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Many Mafia, Textile Imports are Difficult to Press PDF Print E-mail
Written by Maizer   
Thursday, 23 August 2018

The high rate of import growth caused the government to worry. President Jokowi has repeatedly asked his staff to reduce imports in order to maintain the Rupiah exchange rate. But for now there is no policy needed to reduce the rate of import growth.

 

The Secretary General of the Filament Indonesian Fiber and Yarn Producers Association stated that the President had lowered a lot of revenue because import mafias had entered the bureaucracy. Many policies related to genuine goods.

 

"In the sector of imported flood goods, even though it can already be made by local producers, the government must dare to do import substitution, we only need a policy revision, not asking for incentives" explained Redma. APSyFI has officially announced to revise PERMENDAG 64 in 2017, because import permits are granted to traders to import raw materials, whereas previously import permits were only given to producers who needed raw materials for export purposes. "

 

APSyFI also highlighted the Bonded Logistics Center (PLB) which is the entrance to the red-carpeted imported goods. "SOE PLB is enabled for imported goods that are not produced domestically, to facilitate access to our industries that need imported raw materials," he explained. APSyFI also allows for the PLB in the textile sector to be only for cotton, while for other fibers, threads and fabrics so that they cannot be used by PLB because they can already be produced domestically.

 

Redma explained that for the yarn and fabric sectors in HS 52 and 54 and all fibers, yarns and fabrics in HS 55 everything could be produced in German countries. The import was very large. "The government does not need to fear export imports can be due to exports, because exporters in bonded zones or using facilities for the import facilities of export destinations (KITE)" he said

 

Then Redma added that PET Anti-Dumping Import Duty (BMAD) which is currently not yet implemented. "PET BMD recommended by the Indonesian Anti-Dumping Committee (KADI) has been withdrawn by the National Interest Team and has existed in this country, but until now there has been no enforcement yet" explained Redma. "So if all people like this are because of the interests of importers, how can the government import imports?" He concluded

Mafia Merajalela, Impor Tekstil Sulit Ditekan

 

 

Tingginya laju pertumbuhan impor mulai membuat khawatir pemerintah. Bahkan Presiden Jokowi sudah berkalikali meminta jajarannya untuk menurunkan impor demi menjaga nilai tukar Rupiah. Namun hingga saat ini belum ada satupun kebijakan yang dikeluarkan untuk menurunkan laju pertumbuhan impor.

 

Sekretaris Jenderal Asosiasi Produsen Serat dan Benang Filament Indonesia menyatakan bahwa Presiden harus turun sendiri unutuk mengurangi laju impor ini karena banyak mafia-mafia impor sudah masuk ke oknum-oknum birokrasi sehingga banyak kebijakan yang justru pro barang impor dibanding barang buatan lokal.

 

“Disektor tekstil barang impor banjir, padahal sudah bisa dibuat oleh produsen lokal, pemerintah harus berani melakukan substitusi impor, kita hanya perlu revisi kebijakan, tidak minta insentif” jelas Redma. APSyFI secara resmi sudah pernah mengusulkan untuk merevisi PERMENDAG 64 tahun 2017, karena ijin impor diberikan kepada pedagang untuk impor bahan baku, padahal sebelumnya ijin impor hanya diberikan kepada produsen yang membutuhkan bahan baku untuk kepentingan ekspor. “

 

APSyFI pun menyoroti Pusat Logistik Berikat (PLB) yang menjadi pintu masuk berkarpet merah barang-barangimpor. “PLB seharusnya difungsikan untuk barang-barang impor yang tidak diproduksi didalam negeri saja, untukmempermudah akses industri kita yang perlu bahan baku impor” jelasnya. Untuk itu APSyFI juga mengusulkan agar PLB disektor tekstil hanya untuk kapas saja, sedangkan untuk serat lainnya, benang dan kain agar tidakdifasilitasi oleh PLB karena memang sudah bisa diproduksi didalam negeri.

 

Redma menjelaskan bahwa untuk sektor tekstil semua jenis benang dan kain di HS 52 dan 54 serta semua jenis serat, benang dan kain di HS 55 semuanya sudah bisa diproduksi didalam negeri sehingga seharusnya impornya sangat bisa dikurangi. “Pemerintah tidak perlu takut pembatasan impor bisa ganggu ekspor, karena eksportir sebagian besar di Kawasan Berikat atau menggunakan fasilitas Kemudahan Impor Tujuan Ekspor (KITE)” tegasnya

 

Kemudian Redma menambahkan persoalan Bea Masuk Anti Dumping (BMAD) PET yang hingga saat ini belum diterapkan. “Padahal menurut informasi yang kami dapat, BMAD PET yang direkomendasikan oleh Komite Anti Dumping Indonesia (KADI) ini sudah disetujui oleh Tim Kepentingan Nasional dan sudah ada Surat Menteri Perdagangan ke Menteri Perindustrian, tapi sampai sekarang belum juga ada pemberlakuannya”jelas Redma “. “Jadi kalau semua mandeg seperti ini karena kepentingan importir, bagaimana pemerintah bisa menekan laju impor?’ pungkasnya

 

 

 
		
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