Indonesia

Malaysia's Sugar King Kuok has gone global

Wilmar, which already owns 200,000 ha of sugar cane plantations in Indonesia, said it intended to use Sucrogen’s proven expertise in the sugar business to pursue growth strategies in “Indonesia and other high potential Asian markets.’’

Lack of vision for small farmers

Instead of providing land to big corporations, the Indonesian government has a better choice: to redistribute land to the millions of landless and peasant families so they can work again to feed their family.