Thailand Experiences from the Grassroots: Value Chain Finance Best Practices, Initiatives, Strategies and Trends in Agriculture

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Agricultural value chain finance (AVCF) has been considered a very important aspect in rural finance. This is commonly observed in different agricultural production, processing, post production and marketing systems of various commodities and other agri-related activities. Because of this, the Asia-Pacific Rural and Agricultural Credit Association (APRACA) through the IFAD-supported FinServAccess Project started to document best practices on agricultural value chain finance of its member countries.

Presently, Thailand agricultural value chain finance best practices, initiatives, strategies and trends were documented to showcase how financial institutions and other interest groups supported the productivity, profitability and sustainability of agricultural commodities through appropriate and timely financial activities of their clients.

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Document Type Case Study
Author Maleangpoothong, J.; Photha, P. et al.
Year of Publication 2013
Publisher Asia-Pacific Rural and Agricultural Credit Association (APRACA)
Bangkok, Thailand
Number of Pages 48 pp.
Region / Country Global, Asia, Southern Asia / Thailand
Primary Language English (en)
Keywords Agricultural Value Chain Finance, Value Chain Finance
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