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Written by Maizer   
Thursday, 28 July 2016

The Ministry of Trade continues to develop export markets by buying mission (buying mission). A total of 20 small and medium businesses of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Kadin) North Batinah Oman met with entrepreneurs Indonesia in Jakarta in the event of a purchase mission today.

 

Citing the Ministry of Trade of the page, on Thursday (28/7), Director General of Export Development (PEN) Arlinda said that it believes the purchase of such a mission can build linkages between business entrepreneurs of both countries and as an effort to penetrate non-traditional markets.

 

Through delegation visits Oman Khalid Abdullah Al-Hosni of the Council Chamber North Batinah be one of the strategic steps and opportunities to increase trade and investment between Indonesia and Oman pascamisi integrated trade Indonesia in Oman, the end of March 2016.

 

Some sectors are the main attraction Oman businesses include tourism, professional personnel, logistics, construction, information technology services, plastics, building materials, food and beverages, and medicines for livestock.

 

On a visit this purchase mission, delegation of Oman to business matching with 53 Indonesian companies. Steps taken by the Oman delegation used the Indonesian business people to negotiate deeper with Oman business operators to reach an agreement, while displaying products businesses Indonesia.

 

Malalui activity is expected to not only impact the increase in trade and investment, but also other sectors that benefit both sides, moreover expected to strengthen relations between Indonesia and Oman.

 

Indonesia as a potential trading partner in the Middle East region, the growth of trade between Indonesia and Oman is less encouraging. Central Statistics Agency data shows the total value of non-oil trade between Indonesia and Oman 2011-2015 period still showed a negative growth of 11.88% per year.

 

Indonesia's non-oil export value to Oman in the period 2011-2015 showed a positive trend of 2.85% per year. Meanwhile, the trend value of Indonesian non-oil imports from Oman is negative 22.50% per year during the same period.

 

Non-oil trade balance between the two countries in January-March 2016 saw a surplus of USD 39.89 million. This value increased by 1.15% when compared to the same period in 2015 were valued at USD 39.44 million.

 

The main export products of Indonesia to Oman in the period 2011 to 2016 (March) include palm oil, plywood, motor vehicles, paper and paper products, furniture, non-alcoholic (including milk and beer nonalcoholic), tires, stationery, frozen fish , electronics, and textiles and textile products.

 

 

Oman Melakukan Misi Pembelian Ke Indonesia

 

Kementerian Perdagangan terus mengembangkan pasar ekspor dengan melakukan misi pembelian (buying mission). Sebanyak 20 pelaku usaha kecil dan menengah dari Kamar Dagang dan Industri (Kadin) North Batinah Oman dipertemukan dengan pelaku usaha Indonesia di Jakarta dalam acara misi pembelian hari ini.

 

Mengutip laman kemendag, Kamis (28/7), Direktur Jenderal Pengembangan Ekspor Nasional (PEN) Arlinda mengatakan bahwa pihaknya meyakini misi pembelian seperti ini dapat membangun jejaring pengusaha antara pelaku usaha kedua negara dan sebagai salah satu upaya penetrasi pasar nontradisional.

 

Melalui kunjungan Delegasi Oman Khalid Abdullah Al-Hosni dari Dewan Kadin North Batinah menjadi salah satu langkah yang strategis dan peluang untuk meningkatkan perdagangan dan investasi Indonesia-Oman pascamisi dagang terpadu Indonesia di Oman, akhir Maret 2016.

 

Beberapa sektor yang menjadi daya tarik pelaku usaha Oman antara lain adalah pariwisata, tenaga kerja profesional, logistik, sektor konstruksi, jasa teknologi informasi, plastik, bahan bangunan, makanan dan minuman, serta obat-obatan untuk hewan ternak.

 

Pada kunjungan misi pembelian ini, Delegasi Oman melakukan business matching dengan 53 pelaku usaha Indonesia. Langkah yang dilakukan delegasi Oman tersebut dimanfaatkan pelaku usaha Indonesia untuk bernegosiasi lebih dalam dengan pelaku usaha Oman guna tercapai kesepakatan, sambil memamerkan hasil produk pelaku usaha Indonesia.

 

Malalui kegiatan ini diharapkan tidak hanya memberikan dampak peningkatan di bidang perdagangan dan investasi, tetapi juga sektor lain yang menguntungkan kedua belah pihak, lebih lagi diharapkan dapat mempererat hubungan Indonesia dengan Oman.

 

Sebagai mitra dagang potensial Indonesia di kawasan Timur Tengah, pertumbuhan perdagangan Indonesia-Oman masih kurang menggembirakan. Data Badan Pusat Statistik menunjukkan nilai total perdagangan nonmigas Indonesia-Oman periode 2011-2015 masih memperlihatkan pertumbuhan yang negatif sebesar 11,88% per tahun.

 

Nilai ekspor nonmigas Indonesia ke Oman pada periode 2011-2015 memperlihatkan tren positif sebesar 2,85% per tahun. Sementara itu, tren nilai impor nonmigas Indonesia dari Oman adalah negatif 22,50% per tahun pada periode yang sama.

 

Neraca perdagangan nonmigas kedua negara periode Januari-Maret 2016 mengalami surplus sebesar USD 39,89 juta. Nilai ini meningkat 1,15% bila dibandingkan dengan periode yang sama pada 2015 yang senilai USD 39,44 juta.

 

Adapun produk ekspor utama Indonesia ke Oman pada periode 2011 sampai dengan 2016 (Maret) meliputi minyak kelapa sawit, plywood, kendaraan bermotor, kertas dan produk kertas, furnitur, minuman nonalkohol (termasuk susu dan beer nonalkohol), ban, alat tulis, ikan beku, elektronik, serta tekstil dan produk tekstil.

 
		
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