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Manufacturing Exports Projected to Increase 7.5% PDF Print E-mail
Written by Maizer   
Wednesday, 06 February 2019

The government targets non-oil and gas processing industry exports to grow 7.5% in 2019. Improved manufacturing performance, strengthening of the main export market, and penetration into non-traditional markets are the focus of the government to hoist exports.



This was conveyed by Minister of Industry Airlangga Hartarto. The target is pegged after considering global economic growth of 3.7% and the existence of 12 trade agreements that will be completed this year.



He explained, manufacturing industries that contribute up to 74% of the export value must be encouraged to strengthen non-oil and gas exports. Therefore, export-oriented industries need to be encouraged to improve the structure of the economy.



"So, in 2019, we will further boost the industrial sector to increase exports, especially those with more capacity. It is hoped that there will be an improvement in the global economy, so as to encourage even higher non-oil exports in 2019," Airlangga said.



He explained, the government would boost the performance of five leading sectors on the Making Indonesia 4.0 road map.



According to him, the five sectors are the food and beverage industry, textiles and clothing, automotive, electronics, and chemicals.



The five sectors are recorded to contribute 65% to the total value of national exports, contribute 60% to gross domestic product (GDP), and absorb 60% of all industrial labor.



In addition, other sectors that have great potential to develop are the jewelry, machinery, furniture, fish processing and horticulture industries. The sectorors recorded export performance which was considered capable of supporting the national economy.



Airlangga said, based on the president's direction, the quality of export products will continue to be boosted and high-value-added products must be boosted by performance. The government will try to attract investment and carry out downstreaming to substitute imported products.



"Other policies in the context of increasing export competitiveness in the next 1 to 3 years include improving the business climate through online single submission (OSS) systems, tax incentive facilities, vocational programs, simplifying procedures to reduce export costs, and selecting commodities superior, "he explained.



Based on data from the Ministry of Industry, exports of non-oil and gas processing industries have increased in the past 4 years. In 2015, the value of manufactured exports reached US $ 108.6 billion and rose to US $ 110.5 billion in 2016.



Then, in 2017, the value of manufacturing exports increased to US $ 125.1 billion and continued to increase to US $ 129.9 billion last year.




Ekspor Manufaktur Diproyeksi Naik 7,5%




Pemerintah menargetkan ekspor industri pengolahan nonmigas tumbuh 7,5% pada 2019. Peningkatan kinerja manufaktur, penguatan pasar ekspor utama, dan penetrasi ke pasar nontradisional menjadi fokus pemerintah untuk mengerek ekspor.



Hal tersebut disampaikan Menteri Perindustrian Airlangga Hartarto. Target tersebut dipatok setelah mempertimbangkan pertumbuhan ekonomi global sebesar 3,7% dan adanya 12 perjanjian dagang yang akan dirampungkan pada tahun ini.



Dia menjelaskan, industri manufaktur yang berkontribusi hingga 74% terhadap nilai ekspor harus digenjot untuk memperkuat ekspor nonmigas. Oleh karena itu, industri yang berorientasi ekspor perlu didorong untuk memperbaiki struktur perekonomian.



"Jadi, pada 2019, kami akan lebih genjot lagi sektor industri untuk meningkatkan ekspor, terutama yang punya kapasitas lebih. Diharapkan ada perbaikan ekonomi global, sehingga bisa mendorong ekspor nonmigas lebih tinggi lagi pada 2019,” ujar Airlangga.



Dia menjelaskan, pemerintah akan mendongkrak kinerja lima sektor unggulan dalam peta jalan Making Indonesia 4.0.



Menurutnya, kelima sektor tersebut adalah industri makanan dan minuman, tekstil dan pakaian, otomotif, elektronik, serta kimia.



Kelima sektor tersebut tercatat memberikan kontribusi 65% terhadap total nilai ekspor nasional, berkontribusi 60% terhadap produk domestik bruto (PDB), dan menyerap 60% dari seluruh tenaga kerja industri.



Selain itu, sektor lain yang berpotensi besar untuk dikembangkan adalah industri perhiasan, permesinan, furnitur, pengolahan ikan, dan hortikultura. Sektorsektor tersebut mencatatkan kinerja ekspor yang dinilai mampu menopang perekonomian nasional.



Airlangga menyampaikan, berdasarkan arahan presiden, kualitas produk ekspor akan terus didongkrak dan produk bernilai tambah tinggi harus digenjot kinerjanya. Pemerintah akan berupaya menarik investasi serta menjalankan hilirisasi untuk substitusi produk impor.



"Kebijakan lainnya dalam rangka meningkatkan daya saing ekspor dalam kurun 1 tahun-3 tahun ke depan, antara lain perbaikan iklim usaha melalui sistem online single submission (OSS), fasilitas insentif perpajakan, program vokasi, penyederhanaan prosedur untuk mengurangi biaya ekspor, dan pemilihan komoditas unggulan,” paparnya.



Berdasarkan data Kementerian Perindustrian, ekspor industri pengolahan nonmigas tercatat meningkat dalam 4 tahun terakhir. Pada 2015, nilai ekspor produk manufaktur mencapai US$108,6 miliar dan naik menjadi US$110,5 miliar pada 2016.



Lalu, pada 2017, nilai ekspor manufaktur meningkat menjadi US$125,1 miliar dan terus meningkat menjadi US$129,9 miliar pada tahun lalu.


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