Problems and Solutions for Rubber Price fall

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Wanchalerm Chantarakul
Aphinant Chantanee

Abstract

The objectives of this article were to study the Problems and Solutions for Rubber price fall. It was found that the problem of rubber price was due to the problem of unbalanced supply and demand. This problem can be solved by using the POSDCORB management approach. There are 7 processes: 1. P = Planning 2. O = Organizing 3. S = Staffing 4. D = Directing 5. Co = Coordinating 6. R = Reporting 7. B = Budgeting. In the D = Directing step, the director can use the following strategies: 1. Supply side: 1) The government should use price policy, such as rubber price guarantee 2) non-price policy, such as support for production factors such as fertilizer, rubber varieties and 2. Demand side: The solution to this problem, the government should use price policy, such as state-to-state negotiation to break down the middleman mechanism. The policy of non-price, such as accelerating the use of rubber in the country and continuous. However, in order to solve the problem properly, should use the principle of Saraniyadhamma 6, especially Silasamabbata, strict adherence to law and regulations, and Ditthisamabbata, have mutual agreement, in order to solve the problem of rubber prices falling.

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Chantarakul, W., & Chantanee, A. (2020). Problems and Solutions for Rubber Price fall. Rajapark Journal, 14(33), 132–140. Retrieved from https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/RJPJ/article/view/221097
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