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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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ANALISIS KINERJA PERDAGANGAN SEKTOR ELEKTRONIK SEBELUM DAN SETELAH PELAKSANAAN CAFTA Lubis, Adrian D.
Buletin Ilmiah Litbang Perdagangan Vol 4, No 2 (2010)
Publisher : Trade Analysis and Development Agency, Ministry of Trade of Republic of Indonesia

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A lot of worries are emerging regarding to the negative impact of China ASEAN Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA) to domestic electronic industry. Yet, this kind of study using Trade Specialization Index, Bilateral Revealed Comparative Advantage and GTAP found that the trade deficit has occurred long before the implementation of CAFTA.Therefore, in order to encourage domestic electronic industry to improving its ability to take advantage of CAFTA implementation, government and private sector has to find win-win solution for producing some policies. These policies include cost production reducing, human source productivity increasing through some useful training and new technology application in producing high value added electronic products.
PEMASARAN PRODUK-PRODUK UKM PIK (PUSAT/PERKAMPUNGAN INDUSTRI KECIL) PULOGADUNG1 Wiranta, Sukarna
Buletin Ilmiah Litbang Perdagangan Vol 4, No 2 (2010)
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Small businesses in Indonesia have a critical role in national economy, judging from the number of companies and workers involved in the business. Based on the data from the Board of Statistics (CBS) in 2006, has shown that small and medium businesses in Indonesia were 48.9 million principal or 99.9 percent of total business. The number of workers involved in small business was recorded about 50 million or 90 percent of the total employed by 2010. This study aims to evaluate the performances of small scale industries in PIK Pulogadung which uses criteria of effectiveness and efficiency of its owners/managers of the company. Based on the study, most of the respondents where classified as the traders (90%), while the crafter is only 5%. Thus, the PIK is likely the market of textiles and products of textiles (TPT), and footwear products. However, the channel distribution mostly directly from producer to consumers, although there were used big retailer network.
FAKTOR PENENTU INSTABILITAS HARGA PRODUK BERBASIS IMPOR (Kedele dan Gula) Nuryati, Yati; Nur, Yudha Hadian; Prabowo, Dwi Wahyuniarti
Buletin Ilmiah Litbang Perdagangan Vol 4, No 2 (2010)
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Price stability of staple food needs is one of the government’s policy priorities in anticipating the negative impact of the global economic crisis. Price instability in the long term could impact on high inflation, falling of purchasing power and political manipulation that would interfere the availability of strategic food products. The high price of staple food needs will certainly disturb the national food security. The aims of ths study is analyzing the factors that influence the instability of soybean and sugar price and determine how domestic patterns of integration and the price mechanism, as well as offering the necessary policy formulation related to the stabilization effort on imported base of staple food needs. Analysis using descriptive qualitative and quantitative dynamic econometric model that is structural vector autoregression (sVAR) and error correction model (ECM) using monthly time series data in 2000-2009. There is a strong integration between the world market commodity prices with price stability of soybean and sugar prices where transmission occurs in about 2-14 months. World price shocks and the impact of imports on price increases and reaches equilibrium at a higher price level. The mechanism of the international market is still strong enough to affect soybean and sugar domestic market. The implication show that price on imported base product such as sugar and soybeans still necessary to be implemented.
EFEKTIFITAS KEBIJAKAN IMPOR PRODUK TERTENTU (PERMENDAG No. 56/M-DAG/PER/12/2008) Hasni, .
Buletin Ilmiah Litbang Perdagangan Vol 4, No 2 (2010)
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Permendag 56/M-DAG/PER/12/2008 published in hopes of reducing illegal imports of products circulating in the regulated import of certain products are footwear, electronics, toys, food and beverages, and textiles. Imports of certain products can only be done by companies that have been designated as a Registered Importer (IT) Certain products and through specific ports set by the government. During the year 2009 the realization of the import of certain products has been decreasing over the last 5 years after its imports keeps rising high between 25% -43% per year, this shows that government policy has been to reduce the import of certain products.
PROSPEK PERDAGANGAN INDONESIA, CINA DAN INDIA MELALUI ANALISA GRAVITY MODEL Bary, Pakasa
Buletin Ilmiah Litbang Perdagangan Vol 4, No 2 (2010)
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Global growth has shrunk affected by 2008 global financial crisis, especially contributed by advanced economies that experienced strongest decline. Indeed, it also affected their production and their demand of inputs, and hence decreased exports of countries providing upstream commodities. Meanwhile, China and India record a remarkable growth and only slightly affected by the crisis. Consistently, percentage of Indonesian exports to China and India, especially raw commodities, has been rising since 2008, and likely to increase furthermore in the future. This paper applies simple gravity model to evaluate the sensitivity of productions or income of these three economies on Indonesian exports to China and India. Using various methods and assumptions, estimation results suggest strong sensitivity of importers’ income and production. Indeed, it is likely that Indonesian exports to China and India will increase furthermore and hence boosting Indonesia economic growth along with China and India, making them the next growth triangle in Asia. While China nowadays is the strongest demand source for Indonesian exports, India may be the significant contributor in the near future. Nevertheless, there still must be significant reform in trade barriers and domestic economic strategy to support this potency in globalized world.
POTENSI PENGEMBANGAN PASAR JAMU Wicaksena, Bagus; Subekti, Nugroho Ari
Buletin Ilmiah Litbang Perdagangan Vol 4, No 2 (2010)
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Indonesia is a biodiversity country with nine thousand herbs which have the potential as raw materials for traditional medicine, popularly known as Jamu. Jamu is a home industrial product that can be beneficial for economy development through job creation, large number of enterprises of about 90% are small industries, and multiplier-effect created for added value product from upstream to downstream industry. This research shows that the declaration of “Jamu Brand Indonesia” has significant role to build public awareness to consume in which some consumers are to reduce consumption. The reasons due to its low standard in which jamu with chemicals contents, as well as its less competitiveness to import and pharmaceutical products.Nonetheless, most respondents’s perceptions like jamu is “product of Indonesia”, the efficacious supplement product, natural-content based product, and affordable price product must be comprehensively managed by inter-relationship among producer, the government, and academician to rise its competitiveness to pharmaceutical products. This research recomends stipulated policy and selected strategy should be aimed in order to reach 4 M Mode;: Modern, Mutu Tinggi (High Quality), Murah (Affordable), and Memasyarakat (Community Oriented).

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