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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 FLUKTUASI EKSPOR BEBERAPA PRODUK PERTANIAN INDONESIA DI NEGARA MITRA UTAMA Lubis, Adrian D.
Buletin Ilmiah Litbang Perdagangan Vol 5, No 1 (2011)
Publisher : Trade Analysis and Development Agency, Ministry of Trade of Republic of Indonesia

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developing countries ha ve built special safeguard mechanism (ssm) proposal in order to protect their agricultural products. By using seasoality method test, mann-Kendall test, and control chart, the study found out that export pattern of Indonesia’s agricultural products is not in line with the existing ssm proposal. the agricultural products of coffee and tea showed significant seasonal pattern of export to India’s market. other agricultural products of cacao and its processed products also presented significant seasonal pattern of export to malaysia, singapore and china . Meanwhile, vegetable oil and fats did not show significant seasonal pattern of export to importing countries. on the ssm proposal, Indonesia should promote the minimum level of 19.92 persen, which is higher than developing countries proposal of maximum 10%.
PENGARUH KEBIJAKAN TARIF IMPOR GULA TERHADAP INTEGRASI PASAR GULA DOMESTIK DAN DUNIA Subekti, Nugroho Ari; Carolina, Anita
Buletin Ilmiah Litbang Perdagangan Vol 5, No 1 (2011)
Publisher : Trade Analysis and Development Agency, Ministry of Trade of Republic of Indonesia

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this paper aims to analyze the sugar domestic market integration with the world sugar market, and the influence of sugar impor tariff policy towards integration of the domestic and world sugar market. We observe variables namely domestic price sugar (gKP), world raw sugar price (RAW), world white sugar price (ReFINed), import tariff raw sugar (tAXRAW), dan import tariff white sugar (tAXReFINed) during period of 1998.1 - 2010.12. To find the integration of all variables, we use Johansen Cointegration test, Vector Error Correction Model approach that provide us two quantitative measurements, (i) impulse response function; (ii) variance decomposition. this research concludes that all variables have an integration. sugar import tariff imposed by the government were influenced by market integration. The result of impulse response function shows that every variables has response to shock from other variables and the result of variance decomposition. In general, it can be stated that each variable can explain to each other in case of a shock to one variable, but the portion of the explanation of each variable is still dominated by itself. In order to improve the performance of the domestic sugar market, we proposed the following policy recommendations: 1) Increase the number of Listed Importer (It) to reduce the high market concentration; 2) Apply hedging mechanism by using forwards or futures contracts instrument with the longer maturities; 3) encourage revitalization of domestic sugar industry, because the tariff will soon be eliminated in 2015 (AseAN market integration) and 2020 (global market integration).
EKSPOR KOMODITI DASAR PADAT KARYA INDONESIA, 2000-2009 Asra, Abuzar
Buletin Ilmiah Litbang Perdagangan Vol 5, No 1 (2011)
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during 2000-2009, Indonesia’s export of labor intensive primary commodities grew faster than the growth of Indonesia’s total export, indicating its increasing role in Indonesia’s trade. Most of this export went to three countries: Japan, America and Singapore (JAS). The available information shows that the share of Indonesia’s labor intensive primary commodities in the JAS’ import of these commodities increased during 2000-2009, while the share of Indonesia’s export to JAS’ total import remained the same. It shows that the level of market penetration of labor intensive primary commodities to JAS was higher than that of all commodities. This study uses the constant market share (cms) Analysis to evaluate the performance of Indonesia’s export of labor intensive primary commodities to JAS during the 2000’s. CMS analysis finds that during the 2000’s, with the exception of 2000-2003, Indonesia’s total export and export of labor intensive primary commodities to JAS rose in line with the increase in world’s export to these three countries. on the whole, except for 2006-2009, the export performance of Indonesia’s labor intensive primary commodities to JAS was better than the performance of Indonesia’s total export to JAS. This is due to the positive effect of both commodity composition and competitiveness during 2000-2003 and 2003-2006. For 2006-2009, the performance of Indonesia’s export of labor intensive primary commodities to JAS, relative to the world’s export of the same commodities to JAS, was discouraging, due to a significantly negative commodity composition effect. As export of these commodities, especially to JAS, is important, viewed from both employment creation and foreign exchange generation, it is then necessary to find ways to improve its performance.
ANALISIS DAYA SAING DAN KESIAPAN INDONESIA DALAM RANGKA INTEGRASI ASEAN : STUDI KASUS AUTOMOTIVES, RUBBER BASED, DAN AGRO BASED PRODUCTS Lubis, Adrian D.
Buletin Ilmiah Litbang Perdagangan Vol 5, No 1 (2011)
Publisher : Trade Analysis and Development Agency, Ministry of Trade of Republic of Indonesia

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In AseAN economic community-Aec by 2015, Indonesia is predicted still left behind in competitiveness from other AseAN countries, particularly singapore, malaysia and thailand. Based on the AseAN trade data base, Indonesia has only 2 sector industry which have competitiveness from the 12 priority sector in Aec’s blue print. this paper aims, firstly, to analyse the impact of integration among AseAN countries on the performance of industrial linkages automotives, rubber based, agro based products in Indonesia. secondly, to determine the impact of liberalization among AseAN countries on a map of the competitiveness of automotives industry, rubber based, agro based products in Indonesia, thirdly, to know how the readiness the trade facilitation in sectors priority of automotives, rubber based and agro based products, and finally to determine the policy formulation of the priority sector in the preparation of the implementation of the Aec. the result suggest that almost of 3 industries, Indonesia is with low level IIt and competitiveness (RcAB). moreover, Indonesia still attracts FdI in order to increase the performance of IIt dan RcAB.
ANALISIS STRUKTUR DAN POTENSI PERDAGANGAN INDONESIA-TURKI Alhayat, Aditya Paramitha
Buletin Ilmiah Litbang Perdagangan Vol 5, No 1 (2011)
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since distance is considered as a barrier to trade in the contemporary world, it is perceive that all countries become important markets for exporters. For Indonesia, turkey is considered as high potential market as well as a gateway of trade and investment with its proximity to major markets such as europe, middle east and Caucasus. Therefore, this paper aims to define complementary trade structure, relations, and intensity between Indonesia and Turkey. It also identifies the sectors that have comparative advantage and potential for Indonesian products in the turkish market.this study shows that the level of trade complementarity between Indonesia and turkey are high and there is high intra-industry trade on some products. this is an important indication that stangthening trade relations may have a positive impact for both countries in the future because of mutual cooperation. In addition, indicative potential trade provides additional information about Indonesia’s export products that can be developed further related to a high demand in turkey
PERANAN SEKTOR BAJA DALAM PEREKONOMIAN INDONESIA Hasni, .; Manulang, Hiras
Buletin Ilmiah Litbang Perdagangan Vol 5, No 1 (2011)
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this study investigates the role of steel industri on Indonesia’s economy through its linkages with other sectors. It also discusses industrial strategies to develop steel industry and trade. By using ackward and forward linkages methods, drawn from an input-output table, the importance of iron and steel industry for other sectors of the Indonesian national industry is clear. moreover, investment in various sectors, the price of steel, and the exchange rate affect the existence and growth of the steel industry. macroeconomy indicators, such as the consumption of cement, car and retail sales, as well as the performance of the construction sector also give important contributions to the growth of the iron and steel industry sector.

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