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Buletin Ilmiah Litbang Perdagangan
ISSN : 19799187     EISSN : 25282751     DOI : -
Core Subject : Economy,
First published in 2007, Buletin Ilmiah Litbang Perdagangan (BILP) is a scientific journal published by the Trade Analysis dan Development Agency (Badan Pengkajian dan Pengembangan Perdagangan - BPPP), Ministry of Trade, Republic of Indonesia. This bulletin is expected to be a media of dissemination and analysis of research results to be used as references for academics, practitioners, policy-makers, and the general public. In collaboration with professional associations, The Indonesian Society of Agricultural Economics (Perhimpunan Ekonomi Pertanian Indonesia - PERHEPI), BILP publishes research reports and analysis of trade sector and/or sector-related trade which have not been published in any other journals/scholarly publications, either in Bahasa Indonesia or English. Publishing twice a year in July and December, this Bulletin is directly disseminated to stakeholders both in print and online.
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KINERJA PERDAGANGAN SERTA STRATEGI EKSPOR PRODUK-PRODUK PHARMACEUTICAL DAN KOSMETIK BERBASIS HERBAL INDONESIA DI PASAR DUNIA Arianti, Reni K.; Hasni, .
Buletin Ilmiah Litbang Perdagangan Vol 4, No 1 (2010)
Publisher : Trade Analysis and Development Agency, Ministry of Trade of Republic of Indonesia

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Industrial development of herbal medicine, cosmetics and health foods in Indonesia today has grown substantially. utilization of natural resources, especially of medicinal species, will continue, in connection with the Indonesian nation strong linkages to the cultural tradition of using traditional medicine. This trend has extended to the whole world and is known as the “new green wave” or a lifestyle trend “back to nature”. Indonesia as one giant center (mega center) biodiversity, but only about 600 species of plants, 1000 species of animals and 1000 species of microorganism that has been known and utilized by the community potential. Indonesia has a high potential for use as a commercial industry development of herbal medicine, cosmetics and health-oriented food exports. Pharmaceutical and cosmetic products based on herbal Indonesia during the last five years (2003-2007) of each export growth average of 7.1 % and 16.9 % per year. Share growth of Indonesian herbal-based pharmaceutical products in the world market is only 3.9 % per year while the world market demand grew 15.5 % per year, while the share of Indonesian herbal cosmetics in the world market and 13.5% of world market demand grew 13.1 % .The structure of the herbal pharmaceutical products exported Indonesia to the world market has not been in line with the structure of product demand in world markets .Indonesian exports more the form of herbal ingredients than finished products (drug/cosmetics), while the world market demand be seen otherwise. This opens the opportunity for Indonesia to expand its market in the world. To be able to take advantage of existing opportunities, Indonesia needs to have effective strategies, such as Indonesia needs to focus on products that have a cluster “Natural Beauty”, the increase in value added herbal products, switching technology, raw material processing, the application of standard CPOTB with mentoring programs, vertical integration with industry in the importing countries will support the cosmetic raw material export activities, information provision and promotion of sustainable export of herbal products.
ANALISIS FAKTOR YANG MEMPENGARUHI KINERJA EKSPOR INDONESIA Lubis, Adrian D.
Buletin Ilmiah Litbang Perdagangan Vol 4, No 1 (2010)
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Price and gross domestic product are always use as variables to predict the Indonesian export performance, and it is assumpted that aggragate price and gross domestic product will change 30 to 70 percent it’s performance. This study will build new another assumption to predict the Indonesian export performance. This study use multiregression analysist, and found that Indonesia export tiedly dependent on ten major partners. They are Australia, China, france, germany, Japan, Korea Rep., Malaysia, Thailand, united Kingdom and united States. Indonesia export performance to those partners is influenced by fluctuation of their GDP per capita. This study also found that the Indonesia export performance for agricultural and industrial goods in general depend on fluctuation of comodity price, gdp per capita, and real exchange rate.
KAJIAN DAMPAK EKONOMI PEMBENTUKAN KAWASAN EKONOMI KHUSUS Sihaloho, Tumpal; Muna, Naufa
Buletin Ilmiah Litbang Perdagangan Vol 4, No 1 (2010)
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The purpose of this study was to identify problems in the economic area and to analyze the impact of the establishment of Special economic zones (Sez) on the growth of investment, trade and labor. This study used a qualitative descriptive analysis of the legal and institutional aspects, infrastructure and planning, as well as incentives and financing. This study also used the Incremental Capital Output Ratio analysis (ICOR), Output Ratio Incremental Labour (ILOR) and the Location Quotient (LQ) to 12 (twelve) areas that suggest themselves into KEK: Sumatera Utara, Riau, South Sumatera, Banten, West Java, Central Java, east Java, West Kalimantan, Central Kalimantan, east Kalimantan, South Sulawesi and Central Sulawesi. The results showed that the common problems faced by the economic area is the provision of incentives that are not in accordance with the conditions of the region, and the lack of consistency between the rules that become the foundation and establishment of economic zones and the supporting regulations. from this study it is known that West Java and Banten region has the potential economic impact that relatively better than other regions.
KAJIAN RANTAI PASOKAN DAN PENGANEKARAGAMAN KONSUMSI PANGAN BERBASIS PRODUK UMBI-UMBIAN : STUDI KASUS JAWA BARAT Sukesi, Heny
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Supply chain of tubers research in West Java purpose to study accelerating consumption diversification based local content food, especially tubers product. According to industrial cluster and one village one product (OVOP) approach chose 5 regency in West Java as research region. West java has potentially tubers are cassava and sweet potato. The cassava production in West Java annually achieves 2 million tones, whereas its potential production approximaly 4 million tones. The production of sweet potato in West Java achieves 390 thousand tones, whereas its potential production about 700 thousand tones. The cassava production at 5 regency overall more than 1 million tones, whereas its potential production can reach almost 2 million tons a year. The sweet potato production at 5 regency overall is 220 thousand tones, whereas its potential production is 350 thousand tons a year. According to potency of production as mention above, the tuber supply chain in West Java has already builded on traditional chain, either that begin from small farmer (the holder of limited farm) or large farmer/trader which those managed through developing distribution line. It in line with product diversification including tuber flavor and other tuber product. In the future,the tuber product development will give big the market opportunity either for trader/farmer or other related stakeholder.
ANALISIS KEPENTINGAN SPECIAL SAFEGUARD MECHANISM INDONESIA DALAM NEGOSIASI PERTANIAN DI WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION (WTO) Lubis, Adrian Darmawan; Mutakin, Firman; Arianti, Reni K.
Buletin Ilmiah Litbang Perdagangan Vol 4, No 1 (2010)
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Multilateral liberalization negotiations at the World Trade Organization is currently discussing the issue of protecting domestic producers from import surge through the scheme of Special Safeguard Mechanism (SSM). SSM negotiations currently discussing the method of determining the value of SSM trigger. The results of this study found that the three-month Moving Average Method-by not using pro-rating-is the best method of determining SSM trigger value for Indonesia. However, data limitations led Indonesia to only be able to monitor changes in price for 5.67% of total agricultural products are traded. Therefore, it is necessary to establish institutions that are authorized to analyze the impact of changes in prices and imports, where the results will be used as a determinant when the SSM is implemented.
ANALISIS PELUANG DAN TANTANGAN INDONESIA DALAM MENINGKATKAN EKSPOR MAKANAN OLAHAN: STUDI KASUS NEGARA TUJUAN EKSPOR VIETNAM Ernawati, .
Buletin Ilmiah Litbang Perdagangan Vol 4, No 1 (2010)
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In 2007, the government of Indonesia had a target to increase export of processed food products by 6.6% of 2007’s export value; it is about US$ 148.67 million. Of this value 63.02% (US$93.77 million) was targeted coming from Vietnam’s export. How Indonesia should reach this target?. utilizing the data provided by the Ministry of Trade, International Trade Center (ITC), and World Integrated Trade Solution (WITS) the study has tried to answer this question. This study has the objectives: (1) to determine Indonesian opportunity to increase processed food products in Vietnam market by using trade performance indicator, and (2) to determine the comparative advantage of the processed-food products which already identified in the first step using the Revealed Comparative Index (RCA). This study also utilized the primary data collected from the interview.This study concluded that Indonesia still had opportunity to increase exports to Vietnam, particularly on processed food products on which Vietnam does not has competitive advantage. These products included HS 15 (Animal, vegetable fats and oils, cleavage products, etc), 08 (edible fruits, nuts, peel of citrus fruit, melons) , HS 03 (Fish, crustaceans, molluscs, aquatic invertebrates nes), HS 09 (Coffee, tea, maté and Spices), 24 HS (Tobacco and manufactured tobacco substitutes) and HS 21 (Miscellaneous edible preparations). However, this opportunity was even bigger if Indonesia can improve its competitiveness and products value added. It can be done by enhancing the products packaging.
KLAUSULA BAKU DALAM BIDANG PERUMAHAN Nur, Yudha Hadian; Carolina, Ratna Anita
Buletin Ilmiah Litbang Perdagangan Vol 4, No 1 (2010)
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Standard agreement is one of the instruments used in the business that aim to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of transactions conducted between businesses and consumers. But the problem that often occurs is the standard agreement does not reflect a balanced position between businesses and consumers. In line with this problem, this study aims to identify deviations to the provisions of Article 18 of Consumer Protection Law on standard clauses, particularly in the housing sector, and identify consumer understanding of the existence of standard clauses and the impact after the signing the sale purchase agreement (PPJB) of house. This study was conducted in five regions namely Jabodetabek, Bandung, Surabaya, Batam and Makassar. The analytical method used collecting data the depth interviews with stakeholders, analysis of the contents of the PPJB document, and the descriptive analysis of the survey to the consumer respondents. The results of this study show that in general, there are several housing developers who include standard clauses that are prohibited in the PPJB of house and other documents which are an integral part of the PPJB. In addition, the analysis also show that although the consumer has read the PPJB document, the average consumer does not understand the intent of these agreements. This is due to the bonafides developers and confidence to the developers. Based on that problem, it is needed to increased sosialization of the rights and obligations of the consumers and businessmen to create the conducive business climate in the context of consumer protection.
KAJIAN PRAKTEK CARA MENJUAL DALAM BISNIS RITEL DAN STRATEGI PENGAWASANNYA Sukesi, Heny
Buletin Ilmiah Litbang Perdagangan Vol 4, No 1 (2010)
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Nowadays, retail business in Indonesia shows a rapid development. This condition drives the retail businessmen to undertake various ways to grab the market by conducting selling practices such as giving discount, prize, voucher and promotion..Current selling practices display an indication of deceit and trickery towards consumers. On the other hand, monitoring efforts for consumer protection have not been optimal. This is due to the lack of regulation and technical guidance monitoring handbook. The aim of this article is to know the condition and selling practices in retail business as well as to formulate a monitoring strategy. Juridical normative.Sociological method are use to analyze selling practice and the problems of business retail. The results shows that several countries are more advanced and established in monitoring selling practices and selling practices in Indonesia use many deceitful selling practices.A detailed technical and operational guideline is required to regulate selling practices of retail business.

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