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PublicationThe Economics of Tobacco Farming in Indonesia(World Bank, Washington, DC, 2017-10-06) World Bank GroupThis report aims to contribute to the policy debate over the reform of the Indonesian tobacco excise tax system by reporting results of a nationally representative survey of and focus group discussion with smallholder tobacco farmers that examine their livelihoods and how tobacco tax reform may affect these households. PublicationThe Economics of Clove Farming in Indonesia(World Bank, Washington, DC, 2017-09-23) World Bank GroupThis report aims to inform the current debate over the taxation of kreteks in Indonesia by examining clove-farming livelihoods. It presents results from a comprehensive, household-level, economically-focused survey of 600 clove farmers across the two largest clove-growing regions, Sulawesi and Central Java. The survey examines the role that clove farming plays in these households’ economic lives, among other related topics.