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Saving Rice from Neighboring Countries

Monday, January 30, 2023

Imported rice must arrive no later than mid-February. Weather conditions affect unloading. Bulog applies a new tactic.

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Imported rice from Vietnam unloaded at Tenau Port in Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara, January 18. ANTARA/Kornelis Kaha . tempo : 172167093070.

EVERY day Budi Waseso asks his subordinates about the positions of vessels carrying imported rice from neighboring countries like Thailand and Vietnam. The chief executive officer (CEO) of state logistics agency Bulog uses the method he applied in monitoring narcotic and illicit drug trafficking networks when he was chief of the National Narcotics Agency. “Every day I ask when they arrive so I know their precise locations,” he told Te


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