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Written by Maizer   
Monday, 21 August 2017

"January-July 2016-January-July 2017 was up from USD 44.6 million to 88.2 million. That's 100 percent cumulative, "he said. Compared with three countries Indonesia's export market is still too small. For example China, which reached USD 10.73 billion, this figure is still too small.


Japan also still occupies a high position of export destination with a value of USD 8.02 and US $ 9.76 billion. "However, a move that reaches 100 percent brings deep meaning," he said.


From the BPS notes, the commodities exported to Turkey include rubber and rubber goods (TNSR 20), textiles, knits, wood, soda, automobile parts, palm oil and chemicals. "All non-oil and gas goods," he added.


Besides Turkey, the government also develops markets to Qatar, Russia and United Arab Emirates. For Russia, in July last year, only USD 65.5 million, but in July this year reached USD 102.1 million. "The increase is high, the percentage is much less. But the nominal is still small ".


Exports to Russia consist of palm oil, arabica coffee, copra, fat and oil, black tea and motor vehicle tires. Exports to Qatar include ceramics, machinery, steel, plastic and rubber products.


"The expansion of this non-traditional market to reduce dependence on China, Japan and America," he said.


Turkish ambassador to Indonesia Sander Gurbuz during a visit to the office of Anadolu Agency Indonesia said the increase in trading volume is indeed a commitment of both countries that have even agreed on Free Trade Agreement (FTA) or free trade in October. In addition to signing the FTA, in the same month Indonesia and Turkey will also hold a Joint Economy Commission.


Previously, Minister of Trade, Enggartiasto Lukito also expressed a desire to market all products to Turkey, especially Crude Palm Oil (CPO), Indonesia's flagship commodity which is now rising in the world market price.


There is not no significant obstacle in initiating this trade. Besides Turkey, Indonesia also wants to develop its traditional market to Africa region.


Processed products Indonesian palm oil in Turkey is still less popular with similar products from Malaysia. Turkey is the 23rd largest non-oil export destination country and the 43rd investment partner for Indonesia with an investment value of USD 2.7 million (2016).



Perdagangan Indonesia-Turki Naik 100 Persen



“Januari-Juli 2016-Januari-Juli 2017 itu naik dari USD 44,6 juta ke 88,2 juta. Itu kumulatif 100 persen,” katanya.


Jika dibandingkan dengan tiga negara pasar tradional ekspor Indonesia masih terlalu kecil. Misalnya Tiongkok, yang mencapai USD 10,73 miliar, angka ini masih terlalu kecil. Jepang juga masih menempati posisi tinggi tujuan ekspor dengan nilai USD 8,02 dan Amerika USD 9,76 miliar. “Namun, pergerakan yang mencapai 100 persen membawa makna yang dalam,” katanya.


Dari catatan BPS, komoditas yang diekspor ke Turki antara lain karet dan barang dari karet (TNSR 20), tekstil, rajutan, kayu, soda, suku cadang kendaraan bermotor, minyak kelapa sawit dan bahan kimia. “Semuanya barang nonmigas,” tambahnya.


Selain Turki, pemerintah juga mengembangkan pasar ke Qatar, Rusia dan Uni Emirat Arab. Untuk Rusia, pada Juli tahun lalu, hanya USD 65,5 juta, namun pada Juli tahun ini mencapai USD 102,1 juta. “Kenaikannya tinggi, persentasenya apalagi. Tapi nominalnya masih kecil“.


Ekspor ke Rusia terdiri dari minyak kelapa sawit, kopi jenis arabika, kopra, lemak dan minyak, teh hitam dan ban kendaraan bermotor. Ekspor ke Qatar antara lain produk keramik, mesin, baja, plastic dan karet.


“Perluasan pasar non tradional ini untuk mengurangi ketergantungan pada Tiongkok, Jepang dan Amerika,” katanya.


Duta besar Turki untuk Indonesia Sander Gurbuz saat berkunjung ke kantor Anadolu Agency Indonesia mengatakan, peningkatan volume perdagangan memang menjadi komitmen kedua negara yang bahkan sudah menyepakati area Free Trade Agreement (FTA) atau perdagangan bebas pada Oktober mendatang.  Selain menandatangi FTA, di bulan yang sama Indonesia dan Turki juga akan mengadakan Joint Economy Commission.


Sebelumnya, Menteri Perdagangan, Enggartiasto Lukito juga mengungkapkan keinginan untuk memasarkan semua produk ke Turki, terutama Crude Palm Oil (CPO), komoditas andalan Indonesia yang kini harganya sedang naik di pasar dunia.


Tidak ada tidak ada hambatan berarti dalam menginisiasi perdagangan ini. Selain  Turki, Indonesia juga ingin mengembangkan pasar tradisionalnya ke wilayah Afrika.


Produk olahan Kelapa sawit Indonesia di Turki masih kalah popular dengan produk serupa asal Malaysia. Turki merupakan negara tujuan ekspor nonmigas ke-23 dan mitra investasi ke-43 bagi Indonesia dengan nilai investasi sebesar USD 2,7 juta (2016).​


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