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Exports and Manufacturing Investment Continues to be Speeded Up PDF Print E-mail
Written by Maizer   
Wednesday, 20 February 2019

The government is prioritizing an increase in investment and exports to improve the structure of the national economy. These two factors are also key to spurring Indonesia's competitiveness to be more competitive both at regional and global levels.

 

According the Minister of Industry, his party is focusing on boosting investment and exports in five priority sectors in Making Indonesia 4.0, namely the food and beverage industry, textile and clothing, automotive, chemical and electronics.

 

The Ministry of Industry noted that the realization of the total value of investment in the manufacturing industry sector throughout 2018 reached Rp222.3 trillion. The sectors that were the main pillars were the metal, machinery and electronics industry, and the medical, precision, optical and clock instruments industry with a value of Rp. 60.12 trillion.

 

Then, followed by the food industry with an investment value of IDR 56.60 trillion, chemical and pharmaceutical industries IDR 39.31 trillion, motor vehicle industry and other transportation equipment IDR 14.85 trillion, paper and printing industry IDR 11.84 trillion, and metal mineral industry IDR 10, 63 trillion.

 

Furthermore, investment in the rubber and plastic industries amounted to Rp9.40 trillion, the textile industry Rp.7.68 trillion, the timber industry Rp.5.23 trillion, the leather goods and footwear industry Rp3.54 trillion, and other industries Rp3.04 trillion.

 

With the formula applied, it is expected that there will be a significant jump in national economic growth. This will support the Making Indonesia 4.0 target, which is in the top 10 strongest economies in the world by 2030.

 

In this case, the Ministry of Industry is seriously implementing the downstream industry policy, which is also capable of carrying a chain effect on employment and foreign exchange earnings

 

 

Ekspor dan Investasi Manufaktur Terus Dikebut

 

 

Pemerintah sedang memprioritaskan peningkatan investasi dan ekspor guna memperbaiki struktur perekonomian nasional. Dua faktor tersebut, juga menjadi kunci untuk memacu daya saing Indonesia agar lebih kompetitif baik di tingkat regional maupun global.

 

Menurut Menperin, pihaknya tengah fokus menggenjot investasi dan ekspor di lima sektor yang menjadi prioritas dalam Making Indonesia 4.0, yaitu industri makanan dan minuman, tekstil dan pakaian, otomotif, kimia, dan elektronika.

 

Kementerian Perindustrian mencatat, realisasi total nilai investasi di sektor industri manufaktur sepanjang tahun 2018 mencapai Rp222,3 triliun. Adapun sektor yang menjadi penopang utamanya yakni, industri logam, mesin dan elektronika, dan industri instrumen kedokteran, presisi, optik dan jam dengan nilai sebesar Rp60,12 triliun.

 

Kemudian, disusul industri makanan dengan nilai investasi mencapai Rp56,60 triliun, industri kimia dan farmasi Rp39,31 triliun, industri kendaraan bermotor dan alat transportasi lain Rp14,85 triliun, industri kertas dan percetakan Rp11,84 triliun, serta industri mineral logam Rp10,63 triliun.

 

Selanjutnya, investasi industri karet dan plastik sebesar Rp9,40 triliun, industri tekstil Rp7,68 triliun, industri kayu Rp5,23 triliun, industri barang dari kulit dan alas kaki Rp3,54 triliun, serta industri lainnya Rp3,04 triliun.

 

Dengan formula yang diterapkan tersebut, diharapkan terjadi loncatan pertumbuhan ekonomi nasional yang signifikan. Hal ini akan mendukung target Making Indonesia 4.0, yakni masuk 10 besar perekonomian terkuat di dunia pada tahun 2030.

 

Dalam hal ini, Kemenperin serius menjalankan kebijakan hilirisasi industri, yang juga mampu membawa efek berantai pada penyerapan tenaga kerja dan penerimaan devisa

 

 
		
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