EKSPORT and IMPORT in Jakarta Capital City (Januari 2013)
Posted: Aug 22, 2013
Category: Export & Import
Export value of Jakarta Capital City
1. Export through Jakarta Capital City
Export value through Jakarta in November 2012 reached 4162.89 million U.S. dollars, an increase of 1.12 per cent of the export value in October 2012 that reached 4116.76 million U.S. dollars, and when compared with the same month export value in 2011, export value in November 2012 was also 8.80 percent higher.
2. Export Product in Jakarta Capital City
Exports that have large and direct impact on the economy of Jakarta is the export of the products generated by the business units that are domiciled in Jakarta area and exported through the port of Jakarta DKI Jakarta and export products are exported through other ports such as Lampung, and Central Java east, and others. The series of production is processes and distribution channels ranging from the handling of raw materials to be processed to be ready for export commodities, all activities that will create jobs and at the same time would be to generate income in Jakarta.
The export value of products Jakarta in November 2012 reached 1,125,84 million U.S. dollars, an increase of 7.10 percent from October 2012, which reached 1051.21 million U.S. dollars, and 22.36 percent higher than the value of exports in the previous year.
Contribution of the export value of Jakarta products to total export value through Jakarta in November 2012 reached 27.04 percent, up 1.51 points from the previous month to reach 25.53 percent.
3. Primary Market and Domain Market of Export in Jakarta Capital City
In November 2012, the state became the main market in each region is Singapore for the ASEAN region with the export value of 97.95 million U.S. dollars; India for the Asian region with a value of 134.77 million U.S. dollars export; United States of America with a value of export 96.27 million U.S. dollars, and Australia for Australia and Oceania region with export value of 55.55 million U.S. dollars.
The role of export value of Jakarta 3rd main destination countries, namely India, Singapore, and the United States reached 29.22 percent, with each value reached 134.77 million U.S. dollars; 97.95 million U.S. dollars, and 96.27 million U.S. dollars. The largest increase exports of Jakarta products in November 2012 against the previous month were to India 124.78 million U.S. dollars; Singapore 16.83 million U.S. dollars; Malaysia 9.96 million U.S. dollars; United States 9.85 million U.S. dollars, and Hongkong 8 , 45 million U.S. dollars. While the decline is Australia 37.12 million U.S. dollars; Japan 14.33 million U.S. dollars; Philippine 11.68 million U.S. dollars; Thailand 8.72 million U.S. dollars; Saudi Arabia 6.85 million U.S. dollars; Vietnam 3.67 million dollars America, and China 0.65 million U.S. dollars.
Overall, the total exports of the twelve main destination countries in November 2012 increased 11.37 percent compared with the previous month, and when compared with the same month the previous year, total exports to the twelve main destination countries also increased 31.16 percent.
In November 2012, five (5) primary commodity exports of non-oil products Jakarta had increased over the previous month. The largest increase occurred in the aircraft and parts 135.00 million U.S. dollars; apparel not knitted 8.08 million U.S. dollars; machinery / electrical equipment 4.76 million U.S. dollars; knitted goods of 2.35 million U.S. dollars, and the machine mechanical -mesin/pesawat 2.25 million U.S. dollars. While the five (5) commodities decreased jewelery and gems 38.92 million U.S. dollars; vehicles and parts 15.24 million U.S. dollars; fats and oils of animal / vegetable 3.51 million U.S. dollars; soap and cleaning preparations 1.31 million U.S. dollars, and fish and shrimp 1.14 million U.S. dollars.
During the month of November 2012 exports of ten (10) categories of goods (HS 2 Digit) contributed 76.15 percent to the total exports of Jakarta. The export value of ten products Jakarta in November 2012 increased 29.75 percent against November 2011.
4. Imports through Bongkar Port in Jakarta Capital City
Import value through Jakarta in November 2012 on the basis of CIF (cost, insurance & freight) reached 8,180,83 million U.S. dollars, down 4.54 per cent of the value of imports in October 2012 that reached 8569.75 million U.S. dollars, but higher 1 , 22 percent compared with November 2011.
Import value through Jakarta in November 2012 that reached 8180.83 million U.S. dollars consists of the value of imports through the Bonded Zone 1474.61 million U.S. dollars in the Outer Zone and Bonded 6706.22 million U.S. dollars, with the contribution to the total imports respectively 18 , 03 per cent and 81.97 per cent.
In November 2012, import of four (4) major categories of goods have increased compared to the previous month, the largest increase occurred in the aircraft and parts thereof, namely 83.29 million U.S. dollars; later cotton 11.90 million U.S. dollars; iron and steel 10.88 million U.S. dollars, and organic chemicals 6.50 million U.S. dollars. While six (6) major categories of goods (HS 2 Digit) imported through Jakarta has decreased compared to the previous month, the decline occurred in the engine / aircraft mechanic who declined 203.13 million U.S. dollars; machinery / electrical equipment 133.41 million dollars America; vehicles and parts 81.51 million U.S. dollars; plastics and plastic goods 29.60 million U.S. dollars; motor vehicle / component, uncovered 21.39 million U.S. dollars, and the objects of iron and steel 16.17 million dollars America.
While the views of its contribution to the total imports through Jakarta in November 2012, a total of five (5) commodities whose role above five (5) percent of the Machinery and Mechanical Appl 19.41 percent; machinery / electrical equipment 12.39 percent; vehicles and 8.68 percent share; airplanes and parts 6.11 percent and 6.00 percent iron and steel.
Of total import value through Jakarta in November 2012 that reached 8180.83 million U.S. dollars, 4224.86 million U.S. dollars (51.64 percent) came from Asia, and 1802.77 million U.S. dollars (22.04 percent) came from ASEAN. By country of origin, in November 2012, imports from China is the largest that is 1615.40 million U.S. dollars or 19.75 percent of the total import value through Jakarta; followed Japan 1477.97 million U.S. dollars (17.70 percent); Thailand 754.15 million U.S. dollars (9.22 percent), United States 646.39 million U.S. dollars (7.90 percent); Korea 566.62 million U.S. dollars (6.93 percent): Singapore 485.40 million U.S. dollars (5.93 percent); Malaysia 334.31 million U.S. dollars (4.09 percent); Germany 317.80 million U.S. dollars (3.88 percent), Taiwan 243.96 million U.S. dollars (2.98 percent); Australia 225.51 million U.S. dollars (2.76 percent); Vietnam 170.69 million U.S. dollars (2.09 percent), and France 160.22 million U.S. dollars (1.96 percent). Overall the twelve major countries are over cast 85.18 percent of the total imports through Jakarta.
A total of six (6) states that the main suppliers of imported goods through Jakarta has increased the value of imports in November 2012 compared to the previous month. This increase occurred in France is 72.53 million U.S. dollars; China 56.04 million U.S. dollars; Vietnam 45.68 million U.S. dollars; Germany 40.48 million U.S. dollars; Australia 25.20 million U.S. dollars, and Singapore 12.55 million U.S. dollars. While six (6) other countries has decreased the value of imports, the decline occurred in Japan is 219.94 million U.S. dollars; U.S. 127.37 million U.S. dollars; Korea 78.01 million U.S. dollars; Thailand 65.08 million U.S. dollars; Malaysia 32.45 million U.S. dollars and 31.68 million U.S. dollars Taiwan. Overall value of the twelve major countries has decreased 89.35 million U.S. dollars (1.27 percent) over the month of October 2012.
As of November 2012 the value of imports of Jakarta reaches 89333.51 million U.S. dollars, up 10.69 percent over the same period the previous year 80708.22 million U.S. dollars. Based on the use of goods or class of Broad Economic Category, the value of imports from January to November 2012 has increased compared to January-November 2011 for class use of raw materials and auxiliary goods, and capital goods. For raw and auxiliary materials increased 7.52 percent, while the capital goods rose 21.45 percent. While the value of imports of consumer goods is declined 2.55 percent. Of the three types of groups, the largest proportion of the import value of raw and auxiliary materials, namely 61.94 percent.
Source: BPS Jakarta No. 02/01/31/Th. XV, 2 January 2013