The Role of the State in the Promotion of fair trade in the case of fruit trade in Eastern Thailand

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Vichiravitch Vichitanun
Tipparat Bibisiri

Abstract

In this research, the researcher had objectives: (1) to study the role of the state in promotion of fair trade for the case study of fruit trade in eastern Thailand (2) to study the problems and obstacles in the implementation for the role of the state in promotion of fair trade: case study of fruit trade in eastern Thailand (3) to propose solutions to problems of the role of the state in promoting fair trade in agricultural products. Findings were as follows: (1) The government should take care of the agricultural sector as well as go to local visit to survey the need and listen seriously to the problems faced by farmers in each aspect to lay the foundation for controlling the manufacturing sector, including giving support to improve the fruit quality in the east, promoting the free and fair economy by the virtue of market mechanism and the sustainable economic development. (2) Problems and obstacles in the implementation of the role of the state in promoting fair trade in agricultural products. The cause of the problem stemmed from Chinese entrepreneurs who came to buy for export, also known as Chinese fishing, gathering and sharing benefits to have the negative influence for fruit price of Thai. (3) The way to solve the problem of the role of the state in the promotion of fair trade of agricultural products. Government should reassure entrepreneurs, Including the concern on the various technology transfer and the access to government trading. Moreover, the logistics system should be developed to accommodate increase in upcoming output increase in the future.

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Vichitanun, V., & Bibisiri, T. (2018). The Role of the State in the Promotion of fair trade in the case of fruit trade in Eastern Thailand . Rajapark Journal, 12(26), 90–100. Retrieved from https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/RJPJ/article/view/145103
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