Imported goods circulating in Indonesia are dominated by China.
Based on the report of Statistic Central Agency (BPS) in
January-April 2016, the imported goods of non-oil from China
reached 9.65%, or 25.76% of total imports.
"A quarter of imported products into Indonesia are
originally from China," said Deputy Distribution and Services
Statistics BPS, Sasmito Hadiwibowo, in a press conference in his
office, Jakarta, Monday (16/05/2016).
"We import a lot from China, and China's role of
imports can be above 25% is enormous," he explained.
Meanwhile, exports from Indonesia to China is very low. Besides
China, the second largest share of imports into Indonesia is Japan
with US $ 4.10 billion. Then it is followed by Thailand with US $
3.05 billion or 8.15% of total imports.
"The imported goods from China are quite varied. Ranging
from electronic goods, machinery, food, plastics, chemicals,
vehicles, and others. The imports from Japan and Thailand are the
vehicles and machines," he said.
As to so many imports from China, Japan, Thailand entering
Indonesia, we are hoping the producers of those countries will also
file their IP rights here. Indonesia is the fourth largest
population in the world that makes this country a big market. It is
important for the producers to protect their goods in aspect of
intellectual property rights in order not to loose their benefits
in this big market.
We can assist you to get your IP protections in Indonesia to get
the utmost economical advantages of your products since Am Badar
& Partners is the largest and credible intellectual property
firm in Indonesia. We are determined to continue leading Indonesia
market as we have position throughout our 50-years history. We take
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Source: Detik Finance
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