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Promises and Predicaments
Indonesia experienced growing shortfalls of food supplies during the 1950s and during the 1960s and 1970s it imported increasing amounts of rice, wheat and wheat flour. This paper investigates the role of food aid in this development. In the 1950s, Indonesia received some US PL480 food aid under concessional loans. Despite occasional famines, and the willingness of countries to supply food aid as grants, Indonesia did not request such food aid until 1966. Donations of wheat flour, rice anddoi:10.2307/j.ctv1nthnm.20 fatcat:cj6rul7mhjd37gbfeb2bgclzr4