By Akifumi Kuchiki, Tetsuo Mizobe, Toshitaka Gokan
This booklet proposes measures to advertise local commercial improvement in East Asia from the point of view of 3 industries: agriculture, nutrients, and tourism. The authors argue that for nearby agriculture to strengthen, collaboration with the meals is key. additional, through linking tourism, monetary collaboration among the 3 industries is bolstered. the 1st a part of the publication introduces a simple version for the formation of the agriculture, nutrition, and tourism cluster. Contributions from best lecturers in agricultural economics then move directly to talk about the relevance of this multi-industry cluster in international locations comparable to Japan, the Republic of Korea, and Cambodia, among others. the ultimate half units out new techniques for additional improvement within the cluster via quantitative analyses of the ‘economies of series’ proposal. Readers will realize that from setting up linkages among assorted industries and different financial sectors, vital confident externalities may be generated and those techniques should be caused at the neighborhood or cluster level.
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China recently ﬁnished a period of rapid growth, entering a new development stage known as the New Normal. Various factors are currently driving the Chinese government to develop AFTI clusters in order to stimulate the economy, create new industrial sectors and restore vitality. The ﬁrst factor driving the development of these clusters is the continuous increase in agriculture production costs. These costs are rising even as the prices of primary agricultural products in China fall. This has increased the necessity for the efﬁcient processing and utilization of agricultural resources.
Camellia health products, ecoﬁsh products Agricultural product processing Participating in fairs, creating the leading ﬁrm’s own sales network – Marketing World Agriculture Heritage site. The leading ﬁrm holds a family planting festival, harvest festival and straw festival regularly. Free tours have been arranged for crowdfunders Holds tea forums, tea parties, tea contests, tea performances, tea making contests, rafting festivals and mountain bike matches regularly. Vegetable picking can be experienced.
There are two approaches. One is to foster an AFTI cluster. This is useful in rural areas with resources to attract tourists by increasing access from the cities. The second is to develop a residential town and a large shopping mall along the railway line. In this approach, passengers in the residential town use the railway and contribute to the proﬁts of the railway company. In both cases, upgrading the level of culture along the railway line is necessary to keep the management of the line proﬁtable.
A Multi-Industrial Linkages Approach to Cluster Building in East Asia: Targeting the Agriculture, Food, and Tourism Industry by Akifumi Kuchiki, Tetsuo Mizobe, Toshitaka Gokan