I. M. Saleh
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Journal : JURNAL ILMU DAN TEKNOLOGI PETERNAKAN

ANALISIS PERGESERAN PERMINTAAN KONSUMEN JEROAN SAPI LOKAL DAN IMPOR DI PASAR TRADISIONAL KOTA MAKASSAR Saleh, I. M.; Ridwan, M.
JURNAL ILMU DAN TEKNOLOGI PETERNAKAN Vol 1, No 3 (2011)
Publisher : Fakultas Peternakan Universitas Hasanuddin

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This study aims to determine the friction in demand trends and the factors that cause a friction in consumer demand for local and import offal-good ex-Australia in the traditional markets of Makassar. Purpose of this research is for information and reference for our stakeholders on demand of local and import offal-good ex-Australia in the traditional markets of Makassar. The results of this study indicate that factors that cause a friction in demand for local and import offal-good ex-Australia are: product quality, affordability, accessibility and just try. Selection of local offal-good generally caused by factors of product quality (30.00%). While the types of import offal-good ex-Australia is commonly caused by the affordability of the price (39.00%). The trend friction in consumer demand switching from local offal-good type to import offal-good ex- Australia type can be seen from the degree of acquisition and loss. The results showed that the types of Local Offal-Good decreased from 47% to 42.33%. While the types of Import Offal-Good ex-Australia have increased from 53% to 57.33%. From these findings to forecast trends Import Offal-Good ex-Australia will dominate market share Offal-Good in the Traditional Market of Makassar.   Key words: Markov analysis, Cattle offal, Meat market
ANALISIS KINERJA EKSPOR IMPOR KOMODITI PETERNAKAN DI SULAWESI SELATAN Ridwan, M.; Saleh, I. M.; Fitriani, A.
JURNAL ILMU DAN TEKNOLOGI PETERNAKAN Vol 1, No 1 (2010)
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This research aim was to evaluate performance of South Sulawesi Province in the implementation of export and import of livestock commodities using such indicators as the value of export and import, the share value of export, trade balance and ratio. The study was conducted in the Department of Industry and Trade, the Center Statistics Agency, and the Customs and Excise Duty of Makassar using a combinaton of interview method and literature review. Research results showed that export import performance has improved as indicated by an increase export volume and value of livestock commodities, a decrease import volume and value of livestock commodities. The positive trade balance was an indicator of trade domination of livestock commodities, and fluctuated ratio of trading with a tendency to increase. One aspect that did not show an improvement compared to other non-oil export value of South Sulawesi was export share of livestock commodities.   Key words: Export and import performance, Share of export, Trade balance, Ratio of trading
Analysis on Consumer Demand Friction of local and Import Offal of Cattle in Traditional Market of Makassar City Saleh, I. M.; Ridwan, M.
Jurnal Ilmu dan Teknologi Peternakan Vol 1, No 3 (2011)
Publisher : Fakultas Peternakan, Universitas Hasanuddin, Makassar

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 This study aims to determine the friction in demand trends and the factors that cause a friction in consumer demand for local and import offal-good ex-Australia in the traditional markets of Makassar. Purposes of this research is for information and reference for our stakeholders on demand of local and import offal-good ex-Australia in the traditional markets of Makassar.The results of this study indicate that factors that cause a friction in demand for local and import offal-good ex-Australia are: product quality, affordability, accessibility and just try. Selection of local offal-good generally caused by factors of product quality (30.00%). While the types of import offal-good ex-Australia is commonly caused by the affordability of the price (39.00%). The trend friction in consumer demand switching from local offal-good type to import offal-good ex- Australia type can be seen from the degree of acquisition and loss. The results showed that the types of Local Offal-Good decreased from 47% to 42.33%. While the types of Import Offal-Good ex-Australia have increased from 53% to 57.33%. From these findings to forecast trends Import Offal-Good ex-Australia will dominate market share Offal-Good in the Traditional Market of Makassar.
Performances Analysis of Exports and Imports of Livestock Commodities in South Sulawesi Ridwan, M.; Saleh, I. M.; Fitriani, A.
Jurnal Ilmu dan Teknologi Peternakan Vol 1, No 1 (2010)
Publisher : Fakultas Peternakan, Universitas Hasanuddin, Makassar

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This research aim was to evaluate performance of South Sulawesi Province in the implementation of export and import of livestock commodities using such indicators asthe value of export and import, the share value of export, trade balance and ratio. The study was conducted in the Department of Industry and Trade, the Center Statistics Agency, and the Customs and Excise Duty of Makassarusing a combinaton of interview method and literature review.Research results showed that export import performance has improved as indicated by an increase export volume andvalue of livestock commodities, a decrease import volume and value of livestock commodities.The positive trade balance was an indicator of trade domination of livestock commodities, and fluctuated ratio of trading with a tendency to increase. One aspectthat did not show an improvement compared to other non-oil export value of South Sulawesi was export share of livestock commodities.
Analysis on Consumer Demand Friction of local and Import Offal of Cattle in Traditional Market of Makassar City Saleh, I. M.; Ridwan, M.; Ja'far, .
Jurnal Ilmu dan Teknologi Peternakan Vol 1, No 3 (2011)
Publisher : Fakultas Peternakan, Universitas Hasanuddin, Makassar

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 This study aims to determine the friction in demand trends and the factors that cause a friction in consumer demand for local and import offal-good ex-Australia in the traditional markets of Makassar. Purposes of this research is for information and reference for our stakeholders on demand of local and import offal-good ex-Australia in the traditional markets of Makassar.The results of this study indicate that factors that cause a friction in demand for local and import offal-good ex-Australia are: product quality, affordability, accessibility and just try. Selection of local offal-good generally caused by factors of product quality (30.00%). While the types of import offal-good ex-Australia is commonly caused by the affordability of the price (39.00%). The trend friction in consumer demand switching from local offal-good type to import offal-good ex- Australia type can be seen from the degree of acquisition and loss. The results showed that the types of Local Offal-Good decreased from 47% to 42.33%. While the types of Import Offal-Good ex-Australia have increased from 53% to 57.33%. From these findings to forecast trends Import Offal-Good ex-Australia will dominate market share Offal-Good in the Traditional Market of Makassar.
Performances Analysis of Exports and Imports of Livestock Commodities in South Sulawesi Ridwan, M.; Saleh, I. M.; Fitriani, A.
Jurnal Ilmu dan Teknologi Peternakan Vol 1, No 1 (2010)
Publisher : Fakultas Peternakan, Universitas Hasanuddin, Makassar

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Abstract

This research aim was to evaluate performance of South Sulawesi Province in the implementation of export and import of livestock commodities using such indicators asthe value of export and import, the share value of export, trade balance and ratio. The study was conducted in the Department of Industry and Trade, the Center Statistics Agency, and the Customs and Excise Duty of Makassarusing a combinaton of interview method and literature review.Research results showed that export import performance has improved as indicated by an increase export volume andvalue of livestock commodities, a decrease import volume and value of livestock commodities.The positive trade balance was an indicator of trade domination of livestock commodities, and fluctuated ratio of trading with a tendency to increase. One aspectthat did not show an improvement compared to other non-oil export value of South Sulawesi was export share of livestock commodities.