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Indonesia:

 
     
     
  Overview:                                                                                                         
     
 

a.    Total Population: 248 million (44% urban and 56% rural) (2011 est.)

                                          i.    Agricultural Population – 88.91 million (2011 est.)

                                         ii.    Total labour force – 121.44 million (agri 42%) (2011 est.)

b.    GDP: USD 834.3 billion (2011 est.)

c.    GDP - real growth rate: 6.4% (2011 est.)

d.    GDP – per capita: USD 4,700 (2011 est.)

e.    GDP - composition by sector:

                                          i.    agriculture: 15%

                                         ii.    industry: 46%

                                        iii.    services: 39%

f.     Investment (gross fixed): 32% of GDP (2011 est.)

g.    Unemployment rate: 6.7% (2011 est.)

h.    Industries: petroleum and natural gas, textiles, apparel, footwear, mining, cement, chemical fertilizers, plywood, rubber, food, tourism

i.      Industrial production growth rate: 3.5% (2011 est.)

 
     
     
 

Trade:

 
     
 

a.    Total Exports:  USD 208.9 billion (2011 est.)

b.    Exports commodities: oil and gas, electrical appliances, plywood, textiles, rubber, coffee and spice

c.    Total Import: USD 172.1 billion (2011 est.)

d.    Imports commodities: machinery and equipment, chemicals, fuels and foodstuffs

 
     
     
  Climate, Land & Agriculture:  
     
 

a.    Climate: tropical; hot, humid; more moderate in highlands

b.    Total Agricultural Land Area: 53,600 sq km

c.    Land Use:

                                                      i.    arable 23.60 million ha

                                                     ii.    pasture 95.12 million ha

                                                    iii.    permanent crops 19.00 million ha

                                                   iv.    irrigated 6.7 million ha (2009)

d.    Major Agricultural commodities: wheat, cereal, rice, coarse grain, green coffee, cocoa bean, spice etc.

e.    Main Agricultural Provinces :

                                                      i.    North Sumatra (also industrial area)

                                                     ii.    Maluku & N. Maluku (for spices)

                                                    iii.    Central Sulawesi

                                                   iv.    Java (hard fibre growing region)

                                                    v.    East/ west/ central/ south/ north Jakarta (for rice)

                                                   vi.    Riau Province (pulpwood production)

                                                  vii.    Papua (coffee production)

 
     
     
  Major Industrial Activities:  
     
 

a) Coffee Packaging: Production of coffee in Indonesia in 2010-2011: 500,000 MT

Estimated jute sacks for coffee packaging: 8,750,000

b) Spices packaging

c)  Jute Geo-textile: global demand 3 million tones

d) Paper & Pulp Production:

- Indonesia is the 9th pulp and 11th paper producer of the world.

     - Numbers of paper and pulp industry are about 200.

- In 2010, the total production of pulp and paper was 5.97 million tonnes and 9.36 million tonnes.

     - Estimated amount of green jute for paper is about 37.44 million tonnes.

 
     
     
  Environmental information & data:  
     
 

a.    CO2 emissions (mt/capita): 4.8 (2008)

b.    Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) projects: 74

c.    Environmental Issues regarding Paper & Pulp- Deforestation:  

- The pulp and paper industry is the 3rd largest industrial polluter releases 220 million pounds of toxics into air and water each year.

- Pulpwood suppliers cleared at least 329,000 ha of natural forest between 2003 to 2007.

- The estimated CO2 emission in 2006 for pulp and paper mills and wood supply operations was 67 million and 86 million tons.

- USA is considering to avoid sourcing paper products (like Paseo and Livi lines) made from Indonesian fiber linked to forest destruction to save the habitats of Tigers & Elephants in Sumatra.

 
     
     
  Jute Statistics:  
     
 

                          i.    Export Quantity of Jute from Indonesia in 2001 – 2010 (tonnes)

 

2001

134

2002

139

2003

453

2004

2636

2005

185

2006

292

2007

267

2008

2282

2009

122

2010

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ii. Export Value of Jute in Indonesia from 1971 – 2009 (in ‘000 USD)

 

2001

 

48

2002

 

56

2003

 

354

2004

 

1441

2005

 

68

2006

 

60

2007

 

73

2008

 

517

2009

 

58

2010

 

-

 

  1. Import Quantity of Jute by Indonesia from 1971 – 2009 (in tonnes)

2001

 

3,780

2002

 

2,276

2003

 

2,183

2004

 

2,403

2005

 

2,220

2006

 

2,239

2007

 

2,645

2008

 

5,474

2009

 

2,150

2010

 

-

 

  1. Import Value of Jute by Indonesia from 1971 – 2009 (in ‘000 USD)

 

2001

 

956

2002

 

926

2003

 

639

2004

 

714

2005

 

975

2006

 

982

2007

 

866

2008

 

3,511

2009

 

1,246

2010

 

-

 

v. Export of Raw Jute from Indonesia (‘000 USD)

 

Importers

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

World

60

73

571

58

40

Japan

12

61

183

30

37

Republic of Korea

0

0

0

0

3

China

0

13

9

28

0

Hong Kong, China

9

0

0

0

0

Iran (Islamic Republic)

0

0

335

0

0

Malaysia

39

0

0

0

0

Thailand

0

0

44

0

0

 

vi. Import of Raw Jute by Indonesia (‘000 USD)

 

Exporters

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

World

982

866

3,511

1,246

638

Viet Nam

231

0

1,829

0

452

China

3

37

2

14

77

Chinese Taipei

0

0

0

0

59

Indonesia

0

0

0

0

32

Kenya

0

0

0

0

16

Myanmar

0

0

0

0

1

Bangladesh

748

827

1,218

994

1

Cambodia

0

0

0

6

0

Hong Kong, China

0

0

35

4

0

Japan

0

0

21

3

0

Republic of Korea

0

0

253

47

0

Philippines

0

2

0

0

0

India

0

0

0

178

0

Singapore

0

0

126

0

0

Thailand

0

0

1

0

0

United Kingdom

0

0

26

0

0

 
     
     
  Other Information:  
     
 

a)   Major Jute Products imported by Indonesia from Bangladesh:

- rope

          - sacks (50-100 kg)

          - raw jute

          - yarn

          - fabric

 
     
     
  Jute Industries and Traders:  
     
 

a)   R&D Institutions/Associations:

 

i.   Asosiasi Pulp dan Kertas Indonesia (APKI)

    Indonesian Pulp and Paper Association

    Jalan Cimandiri No. 6 Flat 1/2, Jakarta 10330, Indonesia

    Tel.:    (62-21) 326-084, (62-21) 314-0168, Email: ippasec@indo.net.id

  

ii.  Institute for Research and Development of Cellulose Industry (IRDCLI)

    Contact: Mr. H. Surmawi Abas, Director

    Jalan Raya Dayeuhkolot No. 132, Bandung 40258, Indonesia

    Tel:  (62-22) 520-2871 , Fax: (62-22) 520-2871

 

iii.  Asia Pulp & Paper Co. Ltd.  (Indonesia)

     Aniela Maria, (62-21) 392 9266-69 Ext. 2303

     Email: Aniela_Maria@app.co.id

 

iv. Asosiasi Eksportir Kopi Indonesia (AEKI)

     The Association of Indonesian Coffee Exporters (AICE)

     Jalan R.P. Soeroso No.20, Jakarta 10330 – INDONESIA

Phone: (62-21) 3106765 (Hunting), (62-21) 3144115, (62-31) 534 3223

(62-31) 531 3497, Fax: (62-21) 2306019, (62-31) 531 4741

     E-mail: bphpaeki@yahoo.com , aekijtm@gmail.com

     Website:  http://www.aeki-jatim.co.nr, http://aeki-jatim.awardspace.com 

 

v. Specialty Coffee Association of Indonesia (SCAI)

    BRI II Building, 28th Floor, Sudirman Avenue, Jakarta 10210  

    Tel: +62-21-571-3548, Fax: +62-21-571-1388

    Website: http://www.sca-indo.org/contact/

 
     
     
  Govt. Department/Ministry dealing with jute:    
     
 

a)    Ministry of Agriculture (http://www.deptan.go.id/index1.php )

b)     Ministry of Trade (http://www.kemendag.go.id/)

c)    Ministry of Environment

d)    Directorate General of Agricultural Infrastructure and Facilities (http://pla.deptan.go.id/index.php )

e)    Commodity Futures Trading Regulatory Agency  (http://www.bappebti.go.id/ )

f)    KADIN (The Chamber of Commerce and Industry)

 
     
  IJO and IJSG Collaboration:  
     
 

     Was an active member of International Jute Organisation (IJO).

     Indonesia participated to the IJO projects:

                                   i.        Collection, Conversation, Characterisation and Exchange of Germplasm for the Development of Improved Varieties of Jute/Kenaf and other Allied Fibres; (1987-89)

                                  ii.        Strengthening Jute and Kenaf Seed Programme; (1991-1995)

                                  iii.        Improved Retting and Extraction of Jute; (1991-1994)

                                  iv.        Pilot Scale Production of Enzymes for the Improvement of low grade jute and cutting for their large scale utilization. (1992-1995)

                                   v.        Technical Survey and Market Study of the Potential Jute Geotextiles (1994-1996)

                                vi.        Support for Varietals Improvement of Jute and Kenaf for Increased Productivity; (1995-1998)

                               vii.        Application Bio-technology in the Improvement of Jute, Kenaf and Allied Fibres; (1996-1999)

                             viii.        Adaptive Research on Improved Varieties of Jute and Allied Fibres and their Utilisation for Enhanced Income Generation Development of Improved Processing; (1998-2000)

     Former SG of IJSG, T Nandu Kumar, met DG of Multilateral Economics, Finan &

          Development Affairs, DFA, Indonesia on November 13, 2003.

 
     
     

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