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RI Exports to Non-Traditional Countries Continues to Increase PDF Print E-mail
Written by Maizer   
Monday, 16 October 2017

Central Bureau of Statistics (BPS) reported, the value of Indonesian exports per September 2017 reached 14.54 billion US dollars. The non-oil exports in September 2017 reached 13.10 billion US dollars.


Based on the country of destination, non-oil exports in September 2017 is the largest to China, which is 1.89 billion US dollars. Following below China are the US and Japan respectively of 1.46 billion and 1.31 billion US dollars.


Head of BPS Suhariyanto stated that Indonesia has 13 main export destination countries. Besides China, US, Japan, some other main destination countries are ASEAN countries, Netherlands, Germany, Italy, India, Australia, South Korea, to Taiwan. However, Indonesia also notes that export numbers are increasing significantly in non-traditional destination countries.


"Although the contribution is small, but the growth is fast," said


Suhariyanto gives an example is Turkey which in annual export growth of Indonesian products there reached 17.22 percent. BPS data said that the main commodities exported to Turkey include handmade textile, rubber and rubber materials.


In addition, Indonesia's exports to Egypt annually rose 44.80 percent. Major commodities exported to the country include palm oil, handmade textile materials, and coffee.


"There is movement in some African countries too," said Suhariyanto.


He said Indonesia should not only rely on exports to traditional countries. Indonesia, he said, should also pay attention to non-traditional markets, by paying attention to goods that suit the needs and tastes of the country.




Ekspor RI ke Negara Nontradisional Terus Meningkat




Badan Pusat Statistik (BPS) melaporkan, nilai ekspor Indonesia per September 2017 mencapai 14,54 miliar dollar AS. Adapun ekspor nonmigas pada September 2017 mencapai 13,10 miliar dollar AS.


Berdasarkan negara tujuannya, ekspor nonmigas pada September 2017 terbesar adalah ke China, yakni 1,89 miliar dollar AS. Menyusul di bawah China adalah AS dan Jepang yang masing-masing sebesar 1,46 miliar dan 1,31 miliar dollar AS.


Kepala BPS Suhariyanto menyatakan, Indonesia memiliki 13 negara tujuan utama ekspor. Selain China, AS, Jepang, beberapa negara tujuan utama lainnya adalah negara-negara ASEAN, Belanda, Jerman, Italia, India, Australia, Korea Selatan, hingga Taiwan.  Namun, Indonesia juga mencatat angka ekspor yang meningkat cukup signifikan pada negara-negara tujuan nontradisional.


"Meskipun kontribusinya kecil, tapi pertumbuhannya cepat," kata


Suhariyanto memberi contoh adalah Turki yang secara tahunan pertumbuhan ekspor produk Indonesia ke sana mencapai 17,22 persen. Data BPS menyebut, komoditas utama yag diekspor ke Turki antara lain bahan tekstil buatan tangan, karet, dan bahan-bahan dari karet.


Selain itu, ekspor produk Indonesia ke Mesir secara tahunan naik 44,80 persen. Komoditas utama yang diekspor ke negara tersebut antara lain minyak kelapa sawit, bahan tekstil buatan tangan, dan kopi.


"Ada pergerakan juga di beberapa negara Afrika. Jangan dilihat total ekspornya, tapi memang ada pergerakan," ungkap Suhariyanto.


Ia menyatakan, Indonesia seharusnya tidak hanya mengandalkan ekspor ke negara-negara tradisional. Indonesia, kata dia, harus juga memperhatikan pasar-pasar nontradisional, dengan cara memperhatikan barang yang sesuai dengan kebutuhan dan selera di negara tersebut.


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