In fact, many countries have identified key agricultural products to encourage development. Each country will choose key agricultural products to focus on development depending on the natural, economic and social conditions as well as political and social security.
There are four main groups of criteria that most countries use to identify their key agricultural products, including 1- Groups economic criteria;
2- Group of social criteria;
3- Group of environmental criteria;
4- Criteria for product development priority.
Accordingly, 13 key national agricultural products include: 1- Rice; 2- Coffee; 3- Rubber; 4- Article; 5- Pepper; 6- Tea; 7. Vegetables and fruits; 8. Cassava and cassava products; 9- Pork meat; 10- Meat and eggs of poultry; 11- Pangasius; 12- Shrimp; 13- Wood and wood products.