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Phuong   thailand - feb 16-17,2012 Phuong thailand - feb 16-17,2012 Presentation Transcript

  • THE 5TH THAI-MALAYSIAN INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SOUTHEAST ASIAN STUDIES RE-MAKING HISTORICAL MEMORY IN SOUTHEAST ASIA MAHIDOL UNIVERSITY FEBRUARY 16 – 17, 2012
  • AN ENCOUNTER WITH INVENTED MEMORY IN MAKING OF ECONOMIC POLICYTHE CASE OF COFFEE TRADING IN CENTRAL HIGHLANDS OF VIETNAM NGUYEN HOANG MY PHUONG - VIETNAM
  • WARM UP!LET’S SUGGEST SOME CHARACTERISTICSABOUT OUR CURRENT SOCIETY
  • CHARACTERISTICSOF OUR CURRENT SOCIETY#1 NETWORKS
  • CHARACTERISTICSOF OUR CURRENT SOCIETY#2 LIQUIDS
  • CHARACTERISTICSOF OUR CURRENT SOCIETY#3 RISKS
  • CHARACTERISTICSOF OUR CURRENT SOCIETY#1 DECENTRED & FLAT#2 NOT KEEP ANY SHAPE FOR LONG#3 UNFORESEEN RISKS IN GLOBAL DIMENSION
  • LET’S IMAGINE COFFEE
  • WHY NEED TO FIND OUT THE SUSTAINABLESOLUTION FOR VIETNAM COFFEE INDUSTRY?AN IMPORTANT PART OF VIETNAM ECONOMY  USD 2.7 BILLIONS IN 2011 (3% OF THE TOTAL EXPORT EARNINGS)  ~ 300,000 HOUSEHOLDS, > 600,000 WORKERSCOFFEE PRODUCERS & GOVERMENT
  • GEOGRAPHICDISTRIBUTION OFCOFFEE PRODUCTION•CENTRAL HIGHLANDSPROVINCES (ROBUSTA)•SOUTHEAST PROVINCES(ROBUSTA)•NORTHERN PROVINCES(ARABICA)
  • ROBUSTA PRODUCTION BETWEEN THE FIVE-YEAR AVERAGE OVER THE PERIOD OF 1981/86 AND 2005/10 SOURCE: ICO
  • OVERVIEW OF RESEARCH FINDINDS IN MY MA THESIS CREDIT PROVISION & PRICE RISK MANAGEMENT
  • ECONOMY FROM THE HISTORICAL STANDPOINT IN DANG PHONG’S APPROACH NEW INSOLVED INFORMATION CENTRALLY-PLANNED ECONOMY MARKET-ORIENTED ECONOMYECONOMIC MINDSET ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION IN VIETNAM 1979 - 1986
  • ECONOMY FROM THE HISTORICAL STANDPOINT IN DANG PHONG’S APPROACH• NO CHRONOLOGY• FINDING OUT FUNDAMENTAL CAUSES• MULTI-DISCIPLINES (ECONOMICS, HISTORY, ETC.)• VARIOUS SOURCES (INTERVIEWS, NEWSPAPERS, GOVERMENTAL DOCUMENTS, ETC.)
  • RE-MAKING MEMORY OF COFFEE TRADING IN CENTRAL HIGHLANDS OF VIETNAM FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS INVENTED TRADITION NEW ARRIVAL CUSTOMCOFFEE TRADING IN THE CONTEXT OF OUR CURRENT SOCIETY NETWORKS, LIQUIDS, RISKS
  • PHYSICAL COFFEE FLOWSVS FUTURES CONTRACT FLOWS EXPORTER6 CONTAINERS x 21 TONS = 126 TONS FUTUTES FUTUTES FUTUTES CONTRACT CONTRACT CONTRACT 1 LOT = 10 TONS 1 LOT = 10 TONS 1 LOT = 10 TONS FARMER FARMER FARMER 2 TONS/HA 2 TONS/HA 2 TONS/HA FUTUTES CONTRACT 1 LOT = 10 TONS
  • WHAT IS YOUR DECISION?AN OWNER OF DAKLAK-BASED A VIETNAMESE CEO OF A 100 %PRIVATE ENTERPRISE FOREIGN COMPANY IN DAKLAK‘SO MANY COMPANIES AND ‘LIFFE OR ICE IS THE BIGGESTPEOPLE IN DAKLAK LOST MARKETS ON THE WORLD. YOUHUNDREDS OF BILLIONS VND THEREFORE HAVE A WIDEBECAUSE OF USING FUTURES RANGE OF CHOICES ONCECONTRACT IN LIFFE OR ICE. IT IS ENTERING INTO IT’BAD! I NEVER USE IT’ * LIFFE OR ICE: THE TWO MAIN FUTURES EXCHANGES OF TRADING COFFEE
  • WHAT IS THEDECISION?FUTHER INVESTIGATION NEEDED…
  • Q&A THANK YOUNGUYEN HOANG MY PHUONG MENFUONG@GMAIL.COM