This study aimed (1) to determine the integration of the cocoa bean market, Indonesian processed cocoa products, and the world cocoa bean market. (2) to determine the asymmetric price transmission of cocoa beans at the producer level with Indonesian processed cocoa products and the world cocoa market. (3) to determine the level of competitiveness of Indonesian cocoa and processed cocoa exports in the international market. (4) to determine the market structure of processed cocoa in Indonesia's export destination countries. The analytical methods were used, namely the Nonlinear autoregressive distributed lag model, Normalized Revealed Comparative Advantage, Concentration Ratio and Herfindahl-Hirschman Index. The research variables used consisted of the price of cocoa beans at the producer level, the price of cocoa in the global market, the export price of cocoa pasta, export taxes as dummy variables and processed cocoa export value (pasta, butter and powder cocoa). To analyze objectives 1 and 2 used monthly time series data from January 2007 to December 2020. While the annual data from 2007 to 2020 were used to analyze objectives 3 and 4. In the study results (1), there is an asymmetric cointegration between the global cocoa bean market and the price of cocoa pasta on the price of cocoa farmers in Indonesia. (2) there is evidence of negative asymmetric price transmission. Negative (downward) price shocks in global markets and cocoa pasta are transmitted more quickly to farmer prices than positive price shocks. Price adjustments occur in magnitude and speed. The high negative asymmetric price transmission coefficient indicates the uncompetitiveness of the supply-demand chain of Indonesian cocoa. (3) the Indonesia competitiveness of processed cocoa export has increased significantly after implementing the cocoa bean export tax. (4) the estimation result of the cocoa market structure in the global market is an oligopoly. The implication of the cocoa bean export tax has been to reduce the price of cocoa beans at the producer level by 2.3 percent.