Factsheet: Guidelines of Plantation Business Licensing

Guidelines of Plantation Business Licensing

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This Regulation provides for requirements and procedures for applying for plantation business licences. Plantation Business shall be any business engaged in the cultivation of certain plants in a suitable ecosystem, processing and marketing goods and services resulting from the plants with the support of science and technology, etc. The Regulation further provides for the following: different types of plantation business licences; types of plant and processing capacity as well as business diversification; fostering and supervision of plantation business; administrative sanctions; etc. Regulation 98 sets the maximum plantation area applicable for a plantation company or a Group of Plantation Companies. For example, for each plantation company or Group of Plantation Companies, the maximum plantation area for oil palm is 100,000 hectares; it is 150,000 hectares for sugar cane and 20,000 hectares for tea and rubber.
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Stimulate sustainable management. Rules for agricultural practices.

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