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Ministry of Industry Targets 11% Textile Export Growth PDF Print E-mail
Written by Maizer   
Monday, 25 September 2017

Ministry of Industry (Kemenperin) Textile and Textile Products Textile (TPT) will grow an average of 11% per year. For 2017 set at US $ 12.09 billion and in 2018 of US $ 13.5 billion. This is related to efforts made for the export of textile industry up to US $ 15 billion by absorbing 3.11 million workers in 2019.

 

Minister of Industry Airlangga Hartarto said Indonesia's export performance is good in the midst of challenges of high tariffs and safe guard by export destination countries.

 

"It's a challenge from exports. So, even though we have high import duties, and various safe guards are given, our exports continue," he said at the National Seminar entitled "Threat Assessment in National National Life Perspective of National Resilience (Focus on Economic, Real Sector, Fiscal and Monetary Sectors) at the Ministry of Industry, Jakarta, Monday (25/9).

 

For that, Airlangga said, in an effort to overcome the existing threat, Indonesia will accelerate bilateral cooperation with several countries.

 

"Now, the government will accelerate FTA negotiations for example with America and Europe, and the Ministry of Industry is also in talks with counterparts in the US to seek tariffs for these tariffs to be lowered," Airlangga said.

 

Nevertheless, Airlangga said the trade balance position with Indonesia and Europe is still surplus. Bilateral cooperation agreements with the United States and European Union, for local textile export markets, given the import duty on Indonesian textile products is still subject to 5% -20%, while exports to America and Europe are zero percent.

 

Airlangga said, foreign companies that invest their capital is not a threat to Indonesia's national resilience.

 

 

"If we talk about industry, the investment is planted in the country, which employed the workforce of Indonesia and whose name can not be brought home," said Airlangga.

 

He explained, investment in Indonesia gives a double effect, wake up and improve.

 

"It is wrong to talk about Value Added Tax (VAT) from industrial activities, from raw materials to process, from upstream to downstream industries, the VAT continues," Menperin said.

 

Furthermore, Airlangga already, that no company can play with fiscal policy.

 

Until June 2013 ,. Added Capital Investment Domestic (PMDN) of Rp52, 11 trillion. The figure includes 8,421 projects across Indonesia.

 

Meanwhile, the industry sector contributed the most to GDP in the second quarter of 2017 and absorbed 16 million workers in February 2017.

 

Kemenperin Targetkan 11% Pertumbuhan Ekspor Tekstil

 

 

Kementrian Perindustrian (Kemenperin) memperkirakan ekspor industri Tekstil dan Produk Tekstil (TPT) akan tumbuh rata-rata 11% per tahun. Untuk 2017 dipatok sebesar US$12,09 miliar dan di 2018 sebesar US$13,5 miliar.

 

Hal ini terkait dengan upaya yang dilakukan untuk ekspor industri TPT hingga US$15 miliar dengan menyerap 3,11 juta tenaga kerja pada 2019.

 

Menteri Perindustrian Airlangga Hartarto mengatakan kinerja ekspor Indonesia baik di tengah tantangan pemberlakuan tarif tinggi maupun safe guard oleh negara tujuan ekspor.

 

"Memang itu tantangan dari ekspor. Jadi, walaupun kita bea masuknya dikenakan tinggi, dan berbagai safe guard diberikan, tapi ekspor kita jalan terus," kata dia, pada Seminar Nasional bertajuk "Analisis Ancaman (Threat Assesment) dalam Kehidupan Nasional Nasional Indonesia Perspektif Ketahanan Nasional (Fokus Aspek Ekonomi, Sektor Riil, Sektor Fiskal, dan Monete) di Kementerian Perindustrian, Jakarta, Senin (25/9).

 

Untuk itu, kata Airlangga, dalam upaya mengatasi ancaman ekspor yang ada, Indonesia akan mempercepat kerja sama bilateral dengan beberapa negara.

 

"Sekarang, pemerintah akan mempercepat perundingan FTA misalnya dengan Amerika dan Eropa, dan Kementerian Perindustrian juga sedang bicara dengan counterpart di Amerika untuk mencari terobosan-terobosan agar tarif-tarif ini bisa diturunkan," ujar Airlangga.

 

Kendati demikian, Airlangga menyampaikan bahwa posisi neraca perdagangan Indonesia dengan Eropa dan Amerika saat ini masih surplus. Perjanjian kerja sama bilateral dengan Amerika Serikat dan Uni Eropa, didorong untuk memperluas pasar ekspor TPT lokal, mengingat bea masuk ekspor produk tekstil Indonesia masih dikenakan 5%-20%, sedangkan ekspor Vietnam ke Amerika dan Eropa sudah nol persen.

 

Airlangga mengatakan, perusahaan asing yang menanamkan modalnya bukan merupakan ancaman bagi ketahanan nasional Indonesia.

 

 

"Kalau kita bicara industri, investasi itu ditanam di Tanah Air, yang dipekerjakan itu tenaga kerja dari Indonesia dan yang namanya investasi itu tidak bisa dibawa pulang," kata Airlangga.

 

Ia menjelaskan, investasi asing di Indonesia justru memberikan efek berganda, di antaranya membangun nilai tambah dan menggerakkan perekonomian nasional.

 

"Salah satunya kalau kita bicara Pajak Pertambahan Nilai (PPN) dari kegiatan industri. Dari mulai bahan baku sampai proses, dari hulu, industri tengah ke hilir itu kan PPN jalan terus," ucap Menperin.

 

Lebih lanjut, Airlangga mengungkapkan, pajak yang berbasis industri manufaktur itu bersifat transparan, sehingga tidak ada perusahaan yang bisa bermain-main dengan kebijakan fiskal.

 

Hingga Juni 2017, nilai investasi sektor industri untuk Penanaman Modal Asing (PMA) sebesar US$7,06 miliar dan Penanaman Modal Dalam Negeri (PMDN) sebesar Rp52,11 triliun. Angka tersebut meliputi 8.421 proyek tersebar di seluruh Indonesia.

 

Sementara itu, sektor industri memberikan kontribusi terbesar terhadap PDB triwulan kedua 2017. Serta menyerap tenaga kerja sebesar 16 juta orang pada periode Februari 2017.

 
		
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