Indonesia: Until November 2022, fisheries export value grows 10.66% to US$ 5.71 billion

Published Dec 30, 2022

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Reporter: Noverius Laoli | Editor: Noverius Laoli KONTAN.CO.ID - JAKARTA. The Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (KKP) noted that the export value of fisheries grew 10.66% to US$ 5.71 billion in January-November 2022. Meanwhile, the import value in the same period was US$ 0.64 billion. Plt. The Director General for Strengthening the Competitiveness of Maritime and Fishery Products (PDSPKP) KKP Ishartini through said the fishery export value was a surplus of US$ 5.07 billion. Meanwhile, Indonesia's main export commodities include shrimp with a value of US$ 1,997.49 million, Tuna-Skippers with a value of US$ 865.73 million, Squid-Cutefish-Octopus with a value of US$ 657.71 million, Seaweed with US$ 554.96 million. million and crab-crab US$ 450.55 million. These commodities were sent to main export destination countries such as the United States worth US$ 2.15 billion (37.63%), China US$ 1.02 billion (17.90%), Japan US$ 678.13 million (11 .89%), ASEAN US$ 651.66 million ...
Source: Kontan
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