has become easier to find in supermarkets.
has become a contentious issue because it is slowly replacing local
disadvantage outweighs the advantages.
importing may suffice the national needs of consumption, it would negatively affect the local economy.
the increased population, it may be challenging for a
to suffice the national consumption solely by producing alone.
, the presence of imports would benefit the government to fill the gaps.
, Given the capacity of mass production, importing from another
may be an option.
, Thailand is known for producing rice efficiently;
, it would be better to import rice from Thailand on a large scale to fulfil national consumption.
On the other hand
, promoting activities of import may reduce the
, the impact of imported foods on a large scale is making domestic
more vulnerable and causing people, like farmers, to lose their jobs. The government needs to regulate the import quota because it helps to protect the market for domestic
. Suppose a
overfloods with imported
would lose its potential revenues from the public.
, statistics show the increased
for imported fruits from Thailand affects local farmers in Indonesia by 30%.
In summary, more imported
in supermarkets compared to local
creates more harm than good.
it satisfies the increased
, it harms local producers as it reduces the