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Faisal Basri Called Imports to Indonesia Like the Flood PDF Print E-mail
Written by Maizer   
Wednesday, 29 August 2018

Economist Faisal Basri assessed the rise of imports from various countries fig to Indonesia was mainly because  the policy made by the Minister of Trade Enggartiasto Lukita.


"Before limiting (imported commodities), the orderly behavior of Mr. Enggar needs to be addressed, which previously had a recommendation, now there are no recommendations. Like the current flood (import)," said Faisal.


Faisal gave an example, from the period of January to July 2018, the number of tire imports jumped more than 100 percent compared to the same period last year. The cause, according to Faisal,its because Enggar's policy which decided not to need a recommendation from the Ministry of Industry again to import tires.



"Tires from China are cheap in quotes but cannot be vulcanized. This was first arranged before the other was arranged. Ordered incorrect ones. "If it is now in order to bring the right things to order, what is not right is disciplined if I am," said Faisal.


Similarly with the textile industry. According to Faisal, many domestic businesses in the textile sector complained that there were already many imported products from China in the market that cost much cheaper, thus reducing the competitiveness of similar products from within the country.




Faisal Basri Sebut Impor ke Indonesia Seperti Air Bah



Ekonom Faisal Basri menilai maraknya impor dari berbagai negara ke Indonesia utamanya disebabkan kebijakan yang dibuat oleh Menteri Perdagangan Enggartiasto Lukita.


"Sebelum batasi (komoditas impor), tertibkan dulu perilaku  Bapak Enggar, yang tadinya ada rekomendasi, sekarang tidak ada rekomendasi. Seperti air bah sekarang (impornya)," kata Faisal.


Faisal memberi contoh, dari periode Januari sampai Juli 2018, jumlah impor ban melonjak lebih dari 100 persen dibanding periode yang sama tahun lalu. Penyebabnya, menurut Faisal, dikarenakan kebijakan Enggar yang memutuskan tidak perlu rekomendasi dari Kementerian Perindustrian lagi untuk impor ban.


“Ban-ban dari China yang murah dalam tanda petik tapi tidak bisa divulkanisir. Ini dulu tertibkan sebelum tertibkan yang lain. Tertibkan yang tidak benar. Kalau sekarang menertibkan yang benar, yang tidak benar dulu ditertibkan kalau saya," tutur Faisal.


Bergitu pula dengan industri tekstil. Menurut Faisal, banyak pelaku usaha dalam negeri di sektor tekstil yang mengeluh karena di pasaran sudah banyak produk impor dari China yang harganya jauh lebih murah, sehingga menurunkan daya saing produk serupa yang berasal dari dalam negeri.



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