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JECC Profit Exceeds Target Due to Sluggish Copper Prices: https://www.jengpatrol.com/bisnis/laba-jecc-lampaui-target-berkat-lesunya-harga-tembaga/5 October 2016
PT Jembo Cable Company Tbk (JECC) booked a net profit for the first half / 2016 Rp.82, 24 billion, exceeding the target for this year of Rp.71, 34 billion. This is due to the drop in the price of copper is used as a raw material cable maker.

Director and Corporate Secretary of JECC Anthony Benady said, sluggish price of copper has been helping companies since last year. This is evident from the increase in sales of Rp.789 billion to Rp.1.2 trillion by the end of 2015. The average price of copper for the first half of this year amounted to Rp.69.523 / kg. The figure decreased to 16% from last year which amounted to Rp.82.573 / kg. In addition, the raw material for making other cables that aluminum also decreased by 14%, last year the average Rp.27.942 / kg. Average per June this year Rp.24.094 / kg. So the company gain more efficiency in the cost of production other than copper.
Cable Industry Optimistic Face the ASEAN Free Trade : http://www.tempo.co/read/news/2013/07/29/090500681/Industri-Kabel-Optimistis-Hadapi-Pasar-Bebas-ASEAN/ 29 July 2013
As preparations for the ASEAN Economic Community in 2015 , Vice Minister of Commerce visited the factory wiring Krisnamurthi PT Supreme Cable Manufacturing Commerce ( Sucaco ) Tbk . Cables and electronic equipment is one sector which is set by default in the free trade in Southeast Asia .

" It turns out we are ready to face competition because the firm turned out to be one of the best in ASEAN , " said Bayu Sucaco factory in Daan , West Jakarta , Monday, July 29, 2013 . Factory covering an area of ??14 haktare was already 41 years old and is one of cable plant oldest in Indonesia .

According to Bayu , PT Sucaco been exporting its products to Japan and other countries in the Middle East are taking a higher standard of ASEAN . However, it exports all its products are now stalled because the domestic market absorbed .

As the economy grows , the need for cables and equipment in the country is growing. This additional requirement apparently was overtaken by the domestic industry that the culprit is not more than 100 companies .

As a result , the trade balance was a deficit Indonesian electronic products . Last year , for example , the Central Bureau of Statistics noted that the export cable and electronic products only reached U.S. $ 7 billion, while imports reached U.S. $ 15 billion .

Jamallulail Noval , Chairman of Cable Manufacturers Association ( Apkabel ) stated that the main obstacle in the cable industry is the problem of raw materials . Although Indonesia is producing copper and aluminum , but in fact the cable industry still has to import both these metals . " Because here there is no industry median , so it must be processed out first , " he said .

Another problem , imports of semi-finished raw materials it turns subject to import duties of 10-15 percent . " It's somewhat reduces our competitiveness for the export market, " said Noval.
 
HS No. 8701.20.90.00
1 July 2017
Trade Data 2016

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Tractors (other than tractors of heading 87.09). Road tractors for semi-trailers : Other.
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Jakarta 12720, Indonesia
Chapter Headings US $ Select All
Import Duty 1.00
Value Added Tax 1.00
Total Tax 1.00
Import Trade Figures 5.00
Export Trade Figures 5.00
Countries of Origin [14] 1.40

Report Content
APPLICABLE TAXES AND DUTIES NORMAL RATE % PREFFERENTIAL RATE %
Import Duty 15.0 5.0
Value Added Tax 10.0 10.0
Luxury Tax 0.0 0.0
Total Tax 26.5 15.5
Ministerial Decree No. 133/PMK.01/2005 date December 23, 2005
The data above is sample data only
Current
IMPORTED INTO INDONESIA 2007 2008 2009
CIF (US) 23,027,318 19,067,348 20,447,454
Quantity (Unit) 2,123,329 3,698,379 5,453,456
Weight (Kg) 7,221,440 11,661,880 12,567,123
The data above is sample data only
Historical
IMPORTED INTO INDONESIA 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006
CIF (US) 7,374,478 10,047,482 10,842,850 7,459,774 16,714,619
Quantity (Unit) 1,887,946 2,489,655 3,303,849 494,569 788,285
Weight (Kg) 4,905,807 6,478,645 7,073,154 6,222,921 11,604,996
The data above is sample data only
Current
EXPORTED FROM INDONESIA 2007 2008 2009
FOB (US) 110,581 130,768 135,342
Quantity (Unit) 100,465 246,561 144,567
Weight (Kg) 73,787 93,685 90,768
The data above is sample data only
Historical
EXPORTED FROM INDONESIA 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006
FOB (US) 8,536,653 6,826,064 2,540,297 1,832,218 1,227,393
Quantity (Unit) 1,319,636 2,565,227 183,309 245,746 2,956,615
Weight (Kg) 8,496,901 5,326,395 1,861,318 1,497,720 1,404,649
The data above is sample data only
Current
COUNTRIES OF ORIGIN IN 2009 US %
Malaysia 9,024,355 53.99
Singapore 4,920,377 29.44
Philippines 2,386,376 14.28
Ireland 326,250 1.95
Netherlands 38,372 0.23
Australia 13,627 0.08
United Kingdom 4,229 0.02
United States 796 < 0.01
Taiwan 237 < 0.01
Total 16,714,619 100
The data above is sample data only
Current
COUNTRIES OF DESTINATION IN 2009 US %
Japan 967,895 78.86
Saudi Arabia 43,105 3.51
Kuwait 32,614 2.66
Malaysia 30,923 2.52
Australia 26,865 2.19
Romania 20,146 1.64
Timor Leste 17,964 1.46
Solomon Islands 17,216 1.4
Singapore 16,630 1.35
Eritrea 16,065 1.31
United Arab Emirates 13,419 1.09
Madagascar 7,928 0.65
India 4,840 0.39
Oman 4,640 0.38
United States 2,835 0.23
Qatar 2,786 0.23
Bangladesh 1,130 0.09
Hongkong 360 0.02
New Zealand 32 < 0.01
Total 1,227,393 100
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