out new techniques for extra improvement within the cluster via quantitative analyses of the ‘economies of series’ inspiration. Readers will detect that from constructing linkages among assorted industries and different monetary sectors, vital confident externalities could be generated and those procedures will be caused at the neighborhood or cluster level.

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Htm, accessed January 25, 2016 Policy on rural tourism has also affected the development of AFTI clusters in China. 1, the Chinese government began to promote rural tourism in 2007. The government first officially recognized the importance of the linkages between primary, secondary and tertiary sectors in 2010, stressing the point twice in 2015. The Chinese mass media has also begun to formally use the term “Sixth Industry” (the integration of primary, secondary and tertiary sectors) to describe the phenomenon of AFTI clusters.

We will discuss this issue in the next section. Not only leading firms but also farmers cooperatives and specialized markets can be considered as driving forces in the development of agricultural industrialization (Huang 2010, pp. 148–154). In reality, we find few cases in which famers cooperatives or specialized markets have taken the initiative in the development of an AFTI cluster. In the AFTI, however, the role of leading firms is irreplaceable. 4 46 K. Ding Leading firms generally employ two strategies for organizing the primary, secondary and tertiary sectors and creating AFTI clusters.

From Japan, foodstuffs worth USD3 billion are exported to the ASEAN market. China and the Republic of Korea have similar trade relationships with the ASEAN countries. 4, East Asian countries, including Japan, have been pushing toward the conclusion and promotion of FTAs. These are likely to further strengthen the investment and food trade relationships between the East Asian countries. 3 Summary of This Book This book examines the possibility of cluster building through the accumulation of three industries—agriculture, food and tourism—in the East Asian region, including Japan, China, South Korea and the ASEAN countries, from the perspectives described above.

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