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Develop Various Sago Foods, Ministry of Agriculture Holds FAO: December 2017
The Ministry of Agriculture through the Food Security Agency (BKP) continues to commit to realizing local food-based diversification, in an effort to reduce dependence on rice and flour.

Massive use of local food is considered capable of contributing positively to strengthening national food sovereignty. To that end, BKP is supported by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the Regional Government of Southeast Sulawesi Province conducting the 'Promoting Sago Starch Utilization in Indonesia' activity in Kendari (18/12/2017). This activity has begun in 2016 and is currently entering the final stages.

On that occasion, the representative of FAO Indonesia-Timor Leste, Mark Smulder stressed to maintain the sustainability of this activity. According to him there are three things to note that is commitment, expertise, and opportunity.
March 2015, Perhutani Sago Factory Operations : September 2014
PT Perhutani (Persero) is targeting the sago factory Kais District, South Sorong regency, began operations in March 2015 with a capacity of 30,000 tons of corn per year.

"With an investment of around Rp112 billion, this plant will be the first modern sago factory in Indonesia," said Director Bambang Sukmananto Perhutani, on the sidelines of the review completion sago factory in Sorong, West Papua, on Thursday (4/9).

According to Bambang, the physical construction of the plant has reached 60%, then just the completion of the installation of processing machines and machine boiler and electrical installations.

He explained that the sago factory is a new business for Perhutani after getting approval from the government and the Ministry of Enterprise to manage an area of ??15,000 hectares in the region.

"In the early stages (2015) The new production capacity 25 percent and then 50 percent in 2016 and entered full kapaitas in 2017. In essence, Perhutani ready and continue to develop to meet the needs of the plant sago sago national, currently at 5 million tons per year," Bambang said.

Surely Bambang, with the development of sago factories into industrial production of sago Perhutani nasiobal ??then later not only for domestic use but also can be exported to bring in foreign exchange. "The export market potential of sago especially in ASEAN countries, including Japan," he explained.

He said, sago with the Latin name Metroxylon Sp is native to Indonesia which is the main source of carbohydrates that can be used for healthy food, bioethanol, sugar for the food and beverage industry, animal feed, pharmaceutical and paper industry and others.

Bambang explained that Indonesia has the potential to be the world's largest corn producer because there is the world's largest corn crop in New Guinea with a stretch of about 4.5 million hectares. "We are ready to partner with the communities where sago factories located for economic development in the region. In addition to processing, Perhutani also provide knowledge about the development of productive sago palms," he said.

Quality trees from Papua quite famous for Sago King, which could produce up to 900 kilograms of corn per stem. Unlike the Malaysian sago palm produces an average maximum of 250 kg of corn starch per stem.

During this time sago farmers such as Papua, only able to make one sago trunk for two weeks, but with this partnership sago plant population results can be directly processed by a short time.
HS No. 1209.30.00.00
1 July 2019
Trade Data 2018

Seeds, fruit and spores, of a kind used for sowing. Seeds of herbaceous plants cultivated principally for their flowers.
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Import Duty 1.00
Value Added Tax 1.00
Total Tax 1.00
Export Trade Figures 5.00
Countries of Origin [1] 0.10
Countries of Destination [10] 1.00

Report Content
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
The data above is sample data only
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