Friday, June 10, 2011

Learning from China ...

Naration by Elok Dyah Messwati executive summary by Darmansjah Godjali

Yaxiu Market Beijing, China, on 19 April 2011 night was still crowded though it was before closing. There sale of garment products, bags, shoes and various other necessities of life. Surely the dominant visible are products made in China.

The buyer not only the Chinese community which became the main target in that market, but also foreign tourists who travel to China.

China's products as it also flooded the market and shops in Indonesia. The price is cheaper than the price of Indonesian products. If it's quality, is debatable.

In essence, because the invasion of Chinese products into the Indonesian market, today many Indonesian businessmen who became restless. They feel unable to compete with products made ??in China. Then exit the claim that in fact Indonesia is not yet ready to face the Asean Free Trade Agreement with China (ACFTA) which has been in effect since January 2010.

If it has not been able to compete Indonesia should look at yourself. Double taxation imposed by regional autonomy, bureaucratic, security costs, and other high costs, causing the price of Indonesian products could not compete with Chinese products.

The opposite of conditions in Indonesia, the Deputy Director of Information Affairs of Indonesia Directorate of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China Ma Ji Sheng said the Chinese Government did not do protection, but they provide a subsidy of energy (electricity), reduced taxes or export taxes are cheap, Chinese labor was cheap so that China can sell its products at competitive prices.

"China is only a slim profit, but a large sales volume," said Ma Ji Sheng.

"Since China's reform and opening to develop in 1998, according to Vice Minister of The State Council, Wang Zhongwei, China indeed thrive. However, there remains no easy path toward progress.

According to Deputy Director General of the Ministry of Commerce of China Sun Yuangjiang, when China joined the World Trade Organization (WTO) in 2001, Chinese businessmen also complained that their products will be hit by the products of developed countries. "The process of globalization should be our natural. The voice that comes from the industry against a relatively lag. But, China does not shut down because our goal is to develop excellence and competitiveness of domestic products, "said Sun Yuangjiang

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