FAKTOR INDONESIA MENGIMPOR GARAM DARI AUSTRALIA TAHUN 2014-2017

Anggie Ayu Bintang, Afrizal "

Abstract


This thesis illustrates Indonesia's interest in importing salt from Australia
in 2014-2017. (The Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership
Agreement) facilitates the two countries to carry out international cooperation
including importing salt into concrete actions by the IA CEPA. The theoretical
framework that I use in this study is the Libralization perspective, the theory of
international cooperation and comparative advantage to compare the production
of two countries. Libralism proposed by David Ricardo. In the theory that I use, the
government must make appropriate policies and place salt as a strategic commodity
in Indonesia. Because salt is used by everyone as a necessity, it cannot be replaced
with other commodities and commodities that play a role in economic mobilization.
By maximizing the national salt industry center and with policies that can save salt
farmers and salt-using industries, Indonesia will achieve self-sufficiency.The aim
of the IA-CEPA itself is to achieve a comprehensive, high-quality and mutually
beneficial partnership, to facilitate the expansion of trade, investment and
economic cooperation between close neighbors which will also contribute to
economic growth in both countries and will strengthen institutional and human
capacity , supports market openness, facilitates innovation, encourages integration
towards global values and enhances cooperation in the 'powerhouse' sectors.
Keywords: Salt Commodities, Import, IA CEPA, Cooperation.

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