Tujuan Free Trade Agreement
«Indonesia will compete with other ASEAN member countries to enter the Hong Kong market, so Indonesia needs to improve the quality and competitiveness of its export products. In addition, Hong Kong is considered not only a final destination for exports, but also a hub for entry into the markets of other countries,» said Antonius Yudi Triantoro, Director of ASEAN Negotiations at the Ministry of Commerce, as stated in the official statement of Tuesday 7.7.2020. AFTA aims to make the ASEAN region a competitive production site. To ensure that ASEAN products are highly competitive in the global market. Do you know the history of AFTA`s reputation, purpose and impact? What exactly is meant by a free trade agreement? After China, South Korea, Japan, India and Australia-New Zealand, the AHKFTA agreement is ASEAN`s sixth free trade agreement with an external partner. AHKFTA has a broad area of liberalization that includes market access, trade facilitation, rules to build confidence in trade and cooperation to facilitate trade in the region. Secondly, Regulation No 79/PMK.010/2020 of the Minister of Finance of the Republic of Indonesia on the introduction of customs duties on imports under the ASEAN-Hong Kong Free Trade Agreement of the People`s Republic of China. The Ministry of the FTA Centre has three main objectives: to facilitate exports and to facilitate trade; Strengthen the use of international trade cooperation systems; and encourage entrepreneurs to export and print new exporters. The decree was issued following the ratification of the ASEAN-Hong Kong Free Trade Agreement, in accordance with Presidential Regulation No.
34/2020. This agreement also completes the list of free trade agreements held by the Indonesian government. With regard to education and socialization services, the FTA Center Kemendag will carry out various activities aimed at increasing the capacity (capacity building) of micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (KKMU) in order to compete with the global market. This activity is primarily aimed at export-oriented KKMUs. The activities are offered in the form of trainings, coaching and socialization clinics organized alone or in collaboration with other parties. These activities aim to increase knowledge and understanding of export activities in order to increase the added value and competitiveness of the participants.. . . .