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Dampak Pengenaan Registration, Evaluation,
Authorization and Restriction of Chemical
(REACH) terhadap Ekspor Non Migas
Indonesia di Pasar Uni Eropa
Diterbitkan Oleh Puslitbang Perdagangan Luar Negeri Kementerian Perdagangan Republik Indonesia, 2009
Dampak Pengenaan Registration, Evaluation, Authorization
and Restriction of Chemical (REACH) terhadap
Ekspor Non Migas Indonesia di Pasar Uni Eropa
Tim Penyusun
Penanggung Jawab:
Hari Widodo
Peneliti:
Yosua H Simanjuntak
Umar Fakhrudin
Tarman
Aditya Paramita Alhayat
Pembantu Peneliti:
Sri Mulyati
Rakiman
Tenaga Ahli:
Duddy Roesmara Donna
Arif Muhammad Yusuf
PUSAT PENELITIAN DAN PENGEMBANGAN PERDAGANGAN LUAR NEGERI
BADAN LITBANG PERDAGANGAN
KEMENTERIAN PERDAGANGAN REPUBLIK INDONESIA
2009
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Uni Eropa adalah salah satu negara tujuan utama ekspor Indonesia.
Perkembangan ekspor non migas Indonesia ke Uni Eropa pada tahun 2008 mengalami
peningkatan menjadi sebesar US$ 15,37 milyar atau meningkat sebesar 15,18% di
bandingkan tahun sebelumnya. Komoditi ekspor non migas Indonesia ke Uni Eropa
berdasarkan HS 9 digit antara lain : Copper Ores, CPO, SIR 20, Furniture.
Dalam menghadapi perkembangan perdagangan bahan kimia dan penggunaan
secara aman bahan kimia, Uni Eropa mengeluarkan suatu peraturan baru yang
dinamakan dengan Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of
Chemical. Tujuan peraturan tersebut adalah untuk alasan kesehatan dan keselamatan
pekerja maupun masyarakat umum; pengamanan lingkungan; serta mengelola
persaingan dan pengembangan industri kimia. Disamping itu, peraturan tersebut tidak
hanya untuk pendaftaran bahan kimia itu sendiri tetapi juga terhadap derivative maupun
artikel yang mengandung bahan kimia. Sebagai pelaksanaan peraturan tersebut
dibentuk suatu lembaga yang dinamakan European Chemical Agency.
Peraturan tersebut dapat dikatakan sebagai hambatan perdagangan. Hambatan
perdagangan yang dikenal saat ini adalah hambatan tarif dan non tarif. Kedua hambatan
tersebut dapat mempengaruhi aliran barang dan jasa, sekaligus dapat pula melindungi
industri dalam negeri dari persaingan yang tidak sehat atau mendorong industri "bayi".
Yang masuk dalam hambatan non tarif seperti pembatasan kuantitatif impor, variable
import levies, harga impor minimum, lisensi impor, berbagai kemudahan untuk State
Trading Enterprise (BUMN), baik State Trading Enterprise ekspor maupun impor,
serta batasan alasan kesehatan.
Dengan pemberlakuan Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction
Of Chemical tentunya berdampak terhadap eksportir/eksportir produsen (perusahaan
ekspor) sebagai pelaku utama ekspor Indonesia ke Uni Eropa. Untuk mendapatkan
informasi dari eksportir/eksportir produsen tentang dampak tersebut, dilakukan survey
ke beberapa daerah penelitian. Dari tabulasi yang disusun dapat dikatakan bahwa secara
umum peraturan tersebut belum mempengaruhi ekspor Indonesia ke Uni Eropa karena
sampai saat ini masih bisa berjalan normal dan jika terjadi penurunan ekspor pada tahun
2009 lebih disebabkan oleh krisis global. Walaupun demikian, sosialisasi oleh
pemerintah dirasakan masih kurang karena beberapa perusahaan merasa bahwa
informasi tentang adanya sosialisasi yang dilakukan instansi terkait tidak sampai ke
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perusahaan yang bersangkutan. Ketika dilakukan kunjungan kerja ke Belanda,
diperoleh informasi yang sama tentang dampak yaitu proses arus barang tidak
terhambat secara langsung. Hambatan arus barang hanya dilakukan dengan cara
penarikan peredaran di pasaran jika disinyalir barang tersebut berbahaya bagi manusia
dan lingkungan.
Dapat diinformasikan pula bahwa hingga saat ini belum diketahui adanya
perusahaan Indonesia yang mensuplai bahan kimia atau campuran kimia atau produk
yang mengandung bahan kimia yang harus didaftarkan dalam rangka pre-registrasi
maupun registrasi baik atas nama perusahaan bersangkutan maupun melalui Only
Reprensentative. Berdasarkan notulensi rapat nasional Helpdesk for REACH No.
1421/IAK/12/2008 tanggal 2 Desember 2008, PT Surveyor Indonesia yang merupakan
badan usaha milik negara (BUMN) diminta berlaku sebagai Only Representative (OR)
untuk membantu industri-industri dalam negeri untuk memasuki pasar Uni Eropa di
bawah naungan mekanisme Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of
Chemical. Namun hingga saat ini, Indonesia belum memiliki Only Representative.
Perkembangan Korea Selatan dalam menghadapi isu dan segala sesuatu yang
berhubungan dengan Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of
Chemical (REACH) di Korea Selatan dikoordinasikan di bawah Ministry of
Knowledge Economy (MKE). Selanjutnya Registration, Evaluation, Authorization
And Restriction Of Chemical (REACH) memberikan wewenang ke The Korea
Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH). KITECH adalah lembaga penelitian
yang dibiayai pemerintah untuk membantu pengembangan teknologi Industri UKM di
Korea Selatan termasuk membantu dalam menanggapi dan mengambil langkah terkait
Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical (REACH). Salah
satu bidang di The Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH) yang memiliki
tugas pokok untuk membantu pengusaha/ perusahaan-perusahaan Korea Selatan
dalam menghadapi/memenuhi peraturan-peraturan internasional terkait dengan
lingkungan, termasuk Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of
Chemical (REACH) adalah Business Service Center for Global Environmental
Regulation (BSCGER) yang didirikan pada Bulan Desember 2006. Tugas pertama
yang dilakukan Business Service Center for Global Environmental Regulation
(BSCGER) adalah memberikan informasi sebanyak dan seluas mungkin mengenai
REACH. Selain penyebaran informasi Business Service Center for Global
Environmental Regulation (BSCGER) juga melakukan pembekalan dan pelatihan;
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menyediakan data material dan menyediakan jasa konsultasi serta mengumpulkan
data dari perusahaan-perusahan dan mengkombinasikan data yang diperoleh dari
database mengenai supply chain kemudian menyebarkannya data-data tersebut pada
perusahaan-perusahaan
sebagai
bahan
perusahaan
memenuhi
persyaratan
Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical (REACH)
mengenai penyediaan data supply chain.
Quantitative structure activity relationship merupakan suatu project dari
Business Service Center for Global Environmental Regulation mengenai suatu model
matematis yang menghubungkan pengukuran kuatitatif dari suatu struktur kimia
terhadap physical property atau dampak biologinya (misal: titik akhir toxicological).
Informasi ini dapat dimafaatkan pengusaha guna memprediksi struktur bahan kimia
dan dampak kimianya dari suatu produk yang mereka produksi.
Korea Selatan pada saat ini memiliki 6 (enam) Only Representative di Uni
Eropa. Masing-masing Only Representative terdiri dari 10 – 100 perusahaan. Saat ini
terdapat sekitar 440 perusahaan Korea Selatan yang terdaftar melalui Only
Representative Korea (tidak termasuk perusahaan Korea yang masuk melalui Only
Representative Uni Eropa). Only Representative Korea Selatan menyediakan jasa
untuk melakukan pre registrasi dan registrasi tidak hanya untuk perusahaanperusahaan di Korea Selatan, namun juga perusahaan-perusahaan dari negara lain
yang berminat. Saat ini negara lain yang melakukan pre registrasi melalui Only
Representative Korea Selatan adalah perusahaan dari China, Thailand, dan Malaysia.
Salah satu keuntungan yang diperoleh dengan menggunakan Only Representative
diluar Only Representative Uni Eropa adalah harga yang relative lebih murah dalam
mendaftarkan perusahaan.
Dalam menganalisis kebijakan Non Tariff Measure seperti Registration,
Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical menggunakan ex-ante
analysis karena kebijakan tersebut baru berjalan. Kebijakan tersebut baru dalam fase
pendaftaran sehingga dampaknya belum dirasakan oleh eksportir maupun importir.
Rekaan
dampak
akan
kebijakan
ini
diperlukan
forward
looking
impact
(pendeskripsian dampak ke depan) dengan menggunakan metodologi ex-ante
analysis. Metodologi ex-ante analysis ini diawali dari sebuah titik data awal yang
dipandang paling stabil dan dipandang tidak dipengaruhi oleh shock yang ada di luar.
Data yang diestimasi seharusnya melihat kondisi data yang tidak begitu fluktuatif dan
dipandang pada kondisi normal.
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Pemilihan tahun 2007 juga melalui pertimbangan keberadaan data harga pada
tingkat internasional. Keberadaan data harga internasional didapatkan melalui World
Integrated Trade Solution
yang disediakan oleh UNCTAD. Harga internasional
sangat penting dalam pengukuran Nominal Tariff Equivalent. Keberadaan harga
internasional dihitung dari unit value yang ada pada negara yang memproduksi paling
efisien. Pemilihan data harga referensi sangat penting karena akan menentukan tingkat
tarif equivalent yang akan dihitung dalam penghitungan Nominal Tariff Equivalent.
Perdebatan dalam penelitian Nominal Tariff Equivalent sering terjadi pada
pemilihan data harga referensi yang ada (Lairds 2009). Pemilihan data harga referensi
yang optimal seharusnya adalah harga pada negara yang dapat memproduksi barang
dan jasa paling efisien di pasar internasional. Data harga kadang sulit didapatkan
untuk per produk dan berdasarkan HS yang ada. Proxy terbaik adalah unit value dari
ekspor dunia pada barang itu. World Integrated Trade Solution menyajikan data-data
itu sehingga Nominal Tariff Equivalent dapat diestimasi dengan baik.
Penelitian ex-ante cost benefit kadang dihadapkan pada kesulitan melakukan
estimasi pada ongkos yang akan diderita oleh produsen ataupun konsumen sebagai
objek estimasi tersebut. Peraturan tersebut akan menimbulkan beberapa ongkos bagi
produsen, eksportir, dan importir Indonesia. Ongkos-ongkos tersebut dapat berupa
ongkos perijinan yang harus ditanggung oleh importir, ongkos evaluasi zat-zat kimia
tertentu, ongkos laboratorium, ongkos negosiasi, dan ongkos transaksi. Selain itu
penghitungan ongkos harus dilakukan secara hati-hati karena akan menimbulkan
over-estimate pada penelitian tersebut.
Estimasi harus didasarkan pada ketepatan setiap ongkos dengan dasar
pengetahuan dan deskripsi yang jelas akan opportunity cost yang diderita oleh
importir maupun eksportir akibat penerapan peraturan tersebut. Opportunity cost
dapat berupa pendapatan yang hilang karena pengurusan ijin, pengujian laboratorium,
dan ketertahanan barang di pelabuhan atas perijinan tersebut. Penghitungan
opportunity cost juga merupakan anggapan ongkos secara arbitrase oleh peneliti
sehingga banyak sekali menimbulkan perdebatan yang sengit untuk mendapatkan
suatu estimasi yang tepat.
Estimasi biaya-biaya yang dihitung oleh penelitian ini menggunakan asumsi
pembiayaan yang harus ditanggung oleh importir apabila dia mendaftarkan sebagai
individual submission. Pendaftaran untuk individual submission merupakan ongkos
termahal sehingga tidak begitu memberikan hasil yang terlalu optimistis terhadap
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hasil estimasi penghitungan Nominal Tariff Equivalent-nya. Penghitungan Nominal
Tariff Equivalent ditaruh pada posisi yang tinggi agar apabila ternyata importir
menggunakan peluang dan ruang lain selain individual submission maka dampak ini
dapat diminalisasikan. Peluang kebijakan dapat dilihat dampaknya apabila importir
melakukan improvisasi pendaftaran dengan metode lain.
Berdasarkan metodologi di atas kajian ini menghasilkan hasil sebagai berikut:
1. Indonesia mengekspor sebanyak 3851 HS ke Uni Eropa dan hampir 1.413 hingga
1.912 HS terkena katagori yang harus melalui prosedur peraturan tersebut.
Berdasarkan sensitivity analysis terhadap kandungan kimia yang ada, HS yang
terkena prosedur peraturan tersebut sangat sensitif terhadap kandungan kimia
yang dianggap berbahaya. Kenyataan ini terjadi karena HS yang teridentifikasi
dapat lebih dari 1 ton zat kimia yang diidentifikasi oleh European Chemical
Agency sebagai zat yang berbahaya, maka zat tersebut harus melalui prosedur
REACH.
2. Apabila kandungan kimia sebanyak 10 persen pada masing-masing HS dianggap
sebagai zat kimia berbahaya dan harus didaftarkan proses REACH maka terdapat
1.413 HS atau 36,69 persen yang dapat masuk katagori terkena proses REACH.
3. Apabila kandungan kimia sebanyak 20 persen pada masing-masing HS dianggap
sebagai zat kimia berbahaya dan harus didaftarkan proses REACH maka terdapat
1.556 HS atau 40,41 persen yang dapat masuk katagori terkena proses REACH.
4. Apabila kandungan kimia sebanyak 30 persen pada masing-masing HS dianggap
sebagai zat kimia berbahaya dan harus didaftarkan proses REACH maka terdapat
1.640 HS atau 42,59 persen yang dapat masuk katagori terkena proses REACH.
5. Apabila kandungan kimia sebanyak 100 persen pada masing-masing HS dianggap
sebagai zat kimia berbahaya dan harus didaftarkan proses REACH maka terdapat
1.556 HS atau 49,65 persen yang dapat masuk katagori terkena proses REACH.
Namun hal yang menjadi perhatian utama analisis ini adalah nilai ekspor yang
terkena REACH. Nilai ekspor yang terkena REACH ternyata memiliki dampak yang
jauh lebih hebat. Nilai ekspor Indonesia ke Uni Eropa sebesar US$ 13.344 milyar.
1.
Apabila kandungan kimia sebanyak 10 persen pada masing-masing HS dianggap
sebagai zat kimia berbahaya dan harus didaftarkan proses REACH maka terdapat
US$ 13.292 milyar atau 99,61 persen yang dapat masuk katagori terkena proses
REACH.
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2.
Apabila kandungan kimia sebanyak 20 persen pada masing-masing HS dianggap
sebagai zat kimia berbahaya dan harus didaftarkan proses REACH maka terdapat
US$ 13.310 milyar atau 99,74 persen yang dapat masuk katagori terkena proses
REACH.
3.
Apabila kandungan kimia sebanyak 30 persen pada masing-masing HS dianggap
sebagai zat kimia berbahaya dan harus didaftarkan proses REACH maka terdapat
US$ 13.319 milyar atau 99,81 persen yang dapat masuk katagori terkena proses
REACH.
4.
Apabila kandungan kimia sebanyak 100 persen pada masing-masing HS dianggap
sebagai zat kimia berbahaya dan harus didaftarkan proses REACH maka terdapat
US$ 13.332 milyar atau 99,91 persen yang dapat masuk katagori terkena proses
REACH.
Berdasarkan estimasi Nominal Tariff Equivalent dengan asumsi perhitugan,
maka kajian ini menyimpulkan hal-hal sebagai berikut:
1.
Apabila kandungan kimia sebanyak 10 persen pada masing-masing HS dianggap
sebagai zat kimia berbahaya dan ongkos yang harus ditanggung oleh importir
karena REACH adalah 34,62 persen.
2.
Apabila kandungan kimia sebanyak 20 persen pada masing-masing HS dianggap
sebagai zat kimia berbahaya dan ongkos yang harus ditanggung oleh importir
karena REACH adalah 47,44 persen.
3.
Apabila kandungan kimia sebanyak 30 persen pada masing-masing HS dianggap
sebagai zat kimia berbahaya dan ongkos yang harus ditanggung oleh importir
karena REACH adalah 84,57 persen.
4.
Apabila kandungan kimia sebanyak 100 persen pada masing-masing HS dianggap
sebagai zat kimia berbahaya dan ongkos yang harus ditanggung oleh importir
karena REACH adalah 104,32 persen.
Pengenaan ongkos REACH jelas memberikan dampak penurunan pada daya
saing produk Indonesia di negara tujuan. Pengenaan ongkos hampir mendekati dua
kali lipat harga yang ada akan menekan ketertarikan masyarakat Uni Eropa terhadap
produk Indonesia. Penurunan daya saing produk Indonesia jelas terlihat pada masingmasing produk yang ada.
Berdasarkan analisis kajian ini dengan metode Nominal Tariff Equivalent kami
mengidentifikasi 20 produk terbesar yang terkena Nominal Tariff Equivalent lebih
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dari 100 persen untuk kandungan kimia yang tercatat European Chemical Agency
sebesar 10 persen adalah sebagai berikut:
Beberapa produk strategis Indonesia ternyata terkena paling hebat adalah
chewing gum yang harus menanggung ongkos berkisar 424 kali lipat harga barang
ekspor tersebut apabila produk ini mengandung 10 persen zat kimia yang harus
didaftarkan dan melalui proses REACH. REACH sungguh memberatkan eksportir
Indonesia apabila ongkos tersebut dialihkan oleh importir ke eksportir.
Berdasarkan hasil analisis di atas jelas bahwa produk yang akan terkena adalah
produk industri yang diekspor ke Uni Eropa. Hampir 1234 hingga 1694 HS akan
terkena REACH dengan masing-masing skenario.
Kesimpulan dari laporan kajian adalah di bawah ini:
1.
Penerapan peratura Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of
Chemical di pasar Uni Eropa yang merupakan salah satu pasar utama ekspor
Indonesia tidak dapat dihindari.
2.
Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical dapat
dikatakan menambah biaya produksi karena setiap produsen yang akan
memproduksi, memasarkan maupun mengimpor suatu bahan kimia murni
maupun terkandung dalam suatu bahan kimia harus melalui registrasi terlebih
dahulu.
3.
Penerapan Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical
dalam jangka pendek tidak menghambat arus barang masuk termasuk impor dari
Indonesia.
4.
Hasil analisa data sekunder menunjukkan bahwa jika tidak melakukan
pendaftaran mengakibatkan jumlah produk (HS) yang dilarang masuk ke Uni
Eropa meningkat, sehingga nilai ekspor pun ikut menurun. Demikian pula jika
disetarakan dengan tarif, jumlah produk (HS) yang dikenakan biaya Registration,
Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical yang tinggi meningkat
pula.
5.
Sosialisasi penting untuk dilaksanakan supaya eksportir yang melakukan ekspor
ke Uni Eropa dapat memahami secara utuh bahwa Registration, Evaluation,
Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical dapat memberikan dampak terhadap
ekspor mereka.
Dari hasil kesimpulan yang ada kajian ini memeberikan Rekomendasi sebagai
berikut :
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1.
Lebih mengefektifkan peran Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And
Restriction Of Chemical Helpdesk yang ada di Indonesia
2.
Harus dilaksanakannya sosialisasi yang lebih efektif dan menyeluruh mengenai
Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical bagi
seluruh stakeholder yang berkepentingan dengan ekspor ke Uni Eropa.
3.
Perlu dibentuk partnership antara importer Uni Eropa dengan eksportir Indonesia
dalam menyajikan informasi produk
4.
Perlu dibentuk Only Representative yang akan mewakili eksportir Indonesia
dalam melakukan pendaftaran terkait Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And
Restriction Of Chemical
5.
Pemerintah perlu mendorong eksportir
untuk meningkatkan kualitas (terkait
penggunaan bahan kimia yang aman) produknya secara terus menerus dalam
rangka meningkatkan ekspor non migas Indonesia di pasar Uni Eropa dan
meminimalkan kerugian akibat Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And
Restriction Of Chemical.
6.
Pemerintah perlu menyampaikan usulan kerjasama dengan Komisi Uni Eropa
dalam hal peningkatan kualitas melaui program capacity building dan asistensi
untuk membantu meningkatkan kualitas Laboratorium di Indonesia agar memiliki
standar good laboratory practice.
7.
Pemerintah perlu menyampaikan usulan kelonggaran terkait pendaftaran
Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical.
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KATA PENGANTAR
Puji syukur kepada Tuhan Yang Maha Esa yang atas bimbingan-Nya buku laporan
Kajian Dampak Pengenaan Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of
Chemical (REACH) terhadap Ekspor Non Migas di Pasar Uni Eropa yang merupakan
salah satu kajian di Puslitbang Perdagangan Luar Negeri pada tahun anggaran 2009 dapat
diselesaikan tepat waktunya.
Adapun tujuan penyusunan kajian ini untuk mengidentifikasi fakta dan realita
pelaksanaan REACH; mengetahui pemahaman eksportir/ eksportir produsen Indonesia
mengenai REACH; dan mengetahui dampak kinerja ekspor non migas Indonesia ke Uni
Eropa setelah pengenaan regulasi REACH di Uni Eropa sertamemberikan masukan atas
rumusan Kebijakan dan Strategi dalam mengantisipasi dampak pengenaan regulasi REACH
terhadap Ekspor non migas Indonesia di Uni Eropa
Dengan selesainya penyusunan kajian ini, tidak lupa kami mengucapkan terima kasih
kepada berbagai pihak yang telah mendukung proses pengumpulan data, informasi dan
pemikiran yang berkaitan dengan kajian ini .
Demi sempunanya kajian ini, kami sangat terbuka menerima masukan-masukan dan
saran-saran karena kami menyadari bahwa laporan ini masih perlu penyempurnaan.
Akhir kata semoga laporan “Kajian Dampak Pengenaan Registration, Evaluation,
Authorization and Restriction of Chemical (REACH) terhadap Ekspor Non Migas di
Pasar Uni Eropa” ini bermanfaat bagi para pembaca.
Jakarta,
Desember 2009
Tim Penyusun
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DAFTAR ISI
Halaman
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ...............................................................................................
i
KATA PENGANTAR ..................................................................................................
ix
DAFTAR ISI ..................................................................................................................
iv
DAFTAR TABEL ..........................................................................................................
xii
DAFTAR GAMBAR .....................................................................................................
xiii
BAB I
PENDAHULUAN .......................................................................................
I-1
1.1.
Latar Belakang....................................................................................
I-1
1.2.
Tujuan Penelitian................................................................................
I-3
1.3.
Output……………………………………………………………...
I-3
1.4.
Dampak……………………………………………………………..
1.5.
Sistematika Penulisan……………………………………………….
BAB II
TINJAUAN PUSTAKA DAN LANDASAN TEORI .................................
II - 1
2.1. Teori Perdagangan Internasional.........................................................
II - 1
2.1.1. Teori Merkantilisme......................................................................
II - 1
2.1.2. Model Richardian..........................................................................
II - 2
2.1.3. Model Heckscher-Ohlin................................................................
II - 2
2.1.4. Model Gravitasi............................................................................
II - 2
2.1.5. Model Keunggulan Kompetitif.....................................................
II - 3
2.2. Daya Saing Komoditi.............................................................................
II - 4
2.3. Hambatan Perdagangan.........................................................................
II - 4
2.4. Hambatan Non-Tarif dan Price Wedge
2.5. Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemical II - 6
(REACH)
2.5.1. Cara Kerja REACH.......................................................................
II - 7
2.5.2. Evaluasi REACH..........................................................................
II - 10
2.5.3. Otorisasi REACH..........................................................................
II - 11
2.5.4. Restriksi REACH..........................................................................
II - 11
2.6 Penelitian Sebelumnya............................................................................
II - 12
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BAB III
BAB IV
METODE PENELITIAN....................................................................
III - 1
3.1. Kerangka Pemikiran dan Metode Analisa.............................................
III - 1
3.2. Data dan Pengumpulan Data ...............................................................
III - 4
DAMPAK
PENGENAAN
REGISTRATION,
EVALUATION,
AUTHORIZATION AND RESTRICTION OF CHEMICAL (REACH)
TERHADAP EKSPOR NON MIGAS INDONESIA DI PASAR UNI
EROPA
IV - 1
4.1. Gambaran Umum Perdagagan Indonesia – Uni Eropa........................
IV - 1
4.2.
Pemahaman
Eksportir/Eksportir
Produsen
Indonesia
Mengenai
Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical
(REACH)............................................................................
4.3.
IV - 2
Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical
(REACH) : Fakta dan Realita.............................................
IV - 8
4.3.1. Pre-registrasi dan Registrasi.........................................................
IV - 9
4.3.2 Evaluasi.........................................................................................
IV - 14
4.3.3 Otorisasi dan Restriksi..................................................................
IV - 14
4.3.4 .Only Representative (OR)............................................................
IV - 16
4.4. REACH vs. Perdagangan dan Kondisi Indonesia...............................
IV - 17
4.5. Pelaksanaan REACH oleh Korea Selatan (Benchmarking).................
IV - 19
4.6. Dampak REACH terhadap Ekspor Non Migas Indonesia..................
IV - 23
KESIMPULAN DAN REKOMENDASI
V-1
5.1.
Kesimpulan ........................................................................................
V-1
5.2.
Rekomendasi ......................................................................................
V-1
DAFTAR PUSTAKA ....................................................................................................
D-1
BAB V
LAMPIRAN........................................................................................................................ L - 1
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DAFTAR TABEL
Halaman
Tabel 4.1.1. Perkembangan Ekspor Indonesianke Beberapa Mitra Dagang, 2004 -2008
.....................................................................................................................IV-1
Tabel 4.1.2. Perkembangan Ekspor Indonsia ke Uni Eropa Hs 6 (enam) digit Tahun
2004-2008……………………………………………………………....... IV-2
Tabel 4.6.1. Daftar HS yang termasuk 20 Besar yang Mengalami Beban NTE > 100%
apabila Kandungan Kimia subject to REACH sebesar 10% ..................... IV – 27
Tabel 4.6.2. Dampak NTE Kandugan Kmia Subject to REACH............................. ..... IV- 28
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DAFTAR GAMBAR
Halaman
Gambar 3.1.
Kerangka Pemikiran ......................................................................
III - 1
Gambar 4.2.1.
Cara Ekspor ke Uni Eropa .............................................................
IV - 4
Gambar 4.2.2.
Pengetahuan
Eksportir/Eksportir
Produsen
mengenai
REACH...........................................................................................
IV -5
Gambar 4.2.3.
Sumber Informasi REACH.............................................................
IV - 6
Gambar 4.2.4.
Pengetahuan Mengenai Status Importir Uni Eropa terait REACH
IV - 7
Gambar 4.2.5.
Langkah Tindak Lanjut yang dilakukan pengusaha terkait
REACH...........................................................................................
Gambar 4.5.1.
IV - 8
Perdagangan Bahan Kimia Uni Eropa dengan Korea Selatan
.............................................................................................................
IV - 19
Gambar 4.6.1.
Jumlah HS kandungan Kimia subject to REACH…………………..
IV - 24
Gambar 4.6.2.
Dampak Nilai Ekspor Kandunagan Kimia subject to REACH……..
IV - 25
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BAB I
PENDAHULUAN
1.1.
Latar Belakang
Uni Eropa adalah salah satu negara tujuan utama ekspor Indonesia,
total ekspor non migas Indonesia ke pasar Uni Eropa periode 2004-2008
meningkat rata-rata sebesar 14,12% per tahun. Ekspor non migas Indonesia
pada tahun 2008 mengalami peningkatan menjadi sebesar US$ 15,37 milyar
atau meningkat sebesar 15,18%. Sedangkan pangsa ekspor ke Uni Eropa pada
tahun yang sama sebesar 14,24%. Komoditi Ekspor non migas Indonesia ke
Uni Eropa berdasarkan HS 9 digit antara lain : Copper Ores, CPO, SIR 20,
Furniture. Saat ini pasar Uni Eropa merupakan kesatuan pasar dari 27 negara
Eropa dengan total populasi 500 juta jiwa dan hampir mencapai 20% ekspor
dan impor dunia. Amerika Serikat merupakan mitra terbesar, diikuti Cina dan
Rusia. Uni Eropa menjadi pasar bebas bergeraknya manusia, barang, jasa dan
modal diantara negara anggota. Menghilangkan preferensi atau membatasi
atau membekukan transaksi dagang dengan negara mitra karena alasan hak
asasi manusia atau standar kebiasaan internasional merupakan alat yang
dipakai untuk kebijakan luar negerinya.
Sementara itu, perkembangan ekspor non migas Indonesia dipengaruhi
oleh faktor dalam negeri yang secara umum sedikit berbenturan dengan
kebutuhan dalam negeri, sehingga diberlakukan pembatasan dan pungutan
ekspor untuk komoditi tertentu seperti CPO, kulit, dan lain-lain. Sedangkan
faktor dari luar juga mempengaruhi kinerja ekspor non migas Indonesia seperti
Uni Eropa dengan dikeluarkannya Regulation (EC) No. 1907/2006 of the
European Parliament and of the Council tentang Registration, Evaluation,
Authorization and Restriction of Chemical (REACH).
Ide besar membuat regulasi tersebut karena Uni Eropa mengalami
kesulitan untuk tidak hanya mengenai identifikasi, tetapi juga mengenai
permintaan tanggung jawab produsen terhadap produk yang dihasilkan dan
dijual ke Uni Eropa. Ini merupakan perkembangan sejak 1981, dimana bahanbahan kimia yang sudah teridentifikasi sebesar 100.106 produk dengan
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tambahan produk baru kimia sebanyak 4.000 produk. (APOLIN News, Edisi
Agustus 2008).
REACH adalah peraturan baru yang diterbitkan Uni Eropa tentang
bahan–bahan kimia dan penggunaan secara aman bahan kimia tersebut.
REACH memiliki tujuan untuk kesehatan dan keselamatan pekerja maupun
masyarakat umum; pengamanan lingkungan; dan mengelola persaingan dan
pengembangan industri kimia. Lembaga yang menangani REACH adalah
European Chemical Agency (ECHA). REACH tidak hanya merupakan
pendaftaran bahan kimia itu sendiri namun juga derivative maupun artikel
yang mengandung bahan kimia. Berdasarkan data BPS, diperkirakan terdapat
komoditi ekspor non migas Indonesia yang akan terkena dampak REACH,
antara lain: TPT; lemak & minyak hewan/nabati; produk kimia; karet &
barang dari karet; kayu, barang dari kayu.
REACH sudah diberlakukan mulai 1 Juni 2007, dan kegiatan preregistration sudah mulai pada 1 Juni s/d 1 Desember 2008. Seluruh produsen
dan importir yang tidak melakukan pre-registration sesuai periode tersebut,
tidak dapat memperoleh kemudahan dari transisi pelaksanaan peraturan
REACH.
Berdasarkan uraian tersebut diatas, dirumuskan pertanyaan pokok
sebagai berikut:
1.
Bagaimanaka fakta dan realita pelaksanaan REACH?
2.
Bagaimankah pemahaman eksportir/ eksportir produsen Indonesia
mengenai REACH?
3.
Bagaimanakah dampak kinerja ekspor non migas Indonesia ke Uni
Eropa setelah pengenaan regulasi REACH di Uni Eropa?
4.
Bagaimanakah kebijakan dan strategi untuk mengantisipasi dampak
pengenaan regulasi REACH terhadap ekspor non migas Indonesia di
Uni Eropa?
Oleh karena itu, untuk menjawab pertanyaan pokok tersebut perlu
dilakukan Kajian mengenai Dampak Pengenaan Registration, Evaluation,
Authorization, and Restriction of Chemical (REACH) terhadap Ekspor Non
Migas Indonesia di Pasar Uni Eropa.
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1.2.
Tujuan Penelitian
Tujuan Kajian ini adalah:
1.
Mengidentifikasi fakta dan realita pelaksanaan REACH.
2.
Mengetahui pemahaman eksportir/ eksportir produsen Indonesia
mengenai REACH.
3.
Mengetahui dampak kinerja ekspor non migas Indonesia ke Uni Eropa
setelah pengenaan regulasi REACH di Uni Eropa.
4.
Merumuskan Kebijakan dan Strategi dalam mengantisipasi dampak
pengenaan regulasi REACH terhadap Ekspor non migas Indonesia di
Uni Eropa
1.3.
Output
Tersusunnya
laporan
mengenai
Dampak
diimplementasikanya
peraturan REACH di Uni Eropa terhadap ekspor non migas Indonesia serta
rumusan strategi agar Indonesia dapat mengantisipasi dampak yang akan
terjadi akibat adanya REACH dan melaksanakan berbagai langkah untuk
memenuhi persyartan REACH
1.4.
Dampak
Hasil penelitian ini diperkirakan akan memberikan dampak sebagai
berikut:
1.
Bagi pemerintah, hasil kajian ini dapat bermanfaat sebagai bahan
masukan dalam perumusan kebijakan dalam mensosialisasikan
peraturan yang memepengaruhi ekspor non migas dalam hal ini adalah
REACH dan sebagai bahan untuk program asistensi capacity building
dalam mengembagkan fasilitas perdagangan dan ekspor;
2.
Bagi industri dan pelaku ekspor, stakeholder memperoleh gambaran
dan informasi mengenai REACH dan hal apa saja yang dapat
dipersiakan dan dilakukan terutama dalam mempertahankan ekspor
maupun alternatifnya.
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1.5.
Sistematika Penulisan
Penelitian ini akan mengikuti sistematika penulisan sebagai berikut:
BAB I
PENDAHULUAN
1.1. Latar Belakang
1.2. Tujuan Penelitian
1.3. Output
1.4. Dampak
1.5. Sistematika Penulisan
BAB II
TINJAUAN PUSTAKA DAN LANDASAN TEORI
2.1. Teori Perdagangan Internasional
2.1.1. Teori Merkantilisme
2.1.2. Model Richardian
2.1.3. Model Heckscher-Ohlin
2.1.4. Model Gravitasi
2.1.5. Model Keunggulan Kompetitif
2.2. Daya Saing Komoditi
2.3. Hambatan Perdagangan
2.4. Hambatan Non-Tarif dan Price Wedge
2.5. Registration, Evaluation, Authorization, and Restriction of
Chemical (REACH)
2.5.1. Cara Kerja REACH
2.5.2. Evaluasi REACH
2.5.3. Otorisasi REACH
2.5.4. Restriksi REACH
2.6. Penelitian Sebelumnya
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BAB III
METODE PENELITIAN
3.1. Kerangka Pemikiran dan Metode Analisa
3.2. Data dan Pengumpulan Data
BAB IV DAMPAK PENGENAAN REGISTRATION, EVALUATION,
AUTHORIZATION AND RESTRICTION OF CHEMICAL
(REACH) TERHADAP EKSPOR NON MIGAS INDONESIA DI
PASAR UNI EROPA
4.1. Gambaran Umum Perdagangan Indonesia - Uni Eropa
4.2. Pemahaman Eksportir/Eksportir Produsen Indonesia Mengenai
Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of
Chemical (REACH)
4.3. Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of
Chemical (REACH): Fakta dan Realita
4.3.1. Pre-registrasi dan Registrasi
4.3.2. Evaluasi
4.3.3. Otorisasi dan Restriksi
4.3.4. Only Representative (OR)
4.4. REACH vs. Perdagangan dan Kondisi Indonesia
4.5. Pelaksanaan REACH oleh Korea Selatan (Benchmarking)
4.6. Dampak REACH terhadap Ekspor Non Migas Indonesia
BAB V
KESIMPULAN DAN REKOMENDASI
5.1. Kesimpulan
5.2. Rekomendasi
DAFTAR PUSTAKA
LAMPIRAN
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BAB II
TINJAUAN PUSTAKA DAN LANDASAN TEORI
2.1. Teori Perdagangan Internasional
Perdagangan internasional adalah perdagangan yang dilakukan oleh
penduduk suatu negara dengan penduduk negara lain atas dasar kesepakatan
bersama. Penduduk yang dimaksud dapat berupa antar perorangan (individu
dengan individu), antara individu dengan pemerintah suatu negara atau
pemerintah suatu negara dengan pemerintah negara lain. Di banyak negara,
perdagangan internasional menjadi salah satu faktor utama untuk meningkatkan
GDP. Perdagangan internasional turut mendorong industrialisasi, kemajuan
transportasi, globalisasi, dan kehadiran perusahaan multinasional.
Alasan pertama negara-negara berdagang adalah karena mereka berbeda
satu sama lain. Bangsa-bangsa di dunia ini, sebagaimana halnya individuindividu, selalu berpeluang memperoleh keuntungan dari perbedaan-perbedaan
di antara mereka melalui suatu pengaturan sedemikian rupa sehingga setiap
pihak dapat melakukan sesuatu secara relatif lebih baik. Kedua, negara-negara
berdagang satu-sama lain dengan tujuan untuk mencapai apa yang lazim disebut
sebagai skala ekonomis (economics of scale) dalam produksi.
2.1.1.
Teori Merkantilisme
Merkantilisme, adalah teori perdagangan klasik,
berkembang
pada masa Abad XVI – XVII. Teori ini merupakan suatu falsafah
ekonomi berlandaskan pada keyakinan bahwa suatu negara dikatakan
makmur apabila memiliki sejumlah besar harta berupa emas. Emas
diperoleh dari hasil perdagangan. Oleh karena itu, kemakmuran negara
dapat meningkat dengan jalan meningkatkan ekspor dan mengurangi
impor.
Pemerintah sebagai pemegang kekuasaan suatu negara memiliki
campur tangan dalam mengurangi impor. Secara umum pembatasan
impor dilakukan dengan jalan menerapkan tarif impor dan pembatasan
impor dengan bentuk quota.
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2.1.2.
Model Ricardian
Model Ricardian memfokuskan pada kelebihan komparatif
negara untuk mengkhususkan dalam memproduksi apa yang mereka
paling baik produksi. Tidak seperti model lainnya, rangka kerja model
ini memprediksi dimana negara-negara akan menjadi spesialis secara
penuh dibandingkan memproduksi bermacam barang komoditas. Juga,
model Ricardian tidak secara langsung memasukan faktor pendukung,
seperti jumlah relatif dari buruh dan modal dalam negara.
2.1.3.
Model Heckscher-Ohlin
Model Heckscgher-Ohlin dibuat sebagai alternatif dari model
Ricardian
dan
dasar
kelebihan
komparatif.
Mengesampingkan
kompleksitasnya yang jauh lebih rumit model ini tidak membuktikan
prediksi yang lebih akurat. Bagaimanapun, dari sebuah titik pandangan
teoritis model tersebut tidak memberikan solusi yang elegan dengan
memakai mekanisme harga neoklasikal kedalam teori perdagangan
internasional.
Teori ini berpendapat bahwa pola dari perdagangan internasional
ditentukan oleh perbedaan dalam faktor pendukung. Model ini
memperkirakan kalau negara-negara akan mengekspor barang yang
membuat penggunaan intensif dari faktor pemenuh kebutuhan dan akan
mengimpor barang yang akan menggunakan faktor lokal yang langka
secara intensif. Masalah empiris dengan model H-o, dikenal sebagai
Pradoks Leotief, yang dibuka dalam uji empiris oleh Wassily Leontief
yang menemukan bahwa Amerika Serikat lebih cenderung untuk
mengekspor barang buruh intensif dibanding memiliki kecukupan
modal.
2.1.4.
Model Gravitasi
Model gravitasi perdagangan menyajikan sebuah analisa yang
lebih empiris dari pola perdagangan dibanding model yang lebih
teoritis diatas. Model gravitasi, pada bentuk dasarnya, menerka
perdagangan berdasarkan jarak antar negara dan interaksi antar negara
dalam ukuran ekonominya. Model ini meniru hukum gravitasi Newton
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yang juga memperhitungkan jarak dan ukuran fisik diantara dua benda.
Model ini telah terbukti menjadi kuat secara empiris oleh analisa
ekonometri. Faktor lain seperti tingkat pendapatan, hubungan
diplomatik, dan kebijakan perdagangan juga dimasukkan dalam versi
lebih besar dari model ini.
2.1.5.
Model Keunggulan Kompetitif
Menurut Michael Porter (1990), suatu negara memperoleh
keunggulan daya saing jika perusahaan yang ada di negara tersebut
kompetitif. Daya saing suatu negara ditentukan oleh kemampuan
industri melakukan inovasi dan meningkatkan kemampuannya. Porter
menawarkan Diamond Model sebagai tool of analysis sekaligus
kerangka dalam membangun resep memperkuat daya saing.
Garis besar Teori Porter, menyatakan bahwa empat jenis variabel
akan mempunyai dampak atas kempampuan perusahaan-perusahaan
lokal di suatu negara untuk menggunakan sumber-sumber negara itu
guna memperoleh keunggulan kompetitif:
1.
Kondisi-kondisi permintaan sifat dasar dari permintaan domestik.
Apabila para pelanggan sebuah perusahaan sedang mempunyai
permintaan, ia akan memproduksi produk yang berkualitas tinggi
dan inovatif, dan akan memperoleh keunggulan kompetitif dimana
tekanan domestik lebih kecil.
2.
Kondisi-kondisi faktor- level dan komposisi faktor produksi.
Kekurangan karunia alam telah menyebabkan bangsa-bangsa
melakukan investasi dalam penciptaan faktor-faktor lanjutan,
seperti pendidikan angkatan kerjanya, pelabuhan bebas dan sistim
komunikasi maju, untuk memungkinkan industri-industri mereka
bersaing secara global.
3.
Industri-industri terkait dan pendukung–para pemasok dan jasa
dukungan industri.
4.
Strategi, struktur dan persaingan perusahaan–perluasan persaingan
domestik, adanya hambatan masuk, serta organisasi dan gaya
manajemen perusahaan. Perusahaan-perusahaan yang terkena
persaingan berat di pasar-pasar domestiknya, secara konstan akan
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meningkatkan
efisiensinya,
yang
membuat
mereka
lebih
kompetitif secara internasional.
Porter membangun teori dengan meneliti industri-industri
(manufakturing) di beberapa negara yang memiliki kemiripan dalam
hal komparatif relatif. Identifikasi terhadap industri-industri yang
ternyata memiliki daya saing walaupun mereka datang dari negara
yang secara alamiah tidak berlimpah sumber daya. Tetapi sumber daya
bukanlah satu-satu-nya faktor yang dapat meningkatkan daya saing
industri suatu negara, dan Porter telah merumuskan model bagaimana,
daya saing dapat tercipta, oleh faktor-faktor penentu yang lain.
2.2. Daya Saing Komoditi
Kualitas merupakan elemen utama bagi peningkatan daya saing suatu
produk. Suatu produk dapat lebih mudah memenangkan tingkat persaingan yang
kian ketat di pasaran bila kualitas selalu terjaga.
2.3. Hambatan Perdagangan
Liberalisasi ditandai salah satunya dengan penurunan atau bahkan
penghapusan hambatan perdagangan berupa tarif maupun non tarif. Hambatan
perdagangan penting untuk dihapuskan karena tanpa hambatan dapat
mendorong arus pergerakan barang dan jasa (flow of goods and services).
Berdasarkan salah satu putaran perundingan di WTO yaitu Putaran Uruguay,
negara maju memotong besaran tarif sampai sepertiga sedangkan negara
berkembang memotong tarif sampai paling besar hanya 40%. Sebelum Putaran
Uruguay, rata-rata tarif produk manufaktur di negara maju adalah 6,2% dan
negara berkembang adalah 20,5%. Sesudah Putaran Uruguay, rata-rata tarif di
negara maju 3,7% dan di negara berkembang 14,4%. Hambatan non tarif seperti
kuota, perijinan dan spesifikasi teknis juga secara bertahap dihapuskan tetapi
tidak secepat penurunan tarif.
Hambatan perdagangan dapat digolongkan dalam dua kelompok yaitu
hambatan tarif (tariff barrier) dan hambatan bukan tarif (nontariff barrier).
Kebijakan TB atau NTB sama-sama dapat mempengaruhi aliran barang dan jasa,
sekaligus dapat melindungi industri dalam negeri dari persaingan yang tidak
sehat atau mendorong industri "bayi". Namun, hambatan tarif dipandang lebih
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transparan serta mampu memberi kepastian terhadap mitra dagang yang
melakukan impor atau ekspor.
WTO telah menyusun rambu-rambu perdagangan yang terkait dengan
pilar akses pasar. Hambatan perdagangan hanya dikenal dengan rejim tarif.
Seperti yang telah disebutkan sebelumnya bahwa semua hambatan nontarif
dirubah menjadi tarif atau disebut juga tarifikasi. Hambatan tarif dianggap
sebagai satu-satunya perlindungan yang paling transparan dan menjadi sumber
penerimaan buat pemerintah suatu negara.
Berbagai hambatan nontarif (NTB) wajib untuk dihapus atau dikonversi
ke tarif. Yang masuk NTB adalah pembatasan kuantitatif impor, variable import
levies, harga impor minimum, lisensi impor, berbagai kemudahan untuk STE,
baik STE ekspor maupun impor, serta batasan nontarif lainnya seperti alasan
kesehatan. Tingkat tarif di negara maju memang relatif rendah, namun mereka
semakin getol menggunakan hambatan nontarif dengan alasan kesehatan
manusia, hewan dan tumbuhan yang tercakup dalam sanitary and phytosanitary
(SPS).
Tariff Rate Quota adalah bentuk hambatan perdagangan, tetapi relatif
lebih transparan, dan bukan sebagai quantitative restriction. Alasannya, karena
TRQ masih membuka pasar dan menerapkan tarif. Tarif ditetapkan lebih rendah
dalam kuota (in-quota), dan lebih tinggi di luarnya (out-quota), sehingga TRQ
dianggap lebih transparan dan tidak menutup pasar.
Di samping instrumen tarif atau TRQ, dikenal juga safeguard. Safeguard
merupakan perlindungan sementara guna mengatasi serbuan impor. Kalau tidak
dilindungi, maka akan berpengaruh buruk terhadap industri domestik.
Kadangkadang safeguard disebut juga sebagai pasal pengecualian (escape
clause), pengecualian dari kewajiban (obligation) dalam keadaan khusus.
Perlindungan itu bisa dilakukan dengan meningkatkan tingkat tarif yang lebih
tinggi dari yang telah dicatat (bound tariff) atau membatasi impor (import
restriction). Namun penggunaannya harus memenuhi persyaratan seperti yang
tertuang dalam Agreement on Safeguards dan Article XIX GATT 1994. Dalam
Agreement on Safeguards disebutkan bahwa safeguard tidak boleh dilakukan
tanpa investigasi terlebih dahulu, termasuk perlunya dengar pendapat publik
(public hearing)6 dan pengumuman publik (public notice)7. Di samping itu
diatur juga jangka waktunya dan besaran impor kuota. Namun, kepada negara
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berkembang diberikan perlakuan khusus yaitu tidak boleh diterapkan ketentuan
safeguard, manakala impor dari negara berkembang tidak melebihi 3 persen
atau memenuhi ketentuan de minimis (Gallagher, 2000; Das, 2000).
Perlindungan sementara untuk produk pertanian selain mengacu ke Agreement
on Safeguards, juga mendapatkan perlindungan khusus yang disebut Special
Safeguards (SSG). Ini tercantum dalam Pasal 5 (yang berisi 9 ayat) Perjanjian
Pertanian WTO. Dalam Schedule of Commitment tercantum jenis-jenis produk
yang mendapatkan SSG. Di luar produk yang telah tercatat tersebut, suatu
negara dapat melakukan perlindungan sementara, namun harus tunduk pada
ketentuan Article XIX GATT 1994 dan Agreement on Safeguard. Perlindungan
melalui SSG dan Agreement on Safeguard ternyata sulit diimplementasikan
oleh negara berkembang dan sering terlambat karena memerlukan waktu yang
lama serta biaya yang besar untuk pembuktian adanya injury.
2.4. Hambatan Non-Tarif dan Price Wedge
Kebijakan perdagangan dapat dinilai kinerja dan efektifitasnya dengan
menggunakan banyak teori. Salah satu teori adalah price wedge approach
(Lairds 2009). Price wedge approach memperkenankan kita untuk menghitung
dampak penerapan suatu hambatan non tarif dapat diketahui dampaknya
terhadap pengenaan harga impor barang ke suatu wilayah perekonomian (Lairds
2009).
Conden (1966) menjelaskan bahwa penerapan suatu kebijakan
perdagangan akan menimbulkan suatu ongkos bagi barang atau jasa. Perbedaan
harga barang dan jasa dibandingkan dengan harga barang dan jasa pada
persaingan sempurna merupakan dampak sebuah penerapan kebijakan yang ada.
Penghitungan ongkos dan biaya selalu memperhitungkan opportunity cost dari
alokasi penggunaan pembiayaan yang ada (Fane and Conden 1966).
Analisis biaya yang meliputi penghitungan opportunity cost memang
kadang memiliki kelemahan. Mark (2009) menjelaskan metode ini lebih
eksplisit dan riil dibandingkan dengan metode-metode yang lain. Lairds (2009)
menjelaskan bahwa penelitian yang menggunakan metode ini dipandang cukup
mahal dan sangat rumit dilakukan. Estimasi-estimasi lain jelas memberikan
gambaran yang kurang riil tetapi lebih mudah dilakukan.
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2.5. Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemical
(REACH)
REACH merupakan gabungan aturan-aturan Uni Eropa berkaitan
substansi kimia yang sebelumnya telah diatur dalam undang-undang lain. Dua
tujuan utama REACH adalah mengembangkan perlindungan terhadap kesehatan
manusia dan lingkungan dari resiko penggunaan bahan kimia dan pada saat
yang sama memperkuat daya saing industri kimia Uni Eropa.
Tujuan
REACH
selaras
dengan
kerangka
kerja
pembangunan
berkelanjutan yang sebelumnya telah disepakati, antara lain:
 Perlindungan terhadap kesehatan manusia dan lingkungan
 Pemeliharaan dan penguatan daya saing industri kimia Uni Eropa
 Pencegahan perpecahan pasar internal Uni Eropa
 Peningkatan transparansi
 Integrasi dalam kesepakatan-kesepakan internasional
 Promosi non-animal testing
 Keterkaitan dengan kewajiban internasional Uni Eropa dalam organisasi
perdagangan dunia (WTO).
2.4.1.
Cara Kerja REACH
REACH didisain agar industri memastikan bahan-bahan kimia
yang diproduksi dan dijual di pasar Uni Eropa tidak berdampak buruk
bagi kesehatan manusia atau lingkungan. Industri harus mengetahui
substansi kimia yang digunakan dan mengatur resiko potensial yang
mungkin timbul. REACH akan membentuk sistem tunggal bagi zat
“terdaftar” dan “baru”; zat yang tergolong non-phase-in (tidak
diproduksi atau dipasarkan sebelum penerapan REACH) dan zat phasein (yang tercantum dalam EINECS, atau yang telah diproduksi dalam
komunitas, namun tidak dipasarkan di pasar Komunitas dalam waktu
15 tahun terakhir atau disebut no longer polymer sesuai Directive
67/548).
Elemen dasar yang dijelaskan dalam Pandangan Umum Dewan
(Council’s Common Position) antara lain:
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1.
Semua zat yang termasuk dalam undang-undang ini kecuali telah
diatur dalam undang-undang lain.
2.
Registrasi mengharuskan pabrik dan importer zat-zat kimia
memperoleh informasi relevan berkaitan zat-zat tersebut dan
menggunakan data yang tersedia agar produksi berjalan aman.
3.
Pengurangan tes menggunakan hewan vertebrata dilakukan dengan
pemakaian data bersama antar anggota.
4.
Informasi yang memadai tentang bahaya dan resiko serta petunjuk
pengelolaan zat-zat kimia akan berguna dalam pengaturan supply
chain.
5.
Pengguna akhir termasuk dalam sistem pengaturan.
6.
Evaluasi dilakukan oleh European Chemical Agency (ECHA)
untuk menilai kelayakan proposal pengejuian yang dibuat oleh
industri atau untuk melihat keterkaitan dengan persyaratan
registrasi. ECHA juga akan meng-koordinasi penilaian zat oleh
otoritas untuk investigasi zat-zat kimia dengan resiko aman.
Penilaian ini dapat digunakan kemudian untuk mempersiapkan
proposal restriksi atau otorisasi.
7.
Zat-zat kimia yang tergolong bahan berbahaya akan dikendalikan
oleh otoritas, ECHA akan mempublikasikan daftar zat-zat tersebut.
Aplikan harus menunjukkan resiko yang ditimbulkan penggunaan
zat-zat tersebut telah dikontrol sepenuhnya atau manfaat sosioekonomis penggunaan melebihi resiko yang ditimbulkan. Aplikan
juga harus mencari ketersediaan substitusi zat atau teknologi yang
sesuai terhadap penggunaan zat-zat tersebut. Jika tersedia, maka
aplikan harus menyiapkan rencana substitusi, namun jika tidak,
aplikan harus menyediakan informasi berkaitan kegiatan riset dan
pengembangannya.
Komisi
ECHA
dapat
mengubah
atau
membatalkan otorisasi sebelumnya jika substitusi tersedia.
8.
Restriksi menyediakan prosedur untuk mengatur industri yang
memasarkan atau menggunakan zat-zat berbahaya menyesuaikan
terhadap kondisi perijinan atau pelarangan. Restriksi sebagai
media pengamanan untuk mengatur resiko Komunitas yang
mungkin tidak cukup dikontrol.
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9.
ECHA akan mengatur aspek teknis, sains, dan administrasi sistem
REACH di level komunitas yang bertujuan untuk memastikan
REACH berfungsi dengan baik dan memiliki kredibilitas bersama
semua stakeholders.
10. Klasifikasi dan labelisasi zat-zat berbahaya akan membantu
promosi kesepahaman dalam industri terhadap klasifikasi zat yang
ada. Bagi beberapa zat yang sangat berbahaya dimungkinkan
harmoniasi klasifikasi yang luas dalam komunitas oleh otoritas.
11. Akses informasi menggabungkan sistem penyediaan informasi
online internet, sistem permintaan akses informasi dan aturanaturan khusus REACH guna melindungi informasi bisnis yang
tergolong rahasia. (reach_in_brief_dec2006_final_en.pdf)
Kewajiban umum industri dan importer zat-zat kimia adalah
mendaftar ke ECHA untuk tiap zat kimia yang diproduksi atau diimpor
tiap tahun sebesar 1 ton atau lebih. Kesalahan mendaftar berakibat
pelarangan produksi atau impor. Registrasi berarti kemauan industri
untuk mengirim:

dokumen teknis untuk zat-zat sebanyak 1 ton atau lebih, dan

laporan keamanan kimia untuk zat-zat sebanyak 10 ton atau lebih.
Bagi zat dengan kuantitas 1 – 10 ton, zat non-phase-in dan zat
phase-in yang memenuhi satu atau dua kriteria dalam Annex III yakni:
zat yang potensial CMR (Carcinogen, Mutagen, Reprotoxic - Toxic to
reproduction) kategori 1 atau 2, persisten, bioakumulatif dan toxic
(PBT) atau sangat persisten dan sangat bioakumulatif (vPvB) atau zat
yang potensial berbahaya bagi kesehatan atau lingkungan dan
digunakan secara luas diprioritaskan untuk memberikan informasi
(sesuai Annex VII) beserta informasi lain yang tersedia. Zat lain yang
tidak
diatur
dalam
Annex
III
harus
memberi
informasi
physicochemical dan (eco) toxicological yang relevan.
Informasi yang diperoleh lewat pengujian Annex (VII dan VIII)
untuk zat dengan kuantitas 10 – 100 ton harus diberikan kepada ECHA
beserta segala informasi yang dimiliki registran. Informasi yang
diperoleh dari pengujian aplikasi Annex VII dan VIII terhadap zat
dengan kuantitas lebih dari 100 ton harus diberikan ke ECHA pada saat
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registrasi. Jika industri atau importer belum memiliki informasi yang
dibutuhkan Annex IX dan bagi zat dengan kuantitas sama atau lebih
dari 1000 ton Annex X maka proposal pengujian harus diberikan untuk
proses registrasi.
Perusahaan yang bermaksud registrasi zat phase-in diminta untuk
melakukan pra-register antara 12 - 18 bulan setelah penerapan REACH.
Hal ini diperlukan untuk memfasilitasi pertukaran data dan mengurangi
resiko penggunaan percobaan hewan vertebrata dan seterusnya
mengurangi biaya bagi industri. Data yang diperoleh dari pengujian
bagi zat phase-in dan non-phase-in terhadap hewan vertebrata
dipertukarkan dengan pembayaran tertentu. Mekanisme komunikasi
dibuat untuk memudahkan industri dan importir menyepakati studi
bersama terhadap hewan vertebrata. Informasi pengujian yang tidak
menggunakan percobaan hewan vertebrata (misal studi in vitro dan
QSARs) hanya dipertukarkan sesuai permintaan registran potensial.
2.4.2.
Evaluasi REACH
Dua tipe evaluasi bertujuan:
1. Evaluasi dossier: ECHA akan mengecek kualitas registrasi dossier:
 Cek kesesuaian (compliance): ECHA mengecek kesesuaian
registrasi dossier dengan persyaratan yang diperlukan sesuai
undang-undang. Minimal 5% dossier akan dicek.
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 Cek proposal pengujian: bertujuan untuk mencegah pengujian
yang tidak perlu menggunakan hewan, misal pengulangan tes,
dan tes berkualitas rendah. Selanjutnya, ECHA akan mengecek
proposal pengujian yang diberikan sebagai bagian dari registrasi
sebelum pengujian dilakukan. ECHA juga akan mengundang
pihak ketiga untuk memberi pendapat yang mungkin menolak
pengujian menggunakan hewan vertebrata.
2. Evaluasi zat: ECHA berkoordinasi dengan otoritas berwenang di
negara-negara anggota Uni Eropa dapat bertanya lebih lanjut kepada
industri tentang resiko yang potensial terhadap kesehatan manusia
atau lingkungan.
ECHA bersama negara-negara anggota Uni Eropa membuat
panduan prioritas zat yang perlu diuji lebih lanjut. ECHA akan
menerbitkan rencana kegiatan bergulir komunitas dalam website guna
identifikasi negara anggota yang bertugas mengevaluasi zat-zat
prioritas tersebut.
2.4.3.
Otorisasi REACH
Zat-zat yang berbahaya perlu diatur dalam otorisasi sebelum
masuk ke pasar di Uni Eropa. Zat yang diatur dalam otorisasi yakni:

CMR kategori 1 dan 2

PBT, vPvB, dan

Zat yang terbukti secara ilmiah berbahaya terhadap kesehatan
manusia dan lingkungan.
2.4.4.
Restriksi REACH
Semua aktivitas yang menggunakan zat yang tidak direstriksi
diperbolehkan dalam skema REACH kecuali zat tersebut termasuk
dalam sistem otorisasi. REACH mengatur pemakaian zat “lama” dan
“baru”, serta menyederhanakan aturan-aturan EU dengan mengganti 40
aturan saat ini dengan sistem tunggal bagi semua jenis zat kimia
berjumlah hampir 30.000 jenis.
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Manfaat penerapan REACH bagi kesehatan publik didasarkan
pada estimasi Bank Dunia. Penyakit yang ditimbulkan oleh bahan
kimia diasumsikan 1% dari seluruh penyakit di EU. Asumsi
pengurangan 10% penyakit-penyakit tersebut, akan mengurangi 0.1%
keseluruhan penyakit di EU. Ini ekivalen dengan 4,500 kematian yang
dapat terhindara dari sebab penyakit kanker. Dengan dasar € 1 juta per
jiwa, maka manfaat potensial REACH mendekati € 50 milyar dalam
periode 30 tahun.
2.6. Penelitian Sebelumnya
Studi yang dilakukan oleh Saqib, et.al (2005), menemukan terjadinya
kenaikan non-tariff measures terhadap produk ekspor India ke ASEAN dan Sri
Lanka. Kenaikan itu bervariasi, dengan kenaikan lebih tinggi terjadi ke tujuan
ekspor Indonesia, Filipina, Malaysia, dan Thailand daripada ke Singapura,
Vietnam, dan Srilanka. Hambatan terbesar terkait penerapan hambatan teknis
SPS (Sanitay and Phytosanitary). Hambatan tersebut bervariasi sesuai standar
negara anggota ASEAN, sehingga menyulitkan produk India (misal: kacang)
masuk ke pasar ASEAN. Produk daging India juga kesulitan masuk ke pasar
ASEAN karena adanya permintaan terhadap proses produksi yang diskriminatif
terhadap usaha kecil dan menengah.
Studi ini juga mengindikasikan adanya hambatan terhadap sertifikasi,
registrasi
dan
pengujian
mutu
barang;
sehingga
merekomendasikan
Kesepahaman Bersama (Mutual Recognition Agreement) antara India dan
negara-negara ASEAN untuk mengurangi biaya transaksi yang terjadi karena
duplikasi pengujian dan sertifikasi.
Hambatan non-tarif dalam perdagangan tidak hanya monopoli negara
maju. Sesuai dengan studi yang dilakukakn oleh Deb, K.U. (2006), negara maju
dan berkembang bersama-sama menerapkan Rules of Origin (RoO) dan NonTariff Measures (NTM) terhadap negara-negara terbelakang. Uni Eropa,
Amerika Serikat, dan Jepang sebagai contoh negara-negara maju bersama-sama
India dan Thailand sebagai contoh negara-negara berkembang, menerapkan
aturan tersebut terhadap impor produk pertanian dari negara-negara terbelakang
yakni: Bangladesh dan Kamboja. Perlakuan tersebut menyebabkan hambatan
dalam perdagangan antar negara.
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Selama dekade terakhir, perdagangan untuk pertumbuhan dipercaya
menjadi penggerak pembangunan ekonomi. Terdapat perbedaan pendapat antara
ekonom dan ahli lingkungan, dimana ekonom berpedoman bahwa perluasan
pasar domestik ke internasional tidak hanya meningkatkan porsi pasar tiap
negara namun juga meningkatkan kompetisi antar negara dan efisiensi
penggunaan sumberdaya alam yang langka. Ahli lingkungan sebaliknya,
menurut mereka biaya sesungguhnya perdagangan internasional adalah
menipisnya sumberdaya alam dan menurunnya kualitas lingkungan. Penelitian
ini dilakukan oleh Khalil et.al. (2006), dengan menggunakan teknik JohansenJuselius co-integration dalam menentukan dinamika jangka pendek data
perekonomian Pakistan tahun 1972-2002. Dalam jangka panjang, perdagangan
global akan berbahaya bagi kualitas lingkungan di negara berkembang karena
negara-negara
maju
menempatkan
teknologi
buruk
di
negara-negara
berkembang. Kesimpulan dari studi ini menyarankan pemerintah untuk
mendisain kebijakan ekonomi yang sesuai untuk menjadi lingkungan.
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BAB III
METODE PENELITIAN
3.1.
Kerangka Pemikiran dan Metode Analisa
Kegiatan “Kajian Dampak Pengenaan Registration,
Evaluation,
Authorization, and Restriction of Chemical (REACH) terhadap Ekspor Non
Migas Indonesia di Pasar Uni Eropa” ini hendak melihat dua hal utama yaitu
dampak kebijakan REACH terhadap kinerja ekspor non-migas Indonesia ke
pasar Uni Eropa dan menyusun strategi dan arah kebijakan ekspor sebagai
antisipasi atas assessment dampak kebijakan Registration, Evaluation,
Authorization, and Restriction of Chemical (REACH) tersebut. Untuk itu
metode penelitian ini didasarkan pada tujuan utama tersebut. Secara umum,
sebuah kebijakan baru akan menghasilkan: hasil-manfaat-dampak terhadap
pemangku kepentingan (stakeholders) yang terlibat dalam kebijakan tersebut.
Urutan hasil-manfaat-dampak dapat menjadi acuan untuk merumuskan dampak
lebih akurat.
Hasil didefinisikan sebagai segala sesuatu yang langsung mencerminkan
berfungsinya suatu kebijakan. Dalam hal ini jika kebijakan Registration,
Evaluation, Authorization, and Restriction of Chemical (REACH) dijalankan
secara penuh maka hasil yang didapatkan tentunya adalah proses pendaftaran,
evaluasi, otorisasi dan pembatasan atas ekspor komoditas non-migas ke pasar
Uni Eropa. Manfaat adalah benefit yang didapatkan ketika kebijakan ini
dijalankan secara optimal. Mengutip latar belakang dalam kebijakan
Registration, Evaluation, Authorization, and Restriction of Chemical (REACH)
ini, benefit yang diharapkan secara umum adalah mengawasi timbulnya bahaya
bagi kesehatan manusia, hewan dan lingkungan atas produk-produk kimia yang
diekspor ke pasar Uni Eropa. Penilaian atas manfaat terhadap stakeholders
secara umum juga mencakup lawan dari manfaat ini, disadvantage. Dalam
konteks ini manfaat yang dirasakan oleh masyarakat konsumen Uni Eropa
sangat mungkin sejalan dengan resiko yang akan dihadapi oleh para eksportir
komoditas dalam lingkup Registration, Evaluation, Authorization, and
Restriction of Chemical (REACH) tersebut di seluruh dunia.
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Selanjutnya, dampak dapat didefinisikan sebagai pengaruh yang
ditimbulkan dari manfaat kebijakan tersebut. Dampak juga menggambarkan
aspek makro dari kebijakan ini dalam aspek jenis komoditas, wilayah, dan
bahkan dunia. Masing-masing aspek ini akan berkorespondensi dengan
stakeholders yang selanjutnya dapat menjadi basis penilaian manfaat. Misalnya
dalam konteks komoditas, maka stakeholder yang terkena dampaknya adalah
para eksportir. Adapun wilayah, dalam perspektif eksportir lokal, maka otoritas
Indonesia adalah salah satu stakeholder yang perlu melakukan assessment
terhadap dampak kebijakan ini pada diri mereka. Dan selanjutnya, dalam
konteks global, dampak tidak langsung dan lanjutan dari kebijakan Registration,
Evaluation, Authorization, and Restriction of Chemical (REACH) tersebut
misalnya dalam bentuk trade diversion akan berdampak pada stakeholder lain
yaitu mitra dagang Indonesia non-Uni Eropa.
Pada tahap awal, setidaknya terdapat dua jenis resiko yang kemudian
akan tercermin dalam dampak dari Registration, Evaluation, Authorization, and
Restriction of Chemical (REACH) tersebut, yaitu (i) meningkatnya biaya
produksi tetap dan (ii) produk yang mengandung bahan kimia tersebut bisa saja
tidak dapat di pasarkan di wilayah Uni Eropa. Resiko pertama ini bersumber
pada penambahan biaya dari proses pendaftaran, evaluasi, dan otorisasi. Resiko
pertama ini akan tercemin pada daya saing komoditas. Resiko kedua, terjadi
ketika limitasi atau restriksi ekspor terjadi saat sebuah komoditas tidak
memenuhi persyaratan dalam Registration, Evaluation, Authorization, and
Restriction of Chemical (REACH). Dalam perspektif domestik, hal ini tetap saja
baik jika terjadi pengalihan ekspor (trade diversion), dan sebaliknya jika tidak.
Muara dari dua resiko ini adalah kinerja ekspor Indonesia ke Uni Eropa.
Untuk itu pendekatan atau metode penelitian yang dapat dilakukan
adalah analisis Nominal Tariff Equivalent dengan pendekatan ex-ante analysis.
Analisis ex-ante adalah analisis yang menggunakan data-data sekarang untuk
melihat dampak sebuah kebijakan ke depan dengan asumsi-asumsi perubahan
yang sudah ditentukan dan disepakati (Marks 2009).
Metodologi untuk menghitung dampak penerapan kebijakan non tarif
masih relatif statik dibandingkan permodelan kebijakan tarif. Balassa (1969)
telah berusaha menggunakan metode price wedge untuk menghitung dampak
suatu kebijakan non tarif. Penghitungan ini cukup konvensional tetapi memiliki
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kelebihan dalam menggambarkan proxy dampak akan kebijakan non tarif (Laird
2009). Kelemahan metodologi ini adalah pendeskripsian dan gambaran umum
keadaan di lapangan kadang tidak mudah didapatkan sehingga diperlukan juga
data-data lapangan secara langsung dan dilakukan survey yang memakan biaya
yang cukup banyak (Laird 2009).
Metode lain yang sering digunakan dalam menghitung dampak Non
Tariff Barrier adalah dengan mengestimasi residual pada gravity model
terhadap ekspor non migas suatu negara dengan masing-masing negara mitra
dagangnya. Kelemahan analisis ini adalah analisis ini lebih bersifat ex-post
analysis. Ex-post analysis adalah analisis yang dapat dilakukan apabila suatu
kebijakan telah dilakukan dan diimplementasikan. Metode ini sangat efektif
untuk mengestimasi suatu evaluasi kebijakan yang ada.
Secara rinci beberapa komponen analisis Nominal Tariff Equivalent
memperhitungkan hal-hal sebagai berikut:
1.
Penghitungan ongkos termasuk opportunity cost
2.
Ex ante analysis
3.
Sensitivity analysis
Dalam menganalisis kebijakan Non Tariff Measure seperti Registration,
Evaluation, Authorization, and Restriction of Chemical (REACH) ini jelas
bahwa peneliti harus menggunakan ex-ante analysis karena kebijakan
Registration, Evaluation, Authorization, and Restriction of Chemical (REACH)
baru berjalan. Kebijakan Registration, Evaluation, Authorization, and
Restriction of Chemical (REACH) baru dalam fase pendaftaran sehingga
dampaknya belum dirasakan oleh eksportir maupun importir. Rekaan dampak
akan kebijakan ini diperlukan forward looking impact (pendeskripsian dampak
ke depan) dengan menggunakan metodologi ex-ante analysis.
Metodologi ex-ante analysis ini diawali dari sebuah titik data awal yang
dipandang paling stabil dan dipandang tidak dipengaruhi oleh shock yang ada di
luar. Data yang diestimasi seharusnya melihat kondisi data yang tidak begitu
fluktuatif dan dipandang pada kondisi normal. Penelitian ini memilih data pada
tahun 2007 karena dipandang data pada tahun ini dampak krisis global masih
dianggap belum begitu berjalan bagi ekspor non migas Indonesia.
Pemilihan tahun 2007 melalui juga pertimbangan keberadaan data harga
pada tingkat internasional. Keberadaan data harga internasional didapatkan
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melalui World Integrated Trade Solution (WITS) yang disediakan oleh
UNCTAD. Harga internasional sangat penting dalam pengukuran Nominal
Tariff Equivalent (NTE). Keberadaan harga internasional dihitung dari unit
value yang ada pada negara yang memproduksi paling efisien. Pemilihan data
harga referensi sangat penting karena akan menentukan tingkat tarif equivalent
yang akan dihitung dalam penghitungan Nominal Tariff Equivalent (NTE).
Perdebatan dalam penelitian Nominal Tariff Equivalent (NTE) sering
terjadi pada pemilihan data harga referensi yang ada (Lairds 2009). Pemilihan
data harga referensi yang optimal seharusnya adalah harga pada negara yang
dapat memproduksi barang dan jasa paling efisien di pasar internasional. Data
harga kadang sulit didapatkan untuk per produk dan berdasarkan HS yang ada.
Proxy terbaik adalah unit value dari ekspor dunia pada barang itu. World
Integrated Trade Solution (WITS) menyajikan data-data itu sehingga Nominal
Tariff Equivalent (NTE) dapat diestimasi dengan baik.
Penelitian ex-ante cost benefit kadang dihadapkan pada kesulitan
melakukan estimasi pada ongkos yang akan diderita oleh produsen ataupun
konsumen sebagai objek estimasi tersebut. Peraturan Registration, Evaluation,
Authorization, and Restriction of Chemical (REACH) akan menimbulkan
beberapa ongkos bagi produsen, eksportir, dan importir Indonesia. Ongkosongkos tersebut dapat berupa ongkos perijinan yang harus ditanggung oleh
importer, ongkos evaluasi zat-zat kimia tertentu, ongkos laboratorium, ongkos
negosiasi, dan ongkos transaksi. Selain itu penghitungan ongkos harus
dilakukan secara hati-hati karena akan menimbulkan over-estimate pada
penelitian tersebut.
Estimasi harus didasarkan pada ketepatan setiap ongkos dengan dasar
pengetahuan dan deskripsi yang jelas akan opportunity cost yang diderita oleh
importir maupun eksportir akibat penerapan Registration, Evaluation,
Authorization, and Restriction of Chemical (REACH) tersebut. Opportunity cost
dapat berupa pendapatan yang hilang karena pengurusan ijin, pengujian
laboratorium, dan ketertahanan barang di pelabuhan atas perijinan tersebut.
Penghitungan opportunity cost juga merupakan anggapan ongkos secara
arbitrase oleh peneliti sehingga banyak sekali menimbulkan perdebatan yang
sengit untuk mendapatkan suatu estimasi yang tepat.
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Estimasi biaya-biaya yang dihitung oleh penelitian ini menggunakan
asumsi pembiayaan yang harus ditanggung oleh importir apabila dia
mendaftarkan sebagai individual submission. Pendaftaran untuk individual
submission merupakan ongkos termahal sehingga tidak begitu memberikan
hasil yang terlalu optimistis terhadap hasil estimasi penghitungan Nominal
Tariff Equivalent-nya. Penghitungan Nominal Tariff Equivalent ditaruh pada
posisi yang tinggi agar apabila ternyata importir menggunakan peluang dan
ruang lain selain individual submission maka dampak ini dapat diminalisasikan.
Peluang kebijakan dapat dilihat dampaknya apabila importir melakukan
improvisasi pendaftaran dengan metode lain.
Nominal Tariff Equivalent sebenarnya diambil dari dasar penghitungan
Nominal Rate of Protection (Marks 2009). Marks (2009).menjelaskan bahwa
Nominal Rate of Protection adalah proporsi dari harga dengan suatu biaya
kebijakan proteksi melebihi harga persaingan sempurna. Penentuan harga
persaingan sempurna selalu menimbulkan suatu pertanyaan besar. Nominal Rate
of Protection dan Nominal Tariff Equivalent kadang akan bernilai sama apabila
pajak atau tarif yang dari hulu ke hilir sama (Marks 2009, Corden 1966).
NRPj =
Pj  Pj*
Pj*
,
Dasar penghitungan ini dimodifikasi dengan ongkos atau biaya yang
ditimbulkan karena penerapan Non Tariff Measures (NTMs). Masing-masing
Non Tariff Measures akan menimbulkan ongkos riil secara finansial dan shadow
cost. Penghitungan shadow cost akan dihitung berdasarkan opportunity cost
yang muncul karena adanya penerapan Nominal Tariff Equivalent tersebut.
Perijinan dan segala sesuatu yang merupakan ongkos dari adanya aturan
dan persyaratan akan menimbulkan ongkos kepatuhan atau cost of compliance
(Marks 2009). Ongkos kepatuhan ini tentu saja dapat berupa nominal dari harga
jumlah waktu yang hilang apabila menggunakannya untuk memproduksi barang
dan jasa yang serupa (Marks 2009). Ongkos kepatuhan merupakan salah satu
ongkos yang dapat diidentifikasi di antara ongkos-ongkos lainnya.
Ongkos-ongkos lain tentunya juga akan timbul dalam penerapan Non
Tariff Measures. Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of
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Chemical (REACH) menimbulkan ongkos-ongkos yang begitu banyak. Selain
ongkos kepatuhan Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of
Chemical (REACH) juga menimbulkan ongkos hilangnya kesempatan atau
opportunity lost. Kesempatan untuk ikut
masuk dalam perdagangan
memerlukan estimasi yang cukup rumit. Kesempatan bersaing menimbulkan
subjektifitas peneliti sehingga cenderung tidak diperhitungkan sebagai ongkos.
Ongkos kepatuhan adalah satu-satunya ongkos yang paling mudah untuk
diestimasi dengan data-data pendukung yang ada. Data-data makro dan mikro
ekonomi masing-masing perusahaan tersedia secara sekunder di dalam catatan
statistik. Kebijakan-kebijakan perdagangan biasanya harus mengadopsi berbagai
macam data-data makroekonomi untuk melakukan proxi terhadap kondisi
mikroekonomi.
Keistimewaan
Nominal
Tariff
Equivalent
adalah
hitungan
ini
mencerminkan tambahan harga yang harus ditanggung oleh supplyer sehingga
daya saing produk dapat berubah dibandingkan dengan para pesaingnya.
Pesaing akan memiliki keuntungan untuk melakukan penetrasi pasar yang lebih
apabila dia mendapatkan pesaing yang harganya jauh lebih mahal. Cost
competitiveness merupakan keunggulan yang mudah dilihat oleh peneliti
dibandingkan market share.
Penghitungan daya saing dari harga juga memberikan indikator
perubahan kondisi persaingan antara pemain yang patuh terhadap peraturan dan
yang tidak patuh. Pemain yang patuh akan menunjukkan kepatuhannya dan
memiliki kesempatan bermain di pasar (Varian 2006). Hambatan pasar yang
timbul karena peraturan menjadikan pemain patuh memenuhi persyaratan utama
dalam peraturan tersebut. Lemons problems akan hilang dengan diberikannya
suatu permit atau ijin (Varian 2006).
Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemical
(REACH) memiliki dua hambatan perdagangan atau pasar. Ijin atau permit
memiliki suatu kekuatan terhadap pesaing yaitu entitlement power (kekuatan
pengakuan) dan enrichment power (kekuatan pengayaan). Kekuatan pengakuan
memberikan dampak pada pengakuan hukum terhadap suatu barang dan jasa
yang beredar. Kekuatan pengayaan juga memberikan suatu dampak penetrasi
pasar yang kuat untuk lebih dari pesaingnya. Secara singkat, skema kerangka
pemikiran dapat dilihat di bawah ini.
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Ekspor Non Migas
Indonesia ke Uni Eropa
Regulasi REACH
Analisa Perubahan Kinerja Ekspor Non Migas
Nominal Tariff Equivalent
Assesment
biaya
produksi
Rumusan Strategi Dan Kebijakan Dampak Penerapan
REACH Terhadap Ekspor Non Migas Indonesia di Pasar Uni
Gambar 3.1. Kerangka Pemikiran
3.2.
Data dan Pengumpulan Data
Pelaksanaan kajian memerlukan data baik primer dan sekunder maupun
yang digunakan untuk analisa kuantitatif dan kualitatif. Data diperoleh dari
beberapa lembaga terkait di dalam negeri juga di luar negeri. Data sekunder
diperoleh dari dokumen atau arsip tertulis, laporan hasil penelitian, dan
publikasi lainnya.
Dokumen yang (misalnya) hanya berupa catatan pribadi
responden, mengikuti pendapat Poplin (1979), tetap bisa dinilai sebagai data
penting dalam penelitian survey seperti pada penelitian ini. Data sekunder yang
diperlukan merupakan data time series selama 5 (lima) tahun yaitu periode
tahun 2004-2008
Data primer diperoleh dari pencatatan di lapangan melalui wawancara
dan pengamatan atas kejadian-kejadian yang secara langsung dapat diikuti
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peneliti.
Wawancara dilakukan terhadap responden sample.
Wawancara
terhadap responden dilakukan dengan dua cara, yaitu dengan berpedoman pada
daftar pertanyaan yang sudah disiapkan secara terstruktur (kuesioner) (Poplin,
1979); dan yang hanya berpedoman pada daftar pertanyaan kunci (key
questions).
Teknik diskusi dilakukan untuk menggali pemahaman lebih dalam
tentang suatu gejala atau kejadian, yang memungkinkan peneliti mengetahui
aspek ideografis (Von Wright, 1979) yaitu suatu kejadian yang berkaitan
dengan kegiatan ekspor. Hasil wawancara dengan berpedoman dengan key
questions dan diskusi dicatat dalam catatan lapangan, atau dikenal sebagai note
taking (Bailey, 1982).
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BAB IV
DAMPAK PENGENAAN REGISTRATION, EVALUATION,
AUTHORIZATION AND RESTRICTION OF CHEMICAL (REACH)
TERHADAP EKSPOR NON MIGAS INDONESIA DI PASAR UNI EROPA
4.1.
Gambaran Umum Perdagangan Indonesia - Uni Eropa
Sektor Perdagangan mencatat bahwa Uni Eropa merupakan kelompok
mitra perdagangan luar negeri Indonesia terbesar setelah ASEAN, baik
sebagai negara tujuan ekspor maupun sebagai negara pengimpor. Total
perdagangan Indonesia–Uni Eropa pada tahun 2008 mengalami peningkatan
menjadi sebesar US$ 26,01 milyar atau tumbuh sebesar 23,7% dari tahun
sebelumnya. Sementara itu, pangsa perdagangan Indonesia-Uni Eropa
mencapai 9,5% dari total nilai perdagangan Indonesia dengan seluruh mitra
dagang. Sedangkan perkembangan ekspor Indonesia ke Uni Eropa selama
2004-2008 mengalami peningkatan yaitu meningkat rata-rata sebesar 15,8%
per tahun atau dengan total ekspor sebesar US$ 15,45 milyar pada tahun
2008. Pangsa ekspor Indonesia ke Uni Eropa mencapai 11,3% dari total
ekspor Indonesia.
Tabel 4.1.1. Perkembangan Ekspor Indonesia ke
Beberapa Mitra Dagang, 2004–2008 (US$Milyar)
NEGARA
2004
2007
2008
TREND
2004-2008
PERUBAHAN
08/07
SHARE
2008
2008
JAN-JUL
2009
PERUBAHAN
JEPANG
15.96
23.63
27.74
14.7%
17.4%
20.2%
16.63
9.54
-42.6%
ASEAN
12.99
22.29
27.17
19.9%
21.9%
19.8%
16.67
11.95
-28.3%
UNIEROPA
9.09
13.34
15.45
14.1%
15.8%
11.3%
8.98
7.24
-19.4%
AMERIKASERIKAT
8.77
11.61
13.04
10.0%
12.2%
9.5%
7.72
5.94
-23.1%
SINGAPURA
6.00
10.50
12.86
19.9%
22.5%
9.4%
7.96
5.00
-37.2%
REP.RAKYATCINA
4.60
9.68
11.64
24.9%
20.3%
8.5%
7.37
5.93
-19.6%
SUBTOTAL
57.42
91.06
107.90
16.7%
18.5%
78.8%
65.32
45.60
-30.2%
LAINNYA
14.17
23.04
29.12
19.0%
26.4%
21.2%
17.61
14.16
-19.6%
DUNIA
71.58
114.10
137.02
17.2%
20.1%
100.0%
82.92
59.76
-27.9%
Sumber:Badan Pusat Statistik,diolah Departemen Perdagangan
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Ekspor Non Migas Indonesia ke Uni Eropa beragam terdiri dari ekspor
hasil pertanian, hasil pertambangan, dan hasil industri. Ketiga ragam ekspor
tersebut antara lain: karet; ikan; buah-buahan; batu permata; tekstil, kimia
organik. Perkembangan keragaman ekspor Indonesia tidak menunjukkan
perkembangan yang sama.
Tabel 4.1.2. Perkembangan Ekspor Indonesia ke Uni Eropa HS 6 (enam) digit
Tahun 2004-2008
TREND (% ) PANGSA (% )
HS6
URAIAN
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
JAN-SEP
PERTUMB.
(% )
151110
PALM OIL AND ITS FRACTIONS, CRUDE,
325.19
NOT CHEMICALLY
381.39
MODIFIED
487.93
709.05
1,404.69
42.57
9.14
945.79
852.21
-9.89
270112
BITUMINOUS COAL, WHETHER OR NOT
245.22
PULVERIZED,
464.21BUT NOT
654.82
AGGLOMERATED
403.95
775.56
24.16
5.05
503.35
438.75
-12.83
400122
TECHNICALLY SPECIFIED NATURAL RUBBER
304.77 (TSNR)
265.30
IN PRIMARY
507.39 FORMS
592.36
OR IN PLATES,
725.22 SHEETS28.88
OR STRIP
4.72
584.91
219.62
-62.45
151190
PALM OIL AND ITS FRACTIONS, REFINED
238.60
BUT NOT
284.44
CHEMICALLY
284.93 MODIFIED
458.76
679.51
29.32
4.42
534.11
293.54
-45.04
260300
COPPER ORES AND CONCENTRATES 453.69
784.24
976.77
1,183.50
598.64
10.14
3.89
509.79
695.45
36.42
151321
PALM KERNEL OR BABASSU OIL AND222.44
THEIR FRACTIONS,
224.31
CRUDE,
219.55 NOT 280.56
CHEMICALLY
454.86
MODIFIED 17.99
2.96
331.64
168.52
-49.19
640319
SPORTS FOOTWEAR (OTHER THAN SKI
229.78
FOOTWEAR)
297.08
NESOI,404.43
WITH OUTER
398.57
SOLES OF
446.83
RUBBER, PLASTICS,
17.63
LEATHER
2.91OR COMPOSITION
323.85
284.09
LEATHER AND
-12.28
UPPERS OF LEATHER
090111
COFFEE, NOT ROASTED, NOT DECAFFEINATED
88.52
174.29
181.58
177.21
396.21
35.18
2.58
313.62
233.24
-25.63
940360
WOODEN FURNITURE, NESOI
269.37
345.88
319.63
357.20
349.89
5.71
2.28
276.53
209.56
-24.22
270119
COAL, OTHER THAN ANTHRACITE OR 21.63
BITUMINOUS,
51.43WHETHER
193.21
OR NOT169.45
PULVERIZED,
253.30
BUT NOT AGGLOMERATED
84.28
1.65
167.99
223.57
33.08
844331
MACHINES WHICH PERFORM TWO OR195.24
MORE OF 299.11
THE FUNCTIONS
164.47 OF PRINTING,
216.96 COPYING
248.36 OR FACSIMILE
1.62
TRANSMISSION,
1.62
186.52
CAPABLE 166.24
OF CONNECTING
-10.88
TO AN AUTOMATIC DATA PROC
151311
COCONUT (COPRA) OIL AND ITS FRACTIONS,
93.45 CRUDE,
156.87NOT CHEMICALLY
64.29
202.06
MODIFIED
220.49
21.77
1.43
195.86
68.81
-64.87
640399
FOOTWEAR, WITH OUTER SOLES OF RUBBER,
35.30 PLASTICS
40.76 OR COMPOSITION
76.64
163.08
LEATHER
198.98
AND UPPERS
62.34
OF LEATHER1.29
NESOI, NOT
142.33
COVERING
124.17
THE ANKLE-12.76
852580
TELEVISION CAMERAS, DIGITAL CAMERAS
175.46 AND193.18
VIDEO CAMERA
154.43 RECORDERS.
218.68
193.02
3.20
1.26
146.62
182.54
24.50
440929
NON-CONIFEROUS;OTHER
73.88
80.42
151.83
152.33
167.49
25.55
1.09
132.81
100.07
-24.65
230660
PALM NUT OR KERNEL OILCAKE AND 53.33
OTHER SOLID
53.42
RESIDUES
67.29
RESULTING
123.84
FROM THE
162.02
EXTRACTION
35.84OF PALM NUTS
1.05 OR KERNELS,
126.07
WHETHER
59.02
OR NOT
-53.19
GROUND OR IN PELLETS
852721
RADIOBROADCAST RECEIVERS FOR MOTOR
110.46 VEHICLES,
120.69 COMBINED
97.14 WITH
153.34
SOUND RECORDING
135.83
OR 6.75
REPRODUCING0.88
APPARATUS,
100.52 NOT CAPABLE
48.61
OF OPERATING
-51.64
WITHOUT OUTSIDE POW
382490
PRODUCTS, PREPARATIONS AND RESIDUAL
0.01 PRODUCTS
0.05 OF THE
0.01
CHEMICAL
3.56OR ALLIED
125.61INDUSTRIES,
986.93INCL. THOSE
0.82
CONSISTING
53.50 OF MIXTURES
88.56
OF NATURAL
65.53
PRODUCTS, N.E.S . (EX
382319
FATTY ACIDS, INDUSTRIAL, MONOCARBOXYLIC;
60.75
49.52
ACID OILSFROM
73.08 REFINING
76.68 (EXCL.
125.34
STEARIC ACID,
20.75OLEIC ACID0.82
AND TALL
97.74
OIL FATTY
69.38
ACIDS)
-29.02
030613
SHRIMPS AND PRAWNS, INCLUDING IN
114.77
SHELL, COOKED
132.62 BY STEAMING
159.16
137.85
OR BY BOILING
122.26IN WATER,1.66
FROZEN
0.80
98.65
67.19
-31.89
SUB TOTAL
3,311.88
4,399.22
5,238.59
6,179.00
7,784.12
22.74
50.64
5,772.23
4,593.13
-20.43
LAINNYA
5,638.00
5,880.67
6,721.45
7,055.15
7,585.97
8.07
49.36
5,741.88
5,058.82
-11.90
TOTAL NON MIGAS
8,949.88 10,279.89 11,960.04 13,234.15 15,370.09
14.27
100.00 11,514.11
9,651.95
-16.17
04-08
2008
2008
2009
Sumber: BPS (diolah)
4.2.
Pemahaman
Eksportir/Eksportir
Produsen
Indonesia
Mengenai
Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical
(REACH)
Pemberlakuan
Registration,
Evaluation,
Authorization
And
Restriction Of Chemical (REACH) bagi Indonesia yang merupakan salah satu
negara pengekspor berbagai komoditas ke Uni Eropa tentunya sangat
berpengaruh terutama terhadap eksportir/eksportir produsen (perusahaan
ekspor) sebagai pelaku utama pengekspor Indonesia ke Uni Eropa. Untuk itu,
menjadi sangat penting untuk mengetahui sejauhmana pengetahuan dan
pemahaman pelaku ekspor ke Uni Eropa terkait dengan Registration,
Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical (REACH).
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Berdasarkan hasil survey tentang pemahaman ekspor/eksportir
produsen tentang Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of
Chemical (REACH) yang dijadikan responden diperoleh beragam pendapat.
Survey dilaksanakan di 4 (empat) kota besar Propinsi yaitu : Surabaya,
Medan, Manado, dan Makassar. Pelaksanaan survey dilaksanakan dengan
membatasi subjek survey yaitu hanya dilakukan untuk perusahaan yang
melakukan ekspor ke Uni Eropa dan komoditas yang diekspor adalah bukan
barang atau komoditi dasar (raw material) tanpa melalui proses kimiawi
tertentu. Perusahaan yang disurvey diantaranya adalah perusahaan yang
bergerak di komoditas karet (ban), tepung kelapa, kayu olahan, minyak
goreng, CPO, karbon arang. Kesulitan besar yang dihadapi dalam
pelaksanaan survey adalah dimana beberapa perusahaan sulit untuk
memberikan informasi karena adanya kekhawatiran bahwa hasil survey
mempengaruhi pajak perusahaan. Hambatan lain yang dihadapi adalah masih
belum adanya persepsi mengenai definisi bahan kimia.
Dari survey diketahui bahwa sebagian besar yaitu separo dari
perusahaan yang melakukan ekspor ke Uni Eropa dilakukan melalui broker
atau trader sehingga perusahaan tidak mengetahui secara pasti siapakah
pembeli dan yang memasarkan produk mereka di pasar Uni Eropa. 28% -nya
langsung melakukan aktivitas ekspor melalui importir di Uni Eropa,
sementara itu sisanya melakukan aktivitas ekspornya dengan cara selain
melalui broker dan langsung dengan importir.
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Langsung
ke importir
di Uni
Eropa
28%
Lain-lain
22%
Melalui
broker
50%
Gambar 4.2.1. Cara Ekspor Ke Uni Eropa
Menyangkut
pengetahuan
terkait
Registration,
Evaluation,
Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical (REACH), ketika ditanyakan
tentang
tahu-tidaknya
diimplementasikannya
regulasi
baru
bernama
Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical
(REACH) di Uni Eropa, didapatkan jawaban yang relative tidak
mengkhawatirkan. Kondisi tersebut dapat dijelaskan bahwa dari sejumlah
perasahaan yang disurvey, yaitu sekitar 44% diantaranya mengetahui adanya
Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical
(REACH). Perusahaan yang mengetahui adanya Registration, Evaluation,
Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical (REACH), pada umumnya adalah
perusahaan yang memiliki keterkaitan atau anak perusahaan atau cabang
perusahaan yang berkedudukan atau berkantor pusat di wilayah negara
anggota Uni Eropa.
Sedangkan untuk perusahaan eksportir CPO merupakan perusahaan
yang sudah cukup konsern terkait isu dengan tidak dimasukkannya CPO
dalam pengecualian untuk registrasi Registration, Evaluation, Authorization
And Restriction Of Chemical (REACH) sementara itu, untuk jenis minyak
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nabati lain seperti minyak kedelai dan minyak jagung masuk dalam
pengecualian kewajiban pendaftaran Registration, Evaluation, Authorization
And Restriction Of Chemical (REACH) yang tertera pada Annex IV sebelum
dilakukan amandemen.
Tahu
44%
Tidak Tahu
56%
Gambar 4.2.2. Pengetahuan Eksportir/ Eksportir Produsen mengenai REACH
Dari sejumlah perusahaan yang mengetahui adanya Registration,
Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical (REACH), diperoleh
informasi bahwa sekitar 49%-nya mengetahui adanya overview tentang
Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical
(REACH) melalui internet untuk mendapatkan informasi adanya regulasi
tersebut di Uni Eropa terkait dengan pendaftaran bahan kimia dan kandungan
bahan kimia dalam suatu bahan. Informasi lain yang diperoleh perusahaan
tentang overview regulasi Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And
Restriction Of Chemical (REACH) adalah melalui asosiasi perusahaan sebesar
13%, instansi pemerintah melalui sosialisasi sekitar 13% serta lain-lain
(seperti tukar informasi antar pengusaha) sebesar 25%. Walaupun demikian,
sosialisasi melalui pemerintah masih dirasakan masih kurang karena beberapa
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perusahaan merasa bahwa informasi tentang adanya sosialisasi yang
dilakukan instansi terkait tidak sampai ke perusahaan yang bersangkutan.
Selain itu, di beberapa kesempatan wawancara saat melaksanakan
survey, diketahui bahwa pengusaha menganggap bahwa Registration,
Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical (REACH) tidak
mempengaruhi ekspor mereka ke Uni Eropa karena sampai saat ini masih bisa
berjalan dan jika terjadi penurunan ekspor pada tahun 2009, disebabkan oleh
krisis global. Kondisi tersebut juga sejalan dengan informasi yang didapatkan
melalui survey di salah satu negara anggota Uni Eropa yaitu Belanda, dimana
hingga saat ini, proses arus barang tidak dihambat secara langsung dengan
Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical
(REACH). Hambatan arus barang hanya dilakukan dengan penarikan
peredaran di pasaran jika disinyalir barang tersebut berbahaya bagi manusia
dan lingkungan.
Instansi
pemerintah
13%
Lain - lain
25%
Asosiasi
13%
Internet
49%
Gambar 4.2.3. Sumber Informasi REACH
Sejalan dengan cara sebagaian besar eksportir dalam melakukan
ekspor ke Uni Eropa, hubungan eksportir Indonesia dengan importirnya di
Uni Eropa juga ditunjukkan dengan informasi tentang pengetahuan eksportir
mengenai status importir Uni Eropa dalam melakukan registrasi Registration,
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Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical (REACH). Lebih dari
separuh yaitu sekitar 72% eksportir tidak mengetahui bahwa importir Uni
Eropa sudah atau belum melakukan registrasi Registration, Evaluation,
Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical (REACH). Kondisi tersebut
menunjukkan bahwa eksportir Indonesia kurang memiliki relasi dan
kerjasama dengan importir Uni Eropa.
Tahu importir
sudah
melakukan
registrasi
0%
Tahu importir
belum atau
tidak
melakukan
registrasi
28%
Tidak tahu
importir
sudah
mendaftar/be
lum
72%
Gambar 4.2.4. Pengetahuan Mengenai Status Importir Uni Eropa terkait REACH
Disamping itu, terkait dengan keharusan registrasi menurut ketentuan
Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical
(REACH) membutuhkan data–data dari suplay chain terutama data bahan
kimia, sifat kimiawinya, penggunaan serta penanganannya. Hasil survey
menunjukkan bahwa tidak satupun perusahaan telah mengirimkan dan
diminta mengirimkan kelengkapan tersebut di atas ke importir bersangkutan.
Bahkan sekiatr 78% dari perusahaan yang disurvey tidak tahu mengenai ada
tidaknya permintaan kelengkapan mengenai data bahan kimia tersebut.
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Diminta
menyampaikan
dokumen
kelengkapan
untuk keperluan
importir
meregistrasi
REACH
0%
Tidak diminta
untuk
menyampaikan
dokumen
kelengkapan
terkait REACH
22%
Tidak tahu
78%
Gambar 4.2.5. Langkah tindak Lanjut yang dilakukan pengusaha terkait REACH
4.3.
Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical
(REACH): Fakta dan Realita
Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical
(REACH) telah diimplementasikan semenjak 1 Juni 2007 yang kemudian
dilanjutkan dengan proses pre registrasi yang memasuki batas akhir pada
tanggal 1 Desember 2008. Proses Pre-registrasi dimaksudkan untuk
mendapatkan data awal mengenai bahan kimia apa saja yang beredar di
wilayah Uni Eropa. Proses Pre-registrasi hanya dilaksanakan dengan
menyampaikan daftar bahan kimia serta data awal mengenai kode, sifat kimia
dan penggunaannya tanpa data uji laboratorium. Pre-registrasi diwajikan
untuk bahan kimia dengan tonase dibawah 1 (satu) ton per tahun. Per tanggal
1 Januari 2010, proses registrasi sudah mulai dilaksanakan untuk bahan
kimia/kandungan bahan kimia dengan tonase lebih dari 1.000 (seribu) ton dan
atau untuk bahan kimia/kandungan bahan kimia yang bersifat menyebabkan
kanker (Carcinogen), menyebabkan mutasi (mutagen) serta beracun bagi
reproduksi (reprotoxic). Demikian pula dengan Carcinogen, mutagen,
reprotoxic dengan tonase 1 ton/tahun dan atau untuk bahan kimia/kandungan
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bahan kimia yang bersifat racun dan berbahaya bagi organisme maupun
lingkungan perairan (R50/53) dengan tonase 100 ton pertahun.
Informasi tentang tahapan pelaksanaan Registration, Evaluation,
Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical (REACH) adalah sebagai berikut :
4.3.1.
Pre-registrasi dan Registrasi
Seluruh produsen dan importir yang tidak melakukan pre-registrasi
sesuai periode tersebut, tidak dapat memperoleh kemudahan dari transisi
pelaksanaan
peraturan
Registration,
Evaluation,
Authorization
And
Restriction Of Chemical (REACH). Dalam hal ini, siapapun yang tidak
melakukan pre-registasi tidak dapat melakukan aktivitasnya di Uni Eropa
setelah memasuki masa registrasi. Transisi yang dimaksud adalah
kelonggaran untuk tetap melakukan distribusi, pemasaran maupun
importansi ke pasar Uni Eropa tanpa melakukan registrasi selama
banyaknya bahan kimia yang didistribusikan, dipasarkan, dan diimpor
masih belum melebihi batas tonase yang ditetapkan.
Disamping itu, seperti halnya terungkap melalui wawancara dengan
stakeholder dan lembaga yang terkait dengan Registration, Evaluation,
Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical (REACH) di Finlandia bahwa
saat memasuki masa registrasi, setiap perusahaan yang telah pre-register dan
kriteria tonasenya masuk dalam kewajiban untuk di daftarkan dapat tetap
melakukan kegiatannya bersamaan dengan proses registerasi, sedangkan
untuk perusahaan yang tidak melakukan register maka harus melakukan
register terlebih dahulu baru kemudian bisa melakukan aktivitasnya.
Sebagai gambaran penjelasan diatas dapat dilihat di ilustrasi di bawah ini:
 Masa pre-register adalah 1 Juni – 31 Desember 2008
 Masa registrasi untuk tonase >1 ton/tahun : 31 Desember 2010
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Tonase
Tonase
Status Register
Tahunan Tahunan Status pres.d
Perusahaan
Keterangan
pada 2008 pada 2010 register
31 Desember
(ton/th)
(ton/th)
2010
Setelah tanggal 31
Desember 2010 dapat
perusahaan
>1
Ya
melakukan
aktivitas
A
baru
bisnis setelah registrasi
disetujui
Setelah tanggal 31
Desember 2010 tidak
persahaan
dapat
melakukan
>1
Tidak
B
baru
aktivitas bisnis sampai
melakukan registrasi
dan disetujui
Setelah tanggal 31
Desember 2010 masih
<1
>1
Ya
Ya
C
dapat
melakukan
aktivitas bisnis
Setelah tanggal 31
Desember 2010 masih
dapat
melakukan
<1
>1
Ya
Tidak
D
aktivitas bisnis dan
pada waktu bersamaan
melakukan registrasi
Setelah tanggal 31
Desember 2010 dapat
<1
>1
Tidak
Ya
melakukan
aktivitas
E
asal registrasi sudah
disetujui
Setelah tanggal 31
Desember 2010 tidak
<1
>1
Tidak
Tidak
F
dapat
melakukan
aktivitas bisnis
Masa registrasi sudah dimulai awal tahun 2009, meskipun terdapat
kriteria
pengecualian
pendaftaran
untuk
beberapa
senyawa
kimia
sebagaimana terdapat dalam Annex IV dan Annex V, namun banyak hal
dalam prakteknya menunjukkan bahwa regulasi Registration, Evaluation,
Authorization
And
Restriction
Of
Chemical
(REACH)
merupakan
impedimen yang cukup signifikan bagi perdagangan. Meskipun tidak
langsung terasa imbasnya bagi eksportir seperti halnya Indonesia, namun
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untuk jangka panjang dan melihat perkembangan yang ada, kondisi tersebut
perlu diperhatikan karena semangat dasar regulasi Registration, Evaluation,
Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical (REACH) adalah no data, no
market. Maksud dari pernyataan no data, no market adalah jika perusahaan
yang berkewajiban untuk mendaftar dalam hal ini baik manufaktur,
importir, maupun distributor di Uni Eropa tidak melakukan registrasi
sebelum masa registrasi berakhir maka perusahaan tersebut tidak dapat
memasukkan, menggunakan maupun memasarkan bahan kimia maupun
produk (artikel) yang mengandung bahan kimia yang didaftarkan wajib
didaftarkan di pasar Uni Eropa.
Kenyataan di lapangan, sebagaimana disampaikan oleh beberapa
stakeholder di Finlandia dan sebagaimana telah pula dikonfirmasikan
kepada European Chemical Agency (ECHA), menunjukkan bahwa proses
pendaftaran dilakukan menurut kaidah per bahan kimia (substance) per
perusahaan dan per penggunaan. Anak Perusahaan juga tidak dapat
menginduk pada perusahaan besarnya, misalnya Unilever pusat yang
berkedudukan di wilayah Uni Eropa telah meregistrasikan senyawa A, maka
Unilever Indonesia harus tetap meregistrasikan senyawa A yang diekspor ke
Uni Eropa.
Rapatnya tenggang waktu untuk pelaksanaan pendaftaran cukup
menyita perhatian perusahaan. Disamping itu, kelengkapan dokumen
persyaratan untuk pendaftaran Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And
Restriction Of Chemical (REACH) sangat banyak dan kompleks sehingga
setiap perusahaan memerlukan bantuan orang yang cukup expertis terutama
di bidang Kimia, Hukum dan Teknologi Informasi (IT). Tenaga Ahli
Teknologi Informasi (IT) diperlukan untuk menyiapkan dan menjalankan
sistem komputasi perusahaan karena untuk memenuhi seluruh dokumen
Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical
(REACH) digunakan sistem komputerisasi dengan bentuk software IUCLID
dan REACH IT. Perlu bagi perusahaan untuk dapat mengintegrasikan
seluruh sistem yang ada. Adapun ahli Kimia jelas diperlukan karena
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Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical
(REACH) merupakan pendaftaran terkait bahan kimia dan ahli hukum
diperlukan karena berhubungan dengan regulasi maka segala bentuk
pertanggungjawabannya harus merujuk pada tata hukum yang berlaku dan
dibawa ke pengadilan.
Dokumen
kelengkapan
pendaftaran
Registration,
Evaluation,
Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical (REACH) antara lain berupa
chemical safety data maupun chemical safety report. Dua dokumen tersebut
diantaranya memuat informasi mengenai siafat kimia, sifat fisik,
penggunaan, serta penanganan bahan kimia yang didaftarkan. Informasi
tersebut harus didasarkan pada data – data uji laboratorium. Laboratorium
yang hasil ujinya dapat digunakan untuk melengkapi data pendaftaran
haruslah dari laboratorium yang sudah memiliki standar good laboratory
practice (GLP).
Perusahaan yang tidak dapat melampirkan data–data laboratorium
dapat menggunakan data laboratorium yang digunakan oleh perusahaan lain.
Data dari perusahaan lain tersebut dapat diperoleh melalui suatu forum yang
disebut
substance
information
exchange
forum
(SIEF).
Dokumen
pendaftaran tersebut haruslah juga dilengkapi dengan kadar atau dosis bahan
kimia dalam suatu bahan, campuran maupun produk. Dalam dokumen
tersebut juga diwajibkan untuk memasukkan informasi yang disebarkan
bagi customer. Feedback dari customer terkait penanganan dan penggunaan
bahan kimia juga harus dimasukkan dalam dokumen tersebut.
Kendala dalam mekanisme penyampaian dokumen adalah bahwa
penyampaian informasi kadar atau dosis bahan kimia dalam suatu bahan,
campuran maupun produk akan membuka informasi internal perusahaan
yang menjadi rahasia perusahaan. Banyak perusahaan di Uni Eropa yang
melakukan pengolahan lanjut terhadap apa yang mereka impor dan juga
untuk satu jenis bahan bisa diperoleh berbagai macam penggunaan yang
spesifik antar satu perusahaan dengan perusahaan lainnya.
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Kendala lain yang sangat penting adalah terkait biaya dimana
seluruh aspek persiapan, pengumpulan informasi dan proses pendaftaran
tidak luput dari biaya yang sangat tinggi. Biaya untuk pendaftaran saja
berkisar antara 10.000 - 15.000 Euro. Biaya lain yang harus dikeluarkan
diantaranya adalah biaya untuk menginventarisasi seluruh bahan kimia yang
digunakan untuk proses produksi dan bahan kimia atau kandungan bahan
kimia tersebut pada produk jadi. Biaya selanjutnya adalah untuk
mendapatkan data–data uji laboraorium, bila menggunakan data uji dari
perusahaan lain maka perlu membeli data tersebut.
Proses pembelian data adalah melalui substance information
exchange forum (SIEF) yang mana untuk masuk menjadi anggota substance
information exchange forum (SIEF) haruslah mengeluarkan biaya yang
tidak sedikit pula. Berpartisipasi dalam substance information exchange
forum (SIEF) adalah merupakan kewajiban bagi para registrant (pendaftar)
Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical
(REACH). Keikutsertaan dalam substance information exchange forum
(SIEF) biasanya menggunakan pihak ketiga untuk mewakili perusahaan
dalam forum dengan tujuan agar rahasia perusahaan terutama dalam hal
komposisi penggunaan bahan kimia tidak bocor. Tujuan lain dari adanya
substance information exchange forum (SIEF) adalah agar perusahaan yang
akan dan sudah mendaftar dapat memutuskan suatu kesepakatan mengenai
kesamaan nama, label dan pengkodean bahan kimia yang sampai saat ini
masih terdapat perbedaan terutama dalam nama baik dari sisi pengusaha,
pasar maupun European Chemical Agency (ECHA) sebagai lembaga yang
berwenang.
Kendala bagi perusahaan dalam partisipasi di substance information
exchange forum (SIEF) selain kendala biaya dan kemungkinan bocornya
rahasia perusahaan adalah substance information exchange forum (SIEF)
sifatnya adalah hampir merupakan bentuk kerjasama antar perusahaan
dengan produk yang sama. Di Finlandia, bentuk kerjasama tersebut sangat
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tipis batasannya dengan bentuk kartel yang merupakan pelanggaran menurut
peraturan persaingan usaha.
Pendaftaran Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction
Of Chemical (REACH memang khusus untuk bahan kimia, sehingga untuk
produk yang mengandung bahan kimia, pendaftrannya adalah setiap bahan
kimia yang membentuk produk tersebut. Kriteria menghitung bahan yang
harus didaftarkan yang terkandung dalam produk dijelaskan dalam dokumen
ECHA mengenai petunjuk singkat Registration, Evaluation, Authorization
And Restriction Of Chemical (REACH) pada pendaftaran bahan kimia dalam
artikel/produk (Guidance on requirements for substances in articles,
http://guidance.echa.europa.eu/guidance_en.htm).
4.3.2. Evaluasi
Proses Evaluasi juga akan dilakukan oleh European Chemical
Agency (ECHA) terutama untuk beberapa senyawa kimia yang belum
diketahui secara lengkap seluruh sifat dan keamanannnya termasuk untuk
senyawa–senyawa baru. Proses ini menuntut adanya uji laboratorium ulang.
Kelemahan yang ada adalah bahwa hasil evaluasi subyektif menurut hasil
uji oleh Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of
Chemical (REACH). Jika terjadi perbedaan, maka pendaftar hasilnya
dianggap berbeda perlu melakukan proses pendaftaran ulang. Untuk waktu
ke depan, proses evaluasi merupakan masa yang paling membutuhkan
banyak sumber daya dan penuh tantangan. Evaluasi akan memunculkan
otorisasi bahkan hingga restriksi. Proses tawar menawar dalam evaluasi juga
memerlukan banyak biaya terutama dalam proses uji laboratorium,
pembuktian melalui studi ilmah dan hingga perdebatan di pengadilan.
4.3.3. Otorisasi dan Restriksi
Tahapan lain dalam Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And
Restriction Of Chemical (REACH) adalah Otorisasi. Otorisasi adalah
pemberian
keluangan
bagi
suatu
perusahaan
untuk
memproduksi,
mengimpor, memasarkan atau menggunakan suatu bahan kimia yang
dianggap sangat berbahaya menurut kriteria Substances Very High Concern
(SVHC) yaitu yang bersifat bioaccumulative, carcinogens, mutagens dan
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reproductive toxicants. Selain itu, bahan kimia tersebut belum dapt
digantikan oleh bahan kimia yang lain. Otorisasi akan diberikan hanya
untuk jangka waktu 5 (lima) tahun dan akan direview ulang. Apabila sudah
terdapat bahan kimia pengganti yang lebih aman, maka otorisasi akan
dicabut. Proses untuk mendapatkan otorisasi juga tidak lepas dari biaya
termasuk unuk perpanjangan mendapatkan otorisasi.
Untuk senyawa – senyawa dengan kriteria Substances Very High
Concern (SVHC), ada beberapa ketentuan yang harus dilaksanakan. Jika
senyawa itu merupakan senyawa untuk campuran dan preparasi harus
melakukan beberapa hal sebagi berikut:
 Jika preparasi berbahaya menurut Directive 1999/45/CE, suplayer harus
menyediakan material safety data sheet (MSDS) kepada customer-nya
menurut Annex II
 Jika preparasi tidak berbahaya menurut Directive 1999/45/CE E, suplayer
harus menyediakan material safety data sheet (MSDS) kepada customernya jika diminta dan apabila mengandung setidak tidaknya satu senyawa
yang bersifat Persisting, Bioaccumulable, Toxic (PBT) dan very
Persisting, very Bioaccumulable (vPvB) atau Very High Concern (VHC)
dengan konsentrasi sama dengan atau diatas 0,1% dari berat total.
Sementara jika senyawa untuk artikel/produk adalah:
 Jika suatu produk mengandung senyawa Very High Concern (VHC)
dengan konsentrasi diatas 0,1% berat, suplayer harus menyediakan
informasi yang menjelaskan penggunaan artikel dengan aman dan juga
menyediakan nama senyawa Very High Concern (VHC) tersebut.
 Jika penerima atau pengguna artikel adalah customer maka suplayer
harus meyediakan material safety data sheet (MSDS) jika diminta tidak
lebih dari 45 (empat puluh lima) hari sejak permintaan dilakukan.
 Mulai tanggal 1 Juni 2011 seluruh produsen dan importer artikel/produk
tersebut harus menotifikasi ke European CHemical Agency (ECHA) jika
seyawa yang diotorisasi terdapat dalam artikel. Jangka waktunya adalah
6 (enam) bulan setelah senyawa tersebut dimasukkan ke dalam Annex
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XIV dan memenuhi kondisi yaitu: (a) Senyawa tersebut bertonase lebih
dari 1 ton/tahun dan (b) Senyawa tersebut terkandung dalam artikel
dengan konsentrasi diatas 0,1% berat.
Hingga saat ini, restriksi sudah terdapat 58 (lima puluh delapan)
senyawa kimia yang direstriksi, termasuk restriksi untuk penggunaannya
didalam suatu artikel. Penjelasan beberapa senyawa tersebut tercantum
didalam Annex XVII. Disamping itu, mulai Bulan Januari 2010 sudah akan
dimasukkan 14 (empat belas) senyawa yang menjadi candidate list restriksi.
Mengenai senyawa – senyawa dan penggunaannnya yang direstriksi dapat
dilihat pada lampiran.
4.3.4. Only Representative (OR)
Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical
(REACH) diwajibkan bagi perusahaan Uni Eropa, oleh karena itu proses
pendaftaan Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of
Chemical (REACH) harus dilakukan oleh perusahaan yang memiliki legal
entity Uni Eropa. Bagi perusahaan yang tidak memiliki legal entity atau
tidak dapat melakukan sendiri pendaftarannya dapat melakukan pendaftaran
dengan menggunakan Only Representative. Only Representative
dapat
didirikan siapa saja. Adapun sebagai gambaran, biaya pendirian perusahaan
di Finlandia dan ber-legal entity Uni Eropa adalah kurang lebih 10.000
Euro.
Terkait Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of
Chemical (REACH), Only Representative (OR) harus bertanggung jawab
terhadap seluruh proses dan segala sesuatu yang terjadi atas pendaftaran
perusahaan yang diwakilinya. Apabila dikemudian terjadi sengketa maka
Only Representative (OR) sudah harus siap untu mewakili di pengadilan,
sebab Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical
(REACH) merupakan regulasi dan segala sesuatuya diselesaikan menurut
aturan hukum. Selain itu, Only Representative (OR) juga harus mempunyai
kemampuan untuk membuktikan secara ilmiah tenang apa-apa yang
dilaporkan. Dalam hal ini mampu atau mempunyai laboratorium yang dapat
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digunakan untuk melakukan uji ulang terhadap data laboratorium yang
dianggap tidak memenuhi ketentuan.
4.4.
REACH vs. Perdagangan dan Kondisi Indonesia
Menurut informasi dari stakeholder di Belanda maupun Finlandia
termasuk European Chemical Agency (ECHA), bahwa mekanisme
pendeteksian arus barang masuk ke Uni Eropa akan segera diintegrasikan ke
dalam sistem kepabeanan Uni Eropa. Salah satu cara deteksinya adalah
melalui
identifikasi
nomor
pendaftaran
Registration,
Evaluation,
Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical (REACH). Mekanisme tersebut
saat ini masih di bahas di Komisi Uni Eropa.
Sampai saat ini, belum ada penghambatan arus barang ataupun
restriksi terkait Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of
Chemical (REACH). Seluruh bahan kimia maupun artikel/produk yang
harus didaftarkan menurut Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And
Restriction Of Chemical (REACH) sementara masih bebas di pasaran.
Penarikan dari pasar dilakukan jika terdapat laporan bahwa produk tersebut
berbahaya dan dapat dibuktikan kebenarannya.
Perdagangan Indonesia dalam hal ini ekspor Indonesia memang saat
ini mengalami penurunan ke Uni Eropa. Penurunan yang terjadi lebih
didasarkan atas kondisi ekonomi global yang mengalami goncangan besar
sejak akhir tahun 2008. Namun, dengan perkembangan yang terjadi,
terdapat kemungkinan bahwa Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And
Restriction Of Chemical (REACH) akan mengakibatkan penurunan ekspor
non migas Indonesia ke Uni Eropa beberapa tahun ke depan.
Penurunan ekspor tersebut dimungkinkan terjadi bila Registration,
Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical (REACH) sudah
diintegrasikan dengan mekanisme kepabeanan. Penyebab lain adalah
beralihnya importir Uni Eropa ke suplayer lain yang telah memenuhi
persyaratan Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of
Chemical (REACH) karena Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And
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Restriction Of Chemical (REACH) dapat merubah jalur suplai chain.
Disamping itu, dapat terjadi kemungkinan penurunan daya saing produk
ekspor, karena terjadi peningkatan harga. Peningkatan harga tersebut terjadi
karena terjadi peningkatan biaya produksi di tingkat produsen sebagai akibat
pengalihan atau perubahan bahan kimia untuk produksi.
Terkait
dengan
Registration,
Evaluation, Authorization
And
Restriction Of Chemical (REACH), menurut informasi yang didapatkan dari
berbagai sumber, hingga saat ini belum diketahui adanya perusahaan
Indonesia yang mensuplai bahan kimia atau campuran kimia atau produk
yang mengandung bahan kimia yang harus didaftarkan Registration,
Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical (REACH), telah
melakukan pre-registrasi maupun registrasi baik atas nama perusahaan
maupun melalui Only Reprensentative (OR). Berdasarkan notulensi rapat
nasional Helpdesk for REACH No. 1421/IAK/12/2008 tanggal 2 Desember
2008, PT Surveyor Indonesia yang merupakan badan usaha milik negara
(BUMN) diminta berlaku sebagai Only Representative (OR) untuk
membantu industri-industri dalam negeri untuk memasuki pasar Uni Eropa
di bawah naungan mekanisme Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And
Restriction Of Chemical (REACH). Namun hingga saat ini,
Indonesia
belum memiliki Only Representative.
Selain itu, saat ini Indonesia masih belum memiliki laboratorium
yang berstandar good laboratory practice (GLP) sedangkan untuk
memenuhi persyaratan REACH, dokumen hasil uji laboratorium harus dari
laboratorium yang berstandar good laboratory practice (GLP). Untuk itu,
perlu adanya langkah untuk mempersiapkan itu semua. Sebagaimana hasil
diskusi dengan European CHemical Agency (ECHA), bahwa capacity
building dan asistensi bisa dilakukan oleh Only Representative (OR) dalam
membantu untuk dapat mempersiapkan segala sesuatu yang berhubungan
dengan kondisi supaya perusahaan Indonesia bisa memenuhi syarat
Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical
(REACH). Akan tetapi, European CHemical Agency (ECHA) dapat
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melaksanakan capacity building dan asistensi bila mendapat mandat dari
Komisi
Uni
Eropa.
Pihak
European
CHemical
Agency
(ECHA)
mengusulkan agar dilakukan kerjasama antar pemerintah. Dalam hal ini,
pemerintah Indonesia perlu untuk mengajukan proposal usulan kerjasama
untuk meminta bantuan Uni Eropa untuk dapat memenuhi persyaratan
Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical
(REACH). Usulan tersebut perlu juga memasukan permintaan kelonggaran
bagi Indonesia
terkait dengan pelaksanaan Registration, Evaluation,
Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical.
4.5.
Pelaksanaan REACH oleh Korea Selatan (Benchmarking)
Korea Selatan merupakan mitra dagang terbesar ke delapan Uni
Eropa dan Uni Eropa merupakan tujuan ekspor kedua terbesar Korea
Selatan. Perdagangan Uni Eropa dengan Korea Selatan mencapai €65
milyar pada tahun 2008 dengan pertumbuhan rata rata tahunan sekitar 7,5%
pada periode 2004-2008. Dalam perdagangan bahan – bahan kimia, Korea
Selatan mencatat telah mempunyai pangsa 2,5% total ekspor bahan kimia
Uni Eropa dan 1.2% total impor bahan kimia Uni Eropa.
3.0
2.5
2.0
Kimia Anorganik Dasar
0.28
0.35
Polimer
€ Milyar
0.35
1.5
0.64
1.0
0.05
Consumer Chemicals
0.67
0.5
0.94
0.02
0.18
0.28
Ekspor ke Korea Selatan
Impor dari Korea Selatan
0.0
Specialties
Petrokimia
Sumber : CEFIC
Gambar 4.5.1 Perdagangan Bahan Kimia Uni Eropa dengan Korea Selatan
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Isu dan segala sesuatu yang berhubungan dengan Registration,
Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical (REACH) di Korea
Selatan dikoordinasikan di bawah Ministry of Knowledge Economy (MKE).
Selanjutnya Ministry of Knowledge Economy (MKE) memberikan
wewenang ke The Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH). The
Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH) adalah lembaga
penelitian yang dibiayai pemerintah untuk membantu pengembangan
teknologi Industri UKM di Korea Selatan termasuk membantu dalam
menanggapi dan mengambil langkah terkait Registration, Evaluation,
Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical (REACH). Salah satu bidang di
The Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH) yang memiliki
tugas pokok untuk membantu pengusaha/ perusahaan-perusahaan Korea
Selatan dalam menghadapi/memenuhi peraturan-peraturan internasional
terkait dengan lingkungan, termasuk Registration, Evaluation, Authorization
And Restriction Of Chemical (REACH) adalah Business Service Center for
Global Environmental Regulation (BSCGER).
Business Service Center for Global Environmental Regulation
(BSCGER) pada awal pendiriannya di Bulan Desember 2006 merupakan
institusi khusus yang menangani Registration, Evaluation, Authorization
And Restriction Of Chemical (REACH) sebagai “Korea Registration,
Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical (REACH) Business
Center”. Hal ini menunjukkan betapa tingginya kepedulian pemerintah
Korea Selatan sejak awal mula dalam mendukung pengusahanya guna
menghadapi Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of
Chemical (REACH). Tugas
pertama yang dilakukan Business Service
Center for Global Environmental Regulation (BSCGER) adalah dengan
memberikan informasi sebanyak mungkin dan seluas mungkin. Selain
penyebaran informasi Business Service Center for Global Environmental
Regulation (BSCGER) juga melakukan pembekalan dan pelatihan;
menyediakan data material dan menyediakan jasa konsultasi.
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Business Service Center for Global Environmental Regulation
(BSCGER) juga bertugas untuk mengumpulkan sebanyak mungkin data
terkait Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical
(REACH), peraturan, persyaratan, bahan-bahan kimia yang ada dalam
peraturan Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of
Chemical
(REACH),
mengkoleksi
data
dari
perusahaan-perusahan
mengkombinasikan data yang diperoleh dari database mengenai supply
chain kemudian menyebarkannya data-data tersebut pada perusahaanperusahaan sebagai bahan perusahaan memenuhi persyaratan Registration,
Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical (REACH) mengenai
penyediaan data supply chain.
Beberapa sarana dan prasarana yang digunakan Business Service
Center
for
Global
Environmental
Regulation
(BSCGER)
untuk
menyebarkan informasi adalah:
o Penyediaan website khusus terkait informasi Registration, Evaluation,
Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical (REACH)
o Konsultasi online
o Guidance (Pembimbingan)
o Education and consultation on the spot
o Seminar, workshop, expo
o “Steering committee” yang bertugas untuk membuat solusi terkait
Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical
yang terdiri dari 62 (enam puluh dua) organisasi terkait, termasuk
pemerintah, pengusaha, akademisi, lembaga penelitian (terutama
mengenani good laboratory practice/GLP untuk laboratorium).
Business Service Center for Global Environmental Regulation
(BSCGER) melaksanakan dua kursus utama terkait pendidikan dan pelatihan
Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical
(REACH), pertama basic course dan yang kedua management course. Basic
course
berisikan
informasi
dasar
terkait
Registration,
Evaluation,
Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical (REACH) yaitu: pemahaman
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mengenai Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of
Chemical (REACH) tentang informasi dan dampak; compliance according
to industrial sectors; dan notifikasi. Adapun management course merupakan
pelatihan
terkait
langkah-langkah
dalam
mengikuti
Registration,
Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical (REACH),
mencakup pelatihan terkait:
o Identifikasi substance (bahan material produk) dan labeling
o Penyiapan
pre-registrasi
dan
registrasi
Registration,
Evaluation,
Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical
o Tekhnik pengumpulan data material
o Clasifikasi dan labeling
o SIEF dan aktifitasnya
o Registrasi substansi baru
o REACH, regulasi lain yang mirip dari negari lain
o Aplikasi program Quantitative structure activity relationship
o Penyiapan Chemical Safety Report)
o Cara membuat kontrak dengan Only Representative
Quantitative structure activity relationship merupakan suatu project
dari Business Service Center for Global Environmental Regulation
mengenai suatu model matematis yang menghubungkan pengukuran
kuatitatif dari suatu struktur kimia terhadap physical property atau dampak
biologinya (misal: titik akhir toxicological). Informasi ini dapat dimafaatkan
pengusaha guna memprediksi struktur bahan kimia dan dampak kimianya
dari suatu produk yang mereka produksi.
Sekitar 21% dari perusahaan di Korea Selatan adalah UKM. Terkait
dengan mempersiapkan UKM Korea Selatan yang memiliki ekspor ke Uni
Eropa, selain dengan memberikan pendidikan dan pelatihan, pemerintah
Korea Selatan juga menghubungi seluruh UKM yang ada untuk
memberikan informasi dan mengajak pengusaha untuk mengikuti prosedur
REACH. Namun demikian UKM Korea Selatan lebih memilih untuk tidak
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melanjutkan ekspornya ke Uni Eropa dikarenakan biaya prosedur yang
sangat mahal.
Korea Selatan pada saat ini memiliki 6 (enam) Only Representative
di Uni Eropa. Masing-masing Only Representative terdiri dari 10 – 100
perusahaan. Saat ini terdapat sekitar 440 perusahaan Korea Selatan yang
terdaftar melalui Only Representative Korea (tidak termasuk perusahaan
Korea yang masuk melalui Only Representative Uni Eropa). Only
Representative Korea Selatan menyediakan jasa untuk melakukan pre
registrasi dan registrasi tidak hanya untuk perusahaan-perusahaan di Korea
Selatan, namun juga perusahaan-perusahaan dari negara lain yang berminat.
Saat ini negara lain yang melakukan pre registrasi melalui Only
Representative Korea Selatan adalah perusahaan dari China, Thailand, dan
Malaysia. Salah satu keuntungan yang diperoleh dengan menggunakan Only
Representative diluar Only Representative Uni Eropa adalah harga yang
relative lebih murah dalam mendaftarkan perusahaan.
4.6.
Dampak REACH terhadap Ekspor Non Migas Indonesia
Berdasarkan metodologi dan langkah-langkah yang diambil terhadap
penghitungan Nominal Tariff Equivalent (NTE) di atas kajian ini
menghasilkan hasil sebagai berikut:
a. Sebagian besar ekspor non migas Indonesia cenderung terkena
Indonesia mengekspor sebanyak 3.851 HS ke Uni Eropa dan
hampir 1.413 hingga 1.912 HS terkena katagori yang harus melalui
prosedur REACH. Berdasarkan sensitivity analysis terhadap kandungan
kimia yang ada, HS yang terkena prosedur REACH sangat sensitif
terhadap kandungan kimia yang dianggap berbahaya.
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5 ,0 0 0
Jumlah HS
4 ,0 0 0
3 ,0 0 0
2 ,4 3 9
2 ,2 9 7
2 ,2 1 3
1 ,9 4 2
1 ,4 1 3
1 ,5 5 6
1 ,6 4 0
1 ,9 1 2
20%
30%
100%
2 ,0 0 0
1 ,0 0 0
10%
K a n d u n g a n K i m i a su b j e c t to R E A C H
H S s u b je c t t o R E A C H
H S n o t s u b je c t t o R E A C H
Sumber : Hasil Analisa
Gambar 4.6.1 Jumlah HS Kandungan Kimia subject to REACH
Kenyataan ini terjadi karena HS yang teridentifikasi dapat lebih
dari 1 ton zat kimia yang diidentifikasi oleh ECHA sebagai zat yang
berbahaya, maka zat tersebut harus melalui prosedur REACH.
a) Apabila kandungan kimia sebanyak 10 persen pada masing-masing
HS dianggap sebagai zat kimia berbahaya dan harus didaftarkan
proses REACH maka terdapat 1.413 HS atau 36,69 persen yang dapat
masuk katagori terkena proses REACH.
b) Apabila kandungan kimia sebanyak 20 persen pada masing-masing
HS dianggap sebagai zat kimia berbahaya dan harus didaftarkan
proses REACH maka terdapat 1.556 HS atau 40,41 persen yang dapat
masuk katagori terkena proses REACH.
c) Apabila kandungan kimia sebanyak 30 persen pada masing-masing
HS dianggap sebagai zat kimia berbahaya dan harus didaftarkan
proses REACH maka terdapat 1.640 HS atau 42,59 persen yang dapat
masuk katagori terkena proses REACH.
d) Apabila kandungan kimia sebanyak 100 persen pada masing-masing
HS dianggap sebagai zat kimia berbahaya dan harus didaftarkan
proses REACH maka terdapat 1.556 HS atau 49,65 persen yang dapat
masuk katagori terkena proses REACH.
b. Sebagian besar ekspor non migas Indonesia cenderung terkena REACH
masing-masing skenario
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Hal yang menjadi perhatian utama analisis ini adalah nilai ekspor
yang terkena REACH. Nilai ekspor yang terkena REACH ternyata memiliki
dampak yang jauh lebih hebat. Nilai ekspor Indonesia ke Uni Eropa sebesar
US$ 13.344 milyar.
Sumber : Hasil Analisa
Gambar 4.6.2. Dampak Nilai Ekspor Kandungan Kimia subject to REACH
a) Apabila kandungan kimia sebanyak 10 persen pada masing-masing HS
dianggap sebagai zat kimia berbahaya dan harus didaftarkan proses REACH
maka terdapat US$ 13.292 milyar atau 99,61 persen yang dapat masuk
katagori terkena proses REACH.
b) Apabila kandungan kimia sebanyak 20 persen pada masing-masing HS
dianggap sebagai zat kimia berbahaya dan harus didaftarkan proses REACH
maka terdapat US$ 13.310 milyar atau 99,74 persen yang dapat masuk
katagori terkena proses REACH.
c) Apabila kandungan kimia sebanyak 30 persen pada masing-masing HS
dianggap sebagai zat kimia berbahaya dan harus didaftarkan proses REACH
maka terdapat US$ 13.319 milyar atau 99,81 persen yang dapat masuk
katagori terkena proses REACH.
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d) Apabila kandungan kimia sebanyak 100 persen pada masing-masing HS
dianggap sebagai zat kimia berbahaya dan harus didaftarkan proses REACH
maka terdapat US$ 13.332 milyar atau 99,91 persen yang dapat masuk
katagori terkena proses REACH.
Berdasarkan estimasi Nominal Tariff Equivalent dengan asumsi yang
tertera pada sub bab ini, maka kajian ini menyimpulkan hal-hal sebagai
berikut:
a) Apabila kandungan kimia sebanyak 10 persen pada masing-masing HS
dianggap sebagai zat kimia berbahaya dan ongkos yang harus ditanggung
oleh importir karena REACH adalah 34,62 persen.
b) Apabila kandungan kimia sebanyak 20 persen pada masing-masing HS
dianggap sebagai zat kimia berbahaya dan ongkos yang harus ditanggung
oleh importir karena REACH adalah 47,44 persen.
c) Apabila kandungan kimia sebanyak 30 persen pada masing-masing HS
dianggap sebagai zat kimia berbahaya dan ongkos yang harus ditanggung
oleh importir karena REACH adalah 84,57 persen.
d) Apabila kandungan kimia sebanyak 100 persen pada masing-masing HS
dianggap sebagai zat kimia berbahaya dan ongkos yang harus ditanggung
oleh importir karena REACH adalah 104,32 persen.
Pengenaan ongkos REACH jelas memberikan dampak penurunan
pada daya saing produk Indonesia di negara tujuan. Pengenaan ongkos
hampir mendekati dua kali lipat harga yang ada akan menekan ketertarikan
masyarakat Uni Eropa terhadap produk Indonesia. Penurunan daya saing
produk Indonesia jelas terlihat pada masing-masing produk yang ada.
Berdasarkan analisis kajian ini dengan metode Nominal Tariff
Equivalent kami mengidentifikasi 20 produk terbesar yang terkena Nominal
Tariff Equivalent lebih dari 100 persen untuk kandungan kimia yang tercatat
European Chemical Agency sebesar 10 persen adalah sebagai berikut:
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Tabel 4.6.1. Daftar HS yang termasuk 20 Besar yang Mengalami Beban
NTE>100 % Apabila Kandungan Kimia subject to REACH sebesar 10 %
No
HS
1 170410
2 230990
3 731814
4 720390
5 293040
6 050800
7 291570
8 681019
9 761490
10 700312
11 853669
12 251512
13 440130
14 480100
15 283650
16 251710
17 251749
18 722300
19 853400
20 350610
Desc
Chewing gum containing sugar, except medicinal
Animal feed preparations nes
Screws, self-tapping, iron or steel
Spongy ferrous prods,or iron havg a minimum purity by weight of 99.94%
Methionine
Coral&sim mat,shellfsh shell,cuttl bone,echinoderm unwk unshp pdr&wast
Palmitic acid, stearic acid, their salts and esters
Tiles,flagstones&similar articles of cement/concrete/artificial stone
Strandd wire,cables,plaitd bands&the like or alum,not elect insul,nes
Cast/rolled sheet, non-wired, coloured/opacified etc
Electrical plugs and sockets, for a voltage not exceeding 1,000 volts
Marble & travertine,merely cut,by sawing or otherwise into blocks etc
Sawdust and wood waste and scrap
Newsprint, in rolls or sheets
Calcium carbonate
Pebbles, gravel, broken or crushed stone used for aggregates etc
Granules,chippings & powder nes,of 25.15 or 25.16 heat-treated or not
Wire of stainless steel
Printed circuits
Glues/adhesives of all kinds in pack of a net weight not exceedg 1 kg
Sumber : BPS,(diolah)
Beberapa produk strategis Indonesia ternyata terkena paling hebat
adalah chewing gum yang harus menanggung ongkos berkisar 424 kali lipat
harga barang ekspor tersebut apabila produk ini mengandung 10 persen zat
kimia yang harus didaftarkan dan melalui proses REACH. REACH sungguh
memberatkan eksportir Indonesia apabila ongkos tersebut dialihkan oleh
importir ke eksportir.
Rangkuman dampak REACH dapat dilihat pada tabel dibawah ini
secara rinci; adalah sebagai berikut:
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Tabel 4.6.2. Dampak NTE Kandungan Kimia subject to REACH
Chemical Content Subject to REACH
Criteria
Item
10%
Total HS ekspor Indonesia
HS subject to REACH
Nilai ekspor Indonesia ke EU
Nilai ekspor Indonesia subject to REACH
Share of value of export subject to REACH
Share of HS subject to REACH
Average NTE yang berpengaruh
Number of product NTE > 100 percent
Share number of product NTE > 100 percent
HS
HS
USD million
USD million
percentage
percentage
percentage
HS
percentage
Agriculture and fisheries subject to REACH
Total HS agriculture to EU
Agriculture and fisheries subject to REACH
Agriculture and fisheries subject to REACH
Total HS agriculture to EU
Agriculture and fisheries subject to REACH
Non Agriculture and fisheries subject to REACH
Total HS Non agriculture to EU
Non Agriculture and fisheries subject to REACH
Non Agriculture and fisheries subject to REACH
Total HS Non agriculture to EU
Non Agriculture and fisheries subject to REACH
HS
HS
percentage
USD million
USD million
percentage
HS
HS
percentage
USD million
USD million
percentage
3851
1413
13.344,55
13.292,14
99,61%
36,69%
34,62%
396
28,03%
10%
179
449
39,87
2670,21
2673,73
99,87%
1234
3402
36,27
10621,93
10670,82
99,54
20%
30%
3851
1556
13.344,55
13.310,25
99,74%
40,41%
47,44%
406
26,09%
3851
1640
13.344,55
13.319,19
99,81%
42,59%
84,57%
418
25,49%
20%
30%
191
449
42,54
2670,71
2673,73
99,89%
1365
3402
40,12
10639,54
10670,82
99,71
196
449
43,65
2671,13
2673,73
99,90%
1444
3402
42,45
10648,06
10670,82
99,79
100%
3851
1912
13.344,55
13.332,28
99,91%
49,65%
104,42%
433
22,65%
100%
218
449
48,55
2671,51
2673,73
99,92%
1694
3402
49,79
10660,77
10670,82
99,91
Sumber : Hasil Analisa
Berdasarkan hasil analisis di atas jelas bahwa produk yang akan
terkena adalah produk industri yang diekspor ke Uni Eropa. Hampir 1234
hingga 1694 HS akan terkena REACH dengan masing-masing skenario.
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BAB V
Kesimpulan dan Rekomendasi
5.1. Kesimpulan
1. Penerapan ketentuan Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of
Chemical di pasar Uni Eropa yang merupakan salah satu pasar utama ekspor Indonesia
tidak dapat dihindari.
2. Dalam mengambl langkah mengenai REACH perlu kerjasama antar instansi pemerintah
mengingat REACH dikaitkan dengan bidang kimia, laboratorium, kesehatan, lingkungan,
hukum dan perdagangan.
3. Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical dapat dikatakan
menambah biaya produksi karena setiap produsen yang akan memproduksi, memasarkan
maupun mengimpor suatu bahan kimia murni maupun terkandung dalam suatu bahan
kimia harus melalui registrasi terlebih dahulu.
4. Hasil Survey menunjukkan bahwa Eksportir masih sangat kurang memperoleh informasi
mengenai REACH.
5. Penerapan Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical dalam
jangka pendek tidak menghambat arus barang masuk termasuk impor dari Indonesia.
6. Hasil analisa data sekunder menunjukkan bahwa jika tidak melakukan pendaftaran
mengakibatkan jumlah produk (HS) yang dilarang masuk ke Uni Eropa meningkat,
sehingga nilai ekspor pun ikut menurun. Demikian pula jika disetarakan dengan tarif,
jumlah produk (HS) yang dikenakan biaya Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And
Restriction Of Chemical yang tinggi meningkat pula.
7. Sosialisasi penting untuk dilaksanakan supaya eksportir yang melakukan ekspor ke Uni
Eropa dapat memahami secara utuh bahwa Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And
Restriction Of Chemical dapat memberikan dampak terhadap ekspor mereka.
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5.2. Rekomendasi
1. Lebih mengefektifkan peran Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of
Chemical (REACH) Helpdesk yang ada di Indonesia yang dikordinasikan di bawah
Departemen Perindustrian dalam menyampaikan seuruh informasi mengenai REACH
2. Harus dilaksanakannya sosialisasi yang lebih efektif dan menyeluruh mengenai
Registration, Evaluation, Authorization And Restriction Of Chemical bagi seluruh
stakeholder yang berkepentingan dengan ekspor ke Uni Eropa.
3. Perlu dibentuk partnership antara importer Uni Eropa dengan eksportir Indonesia dalam
menyajikan informasi produk
4. Perlu dibentuk Only Representative (OR) yang akan mewakili eksportir Indonesia dalam
melakukan pendaftaran terkait REACH
5. Pemerintah perlu mendorong eksportir untuk meningkatkan kualitas (terkait penggunaan
bahan kimia yang aman) produknya secara terus menerus dalam rangka meningkatkan
ekspor non migas Indonesia di pasar Uni Eropa dan meminimalkan kerugian akibat
REACH.
6. Pemerintah perlu menyampaikan usulan kerjasama dengan Komisi Uni Eropa dalam hal
peningkatan kualitas melaui program capacity building dan asistensi untuk membantu
meningkatkan kualitas Laboratorium di Indonesia agar memiliki standar GLP.
7. Pemerintah perlu menyampaikan usulan kelonggaran terkait pendaftaran REACH.
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World Integrated Trade System (WITS), 2008.
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251710
252100
251749
680421
250840
261800
310100
251511
251690
400219
071410
251741
440110
291529
690490
510119
282720
251520
491191
720390
230690
690100
290711
850519
560392
321519
120720
283650
680100
854449
630900
251400
170111
680292
720450
391000
253090
240130
720690
390920
080131
847340
720712
720719
120890
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
FOB 2007
NTE after REACH
10%
Pebbles, gravel, broken or crushed stone, of 97709
a kind commonly
144465used for
0.68
concrete aggregates,
6947.2%for road me
Limestone flux; limestone and other calcareous
6079
stone, of22264
a kind used0.27
for the manufacture
6108.1%
of lime or cem
Other
350358
380332
0.92
4135.7%
Of agglomerated synthetic or natural diamond
3884081
39376
98.64
4104.0%
Other clays
1988
10572
0.19
2560.1%
Granulated slag (slag sand) from the manufacture
500989of iron
952542
or steel. 0.53
2352.9%
Animal or vegetable fertilisers, whether or not
247141
mixed together
132799 or chemically
1.86
treated;2222.5%
fertilisers produce
Crude or roughly trimmed
51065
18440
2.77
2008.7%
Other monumental or building stone
20507
29208
0.70
1713.4%
Other
356211
13192
27.00
1576.7%
Manioc (cassava)
326438
130652
2.50
1542.4%
Of marble
258406
244043
1.06
1424.0%
Fuel wood, in logs, in billets, in twigs, in faggots
92342
or in similar
90840
forms 1.02
1262.5%
Other
791063
40535
19.52
1141.5%
Other
8154
11904
0.68
1009.9%
Other
251452
21007
11.97
1007.5%
Calcium chloride
48081
24774
1.94
944.2%
Ecaussine and other calcareous monumental35594
or building54334
stone; alabaster
0.66
921.6%
Pictures, designs and photographs
202155
84051
2.41
877.8%
Other
46876
12431
3.77
869.9%
Other
219150
205500
1.07
806.8%
Bricks, blocks, tiles and other ceramic goods 36224
of siliceous 13727
fossil meals (for
2.64example, kieselguhr,
714.7% tripolite o
Phenol (hydroxybenzene) and its salts
3218727
376678
8.55
675.9%
Other
758578
17730
42.78
615.1%
(1996-) Weighing more than 25 g/m² but not
930313
more than31289
70 g/m² 29.73
606.4%
Other
10052123
348970
28.81
575.5%
Cotton seeds
5805
10529
0.55
558.7%
Calcium carbonate
2000
14080
0.14
542.1%
Setts, curbstones and flagstones, of natural975737
stone (except
1074338
slate).
0.91
507.9%
Other
4590923
117318
39.13
500.3%
Worn clothing and other worn articles. 2597209
749551
3.47
474.0%
Slate, whether or not roughly trimmed or merely
11030cut, by21505
sawing or otherwise,
0.51
into blocks
462.1%
or slabs of a re
Cane sugar
65876
23574
2.79
414.3%
Other calcareous stone
55105
25993
2.12
389.0%
Remelting scrap ingots
109660
43920
2.50
383.0%
Silicones in primary forms.
479707
27936
17.17
380.0%
Other
9183
41854
0.22
379.3%
Tobacco refuse
2041050
686892
2.97
368.6%
Other
123471
51463
2.40
357.9%
Melamine resins
32556
11521
2.83
351.9%
(1996-) In shell
141799
20266
7.00
350.0%
Parts and accessories of the machines of heading
141487684.72 10861
130.27
342.1%
Other, of rectangular (other than square) crosssection
110024
66103
1.66
338.8%
Other
72085
32709
2.20
332.8%
Other
6650
20000
0.33
327.3%
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NO.
HS
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47
48
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50
51
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54
55
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66
67
68
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70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
854420
853810
210120
392310
030342
030380
110620
441090
140490
240399
270810
480439
701790
330190
730429
854190
440810
090121
400130
040410
848299
420329
843890
870850
050800
392113
330290
392390
482210
392010
730900
732620
180620
190540
844849
300420
140190
170290
441850
121299
251512
071290
441011
660390
481910
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
FOB 2007
NTE after REACH
10%
Coaxial cable and other coaxial electric conductors
997012
36591
27.25
325.1%
Boards, panels, consoles, desks, cabinets and
349618
other bases
14734
for the goods
23.73of heading 85.37,
320.2%
not equipped
Extracts, essences and concentrates, of tea 305266
or maté, and26244
preparations
11.63
with a basis of these
301.2%
extracts, ess
Boxes, cases, crates and similar articles 8346819
864668
9.65
293.3%
Yellowfin tunas (Thunnus albacares)
341070
48280
7.06
293.2%
Livers and roes
272265
21100
12.90
290.0%
Of sago or of roots or tubers of heading 07.14
10440
21801
0.48
279.3%
Other
32930
23135
1.42
271.8%
Other
605260
411982
1.47
258.2%
Other
4446937
170944
26.01
256.5%
Pitch
21700
20000
1.09
246.3%
Other
60096
21987
2.73
236.3%
Other
856412
24407
35.09
236.1%
Other
946254
43417
21.79
233.4%
(1996-) Other
119205
21337
5.59
225.3%
Parts
3132350
15483
202.31
224.5%
Coniferous
11092356 2740655
4.05
217.6%
Not decaffeinated
408772
29454
13.88
215.4%
Balata, gutta-percha, guayule, chicle and similar
95594
natural 17654
gums
5.41
213.2%
Whey and modified whey, whether or not concentrated
19313
11000
or containing1.76
added sugar or other
209.9%
sweetening
Other
204085
11817
17.27
209.1%
Other
497661
13149
37.85
204.7%
Parts
3002177
44635
67.26
202.4%
Driveaxles with differential, whether or 31089438
not provided2020304
with other transmission
15.39
components
201.9%
Coral and similar materials, unworked or simply
272727
prepared
146905
but not otherwise
1.86 worked; shells
201.5%
of molluscs,
Of polyurethanes
544567
43238
12.59
201.3%
Other
373600
11116
33.61
196.4%
Other
1120993
131191
8.54
193.0%
Of a kind used for winding textile yarn
632124
208906
3.03
185.9%
Of polymers of ethylene
2953861
757502
3.90
185.4%
Reservoirs, tanks, vats and similar containers
276235
for any material
25420(other10.87
than compressed184.8%
or liquefied gas),
Articles of iron or steel wire
50324
10450
4.82
170.3%
Other preparations in blocks, slabs or bars weighing
230017 more
40802
than 2 kg or
5.64
in liquid, paste,166.8%
powder, granular
Rusks, toasted bread and similar toasted products
47072
11563
4.07
164.7%
Other
1322450
35933
36.80
163.9%
Containing other antibiotics
4804807
19890
241.57
160.4%
Other
1519736
517484
2.94
157.4%
Other, including invert sugar and other sugar97949
and sugar syrup
55010blends 1.78
containing in the 157.2%
dry state 50 % by
Shingles and shakes
38343
17248
2.22
151.8%
Other
359249
172985
2.08
150.0%
Merely cut, by sawing or otherwise, into blocks
94590
or slabs163345
of a rectangular
0.58(including square)
149.7%
shape
Other vegetables; mixtures of vegetables 294790
64544
4.57
142.1%
(1996-2001, 2007-) Of wood :-- Waferboard,85882
including oriented
86765
0.99
141.2%
Other
38518
11741
3.28
134.0%
Cartons, boxes and cases, of corrugated paper
2132062
or paperboard
711236
3.00
133.9%
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DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 10% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
481920
400591
030624
390930
481110
380992
190219
152000
110720
681099
440130
640610
560890
853890
442190
260300
071090
720230
690290
200520
390190
030614
750300
090830
030510
853620
721049
392030
730890
551349
200559
670411
441300
330749
670490
030379
120220
481840
680223
290545
850990
350610
482390
271290
732392
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
FOB 2007
NTE after REACH
10%
Folding cartons, boxes and cases, of noncorrugated
222205 paper
51543
or paperboard
4.31
131.7%
Plates, sheets and strip
68783
15057
4.57
131.5%
Crabs
1966625
230754
8.52
131.0%
Other aminoresins
101360
25009
4.05
130.9%
Tarred, bituminised or asphalted paper and paperboard
18396
12437
1.48
130.1%
Of a kind used in the paper or like industries 36960
18902
1.96
129.6%
Other
976302
511004
1.91
128.1%
(1996-) Glycerol, crude; glycerol waters and
1556829
glycerol lyes.
3076974
0.51
126.6%
Roasted
32175
39000
0.83
124.6%
Other
704357
809456
0.87
122.9%
Sawdust and wood waste and scrap, whether
227499
or not agglomerated
1762099
in0.13
logs, briquettes, 120.7%
pellets or similar f
Uppers and parts thereof, other than stiffeners
46522664 1251357
37.18
119.3%
Other
109591
10567
10.37
116.9%
Other
7239398
181134
39.97
116.4%
Other
1752886
745103
2.35
114.4%
Copper ores and concentrates.
1.18E+09 4.59E+08
2.58
114.3%
Mixtures of vegetables
62183
34867
1.78
112.6%
Ferrosilicomanganese
18538
16100
1.15
112.4%
Other
933278
432774
2.16
105.8%
Potatoes
108484
44459
2.44
105.4%
Other
41315
17065
2.42
101.8%
Crabs
390315
35926
10.86
101.7%
Nickel waste and scrap.
505864
31540
16.04
99.3%
Cardamoms
156315
20086
7.78
96.4%
Flours, meals and pellets of fish, fit for human
92599
consumption
12371
7.49
96.0%
Automatic circuit breakers
1921423
43614
44.06
95.7%
Other
17730
20995
0.84
94.8%
Of polymers of styrene
493975
115000
4.30
93.0%
Other
57304
18263
3.14
90.5%
Other woven fabrics
447982
35705
12.55
90.2%
Other
224298
153988
1.46
89.9%
Complete wigs
4209819
32580
129.21
89.5%
Densified wood, in blocks, plates, strips or
30774658
profile shapes.
18657440
1.65
89.3%
Other
536243
69968
7.66
88.0%
Of other materials
1840973
60883
30.24
85.1%
Other
1893977
829725
2.28
84.5%
Shelled, whether or not broken
57527
32710
1.76
82.3%
Sanitary towels and tampons, napkins and napkin
169610liners 29415
for babies and
5.77
similar sanitary articles
80.0%
Granite
260740
274369
0.95
79.4%
(1996-) Glycerol
2203591 2089059
1.05
77.0%
Parts
527876
39118
13.49
75.7%
Products suitable for use as glues or adhesives,
76708
put up for
11323
retail sale as
6.77
glues or adhesives,
75.7%
not exceedin
Other
1416778
550855
2.57
75.4%
Other
167903
141773
1.18
74.6%
Of cast iron, enamelled
485803
79840
6.08
74.3%
L-3
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 10% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
260600
680210
200110
730840
170230
230990
441840
551219
390521
071331
640699
080410
850490
800110
391590
711311
081330
320414
741999
840999
481930
701890
481730
853690
731210
091010
293040
840991
681019
854890
090500
151800
290516
680291
630710
481960
520513
681599
732690
853710
621220
480890
151710
720918
290519
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
FOB 2007
NTE after REACH
10%
Aluminium ores and concentrates.
276965 2962200
0.09
73.5%
Tiles, cubes and similar articles, whether or769976
not rectangular
1524650
(including0.51
square), the largest
73.1%
surface area o
Cucumbers and gherkins
85116
56990
1.49
72.0%
Equipment for scaffolding, shuttering, propping
64560
or pitpropping
21403
3.02
71.5%
Glucose and glucose syrup, not containing fructose
76334 or containing
144250 in the
0.53
dry state less than
70.6%
20 % by weigh
Other
216733
217449
1.00
70.2%
Shuttering for concrete constructional work219261
98684
2.22
70.0%
Other
2668514
119637
22.31
69.9%
(1996-) In aqueous dispersion
266383
153649
1.73
69.5%
Beans of the species Vigna mungo (L.) Hepper
42132
or Vigna radiata
22899 (L.) Wilczek
1.84
69.3%
Of other materials
1604358
86800
18.48
68.1%
Dates
53250
15000
3.55
67.9%
Parts
5905946
299586
19.71
67.1%
Tin, not alloyed
8429662
571580
14.75
65.2%
Of other plastics
1056072 1812645
0.58
62.6%
Of silver, whether or not plated or clad with
8862949
other precious
28810
metal 307.63
61.2%
Apples
127648
69203
1.84
60.6%
Direct dyes and preparations based thereon102004
18148
5.62
60.6%
Other
498949
25121
19.86
60.4%
Other
593608
35608
16.67
59.2%
Sacks and bags, having a base of a width of4633846
40 cm or more
1809044
2.56
59.1%
Other
397240
30503
13.02
56.2%
Boxes, pouches, wallets and writing compendiums,
28382 of paper
10169
or paperboard,
2.79 containing 54.5%
an assortment o
Other apparatus
13471264
403617
33.38
54.2%
Stranded wire, ropes and cables
1257803
437158
2.88
54.0%
Ginger
261424
109377
2.39
53.8%
Methionine
38868
15000
2.59
53.6%
Suitable for use solely or principally with 13253829
sparkignition internal
791007 combustion
16.76 piston engines
53.4%
Other
286174 1068824
0.27
52.6%
(1996-) Other
589627
14857
39.69
51.3%
Vanilla.
1201791
83577
14.38
50.6%
Animal or vegetable fats and oils and their
10846094
fractions,13162915
boiled, oxidised,0.82
dehydrated, sulphurised,
49.9% blown, p
Octanol (octyl alcohol) and isomers thereof
2806759 1750000
1.60
49.4%
Marble, travertine and alabaster
1559458 1231749
1.27
48.6%
Floorcloths, dishcloths, dusters and similar cleaning
495972 cloths
72874
6.81
48.3%
Box files, letter trays, storage boxes and similar
275752
articles, 75105
of a kind used
3.67
in offices, shops 47.2%
or the like
Measuring less than 232.56 decitex but not902844
less than 192.31
234473
decitex (exceeding
3.85
43 metric
46.6%
number but n
Other
334914
325902
1.03
45.2%
Other
1861345
410756
4.53
44.4%
For a voltage not exceeding 1,000 V
1459975
21049
69.36
44.2%
Girdles and pantygirdles
554308
10572
52.43
44.2%
Other
57893
35220
1.64
43.8%
Margarine, excluding liquid margarine
19476
21434
0.91
43.1%
(1996-) Of a thickness of less than 0.5 mm 76822
129985
0.59
42.4%
Other
3194165 1578080
2.02
42.3%
L-4
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 10% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
481940
870893
761290
940190
480990
392069
190420
401290
030613
550110
080450
390690
390730
380510
440890
490199
870880
732619
391729
621600
960630
741012
750110
320411
081090
200490
520611
761520
611430
870870
091030
200892
060390
830590
420321
330690
340211
392350
280300
240120
847590
520100
721041
520511
854290
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
FOB 2007
NTE after REACH
10%
Other sacks and bags, including cones
8528286 3015652
2.83
42.1%
Clutches and parts thereof
133944
19399
6.90
41.1%
Other
173400
24087
7.20
40.6%
Parts
17513516 1790331
9.78
40.5%
Other
22805
18854
1.21
40.3%
Of other polyesters
6529093 2350653
2.78
40.2%
(1996-) Prepared foods obtained from unroasted
81545cereal 31082
flakes or from
2.62
mixtures of unroasted
39.4% cereal flak
Other
147345
53772
2.74
39.1%
Shrimps and prawns
1.38E+08 22613944
6.10
38.7%
Of nylon or other polyamides
63366
17188
3.69
38.1%
Guavas, mangoes and mangosteens
103699
54606
1.90
38.0%
Other
1939049
783761
2.47
37.6%
Epoxide resins
73313
19757
3.71
37.6%
Gum, wood or sulphate turpentine oils 1941373 2529301
0.77
37.3%
Other
2977794
784343
3.80
36.6%
Other
409743
52331
7.83
36.6%
Suspension shockabsorbers
145127
18177
7.98
36.5%
Other
303221
87335
3.47
36.4%
Of other plastics
1433369
219131
6.54
36.0%
Gloves, mittens and mitts.
5446107
161595
33.70
35.0%
Button moulds and other parts of buttons;1006458
button blanks41081
24.50
34.3%
Of copper alloys
168548
18636
9.04
34.2%
Nickel mattes
84863456 8100884
10.48
33.1%
Disperse dyes and preparations based thereon
8830358 1501638
5.88
33.0%
Other
66127
47190
1.40
32.6%
Other vegetables and mixtures of vegetables
170568
88289
1.93
32.2%
Measuring 714.29 decitex or more (not exceeding
14371414 metric
57414
number)2.50
32.1%
Sanitary ware and parts thereof
150908
15414
9.79
32.0%
Of manmade fibres
723608
20873
34.67
32.0%
Road wheels and parts and accessories thereof
26290071 5339997
4.92
31.5%
Turmeric (curcuma)
52702
21763
2.42
31.3%
Mixtures
13532
18445
0.73
30.3%
Other
121406
18040
6.73
28.6%
Other, including parts
37420
10536
3.55
28.5%
Specially designed for use in sports
5657318
126708
44.65
28.3%
Other
136552
38386
3.56
26.3%
Anionic
1168807
882779
1.32
26.1%
Stoppers, lids, caps and other closures
462120
131242
3.52
26.0%
Carbon (carbon blacks and other forms of carbon
38156not elsewhere
37000 specified
1.03 or included). 25.7%
Tobacco, partly or wholly stemmed/stripped
15985093 3771380
4.24
25.6%
Parts
595484
11553
51.54
25.5%
Cotton, not carded or combed.
21710
22933
0.95
25.4%
Corrugated
1100
11630
0.09
25.0%
Measuring 714.29 decitex or more (not exceeding
70260414 metric
298211
number)2.36
24.5%
Parts
3265989
17224
189.62
23.7%
L-5
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 10% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
265
266
267
268
269
270
340290
760820
731815
160420
760429
481830
940370
611190
720839
520299
151319
291735
080132
731290
520621
720837
760200
330129
620990
847990
320412
291612
540771
520512
720838
283322
761490
721070
630391
400110
481720
481950
720299
151211
190230
380690
720826
180400
390940
550510
853222
940320
722850
940390
551211
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
FOB 2007
NTE after REACH
10%
Other
86039
54817
1.57
23.3%
Of aluminium alloys
218983
46734
4.69
23.1%
Other screws and bolts, whether or not with
11345909
their nuts2497279
or washers 4.54
22.8%
Other prepared or preserved fish
67430
19560
3.45
22.7%
Other
5164122 1100923
4.69
22.1%
Tablecloths and serviettes
57373
26097
2.20
21.3%
Furniture of plastics
1744513
378821
4.61
21.0%
Of other textile materials
3085297
117357
26.29
20.8%
(1996-) Of a thickness of less than 3 mm 264426
510548
0.52
20.4%
Other
1288949 1418963
0.91
20.2%
Other
981257 1120979
0.88
20.1%
Phthalic anhydride
1276921 1059999
1.20
19.8%
(1996-) Shelled
2288847
488620
4.68
19.8%
Other
18900
16314
1.16
19.6%
Measuring 714.29 decitex or more (not exceeding
6094414 metric
13084
number)4.66
18.9%
(1996-) Of a thickness of 4.75 mm or more but
52915
not exceeding
9798810 mm0.54
18.8%
Aluminium waste and scrap.
544333
350430
1.55
18.7%
Other
24958002
760186
32.83
17.7%
Of other textile materials
736710
35872
20.54
17.4%
Parts
566447
28158
20.12
17.4%
Acid dyes, whether or not premetallised, and
2652062
preparations
321847
based thereon;
8.24 mordant dyes
16.9%
and preparatio
Esters of acrylic acid
1210354
742120
1.63
16.7%
Unbleached or bleached
73796
11229
6.57
16.4%
Measuring less than 714.29 decitex but not472510
less than 232.56
175096
decitex (exceeding
2.70
14 metric
15.9%
number but n
(1996-) Of a thickness of 3 mm or more but635675
less than 4.75
1210809
mm
0.53
15.8%
Of aluminium
65000
500000
0.13
15.5%
Other
361781
82014
4.41
15.4%
Painted, varnished or coated with plastics 20737
26348
0.79
15.0%
Of cotton
1153676
128266
8.99
14.8%
Natural rubber latex, whether or not prevulcanised
1529569
869709
1.76
14.6%
Letter cards, plain postcards and correspondence
380415cards 69176
5.50
14.4%
Other packing containers, including record sleeves
325060
124517
2.61
14.3%
Other
169409
113477
1.49
14.0%
Crude oil
285250
350000
0.82
13.6%
Other pasta
2753835 2092163
1.32
12.8%
Other
49600
32000
1.55
12.4%
(1996-) Of a thickness of 3 mm or more but110028
less than 4.75
214479
mm
0.51
12.2%
Cocoa butter, fat and oil.
1.06E+08 22893838
4.62
12.0%
Phenolic resins
231840
156000
1.49
12.0%
Of synthetic fibres
2184493 2279750
0.96
12.0%
Aluminium electrolytic
4121471
225952
18.24
11.9%
Other metal furniture
4970004 1179120
4.22
11.7%
Other bars and rods, not further worked than30945
coldformed
21981
or coldfinished
1.41
11.4%
Parts
3038876 1058594
2.87
10.9%
Unbleached or bleached
193789
31145
6.22
10.9%
L-6
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 10% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
271
272
273
274
275
276
277
278
279
280
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
290
291
292
293
294
295
296
297
298
299
300
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
090412
560811
200811
481820
151329
391722
847329
090411
392119
830400
480100
340600
200990
731511
731442
151311
848410
291714
560311
520912
442110
691490
382312
870891
390120
170410
390311
821599
851690
121190
680229
392111
854430
853641
480300
190590
481190
732391
732310
151110
830890
071190
400122
390330
700991
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
FOB 2007
NTE after REACH
10%
Crushed or ground
38979
10520
3.71
10.6%
Made up fishing nets
3330587
529841
6.29
10.1%
Groundnuts
80253
44373
1.81
9.9%
Handkerchiefs, cleansing or facial tissues and
343130
towels 199872
1.72
9.8%
Other
34189567 39666862
0.86
9.6%
Of polymers of propylene
8149270 2639808
3.09
9.4%
Other
4918733
126872
38.77
9.4%
Neither crushed nor ground
25036238 6034045
4.15
9.4%
Of other plastics
93481
17561
5.32
9.1%
Filing cabinets, cardindex cabinets, paper trays,
112235
paper rests,
24220
pen trays,
4.63
officestamp stands8.5%
and similar of
Newsprint, in rolls or sheets.
126250
250899
0.50
8.5%
Candles, tapers and the like.
1191194
541413
2.20
8.2%
Mixtures of juices
37695
44960
0.84
7.5%
Roller chain
74650
14002
5.33
7.1%
Coated with plastics
33318
32946
1.01
7.1%
Crude oil
2.02E+08 2.81E+08
0.72
7.0%
Gaskets and similar joints of metal sheeting605610
combined with
28747
other material
21.07 or of two or more
6.9%layers of m
Maleic anhydride
376702
277000
1.36
6.9%
(1996-) Weighing not more than 25 g/m² 1242488
501586
2.48
6.9%
3thread or 4thread twill, including cross twill64103
20604
3.11
6.6%
Clothes hangers
108142
29531
3.66
6.4%
Other
1477597 1156942
1.28
6.2%
(1996-) Oleic acid
2804089 3260807
0.86
6.2%
Radiators
8457623
739713
11.43
5.9%
Polyethylene having a specific gravity of 0.94
5665862
or more3994999
1.42
5.7%
Chewing gum, whether or not sugarcoated 75721
15848
4.78
5.5%
Expansible
85700
58200
1.47
5.5%
Other
4295771
431085
9.97
5.5%
Parts
3155240
347349
9.08
5.2%
Other
733959
190111
3.86
5.0%
Other stone
3424306 6445692
0.53
4.8%
Of polymers of styrene
109841
39919
2.75
4.3%
Ignition wiring sets and other wiring sets of
1471703
a kind used113508
in vehicles, aircraft
12.97 or ships
4.3%
For a voltage not exceeding 60 V
3320316
123739
26.83
4.2%
Toilet or facial tissue stock, towel or napkin136433
stock and similar
115958paper of1.18
a kind used for household
4.1% or sanit
Other
882324
376257
2.35
3.6%
Other paper, paperboard, cellulose wadding 54367
and webs of27257
cellulose fibres
1.99
3.5%
Of cast iron, not enamelled
301219
132273
2.28
3.4%
Iron or steel wool; pot scourers and scouring
691051
or polishing
197392
pads, gloves3.50
and the like
3.3%
Crude oil
7.09E+08 1.11E+09
0.64
2.9%
Other, including parts
528574
45474
11.62
2.8%
Other vegetables; mixtures of vegetables 10990
17399
0.63
2.4%
Technically specified natural rubber (TSNR)
5.92E+08 2.92E+08
2.03
2.3%
Acrylonitrilebutadienestyrene (ABS) copolymers
2415196 1396805
1.73
2.2%
Unframed
310483
269003
1.15
2.1%
L-7
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 10% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
316
317
318
319
320
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
329
330
331
332
333
334
335
336
337
338
339
340
341
342
343
344
345
346
347
348
349
350
351
352
353
354
355
356
357
358
359
360
382311
760612
190110
170211
720917
760711
731021
720916
180100
521021
010110
030319
030419
030421
030422
030429
030499
060210
090611
090619
190531
190532
200929
200931
200941
220210
220290
220300
220820
251310
251620
293499
293920
380850
380891
381700
382561
392049
400921
400922
401031
401039
401110
401120
401140
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
FOB 2007
NTE after REACH
10%
(1996-) Stearic acid
7688351 9135256
0.84
1.8%
Of aluminium alloys
1225157
354654
3.45
1.8%
Preparations for infant use, put up for retail sale
55742
15675
3.56
1.3%
(1996-) Containing by weight 99 % or more 282160
lactose, expressed
175000 as anhydrous
1.61 lactose, calculated
1.2% on the d
(1996-) Of a thickness of 0.5 mm or more but
423567
not exceeding
718093
1 mm 0.59
0.9%
Rolled but not further worked
52454
15949
3.29
0.7%
Cans which are to be closed by soldering or crimping
51133
24888
2.05
0.5%
(1996-) Of a thickness exceeding 1 mm but 424231
less than 3 mm
719415
0.59
0.4%
Cocoa beans, whole or broken, raw or roasted.
9069362 4819138
1.88
0.3%
Plain weave
108308
13497
8.02
0.1%
(2002-) Purebred breeding animals
250530
69712
3.59
0.0%
(2002-) Other
95404
24100
3.96
0.0%
(2007-) (- Fresh or chilled:)-- Other
621343
163903
3.79
0.0%
(2007-) (- Frozen fillets:)-- Swordfish (Xiphias
171350
gladius) 53492
3.20
0.0%
(2007-) (- Frozen fillets:)-- Toothfish (Dissostichus
590590spp.)433202
1.36
0.0%
(2007-) (- Frozen fillets:)-- Other
9127432 3040109
3.00
0.0%
(2007-) (- Other:)-- Other
1309092 1470221
0.89
0.0%
Unrooted cuttings and slips
1061853
413543
2.57
0.0%
(2007-) (- Neither crushed nor ground:)-- Cinnamon
3589661 (Cinnamomum
4583582
zeylanicum
0.78
Blume) 0.0%
(2007-) (- Neither crushed nor ground:)-- Other
155339
274742
0.57
0.0%
(2002-) Sweet biscuits
45933
14891
3.08
0.0%
(2002-) Waffles and wafers
725402
274152
2.65
0.0%
(2002-) Other
126852
73243
1.73
0.0%
(2002-) Of a Brix value not exceeding 20
74208
103492
0.72
0.0%
(2002-) Of a Brix value not exceeding 20 7838342 10534902
0.74
0.0%
Waters, including mineral waters and aerated
76614
waters, containing
14845 added
5.16sugar or other sweetening
0.0%
matt
Other
366248
92427
3.96
0.0%
Beer made from malt.
59756
68099
0.88
0.0%
Spirits obtained by distilling grape wine or grape
175812
marc 92960
1.89
0.0%
(2007-) - Pumice stone
2173
17304
0.13
0.0%
(2007-) - Sandstone
7770
11308
0.69
0.0%
(2002-) Other
4989786
662979
7.53
0.0%
(2007-) - Alkaloids of cinchona and their derivatives;
7860246 salts
111681
thereof 70.38
0.0%
(2007-) - Goods specified in Subheading Note
9506558
1 to this Chapter
424418
22.40
0.0%
(2007-) (- Other:)-- Insecticides
385708
247621
1.56
0.0%
(2002-) Mixed alkylbenzenes and mixed alkylnaphthalenes,
1217676 1276820
other than
0.95
those of heading 27.07
0.0% or 29.02.
(2002-) Mainly containing organic constituents
15476
78960
0.20
0.0%
(2002-) Other
108052
34422
3.14
0.0%
(2002-) Without fittings
1129874
631194
1.79
0.0%
(2002-) With fittings
155096
199280
0.78
0.0%
(2002-) Endless transmission belts of trapezoidal
3406108
crosssection
317680 (V belts),
10.72 Vribbed, of an outside
0.0% circumf
(2002-) Other
1046155
150765
6.94
0.0%
Of a kind used on motor cars (including station
1.15E+08
wagons
39048187
and racing cars)
2.96
0.0%
Of a kind used on buses or lorries
966822
405760
2.38
0.0%
Of a kind used on motorcycles
1664974
576052
2.89
0.0%
L-8
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 10% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
361
362
363
364
365
366
367
368
369
370
371
372
373
374
375
376
377
378
379
380
381
382
383
384
385
386
387
388
389
390
391
392
393
394
395
396
397
398
399
400
401
402
403
404
405
401150
401161
401162
401163
401192
401199
401212
401310
401320
401390
410411
410419
410441
410449
410530
410712
410719
411310
411330
420211
420212
420219
420221
420222
420229
440210
440290
440725
440726
440729
440791
440795
440799
440921
440929
441114
441210
441231
441232
441239
441294
441510
441860
441871
441872
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
FOB 2007
NTE after REACH
10%
Of a kind used on bicycles
36314492 6683689
5.43
0.0%
(2002-) Of a kind used on agricultural or forestry
3931982
vehicles
1654385
and machines
2.38
0.0%
(2002-) Of a kind used on construction or industrial
7298932 handling
3379414
vehicles2.16
and machines and having
0.0% a rim size
(2002-) Of a kind used on construction or industrial
65445 handling
23796
vehicles2.75
and machines and having
0.0% a rim size
(2002-) Of a kind used on agricultural or forestry
32993
vehicles11430
and machines
2.89
0.0%
Other
6605766 2353666
2.81
0.0%
(2002-) Of a kind used on buses or lorries 13317
16584
0.80
0.0%
Of a kind used on motor cars (including station
1021783
wagons356999
and racing cars),
2.86buses or lorries 0.0%
Of a kind used on bicycles
8894129 1736696
5.12
0.0%
Other
521945
188588
2.77
0.0%
(2002-) Full grains, unsplit; grain splits
356875
45424
7.86
0.0%
(2002-) Other
1512649
225466
6.71
0.0%
(2002-) Full grains, unsplit; grain splits
4102974
215762
19.02
0.0%
(2002-) Other
5531626
595152
9.29
0.0%
(2002-) In the dry state (crust)
3303333
108974
30.31
0.0%
(2002-) Grain splits
1439377
59672
24.12
0.0%
(2002-) Other
3749037
115740
32.39
0.0%
(2002-) Of goats or kids
1357511
65331
20.78
0.0%
(2002-) Of reptiles
614476
10272
59.82
0.0%
With outer surface of leather, of composition
1629715
leather or 93569
of patent leather
17.42
0.0%
With outer surface of plastics or of textile 6323546
materials 936772
6.75
0.0%
Other
402114
38508
10.44
0.0%
With outer surface of leather, of composition
6314150
leather or213923
of patent leather
29.52
0.0%
With outer surface of plastic sheeting or of4744586
textile materials
204620
23.19
0.0%
Other
771330
81124
9.51
0.0%
(2007-) - Of bamboo
605234 3765181
0.16
0.0%
(2007-) - Other
2229231 6854107
0.33
0.0%
(1996-) Dark Red Meranti, Light Red Meranti
9648458
and Meranti
4250480
Bakau
2.27
0.0%
(1996-) White Lauan, White Meranti, White Seraya,
42707 Yellow
33684
Meranti and
1.27Alan
0.0%
(1996-) Other
3554125 3736396
0.95
0.0%
Of oak (Quercus spp.)
53318
52681
1.01
0.0%
(2007-) (- Other:)-- Of ash (Fraxinus spp.)
7841
11692
0.67
0.0%
Other
555768
479941
1.16
0.0%
(2007-) (- Non-coniferous:)-- Of bamboo 158317
249191
0.64
0.0%
(2007-) (- Non-coniferous:)-- Other
1.52E+08 1.24E+08
1.23
0.0%
(2007-) (- Medium density fibreboard (MDF):)-45935
Of a thickness
29947exceeding
1.539 mm
0.0%
(2007-) - Of bamboo
497723
377053
1.32
0.0%
(2007-) (- Other plywood, consisting solely
57957252
of sheets 57732531
of wood (other than
1.00 bamboo), each0.0%
ply not exceed
(2007-) (- Other plywood, consisting solely of16488
sheets of wood
12980(other than
1.27 bamboo), each0.0%
ply not exceed
(2007-) (- Other plywood, consisting solely
32218548
of sheets 29332250
of wood (other than
1.10 bamboo), each0.0%
ply not exceed
(2007-) (- Other:)-- Blockboard, laminboard
77927869
and battenboard
46788531
1.67
0.0%
Cases, boxes, crates, drums and similar packings;
591578
cabledrums
533192
1.11
0.0%
(2007-) - Posts and beams
5111778 4452718
1.15
0.0%
(2007-) (- Assembled flooring panels:)-- For1980575
mosaic floors
1779896
1.11
0.0%
(2007-) (- Assembled flooring panels:)-- Other,
58962993
multilayer
28963458
2.04
0.0%
L-9
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 10% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
406
407
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
417
418
419
420
421
422
423
424
425
426
427
428
429
430
431
432
433
434
435
436
437
438
439
440
441
442
443
444
445
446
447
448
449
450
441879
460121
460122
460129
460192
460194
460211
460212
460219
480254
480255
480256
480257
480258
480262
480524
480591
481013
481019
481022
481092
482369
530500
540211
540219
540245
540246
540247
570190
570239
570242
570320
570330
570590
600290
600522
600532
600533
600590
600622
600631
600690
610120
610130
610190
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
FOB 2007
NTE after REACH
10%
(2007-) (- Assembled flooring panels:)-- Other
37784699 19630250
1.92
0.0%
(2007-) (- Mats, matting and screens of vegetable
48737materials:)-29928 Of bamboo
1.63
0.0%
(2007-) (- Mats, matting and screens of vegetable
128613materials:)-43661 Of rattan
2.95
0.0%
(2007-) (- Mats, matting and screens of vegetable
599193materials:)-88489 Other6.77
0.0%
(2007-) (- Other:)-- Of bamboo
310333
49462
6.27
0.0%
(2007-) (- Other:)-- Of other vegetable materials
141461
31320
4.52
0.0%
(2007-) (- Of vegetable materials:)-- Of bamboo
3886793 2330771
1.67
0.0%
(2007-) (- Of vegetable materials:)-- Of rattan
8203168 3900444
2.10
0.0%
(2007-) (- Of vegetable materials:)-- Other1750786
689634
2.54
0.0%
(2002-) Weighing less than 40 g/m²
322062
341098
0.94
0.0%
(2002-) Weighing 40 g/m² or more but not
16830223
more than
21114337
150 g/m², in rolls
0.80
0.0%
(2002-) Weighing 40 g/m² or more but not
52485852
more than
66437781
150 g/m², in sheets
0.79 with one side not
0.0%
exceeding 4
(2002-) Other, weighing 40 g/m² or more55440243
but not more
65246842
than 150 g/m²
0.85
0.0%
(2002-) Weighing more than 150 g/m²
1125832 1219027
0.92
0.0%
(2002-) In sheets with one side not exceeding26604
435 mm and
32844
the other0.81
side not exceeding 297
0.0%mm in the
(2002-) Weighing 150 g/m² or less
178037
247453
0.72
0.0%
(2002-) Weighing 150 g/m² or less
16327
16507
0.99
0.0%
(2002-) In rolls
21047231 24653940
0.85
0.0%
(2002-) Other
10490715 7642946
1.37
0.0%
(2002-) Lightweight coated paper
3514073 4500556
0.78
0.0%
(2002-) Multiply
111863
187820
0.60
0.0%
(2007-) (- Trays, dishes, plates, cups and the
4229234
like, of paper
1184562
or paperboard:)-3.57 Other
0.0%
(2007-) Coconut, abaca (Manila hemp or Musa
93566
textilis Nee),
54294
ramie and
1.72
other vegetable textile
0.0% fibres, no
(2007-) (- High tenacity yarn of nylon or other33663
polyamides:)-20951Of aramids
1.61
0.0%
(2007-) (- High tenacity yarn of nylon or other
1951033
polyamides:)-654520Other 2.98
0.0%
(2007-) (- Other yarn, single, untwisted or 4061244
with a twist1098402
not exceeding 3.70
50 turns per metre:)-0.0%
Other, of nyl
(2007-) (- Other yarn, single, untwisted or 4115419
with a twist2426387
not exceeding 1.70
50 turns per metre:)-0.0%
Other, of po
(2007-) (- Other yarn, single, untwisted or 2037556
with a twist1086209
not exceeding 1.88
50 turns per metre:)-0.0%
Other, of po
Of other textile materials
96449
33296
2.90
0.0%
Of other textile materials
72739
36525
1.99
0.0%
Of manmade textile materials
862698
108300
7.97
0.0%
Of nylon or other polyamides
100886
40698
2.48
0.0%
Of other manmade textile materials
79864
45293
1.76
0.0%
#N/A
79926
20449
3.91
0.0%
(2002-) Other
83317
10077
8.27
0.0%
(2002-) Dyed
76000
11200
6.79
0.0%
(2002-) Dyed
3920773
214747
18.26
0.0%
(2002-) Of yarns of different colours
1352600
809885
1.67
0.0%
(2002-) Other
122785
18415
6.67
0.0%
(2002-) Dyed
88143
18321
4.81
0.0%
(2002-) Unbleached or bleached
360095
129308
2.78
0.0%
(2002-) Other
10913933 2833241
3.85
0.0%
Of cotton
1746363
94736
18.43
0.0%
Of man-made fibres
10940356
506568
21.60
0.0%
Of other textile materials
8848927
595047
14.87
0.0%
L - 10
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 10% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
Deskripsi
451
452
453
454
455
456
457
458
459
460
461
462
463
464
465
466
467
468
469
470
471
472
473
474
475
476
477
478
479
480
481
482
483
484
485
486
487
488
489
490
491
492
493
494
495
610220
610230
610290
610310
610322
610323
610329
610332
610333
610339
610342
610343
610349
610413
610419
610422
610432
610433
610439
610442
610443
610449
610452
610459
610462
610463
610469
610510
610520
610590
610610
610620
610690
610711
610719
610721
610819
610821
610822
610829
610831
610832
610891
610892
610910
Of cotton
Of man-made fibres
Of other textile materials
(2007-) - Suits
Of cotton
Of synthetic fibres
Of other textile materials
Of cotton
Of synthetic fibres
Of other textile materials
Of cotton
Of synthetic fibres
Of other textile materials
Of synthetic fibres
Of other textile materials
Of cotton
Of cotton
Of synthetic fibres
Of other textile materials
Of cotton
Of synthetic fibres
Of other textile materials
Of cotton
Of other textile materials
Of cotton
Of synthetic fibres
Of other textile materials
Of cotton
Of manmade fibres
Of other textile materials
Of cotton
Of manmade fibres
Of other textile materials
Of cotton
Of other textile materials
Of cotton
Of other textile materials
Of cotton
Of manmade fibres
Of other textile materials
Of cotton
Of manmade fibres
Of cotton
Of manmade fibres
Of cotton
N_2007
2847407
1330411
8712673
115329
530050
166768
705660
1058819
330270
1299552
5389408
5755755
7483499
514576
2742106
2815899
523828
354292
2526931
2657916
2128474
1134319
511442
589936
10017001
3167035
3283749
22125032
6660652
8947548
20497741
6708559
7112027
4446217
561679
1643841
264083
1173146
8332650
725442
2879515
1562626
270283
350840
54206696
Data
V_2007
160270
74603
398726
18674
47834
16716
40474
55250
18364
80438
391764
413275
485736
43231
193150
169008
25817
24114
137510
155040
79863
53914
22013
24825
677063
183677
182787
1134901
324364
694497
922594
301266
357388
315693
59500
142864
29032
114856
223475
87166
217514
124626
22857
19690
3182372
FOB 2007
17.77
17.83
21.85
6.18
11.08
9.98
17.43
19.16
17.98
16.16
13.76
13.93
15.41
11.90
14.20
16.66
20.29
14.69
18.38
17.14
26.65
21.04
23.23
23.76
14.79
17.24
17.96
19.50
20.53
12.88
22.22
22.27
19.90
14.08
9.44
11.51
9.10
10.21
37.29
8.32
13.24
12.54
11.82
17.82
17.03
NTE after REACH
10%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
L - 11
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 10% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
Deskripsi
496
497
498
499
500
610990
611011
611019
611020
611030
Of other textile materials
(2002-) Of wool
(2002-) Other
Of cotton
Of manmade fibres
N_2007
66733127
1265007
493172
92526679
65590364
Data
V_2007
3397362
73443
27577
6153215
4404834
FOB 2007
19.64
17.22
17.88
15.04
14.89
NTE after REACH
10%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
L - 12
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 20% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
252100
251710
251749
680421
250840
261800
310100
251511
251690
071410
400219
251741
440110
690490
251520
291529
282720
510119
720390
491191
230690
690100
283650
120720
290711
850519
251400
560392
321519
680100
253090
854449
630900
120890
170111
680292
720690
390920
720450
720712
391000
110620
240130
080131
720719
847340
853810
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
FOB 2007
NTE after REACH
20%
Limestone flux; limestone and other calcareous
6079
stone, of22264
a kind used0.27
for the manufacture
8240.1%
of lime or cem
Pebbles, gravel, broken or crushed stone, of 97709
a kind commonly
144465used for
0.68
concrete aggregates,
7892.7%
for road me
Other
350358
380332
0.92
4332.2%
Of agglomerated synthetic or natural diamond
3884081
39376
98.64
4111.2%
Other clays
1988
10572
0.19
3717.5%
Granulated slag (slag sand) from the manufacture
500989of iron
952542
or steel. 0.53
2571.8%
Animal or vegetable fertilisers, whether or not
247141
mixed together
132799 or chemically
1.86
treated; fertilisers
2369.5%produced
Crude or roughly trimmed
51065
18440
2.77
2227.0%
Other monumental or building stone
20507
29208
0.70
2070.6%
Manioc (cassava)
326438
130652
2.50
1623.6%
Other
356211
13192
27.00
1606.9%
Of marble
258406
244043
1.06
1516.8%
Fuel wood, in logs, in billets, in twigs, in faggots
92342
or in similar
90840
forms 1.02
1493.5%
Other
8154
11904
0.68
1354.2%
Ecaussine and other calcareous monumental35594
or building54334
stone; alabaster
0.66
1295.7%
Other
791063
40535
19.52
1151.8%
Calcium chloride
48081
24774
1.94
1057.6%
Other
251452
21007
11.97
1035.4%
Other
46876
12431
3.77
977.3%
Pictures, designs and photographs
202155
84051
2.41
959.1%
Other
219150
205500
1.07
870.5%
Bricks, blocks, tiles and other ceramic goods 36224
of siliceous 13727
fossil meals (for
2.64example, kieselguhr,
824.3%
tripolite or
Calcium carbonate
2000
14080
0.14
821.3%
Cotton seeds
5805
10529
0.55
788.2%
Phenol (hydroxybenzene) and its salts
3218727
376678
8.55
680.2%
Other
758578
17730
42.78
621.2%
Slate, whether or not roughly trimmed or merely
11030cut, by21505
sawing or otherwise,
0.51
into blocks 615.9%
or slabs of a re
(1996-) Weighing more than 25 g/m² but not
930313
more than31289
70 g/m² 29.73
611.4%
Other
10052123
348970
28.81
576.7%
Setts, curbstones and flagstones, of natural975737
stone (except
1074338
slate).
0.91
535.1%
Other
9183
41854
0.22
521.3%
Other
4590923
117318
39.13
502.7%
Worn clothing and other worn articles. 2597209
749551
3.47
484.4%
Other
6650
20000
0.33
469.9%
Cane sugar
65876
23574
2.79
457.6%
Other calcareous stone
55105
25993
2.12
436.7%
Other
123471
51463
2.40
417.8%
Melamine resins
32556
11521
2.83
417.6%
Remelting scrap ingots
109660
43920
2.50
409.2%
Other, of rectangular (other than square) crosssection
110024
66103
1.66
402.5%
Silicones in primary forms.
479707
27936
17.17
386.4%
Of sago or of roots or tubers of heading 07.14
10440
21801
0.48
385.7%
Tobacco refuse
2041050
686892
2.97
379.4%
(1996-) In shell
141799
20266
7.00
369.3%
Other
72085
32709
2.20
366.5%
Parts and accessories of the machines of heading
141487684.72 10861
130.27
344.1%
Boards, panels, consoles, desks, cabinets and
349618
other bases
14734
for the goods
23.73of heading 85.37,328.0%
not equipped w
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 20% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
854420
441090
270810
210120
030342
030380
392310
040410
140490
480439
240399
730429
701790
330190
400130
854190
090121
050800
440810
848299
420329
392113
843890
870850
330290
170290
732620
392390
190540
482210
730900
392010
441011
441850
251512
481110
180620
140190
844849
660390
121299
300420
380992
110720
720230
071290
440130
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
FOB 2007
NTE after REACH
20%
Coaxial cable and other coaxial electric conductors
997012
36591
27.25
327.9%
Other
32930
23135
1.42
325.4%
Pitch
21700
20000
1.09
312.2%
Extracts, essences and concentrates, of tea 305266
or maté, and26244
preparations
11.63
with a basis of these
309.6%
extracts, esse
Yellowfin tunas (Thunnus albacares)
341070
48280
7.06
300.6%
Livers and roes
272265
21100
12.90
299.1%
Boxes, cases, crates and similar articles 8346819
864668
9.65
295.6%
Whey and modified whey, whether or not concentrated
19313
11000
or containing1.76
added sugar or other
273.2%
sweetening
Other
605260
411982
1.47
268.2%
Other
60096
21987
2.73
266.8%
Other
4446937
170944
26.01
257.9%
(1996-) Other
119205
21337
5.59
241.7%
Other
856412
24407
35.09
238.7%
Other
946254
43417
21.79
235.7%
Balata, gutta-percha, guayule, chicle and similar
95594
natural 17654
gums
5.41
232.4%
Parts
3132350
15483
202.31
225.2%
Not decaffeinated
408772
29454
13.88
220.4%
Coral and similar materials, unworked or simply
272727
prepared
146905
but not otherwise
1.86 worked; shells
219.0%
of molluscs,
Coniferous
11092356 2740655
4.05
219.0%
Other
204085
11817
17.27
218.5%
Other
497661
13149
37.85
208.7%
Of polyurethanes
544567
43238
12.59
204.9%
Parts
3002177
44635
67.26
203.1%
Driveaxles with differential, whether or 31089438
not provided2020304
with other transmission
15.39
components
202.3%
Other
373600
11116
33.61
201.5%
Other, including invert sugar and other sugar97949
and sugar syrup
55010blends 1.78
containing in the dry198.6%
state 50 % by
Articles of iron or steel wire
50324
10450
4.82
198.6%
Other
1120993
131191
8.54
197.5%
Rusks, toasted bread and similar toasted products
47072
11563
4.07
193.9%
Of a kind used for winding textile yarn
632124
208906
3.03
193.6%
Reservoirs, tanks, vats and similar containers
276235
for any material
25420(other10.87
than compressed or 191.3%
liquefied gas), o
Of polymers of ethylene
2953861
757502
3.90
190.0%
(1996-2001, 2007-) Of wood :-- Waferboard,85882
including oriented
86765
0.99
184.7%
Shingles and shakes
38343
17248
2.22
184.3%
Merely cut, by sawing or otherwise, into blocks
94590
or slabs163345
of a rectangular
0.58(including square)184.1%
shape
Tarred, bituminised or asphalted paper and paperboard
18396
12437
1.48
178.4%
Other preparations in blocks, slabs or bars weighing
230017 more
40802
than 2 kg or
5.64
in liquid, paste, powder,
174.1%granular
Other
1519736
517484
2.94
165.4%
Other
1322450
35933
36.80
165.2%
Other
38518
11741
3.28
164.1%
Other
359249
172985
2.08
161.3%
Containing other antibiotics
4804807
19890
241.57
160.7%
Of a kind used in the paper or like industries 36960
18902
1.96
160.0%
Roasted
32175
39000
0.83
157.5%
Ferrosilicomanganese
18538
16100
1.15
156.9%
Other vegetables; mixtures of vegetables 294790
64544
4.57
156.1%
Sawdust and wood waste and scrap, whether
227499
or not agglomerated
1762099
in0.13
logs, briquettes, pellets
153.4%
or similar f
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 20% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
400591
481920
390930
481910
190219
681099
721049
152000
030624
071090
560890
390190
442190
640610
853890
200520
260300
690290
730890
030510
030614
090830
200110
200559
750300
392030
120220
170230
853620
260600
330749
551349
680223
441300
271290
670411
071331
030379
350610
670490
481840
730840
080410
441840
721041
680210
230990
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
FOB 2007
NTE after REACH
20%
Plates, sheets and strip
68783
15057
4.57
150.3%
Folding cartons, boxes and cases, of noncorrugated
222205 paper
51543
or paperboard
4.31
149.4%
Other aminoresins
101360
25009
4.05
144.4%
Cartons, boxes and cases, of corrugated paper
2132062
or paperboard
711236
3.00
139.0%
Other
976302
511004
1.91
138.9%
Other
704357
809456
0.87
137.4%
Other
17730
20995
0.84
136.6%
(1996-) Glycerol, crude; glycerol waters and
1556829
glycerol lyes.
3076974
0.51
133.2%
Crabs
1966625
230754
8.52
133.0%
Mixtures of vegetables
62183
34867
1.78
131.4%
Other
109591
10567
10.37
128.7%
Other
41315
17065
2.42
126.5%
Other
1752886
745103
2.35
120.2%
Uppers and parts thereof, other than stiffeners
46522664 1251357
37.18
119.6%
Other
7239398
181134
39.97
116.9%
Potatoes
108484
44459
2.44
116.6%
Copper ores and concentrates.
1.18E+09 4.59E+08
2.58
114.3%
Other
933278
432774
2.16
109.6%
Other
57304
18263
3.14
108.4%
Flours, meals and pellets of fish, fit for human
92599
consumption
12371
7.49
108.3%
Crabs
390315
35926
10.86
105.1%
Cardamoms
156315
20086
7.78
104.1%
Cucumbers and gherkins
85116
56990
1.49
103.3%
Other
224298
153988
1.46
103.0%
Nickel waste and scrap.
505864
31540
16.04
101.8%
Of polymers of styrene
493975
115000
4.30
99.6%
Shelled, whether or not broken
57527
32710
1.76
99.5%
Glucose and glucose syrup, not containing fructose
76334 or containing
144250 in the
0.53
dry state less than 20
97.9%
% by weigh
Automatic circuit breakers
1921423
43614
44.06
96.3%
Aluminium ores and concentrates.
276965 2962200
0.09
95.8%
Other
536243
69968
7.66
94.2%
Other woven fabrics
447982
35705
12.55
92.9%
Granite
260740
274369
0.95
90.2%
Densified wood, in blocks, plates, strips or
30774658
profile shapes.
18657440
1.65
90.1%
Other
167903
141773
1.18
89.9%
Complete wigs
4209819
32580
129.21
89.8%
Beans of the species Vigna mungo (L.) Hepper
42132
or Vigna radiata
22899 (L.) Wilczek
1.84
89.6%
Other
1893977
829725
2.28
89.1%
Products suitable for use as glues or adhesives,
76708
put up for
11323
retail sale as
6.77
glues or adhesives, 88.7%
not exceeding
Of other materials
1840973
60883
30.24
86.9%
Sanitary towels and tampons, napkins and napkin
169610liners 29415
for babies and
5.77
similar sanitary articles
86.6%
Equipment for scaffolding, shuttering, propping
64560
or pitpropping
21403
3.02
86.2%
Dates
53250
15000
3.55
84.7%
Shuttering for concrete constructional work219261
98684
2.22
83.1%
Corrugated
1100
11630
0.09
82.8%
Tiles, cubes and similar articles, whether or769976
not rectangular
1524650
(including0.51
square), the largest surface
82.7% area o
Other
216733
217449
1.00
82.3%
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 20% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
482390
081330
290545
732392
390521
481730
850990
293040
151710
681019
551219
640699
320414
391590
850490
480990
800110
720918
091010
200892
741999
711311
840999
481930
080450
701890
480890
481960
731210
401290
853690
840991
630710
854890
680291
090500
681599
290516
151800
720837
550110
520513
520100
190420
390730
870893
520611
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
FOB 2007
NTE after REACH
20%
Other
1416778
550855
2.57
81.2%
Apples
127648
69203
1.84
81.0%
(1996-) Glycerol
2203591 2089059
1.05
80.6%
Of cast iron, enamelled
485803
79840
6.08
80.6%
(1996-) In aqueous dispersion
266383
153649
1.73
79.6%
Boxes, pouches, wallets and writing compendiums,
28382 of paper
10169
or paperboard,
2.79 containing an assortment
79.2%
of
Parts
527876
39118
13.49
77.9%
Methionine
38868
15000
2.59
73.2%
Margarine, excluding liquid margarine
19476
21434
0.91
72.2%
Other
286174 1068824
0.27
71.8%
Other
2668514
119637
22.31
71.0%
Of other materials
1604358
86800
18.48
70.0%
Direct dyes and preparations based thereon102004
18148
5.62
69.8%
Of other plastics
1056072 1812645
0.58
69.3%
Parts
5905946
299586
19.71
67.6%
Other
22805
18854
1.21
66.2%
Tin, not alloyed
8429662
571580
14.75
66.1%
(1996-) Of a thickness of less than 0.5 mm 76822
129985
0.59
65.0%
Ginger
261424
109377
2.39
63.1%
Mixtures
13532
18445
0.73
62.6%
Other
498949
25121
19.86
62.5%
Of silver, whether or not plated or clad with
8862949
other precious
28810
metal 307.63
61.3%
Other
593608
35608
16.67
61.0%
Sacks and bags, having a base of a width of4633846
40 cm or more
1809044
2.56
60.7%
Guavas, mangoes and mangosteens
103699
54606
1.90
59.2%
Other
397240
30503
13.02
58.8%
Other
57893
35220
1.64
57.3%
Box files, letter trays, storage boxes and similar
275752
articles, 75105
of a kind used
3.67
in offices, shops or the
56.4%
like
Stranded wire, ropes and cables
1257803
437158
2.88
56.1%
Other
147345
53772
2.74
54.6%
Other apparatus
13471264
403617
33.38
54.4%
Suitable for use solely or principally with 13253829
sparkignition internal
791007 combustion
16.76 piston engines 53.9%
Floorcloths, dishcloths, dusters and similar cleaning
495972 cloths
72874
6.81
53.5%
(1996-) Other
589627
14857
39.69
53.0%
Marble, travertine and alabaster
1559458 1231749
1.27
52.9%
Vanilla.
1201791
83577
14.38
52.9%
Other
334914
325902
1.03
52.3%
Octanol (octyl alcohol) and isomers thereof
2806759 1750000
1.60
51.9%
Animal or vegetable fats and oils and their
10846094
fractions,13162915
boiled, oxidised,0.82
dehydrated, sulphurised,
51.7%
blown, po
(1996-) Of a thickness of 4.75 mm or more but
52915
not exceeding
9798810 mm0.54
50.9%
Of nylon or other polyamides
63366
17188
3.69
50.2%
Measuring less than 232.56 decitex but not902844
less than 192.31
234473
decitex (exceeding
3.85
43 metric number
49.4% but no
Cotton, not carded or combed.
21710
22933
0.95
49.3%
(1996-) Prepared foods obtained from unroasted
81545cereal 31082
flakes or from
2.62
mixtures of unroasted
49.2%
cereal flake
Epoxide resins
73313
19757
3.71
48.2%
Clutches and parts thereof
133944
19399
6.90
47.5%
Measuring 714.29 decitex or more (not exceeding
14371414 metric
57414
number)2.50
47.2%
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 20% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
621220
732690
761290
340290
830590
200490
853710
091030
290519
731290
732619
081090
481940
490199
870880
280300
392069
390690
270900
940190
380510
720839
741012
030613
440890
391729
721070
761520
283322
621600
960630
060390
320411
750110
611430
160420
481830
870870
330690
340211
392350
071190
520621
420321
722850
520511
847590
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
FOB 2007
NTE after REACH
20%
Girdles and pantygirdles
554308
10572
52.43
Other
1861345
410756
4.53
Other
173400
24087
7.20
Other
86039
54817
1.57
Other, including parts
37420
10536
3.55
Other vegetables and mixtures of vegetables
170568
88289
1.93
For a voltage not exceeding 1,000 V
1459975
21049
69.36
Turmeric (curcuma)
52702
21763
2.42
Other
3194165 1578080
2.02
Other
18900
16314
1.16
Other
303221
87335
3.47
Other
66127
47190
1.40
Other sacks and bags, including cones
8528286 3015652
2.83
Other
409743
52331
7.83
Suspension shockabsorbers
145127
18177
7.98
Carbon (carbon blacks and other forms of carbon
38156not elsewhere
37000 specified
1.03 or included).
Of other polyesters
6529093 2350653
2.78
Other
1939049
783761
2.47
Petroleum oils and oils obtained from bituminous
8000minerals,
64000
crude. 0.13
Parts
17513516 1790331
9.78
Gum, wood or sulphate turpentine oils 1941373 2529301
0.77
(1996-) Of a thickness of less than 3 mm 264426
510548
0.52
Of copper alloys
168548
18636
9.04
Shrimps and prawns
1.38E+08 22613944
6.10
Other
2977794
784343
3.80
Of other plastics
1433369
219131
6.54
Painted, varnished or coated with plastics 20737
26348
0.79
Sanitary ware and parts thereof
150908
15414
9.79
Of aluminium
65000
500000
0.13
Gloves, mittens and mitts.
5446107
161595
33.70
Button moulds and other parts of buttons;1006458
button blanks41081
24.50
Other
121406
18040
6.73
Disperse dyes and preparations based thereon
8830358 1501638
5.88
Nickel mattes
84863456 8100884
10.48
Of manmade fibres
723608
20873
34.67
Other prepared or preserved fish
67430
19560
3.45
Tablecloths and serviettes
57373
26097
2.20
Road wheels and parts and accessories thereof
26290071 5339997
4.92
Other
136552
38386
3.56
Anionic
1168807
882779
1.32
Stoppers, lids, caps and other closures
462120
131242
3.52
Other vegetables; mixtures of vegetables 10990
17399
0.63
Measuring 714.29 decitex or more (not exceeding
6094414 metric
13084
number)4.66
Specially designed for use in sports
5657318
126708
44.65
Other bars and rods, not further worked than30945
coldformed
21981
or coldfinished
1.41
Measuring 714.29 decitex or more (not exceeding
70260414 metric
298211
number)2.36
Parts
595484
11553
51.54
45.9%
45.8%
45.6%
45.5%
45.4%
45.1%
44.9%
44.5%
44.4%
44.3%
44.1%
43.7%
42.9%
42.3%
42.2%
42.0%
41.2%
41.0%
40.9%
40.9%
40.5%
39.7%
39.1%
38.8%
38.8%
37.7%
37.5%
37.3%
36.0%
35.4%
35.2%
34.9%
33.7%
33.3%
33.2%
32.8%
32.7%
32.2%
31.9%
31.1%
30.5%
30.5%
29.5%
28.7%
28.1%
27.5%
26.8%
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 20% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
265
266
267
268
269
270
271
272
273
274
275
276
277
278
279
280
281
282
760820
030375
720826
240120
151319
540771
090412
390311
520299
380690
291735
854290
720299
720838
731815
760429
760200
731442
940370
200990
611190
291612
761490
080132
480100
520512
481950
151211
481720
390940
847990
620990
480220
400110
330129
200811
320412
630391
392119
520912
731511
480620
481820
480300
190230
551211
550510
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
FOB 2007
NTE after REACH
20%
Of aluminium alloys
218983
46734
4.69
26.6%
Dogfish and other sharks
8704
11105
0.78
26.4%
(1996-) Of a thickness of 3 mm or more but110028
less than 4.75
214479
mm
0.51
26.0%
Tobacco, partly or wholly stemmed/stripped
15985093 3771380
4.24
25.9%
Other
981257 1120979
0.88
25.4%
Unbleached or bleached
73796
11229
6.57
25.3%
Crushed or ground
38979
10520
3.71
24.7%
Expansible
85700
58200
1.47
24.6%
Other
1288949 1418963
0.91
24.3%
Other
49600
32000
1.55
24.3%
Phthalic anhydride
1276921 1059999
1.20
23.9%
Parts
3265989
17224
189.62
23.9%
Other
169409
113477
1.49
23.9%
(1996-) Of a thickness of 3 mm or more but635675
less than 4.75
1210809
mm
0.53
23.4%
Other screws and bolts, whether or not with
11345909
their nuts2497279
or washers 4.54
23.3%
Other
5164122 1100923
4.69
23.2%
Aluminium waste and scrap.
544333
350430
1.55
22.4%
Coated with plastics
33318
32946
1.01
22.4%
Furniture of plastics
1744513
378821
4.61
22.2%
Mixtures of juices
37695
44960
0.84
21.5%
Of other textile materials
3085297
117357
26.29
21.5%
Esters of acrylic acid
1210354
742120
1.63
21.2%
Other
361781
82014
4.41
21.0%
(1996-) Shelled
2288847
488620
4.68
20.7%
Newsprint, in rolls or sheets.
126250
250899
0.50
20.5%
Measuring less than 714.29 decitex but not472510
less than 232.56
175096
decitex (exceeding
2.70
14 metric number
20.0% but no
Other packing containers, including record sleeves
325060
124517
2.61
20.0%
Crude oil
285250
350000
0.82
19.9%
Letter cards, plain postcards and correspondence
380415cards 69176
5.50
19.7%
Phenolic resins
231840
156000
1.49
19.5%
Parts
566447
28158
20.12
18.7%
Of other textile materials
736710
35872
20.54
18.4%
Paper and paperboard of a kind used as a base
59361
for photosensitive,
54244
heatsensitive
1.09
or electrosensitive
18.4% pape
Natural rubber latex, whether or not prevulcanised
1529569
869709
1.76
18.1%
Other
24958002
760186
32.83
17.9%
Groundnuts
80253
44373
1.81
17.7%
Acid dyes, whether or not premetallised, and
2652062
preparations
321847
based thereon;
8.24 mordant dyes and
17.7%
preparatio
Of cotton
1153676
128266
8.99
16.5%
Of other plastics
93481
17561
5.32
15.9%
3thread or 4thread twill, including cross twill64103
20604
3.11
15.7%
Roller chain
74650
14002
5.33
15.2%
Greaseproof papers
71529
52389
1.37
15.1%
Handkerchiefs, cleansing or facial tissues and
343130
towels 199872
1.72
15.0%
Toilet or facial tissue stock, towel or napkin136433
stock and similar
115958paper of1.18
a kind used for household
15.0% or sanit
Other pasta
2753835 2092163
1.32
14.6%
Unbleached or bleached
193789
31145
6.22
14.5%
Of synthetic fibres
2184493 2279750
0.96
14.3%
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 20% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
290
291
292
293
294
295
296
297
298
299
300
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
318
319
320
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
329
830400
481190
170410
940320
940390
340600
853222
442110
180400
560811
291714
720917
190110
760711
560311
731021
720916
200830
391722
151329
090411
392111
847329
691490
732391
680229
320810
848410
382312
440910
121190
700600
700991
720825
151311
170211
390120
870891
821599
732310
851690
190590
521021
854430
140110
680690
720854
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
FOB 2007
NTE after REACH
20%
Filing cabinets, cardindex cabinets, paper trays,
112235
paper rests,
24220
pen trays,
4.63
officestamp stands and
14.3%
similar off
Other paper, paperboard, cellulose wadding 54367
and webs of27257
cellulose fibres
1.99
13.7%
Chewing gum, whether or not sugarcoated 75721
15848
4.78
13.4%
Other metal furniture
4970004 1179120
4.22
12.7%
Parts
3038876 1058594
2.87
12.6%
Candles, tapers and the like.
1191194
541413
2.20
12.4%
Aluminium electrolytic
4121471
225952
18.24
12.4%
Clothes hangers
108142
29531
3.66
12.2%
Cocoa butter, fat and oil.
1.06E+08 22893838
4.62
12.2%
Made up fishing nets
3330587
529841
6.29
11.7%
Maleic anhydride
376702
277000
1.36
11.6%
(1996-) Of a thickness of 0.5 mm or more but
423567
not exceeding
718093
1 mm 0.59
11.4%
Preparations for infant use, put up for retail sale
55742
15675
3.56
11.0%
Rolled but not further worked
52454
15949
3.29
11.0%
(1996-) Weighing not more than 25 g/m² 1242488
501586
2.48
10.9%
Cans which are to be closed by soldering or crimping
51133
24888
2.05
10.9%
(1996-) Of a thickness exceeding 1 mm but 424231
less than 3 mm
719415
0.59
10.8%
Citrus fruit
76990
91085
0.85
10.5%
Of polymers of propylene
8149270 2639808
3.09
10.1%
Other
34189567 39666862
0.86
10.0%
Neither crushed nor ground
25036238 6034045
4.15
9.9%
Of polymers of styrene
109841
39919
2.75
9.9%
Other
4918733
126872
38.77
9.8%
Other
1477597 1156942
1.28
9.5%
Of cast iron, not enamelled
301219
132273
2.28
8.9%
Other stone
3424306 6445692
0.53
8.6%
Based on polyesters
54972
18281
3.01
8.4%
Gaskets and similar joints of metal sheeting605610
combined with
28747
other material
21.07 or of two or more8.1%
layers of m
(1996-) Oleic acid
2804089 3260807
0.86
7.9%
Coniferous
88064
129545
0.68
7.5%
Other
733959
190111
3.86
7.5%
Glass of heading 70.03, 70.04 or 70.05, bent,
148191
edgeworked,
78023
engraved,1.90
drilled, enamelled or otherwise
7.4%
wo
Unframed
310483
269003
1.15
7.4%
(1996-) Of a thickness of 4.75 mm or more 188056
353690
0.53
7.3%
Crude oil
2.02E+08 2.81E+08
0.72
7.1%
(1996-) Containing by weight 99 % or more 282160
lactose, expressed
175000 as anhydrous
1.61 lactose, calculated
6.9%on the dr
Polyethylene having a specific gravity of 0.94
5665862
or more3994999
1.42
6.6%
Radiators
8457623
739713
11.43
6.5%
Other
4295771
431085
9.97
5.9%
Iron or steel wool; pot scourers and scouring
691051
or polishing
197392
pads, gloves3.50
and the like
5.8%
Parts
3155240
347349
9.08
5.8%
Other
882324
376257
2.35
5.6%
Plain weave
108308
13497
8.02
5.5%
Ignition wiring sets and other wiring sets of
1471703
a kind used113508
in vehicles, aircraft
12.97 or ships
5.5%
Bamboos
100405
67602
1.49
5.3%
Other
57256
56582
1.01
5.3%
(1996-) Of a thickness of less than 3 mm 170448
336402
0.51
5.0%
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 20% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
330
331
332
333
334
335
336
337
338
339
340
341
342
343
344
345
346
347
348
349
350
351
352
353
354
355
356
357
358
359
360
361
362
363
364
365
366
367
368
369
370
371
372
373
374
375
376
520624
853641
390330
830890
382311
381230
760612
030329
520922
151110
560314
720853
400122
390410
760611
390110
482110
390760
630491
180100
200799
381210
630419
701399
010110
030319
030419
030421
030422
030429
030499
060210
090611
090619
190531
190532
200929
200931
200941
220210
220290
220300
220820
251310
251620
293499
293920
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
FOB 2007
NTE after REACH
20%
Measuring less than 192.31 decitex but not less
48833
than 12517537
decitex (exceeding
2.78
52 metric number
4.9%but not e
For a voltage not exceeding 60 V
3320316
123739
26.83
4.8%
Acrylonitrilebutadienestyrene (ABS) copolymers
2415196 1396805
1.73
4.1%
Other, including parts
528574
45474
11.62
4.1%
(1996-) Stearic acid
7688351 9135256
0.84
3.5%
Antioxidising preparations and other compound
135471
stabilisers
58528
for rubber2.31
or plastics
3.5%
Of aluminium alloys
1225157
354654
3.45
3.2%
Other
1125182
533490
2.11
3.1%
3thread or 4thread twill, including cross twill
119098
17339
6.87
3.0%
Crude oil
7.09E+08 1.11E+09
0.64
2.9%
(1996-) Weighing more than 150 g/m²
283730
77248
3.67
2.8%
(1996-) Of a thickness of 3 mm or more but325117
less than 4.75
632050
mm
0.51
2.3%
Technically specified natural rubber (TSNR)
5.92E+08 2.92E+08
2.03
2.3%
Poly(vinyl chloride), not mixed with any other
401060
substances
442000
0.91
2.3%
Of aluminium, not alloyed
308695
92623
3.33
2.0%
Polyethylene having a specific gravity of less
2380109
than 0.941818682
1.31
1.8%
Printed
322327
83584
3.86
1.7%
Poly(ethylene terephthalate)
2906612 2307266
1.26
1.4%
Knitted or crocheted
938203
120584
7.78
1.0%
Cocoa beans, whole or broken, raw or roasted.
9069362 4819138
1.88
0.8%
Other
20927
25042
0.84
0.6%
Prepared rubber accelerators
56965
24200
2.35
0.4%
Other
619577
142400
4.35
0.3%
Other
1286559
538196
2.39
0.2%
(2002-) Purebred breeding animals
250530
69712
3.59
0.0%
(2002-) Other
95404
24100
3.96
0.0%
(2007-) (- Fresh or chilled:)-- Other
621343
163903
3.79
0.0%
(2007-) (- Frozen fillets:)-- Swordfish (Xiphias
171350
gladius) 53492
3.20
0.0%
(2007-) (- Frozen fillets:)-- Toothfish (Dissostichus
590590spp.)433202
1.36
0.0%
(2007-) (- Frozen fillets:)-- Other
9127432 3040109
3.00
0.0%
(2007-) (- Other:)-- Other
1309092 1470221
0.89
0.0%
Unrooted cuttings and slips
1061853
413543
2.57
0.0%
(2007-) (- Neither crushed nor ground:)-- Cinnamon
3589661 (Cinnamomum
4583582
zeylanicum
0.78
Blume)
0.0%
(2007-) (- Neither crushed nor ground:)-- Other
155339
274742
0.57
0.0%
(2002-) Sweet biscuits
45933
14891
3.08
0.0%
(2002-) Waffles and wafers
725402
274152
2.65
0.0%
(2002-) Other
126852
73243
1.73
0.0%
(2002-) Of a Brix value not exceeding 20
74208
103492
0.72
0.0%
(2002-) Of a Brix value not exceeding 20 7838342 10534902
0.74
0.0%
Waters, including mineral waters and aerated
76614
waters, containing
14845 added
5.16sugar or other sweetening
0.0% matte
Other
366248
92427
3.96
0.0%
Beer made from malt.
59756
68099
0.88
0.0%
Spirits obtained by distilling grape wine or grape
175812
marc 92960
1.89
0.0%
(2007-) - Pumice stone
2173
17304
0.13
0.0%
(2007-) - Sandstone
7770
11308
0.69
0.0%
(2002-) Other
4989786
662979
7.53
0.0%
(2007-) - Alkaloids of cinchona and their derivatives;
7860246 salts
111681
thereof 70.38
0.0%
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 20% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
377
378
379
380
381
382
383
384
385
386
387
388
389
390
391
392
393
394
395
396
397
398
399
400
401
402
403
404
405
406
407
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
417
418
419
420
421
422
423
380850
380891
381700
382561
392049
400921
400922
401031
401039
401110
401120
401140
401150
401161
401162
401163
401192
401199
401212
401310
401320
401390
410411
410419
410441
410449
410530
410712
410719
411310
411330
420211
420212
420219
420221
420222
420229
440210
440290
440725
440726
440729
440791
440795
440799
440921
440929
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
FOB 2007
NTE after REACH
20%
(2007-) - Goods specified in Subheading Note
9506558
1 to this Chapter
424418
22.40
0.0%
(2007-) (- Other:)-- Insecticides
385708
247621
1.56
0.0%
(2002-) Mixed alkylbenzenes and mixed alkylnaphthalenes,
1217676 1276820
other than
0.95
those of heading 27.07
0.0%
or 29.02.
(2002-) Mainly containing organic constituents
15476
78960
0.20
0.0%
(2002-) Other
108052
34422
3.14
0.0%
(2002-) Without fittings
1129874
631194
1.79
0.0%
(2002-) With fittings
155096
199280
0.78
0.0%
(2002-) Endless transmission belts of trapezoidal
3406108
crosssection
317680 (V belts),
10.72 Vribbed, of an outside
0.0%circumfe
(2002-) Other
1046155
150765
6.94
0.0%
Of a kind used on motor cars (including station
1.15E+08
wagons
39048187
and racing cars)
2.96
0.0%
Of a kind used on buses or lorries
966822
405760
2.38
0.0%
Of a kind used on motorcycles
1664974
576052
2.89
0.0%
Of a kind used on bicycles
36314492 6683689
5.43
0.0%
(2002-) Of a kind used on agricultural or forestry
3931982
vehicles
1654385
and machines
2.38
0.0%
(2002-) Of a kind used on construction or industrial
7298932 handling
3379414
vehicles2.16
and machines and having
0.0%
a rim size
(2002-) Of a kind used on construction or industrial
65445 handling
23796
vehicles2.75
and machines and having
0.0%
a rim size
(2002-) Of a kind used on agricultural or forestry
32993
vehicles11430
and machines
2.89
0.0%
Other
6605766 2353666
2.81
0.0%
(2002-) Of a kind used on buses or lorries 13317
16584
0.80
0.0%
Of a kind used on motor cars (including station
1021783
wagons356999
and racing cars),
2.86buses or lorries
0.0%
Of a kind used on bicycles
8894129 1736696
5.12
0.0%
Other
521945
188588
2.77
0.0%
(2002-) Full grains, unsplit; grain splits
356875
45424
7.86
0.0%
(2002-) Other
1512649
225466
6.71
0.0%
(2002-) Full grains, unsplit; grain splits
4102974
215762
19.02
0.0%
(2002-) Other
5531626
595152
9.29
0.0%
(2002-) In the dry state (crust)
3303333
108974
30.31
0.0%
(2002-) Grain splits
1439377
59672
24.12
0.0%
(2002-) Other
3749037
115740
32.39
0.0%
(2002-) Of goats or kids
1357511
65331
20.78
0.0%
(2002-) Of reptiles
614476
10272
59.82
0.0%
With outer surface of leather, of composition
1629715
leather or 93569
of patent leather
17.42
0.0%
With outer surface of plastics or of textile 6323546
materials 936772
6.75
0.0%
Other
402114
38508
10.44
0.0%
With outer surface of leather, of composition
6314150
leather or213923
of patent leather
29.52
0.0%
With outer surface of plastic sheeting or of4744586
textile materials
204620
23.19
0.0%
Other
771330
81124
9.51
0.0%
(2007-) - Of bamboo
605234 3765181
0.16
0.0%
(2007-) - Other
2229231 6854107
0.33
0.0%
(1996-) Dark Red Meranti, Light Red Meranti
9648458
and Meranti
4250480
Bakau
2.27
0.0%
(1996-) White Lauan, White Meranti, White Seraya,
42707 Yellow
33684
Meranti and
1.27Alan
0.0%
(1996-) Other
3554125 3736396
0.95
0.0%
Of oak (Quercus spp.)
53318
52681
1.01
0.0%
(2007-) (- Other:)-- Of ash (Fraxinus spp.)
7841
11692
0.67
0.0%
Other
555768
479941
1.16
0.0%
(2007-) (- Non-coniferous:)-- Of bamboo 158317
249191
0.64
0.0%
(2007-) (- Non-coniferous:)-- Other
1.52E+08 1.24E+08
1.23
0.0%
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 20% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
424
425
426
427
428
429
430
431
432
433
434
435
436
437
438
439
440
441
442
443
444
445
446
447
448
449
450
451
452
453
454
455
456
457
458
459
460
461
462
463
464
465
466
467
468
469
470
441114
441210
441231
441232
441239
441294
441510
441860
441871
441872
441879
460121
460122
460129
460192
460194
460211
460212
460219
480254
480255
480256
480257
480258
480262
480524
480591
481013
481019
481022
481092
482369
530500
540211
540219
540245
540246
540247
570190
570239
570242
570320
570330
570590
600290
600522
600532
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
FOB 2007
NTE after REACH
20%
(2007-) (- Medium density fibreboard (MDF):)-45935
Of a thickness
29947exceeding
1.539 mm
0.0%
(2007-) - Of bamboo
497723
377053
1.32
0.0%
(2007-) (- Other plywood, consisting solely
57957252
of sheets 57732531
of wood (other than
1.00 bamboo), each ply0.0%
not exceedi
(2007-) (- Other plywood, consisting solely of16488
sheets of wood
12980(other than
1.27 bamboo), each ply0.0%
not exceedi
(2007-) (- Other plywood, consisting solely
32218548
of sheets 29332250
of wood (other than
1.10 bamboo), each ply0.0%
not exceedi
(2007-) (- Other:)-- Blockboard, laminboard
77927869
and battenboard
46788531
1.67
0.0%
Cases, boxes, crates, drums and similar packings;
591578
cabledrums
533192
1.11
0.0%
(2007-) - Posts and beams
5111778 4452718
1.15
0.0%
(2007-) (- Assembled flooring panels:)-- For1980575
mosaic floors
1779896
1.11
0.0%
(2007-) (- Assembled flooring panels:)-- Other,
58962993
multilayer
28963458
2.04
0.0%
(2007-) (- Assembled flooring panels:)-- Other
37784699 19630250
1.92
0.0%
(2007-) (- Mats, matting and screens of vegetable
48737materials:)-29928 Of bamboo
1.63
0.0%
(2007-) (- Mats, matting and screens of vegetable
128613materials:)-43661 Of rattan
2.95
0.0%
(2007-) (- Mats, matting and screens of vegetable
599193materials:)-88489 Other6.77
0.0%
(2007-) (- Other:)-- Of bamboo
310333
49462
6.27
0.0%
(2007-) (- Other:)-- Of other vegetable materials
141461
31320
4.52
0.0%
(2007-) (- Of vegetable materials:)-- Of bamboo
3886793 2330771
1.67
0.0%
(2007-) (- Of vegetable materials:)-- Of rattan
8203168 3900444
2.10
0.0%
(2007-) (- Of vegetable materials:)-- Other1750786
689634
2.54
0.0%
(2002-) Weighing less than 40 g/m²
322062
341098
0.94
0.0%
(2002-) Weighing 40 g/m² or more but not
16830223
more than
21114337
150 g/m², in rolls
0.80
0.0%
(2002-) Weighing 40 g/m² or more but not
52485852
more than
66437781
150 g/m², in sheets
0.79 with one side not 0.0%
exceeding 43
(2002-) Other, weighing 40 g/m² or more55440243
but not more
65246842
than 150 g/m²
0.85
0.0%
(2002-) Weighing more than 150 g/m²
1125832 1219027
0.92
0.0%
(2002-) In sheets with one side not exceeding26604
435 mm and
32844
the other0.81
side not exceeding 2970.0%
mm in the u
(2002-) Weighing 150 g/m² or less
178037
247453
0.72
0.0%
(2002-) Weighing 150 g/m² or less
16327
16507
0.99
0.0%
(2002-) In rolls
21047231 24653940
0.85
0.0%
(2002-) Other
10490715 7642946
1.37
0.0%
(2002-) Lightweight coated paper
3514073 4500556
0.78
0.0%
(2002-) Multiply
111863
187820
0.60
0.0%
(2007-) (- Trays, dishes, plates, cups and the
4229234
like, of paper
1184562
or paperboard:)-3.57 Other
0.0%
(2007-) Coconut, abaca (Manila hemp or Musa
93566
textilis Nee),
54294
ramie and
1.72
other vegetable textile
0.0%
fibres, not
(2007-) (- High tenacity yarn of nylon or other33663
polyamides:)-20951Of aramids
1.61
0.0%
(2007-) (- High tenacity yarn of nylon or other
1951033
polyamides:)-654520Other 2.98
0.0%
(2007-) (- Other yarn, single, untwisted or 4061244
with a twist1098402
not exceeding 3.70
50 turns per metre:)-- Other,
0.0% of nyl
(2007-) (- Other yarn, single, untwisted or 4115419
with a twist2426387
not exceeding 1.70
50 turns per metre:)-- Other,
0.0% of pol
(2007-) (- Other yarn, single, untwisted or 2037556
with a twist1086209
not exceeding 1.88
50 turns per metre:)-- Other,
0.0% of pol
Of other textile materials
96449
33296
2.90
0.0%
Of other textile materials
72739
36525
1.99
0.0%
Of manmade textile materials
862698
108300
7.97
0.0%
Of nylon or other polyamides
100886
40698
2.48
0.0%
Of other manmade textile materials
79864
45293
1.76
0.0%
#N/A
79926
20449
3.91
0.0%
(2002-) Other
83317
10077
8.27
0.0%
(2002-) Dyed
76000
11200
6.79
0.0%
(2002-) Dyed
3920773
214747
18.26
0.0%
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 20% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
471
472
473
474
475
476
477
478
479
480
481
482
483
484
485
486
487
488
489
490
491
492
493
494
495
496
497
498
499
500
600533
600590
600622
600631
600690
610120
610130
610190
610220
610230
610290
610310
610322
610323
610329
610332
610333
610339
610342
610343
610349
610413
610419
610422
610432
610433
610439
610442
610443
610449
Deskripsi
(2002-) Of yarns of different colours
(2002-) Other
(2002-) Dyed
(2002-) Unbleached or bleached
(2002-) Other
Of cotton
Of man-made fibres
Of other textile materials
Of cotton
Of man-made fibres
Of other textile materials
(2007-) - Suits
Of cotton
Of synthetic fibres
Of other textile materials
Of cotton
Of synthetic fibres
Of other textile materials
Of cotton
Of synthetic fibres
Of other textile materials
Of synthetic fibres
Of other textile materials
Of cotton
Of cotton
Of synthetic fibres
Of other textile materials
Of cotton
Of synthetic fibres
Of other textile materials
N_2007
1352600
122785
88143
360095
10913933
1746363
10940356
8848927
2847407
1330411
8712673
115329
530050
166768
705660
1058819
330270
1299552
5389408
5755755
7483499
514576
2742106
2815899
523828
354292
2526931
2657916
2128474
1134319
Data
V_2007
809885
18415
18321
129308
2833241
94736
506568
595047
160270
74603
398726
18674
47834
16716
40474
55250
18364
80438
391764
413275
485736
43231
193150
169008
25817
24114
137510
155040
79863
53914
FOB 2007
1.67
6.67
4.81
2.78
3.85
18.43
21.60
14.87
17.77
17.83
21.85
6.18
11.08
9.98
17.43
19.16
17.98
16.16
13.76
13.93
15.41
11.90
14.20
16.66
20.29
14.69
18.38
17.14
26.65
21.04
NTE after REACH
20%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 30% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
251710
252100
251749
250840
680421
261800
310100
251511
251690
400219
440110
071410
251520
251741
510119
690490
282720
291529
491191
720390
560392
251400
230690
690100
720690
854449
283650
120720
290711
850519
720719
321519
680100
253090
630900
120890
720712
720450
030342
170111
240130
680292
080131
390920
391000
030380
140490
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
FOB 2007
NTE after REACH
30%
Pebbles, gravel, broken or crushed stone, of 97709
a kind commonly
144465used for
0.68
concrete aggregates,
9661.5%
for road me
Limestone flux; limestone and other calcareous
6079
stone, of22264
a kind used0.27
for the manufacture8523.1%
of lime or cem
Other
350358
380332
0.92
4682.6%
Other clays
1988
10572
0.19
4489.2%
Of agglomerated synthetic or natural diamond
3884081
39376
98.64
4124.0%
Granulated slag (slag sand) from the manufacture
500989of iron
952542
or steel. 0.53
2717.8%
Animal or vegetable fertilisers, whether or not
247141
mixed together
132799 or chemically
1.86
treated; fertilisers
2467.5%
produced
Crude or roughly trimmed
51065
18440
2.77
2372.5%
Other monumental or building stone
20507
29208
0.70
2308.8%
Other
356211
13192
27.00
1677.8%
Fuel wood, in logs, in billets, in twigs, in faggots
92342
or in similar
90840
forms 1.02
1647.5%
Manioc (cassava)
326438
130652
2.50
1627.1%
Ecaussine and other calcareous monumental35594
or building54334
stone; alabaster
0.66
1583.8%
Of marble
258406
244043
1.06
1578.6%
Other
251452
21007
11.97
1545.1%
Other
8154
11904
0.68
1170.3%
Calcium chloride
48081
24774
1.94
1133.2%
Other
791063
40535
19.52
1054.0%
Pictures, designs and photographs
202155
84051
2.41
1048.8%
Other
46876
12431
3.77
1013.3%
(1996-) Weighing more than 25 g/m² but not
930313
more than31289
70 g/m² 29.73
1007.4%
Slate, whether or not roughly trimmed or merely
11030cut, by21505
sawing or otherwise,
0.51
into blocks or
941.1%
slabs of a re
Other
219150
205500
1.07
913.0%
Bricks, blocks, tiles and other ceramic goods 36224
of siliceous 13727
fossil meals (for
2.64example, kieselguhr,
897.4%
tripolite or
Other
123471
51463
2.40
775.6%
Other
4590923
117318
39.13
718.5%
Calcium carbonate
2000
14080
0.14
687.8%
Cotton seeds
5805
10529
0.55
625.4%
Phenol (hydroxybenzene) and its salts
3218727
376678
8.55
614.7%
Other
758578
17730
42.78
578.8%
Other
72085
32709
2.20
564.9%
Other
10052123
348970
28.81
553.2%
Setts, curbstones and flagstones, of natural975737
stone (except
1074338
slate).
0.91
504.2%
Other
9183
41854
0.22
491.4%
Worn clothing and other worn articles. 2597209
749551
3.47
486.4%
Other
6650
20000
0.33
468.4%
Other, of rectangular (other than square) crosssection
110024
66103
1.66
461.3%
Remelting scrap ingots
109660
43920
2.50
457.8%
Yellowfin tunas (Thunnus albacares)
341070
48280
7.06
456.6%
Cane sugar
65876
23574
2.79
456.1%
Tobacco refuse
2041050
686892
2.97
445.0%
Other calcareous stone
55105
25993
2.12
390.8%
(1996-) In shell
141799
20266
7.00
389.1%
Melamine resins
32556
11521
2.83
386.6%
Silicones in primary forms.
479707
27936
17.17
382.2%
Livers and roes
272265
21100
12.90
361.1%
Other
605260
411982
1.47
356.1%
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 30% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
110620
853810
847340
050800
854420
270810
210120
441090
480439
392310
040410
701790
090121
240399
730429
843890
481110
330190
440810
854190
400130
482210
190219
121299
392010
870850
848299
400591
844849
180620
330290
420329
392113
170290
732620
190540
392390
730900
640610
300420
481920
721049
251512
140190
441011
660390
442190
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
FOB 2007
NTE after REACH
30%
Of sago or of roots or tubers of heading 07.14
10440
21801
0.48
345.5%
Boards, panels, consoles, desks, cabinets and
349618
other bases
14734
for the goods
23.73of heading 85.37, not
333.1%
equipped w
Parts and accessories of the machines of heading
141487684.72 10861
130.27
333.0%
Coral and similar materials, unworked or simply
272727
prepared
146905
but not otherwise
1.86 worked; shells315.4%
of molluscs,
Coaxial cable and other coaxial electric conductors
997012
36591
27.25
315.2%
Pitch
21700
20000
1.09
313.9%
Extracts, essences and concentrates, of tea 305266
or maté, and26244
preparations
11.63
with a basis of these305.2%
extracts, esse
Other
32930
23135
1.42
297.1%
Other
60096
21987
2.73
287.2%
Boxes, cases, crates and similar articles 8346819
864668
9.65
286.0%
Whey and modified whey, whether or not concentrated
19313
11000
or containing1.76
added sugar or other
258.8%
sweetening
Other
856412
24407
35.09
252.6%
Not decaffeinated
408772
29454
13.88
245.2%
Other
4446937
170944
26.01
240.4%
(1996-) Other
119205
21337
5.59
239.8%
Parts
3002177
44635
67.26
230.7%
Tarred, bituminised or asphalted paper and paperboard
18396
12437
1.48
226.2%
Other
946254
43417
21.79
225.7%
Coniferous
11092356 2740655
4.05
224.9%
Parts
3132350
15483
202.31
223.7%
Balata, gutta-percha, guayule, chicle and similar
95594
natural 17654
gums
5.41
219.9%
Of a kind used for winding textile yarn
632124
208906
3.03
217.5%
Other
976302
511004
1.91
216.5%
Other
359249
172985
2.08
213.8%
Of polymers of ethylene
2953861
757502
3.90
213.4%
Driveaxles with differential, whether or 31089438
not provided2020304
with other transmission
15.39
components
211.4%
Other
204085
11817
17.27
211.3%
Plates, sheets and strip
68783
15057
4.57
210.7%
Other
1322450
35933
36.80
206.9%
Other preparations in blocks, slabs or bars weighing
230017 more
40802
than 2 kg or
5.64
in liquid, paste, powder,
205.9%
granular
Other
373600
11116
33.61
204.9%
Other
497661
13149
37.85
204.3%
Of polyurethanes
544567
43238
12.59
202.6%
Other, including invert sugar and other sugar97949
and sugar syrup
55010blends 1.78
containing in the dry 200.6%
state 50 % by
Articles of iron or steel wire
50324
10450
4.82
198.7%
Rusks, toasted bread and similar toasted products
47072
11563
4.07
195.7%
Other
1120993
131191
8.54
193.1%
Reservoirs, tanks, vats and similar containers
276235
for any material
25420(other10.87
than compressed or liquefied
187.2% gas), o
Uppers and parts thereof, other than stiffeners
46522664 1251357
37.18
186.5%
Containing other antibiotics
4804807
19890
241.57
184.2%
Folding cartons, boxes and cases, of noncorrugated
222205 paper
51543
or paperboard
4.31
180.3%
Other
17730
20995
0.84
175.2%
Merely cut, by sawing or otherwise, into blocks
94590
or slabs163345
of a rectangular
0.58(including square)170.6%
shape
Other
1519736
517484
2.94
168.9%
(1996-2001, 2007-) Of wood :-- Waferboard,85882
including oriented
86765
0.99
167.6%
Other
38518
11741
3.28
165.5%
Other
1752886
745103
2.35
165.0%
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 30% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
200110
720230
110720
441850
440130
681099
390930
260300
380992
481910
200520
030624
071290
441840
560890
611430
750300
152000
071090
030614
853890
680210
390190
120220
690290
680223
730840
030510
200559
730890
732392
670490
260600
392030
090830
271290
030379
721041
481730
800110
551219
551349
482390
681599
441300
853620
230990
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
FOB 2007
NTE after REACH
30%
Cucumbers and gherkins
85116
56990
1.49
164.5%
Ferrosilicomanganese
18538
16100
1.15
162.9%
Roasted
32175
39000
0.83
161.1%
Shingles and shakes
38343
17248
2.22
161.0%
Sawdust and wood waste and scrap, whether
227499
or not agglomerated
1762099
in0.13
logs, briquettes, pellets
153.3%
or similar f
Other
704357
809456
0.87
147.0%
Other aminoresins
101360
25009
4.05
146.1%
Copper ores and concentrates.
1.18E+09 4.59E+08
2.58
142.9%
Of a kind used in the paper or like industries 36960
18902
1.96
142.5%
Cartons, boxes and cases, of corrugated paper
2132062
or paperboard
711236
3.00
137.5%
Potatoes
108484
44459
2.44
136.8%
Crabs
1966625
230754
8.52
136.5%
Other vegetables; mixtures of vegetables 294790
64544
4.57
134.4%
Shuttering for concrete constructional work219261
98684
2.22
124.2%
Other
109591
10567
10.37
124.0%
Of manmade fibres
723608
20873
34.67
121.3%
Nickel waste and scrap.
505864
31540
16.04
120.4%
(1996-) Glycerol, crude; glycerol waters and
1556829
glycerol lyes.
3076974
0.51
119.7%
Mixtures of vegetables
62183
34867
1.78
117.3%
Crabs
390315
35926
10.86
116.5%
Other
7239398
181134
39.97
116.4%
Tiles, cubes and similar articles, whether or769976
not rectangular
1524650
(including0.51
square), the largest 116.1%
surface area o
Other
41315
17065
2.42
114.4%
Shelled, whether or not broken
57527
32710
1.76
111.7%
Other
933278
432774
2.16
111.0%
Granite
260740
274369
0.95
110.9%
Equipment for scaffolding, shuttering, propping
64560
or pitpropping
21403
3.02
110.6%
Flours, meals and pellets of fish, fit for human
92599
consumption
12371
7.49
109.2%
Other
224298
153988
1.46
103.9%
Other
57304
18263
3.14
103.5%
Of cast iron, enamelled
485803
79840
6.08
103.2%
Of other materials
1840973
60883
30.24
100.2%
Aluminium ores and concentrates.
276965 2962200
0.09
98.3%
Of polymers of styrene
493975
115000
4.30
97.8%
Cardamoms
156315
20086
7.78
97.5%
Other
167903
141773
1.18
97.5%
Other
1893977
829725
2.28
97.4%
Corrugated
1100
11630
0.09
96.0%
Boxes, pouches, wallets and writing compendiums,
28382 of paper
10169
or paperboard,
2.79 containing an assortment
95.9%
of
Tin, not alloyed
8429662
571580
14.75
95.7%
Other
2668514
119637
22.31
94.6%
Other woven fabrics
447982
35705
12.55
92.2%
Other
1416778
550855
2.57
91.9%
Other
334914
325902
1.03
91.6%
Densified wood, in blocks, plates, strips or
30774658
profile shapes.
18657440
1.65
90.9%
Automatic circuit breakers
1921423
43614
44.06
90.6%
Other
216733
217449
1.00
90.3%
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 30% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
170230
080410
330749
290545
741999
350610
481840
840999
030613
560749
190420
670411
071331
090500
290516
640699
151710
761290
760429
540771
081330
390521
960630
200892
850990
293040
750110
520611
391590
320414
392069
401290
850490
681019
240120
480990
870870
091010
732690
270900
731210
840991
391729
481960
870893
830590
720918
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
FOB 2007
NTE after REACH
30%
Glucose and glucose syrup, not containing fructose
76334 or containing
144250 in the
0.53
dry state less than 20
90.0%
% by weigh
Dates
53250
15000
3.55
89.0%
Other
536243
69968
7.66
88.1%
(1996-) Glycerol
2203591 2089059
1.05
86.3%
Other
498949
25121
19.86
86.3%
Products suitable for use as glues or adhesives,
76708
put up for
11323
retail sale as
6.77
glues or adhesives, not
85.1%
exceeding
Sanitary towels and tampons, napkins and napkin
169610liners 29415
for babies and
5.77
similar sanitary articles
84.8%
Other
593608
35608
16.67
84.5%
Shrimps and prawns
1.38E+08 22613944
6.10
84.2%
Other
75384
44169
1.71
83.8%
(1996-) Prepared foods obtained from unroasted
81545cereal 31082
flakes or from
2.62
mixtures of unroasted
83.5%
cereal flake
Complete wigs
4209819
32580
129.21
83.1%
Beans of the species Vigna mungo (L.) Hepper
42132
or Vigna radiata
22899 (L.) Wilczek
1.84
81.8%
Vanilla.
1201791
83577
14.38
81.4%
Octanol (octyl alcohol) and isomers thereof
2806759 1750000
1.60
80.1%
Of other materials
1604358
86800
18.48
76.0%
Margarine, excluding liquid margarine
19476
21434
0.91
73.8%
Other
173400
24087
7.20
73.3%
Other
5164122 1100923
4.69
72.6%
Unbleached or bleached
73796
11229
6.57
72.3%
Apples
127648
69203
1.84
71.8%
(1996-) In aqueous dispersion
266383
153649
1.73
71.2%
Button moulds and other parts of buttons;1006458
button blanks41081
24.50
71.2%
Mixtures
13532
18445
0.73
69.3%
Parts
527876
39118
13.49
67.9%
Methionine
38868
15000
2.59
66.7%
Nickel mattes
84863456 8100884
10.48
65.2%
Measuring 714.29 decitex or more (not exceeding
14371414 metric
57414
number)2.50
64.9%
Of other plastics
1056072 1812645
0.58
64.1%
Direct dyes and preparations based thereon102004
18148
5.62
63.8%
Of other polyesters
6529093 2350653
2.78
63.7%
Other
147345
53772
2.74
62.4%
Parts
5905946
299586
19.71
61.8%
Other
286174 1068824
0.27
61.4%
Tobacco, partly or wholly stemmed/stripped
15985093 3771380
4.24
60.8%
Other
22805
18854
1.21
60.5%
Road wheels and parts and accessories thereof
26290071 5339997
4.92
60.3%
Ginger
261424
109377
2.39
59.9%
Other
1861345
410756
4.53
58.2%
Petroleum oils and oils obtained from bituminous
8000minerals,
64000
crude. 0.13
57.2%
Stranded wire, ropes and cables
1257803
437158
2.88
57.0%
Suitable for use solely or principally with 13253829
sparkignition internal
791007 combustion
16.76 piston engines 56.9%
Of other plastics
1433369
219131
6.54
56.7%
Box files, letter trays, storage boxes and similar
275752
articles, 75105
of a kind used
3.67
in offices, shops or the
55.8%
like
Clutches and parts thereof
133944
19399
6.90
55.8%
Other, including parts
37420
10536
3.55
55.3%
(1996-) Of a thickness of less than 0.5 mm 76822
129985
0.59
54.7%
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 30% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
080450
711311
481930
390690
480890
741012
701890
731442
520511
550110
853690
731290
440910
520513
630710
680291
830400
091030
290519
950661
151800
854890
720837
340290
200490
490199
761520
390730
520100
940190
520621
853710
392350
480220
440890
621220
732619
560311
481940
151319
081090
481950
283322
280300
200811
520622
380510
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
FOB 2007
NTE after REACH
30%
Guavas, mangoes and mangosteens
103699
54606
1.90
54.3%
Of silver, whether or not plated or clad with
8862949
other precious
28810
metal 307.63
54.3%
Sacks and bags, having a base of a width of4633846
40 cm or more
1809044
2.56
54.1%
Other
1939049
783761
2.47
53.7%
Other
57893
35220
1.64
53.5%
Of copper alloys
168548
18636
9.04
53.4%
Other
397240
30503
13.02
52.8%
Coated with plastics
33318
32946
1.01
52.5%
Measuring 714.29 decitex or more (not exceeding
70260414 metric
298211
number)2.36
52.5%
Of nylon or other polyamides
63366
17188
3.69
51.7%
Other apparatus
13471264
403617
33.38
51.2%
Other
18900
16314
1.16
49.3%
Coniferous
88064
129545
0.68
49.2%
Measuring less than 232.56 decitex but not902844
less than 192.31
234473
decitex (exceeding
3.85
43 metric number
48.9% but no
Floorcloths, dishcloths, dusters and similar cleaning
495972 cloths
72874
6.81
48.2%
Marble, travertine and alabaster
1559458 1231749
1.27
47.0%
Filing cabinets, cardindex cabinets, paper trays,
112235
paper rests,
24220
pen trays,
4.63
officestamp stands and
46.7%
similar off
Turmeric (curcuma)
52702
21763
2.42
46.2%
Other
3194165 1578080
2.02
46.0%
Lawn-tennis balls
2098686
431211
4.87
45.9%
Animal or vegetable fats and oils and their
10846094
fractions,13162915
boiled, oxidised,0.82
dehydrated, sulphurised,
45.7%
blown, po
(1996-) Other
589627
14857
39.69
45.3%
(1996-) Of a thickness of 4.75 mm or more but
52915
not exceeding
9798810 mm0.54
43.5%
Other
86039
54817
1.57
43.2%
Other vegetables and mixtures of vegetables
170568
88289
1.93
42.6%
Other
409743
52331
7.83
42.4%
Sanitary ware and parts thereof
150908
15414
9.79
42.0%
Epoxide resins
73313
19757
3.71
41.9%
Cotton, not carded or combed.
21710
22933
0.95
41.1%
Parts
17513516 1790331
9.78
40.9%
Measuring 714.29 decitex or more (not exceeding
6094414 metric
13084
number)4.66
40.3%
For a voltage not exceeding 1,000 V
1459975
21049
69.36
40.2%
Stoppers, lids, caps and other closures
462120
131242
3.52
39.6%
Paper and paperboard of a kind used as a base
59361
for photosensitive,
54244
heatsensitive
1.09
or electrosensitive
39.3% pape
Other
2977794
784343
3.80
39.2%
Girdles and pantygirdles
554308
10572
52.43
38.9%
Other
303221
87335
3.47
38.8%
(1996-) Weighing not more than 25 g/m² 1242488
501586
2.48
37.3%
Other sacks and bags, including cones
8528286 3015652
2.83
36.7%
Other
981257 1120979
0.88
36.7%
Other
66127
47190
1.40
35.7%
Other packing containers, including record sleeves
325060
124517
2.61
35.2%
Of aluminium
65000
500000
0.13
34.5%
Carbon (carbon blacks and other forms of carbon
38156not elsewhere
37000 specified
1.03 or included).
34.2%
Groundnuts
80253
44373
1.81
34.1%
Measuring less than 714.29 decitex but not
4602631
less than 232.56
1927358
decitex (exceeding
2.39
14 metric number
34.0% but no
Gum, wood or sulphate turpentine oils 1941373 2529301
0.77
33.9%
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 30% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
265
266
267
268
269
270
271
272
273
274
275
276
277
278
279
280
281
282
621600
870880
330690
720839
170410
520512
630391
720299
080132
441400
761490
160420
760820
721070
090412
140420
551211
731815
320411
847590
030375
060390
760200
481720
420321
854290
481830
071190
291612
340211
611190
720838
130239
720826
847329
722850
442110
940330
481190
732391
480300
200990
520299
151329
961210
380690
340220
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
FOB 2007
NTE after REACH
30%
Gloves, mittens and mitts.
5446107
161595
33.70
33.5%
Suspension shockabsorbers
145127
18177
7.98
33.5%
Other
136552
38386
3.56
32.9%
(1996-) Of a thickness of less than 3 mm 264426
510548
0.52
32.6%
Chewing gum, whether or not sugarcoated 75721
15848
4.78
32.6%
Measuring less than 714.29 decitex but not472510
less than 232.56
175096
decitex (exceeding
2.70
14 metric number
32.2% but no
Of cotton
1153676
128266
8.99
31.7%
Other
169409
113477
1.49
31.3%
(1996-) Shelled
2288847
488620
4.68
31.2%
Wooden frames for paintings, photographs,
7214246
mirrors or3251273
similar objects.
2.22
31.2%
Other
361781
82014
4.41
30.5%
Other prepared or preserved fish
67430
19560
3.45
29.5%
Of aluminium alloys
218983
46734
4.69
29.0%
Painted, varnished or coated with plastics 20737
26348
0.79
29.0%
Crushed or ground
38979
10520
3.71
28.9%
Cotton linters
17402
41337
0.42
28.5%
Unbleached or bleached
193789
31145
6.22
28.4%
Other screws and bolts, whether or not with
11345909
their nuts2497279
or washers 4.54
28.4%
Disperse dyes and preparations based thereon
8830358 1501638
5.88
27.8%
Parts
595484
11553
51.54
27.1%
Dogfish and other sharks
8704
11105
0.78
26.7%
Other
121406
18040
6.73
26.6%
Aluminium waste and scrap.
544333
350430
1.55
24.6%
Letter cards, plain postcards and correspondence
380415cards 69176
5.50
24.5%
Specially designed for use in sports
5657318
126708
44.65
24.4%
Parts
3265989
17224
189.62
24.2%
Tablecloths and serviettes
57373
26097
2.20
24.1%
Other vegetables; mixtures of vegetables 10990
17399
0.63
24.0%
Esters of acrylic acid
1210354
742120
1.63
23.8%
Anionic
1168807
882779
1.32
23.7%
Of other textile materials
3085297
117357
26.29
23.1%
(1996-) Of a thickness of 3 mm or more but635675
less than 4.75
1210809
mm
0.53
22.7%
Other
6030400 1124040
5.36
22.7%
(1996-) Of a thickness of 3 mm or more but110028
less than 4.75
214479
mm
0.51
22.3%
Other
4918733
126872
38.77
22.2%
Other bars and rods, not further worked than30945
coldformed
21981
or coldfinished
1.41
22.0%
Clothes hangers
108142
29531
3.66
21.9%
Wooden furniture of a kind used in offices
12240454 5874672
2.08
21.5%
Other paper, paperboard, cellulose wadding 54367
and webs of27257
cellulose fibres
1.99
20.6%
Of cast iron, not enamelled
301219
132273
2.28
20.5%
Toilet or facial tissue stock, towel or napkin136433
stock and similar
115958paper of1.18
a kind used for household
20.5%or sanit
Mixtures of juices
37695
44960
0.84
20.5%
Other
1288949 1418963
0.91
20.3%
Other
34189567 39666862
0.86
20.0%
Ribbons
1222507
45312
26.98
19.9%
Other
49600
32000
1.55
19.6%
Preparations put up for retail sale
136809
188992
0.72
19.5%
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 30% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
290
291
292
293
294
295
296
297
298
299
300
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
318
319
320
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
329
760711
870891
392119
291735
190230
390311
732310
851690
821599
940370
170211
330129
292390
180400
480100
390940
550510
030749
940381
340600
960321
400110
853222
620990
847990
630493
320412
680229
151211
282612
560811
160520
391722
853650
700991
390120
731511
200819
481820
520912
480620
630239
940429
200899
691490
521021
291714
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
FOB 2007
NTE after REACH
30%
Rolled but not further worked
52454
15949
3.29
18.7%
Radiators
8457623
739713
11.43
18.5%
Of other plastics
93481
17561
5.32
18.5%
Phthalic anhydride
1276921 1059999
1.20
18.2%
Other pasta
2753835 2092163
1.32
18.1%
Expansible
85700
58200
1.47
18.1%
Iron or steel wool; pot scourers and scouring
691051
or polishing
197392
pads, gloves3.50
and the like
17.8%
Parts
3155240
347349
9.08
17.8%
Other
4295771
431085
9.97
17.8%
Furniture of plastics
1744513
378821
4.61
17.7%
(1996-) Containing by weight 99 % or more 282160
lactose, expressed
175000 as anhydrous
1.61 lactose, calculated
17.6%
on the dr
Other
24958002
760186
32.83
16.8%
Other
43537
25162
1.73
16.6%
Cocoa butter, fat and oil.
1.06E+08 22893838
4.62
16.1%
Newsprint, in rolls or sheets.
126250
250899
0.50
15.9%
Phenolic resins
231840
156000
1.49
15.9%
Of synthetic fibres
2184493 2279750
0.96
15.2%
Other
9532171 3653085
2.61
14.8%
(2007-) (- Furniture of other materials, including
72700621
cane,
29568015
osier, bamboo2.46
or similar materials:)--14.8%
Of bamboo
Candles, tapers and the like.
1191194
541413
2.20
14.7%
Tooth brushes, including dental-plate brushes
45180
20681
2.18
14.5%
Natural rubber latex, whether or not prevulcanised
1529569
869709
1.76
13.8%
Aluminium electrolytic
4121471
225952
18.24
13.6%
Of other textile materials
736710
35872
20.54
13.4%
Parts
566447
28158
20.12
12.7%
Not knitted or crocheted, of synthetic fibres
1216086
209000
5.82
12.7%
Acid dyes, whether or not premetallised, and
2652062
preparations
321847
based thereon;
8.24 mordant dyes and
12.7%
preparatio
Other stone
3424306 6445692
0.53
12.6%
Crude oil
285250
350000
0.82
12.3%
Of aluminium
910000 1000000
0.91
11.6%
Made up fishing nets
3330587
529841
6.29
11.6%
Shrimps and prawns
30011160 4341629
6.91
11.5%
Of polymers of propylene
8149270 2639808
3.09
11.2%
Other switches
86656230 2544354
34.06
10.9%
Unframed
310483
269003
1.15
10.9%
Polyethylene having a specific gravity of 0.94
5665862
or more3994999
1.42
10.7%
Roller chain
74650
14002
5.33
10.5%
Other, including mixtures
22294
11850
1.88
10.3%
Handkerchiefs, cleansing or facial tissues and
343130
towels 199872
1.72
10.3%
3thread or 4thread twill, including cross twill64103
20604
3.11
10.3%
Greaseproof papers
71529
52389
1.37
10.1%
Of other textile materials
1665372
179063
9.30
9.7%
Of other materials
342453
108063
3.17
9.4%
Other
269561
430478
0.63
9.4%
Other
1477597 1156942
1.28
9.2%
Plain weave
108308
13497
8.02
9.2%
Maleic anhydride
376702
277000
1.36
9.1%
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 30% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
330
331
332
333
334
335
336
337
338
339
340
341
342
343
344
345
346
347
348
349
350
351
352
353
354
355
356
357
358
359
360
361
362
363
364
365
366
367
368
369
370
371
372
373
374
375
376
200830
940390
190110
691190
320810
630140
392020
940320
720917
720916
731021
950670
382312
090411
950300
730719
340219
400700
151790
940350
151311
960810
870810
700600
370790
961310
392111
720825
940179
848410
960340
940180
121190
940340
950430
960910
291611
190590
720890
392490
240110
590320
392690
380590
291736
854430
140110
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
FOB 2007
NTE after REACH
30%
Citrus fruit
76990
91085
0.85
9.1%
Parts
3038876 1058594
2.87
8.9%
Preparations for infant use, put up for retail sale
55742
15675
3.56
8.2%
Other
341257
103813
3.29
7.7%
Based on polyesters
54972
18281
3.01
7.5%
Blankets (other than electric blankets) and travelling
724445 rugs,
174885
of synthetic
4.14
fibres
7.4%
Of polymers of propylene
6302847 2529328
2.49
7.2%
Other metal furniture
4970004 1179120
4.22
7.2%
(1996-) Of a thickness of 0.5 mm or more but
423567
not exceeding
718093
1 mm 0.59
6.9%
(1996-) Of a thickness exceeding 1 mm but 424231
less than 3 mm
719415
0.59
6.9%
Cans which are to be closed by soldering or crimping
51133
24888
2.05
6.7%
Ice skates and roller skates, including skating
1708320
boots with
143801
skates attached
11.88
6.7%
(1996-) Oleic acid
2804089 3260807
0.86
6.3%
Neither crushed nor ground
25036238 6034045
4.15
6.3%
(2007-) Tricycles, scooters, pedal cars and54906542
similar wheeled
7307684
toys; dolls'7.51
carriages; dolls; other toys;
6.2% reduce
Other
2335878
614521
3.80
6.2%
Other
50000
50000
1.00
6.2%
Vulcanised rubber thread and cord.
107573
35376
3.04
6.1%
Other
8884974 8757166
1.01
5.9%
Wooden furniture of a kind used in the bedroom
19389886 8039381
2.41
5.8%
Crude oil
2.02E+08 2.81E+08
0.72
5.8%
Ball point pens
854871
54594
15.66
5.6%
Bumpers and parts thereof
3136064
486892
6.44
5.5%
Glass of heading 70.03, 70.04 or 70.05, bent,
148191
edgeworked,
78023
engraved,1.90
drilled, enamelled or otherwise
5.4%
wo
Other
76475
11298
6.77
5.2%
Pocket lighters, gas fuelled, nonrefillable 4645520 1221799
3.80
5.1%
Of polymers of styrene
109841
39919
2.75
5.1%
(1996-) Of a thickness of 4.75 mm or more 188056
353690
0.53
4.6%
Other
25094325 7046028
3.56
3.1%
Gaskets and similar joints of metal sheeting605610
combined with
28747
other material
21.07 or of two or more2.9%
layers of m
- Paint, distemper, varnish or similar brushes
1218304
(other than
249540
brushes of subheading
4.88
9603.30); paint
2.5%pads and
Other seats
76452662 28805317
2.65
2.4%
Other
733959
190111
3.86
2.3%
Wooden furniture of a kind used in the kitchen
1731751
789014
2.19
2.2%
Other games, operated by coins, banknotes
2003788
(paper currency),
193367discs or
10.36
other similar articles, other
2.1% than b
Pencils and crayons, with leads encased in
11581767
a rigid sheath
1520489
7.62
2.1%
Acrylic acid and its salts
33197496 28583915
1.16
1.9%
Other
882324
376257
2.35
1.7%
Other
57957085 80720504
0.72
1.7%
Other
2230714
711452
3.14
1.4%
Tobacco, not stemmed/stripped
25078011 8015764
3.13
1.0%
With polyurethane
800892
72895
10.99
1.0%
Other
8577942 2624052
3.27
0.9%
Other
51498
66152
0.78
0.4%
Terephthalic acid and its salts
25213224 30289020
0.83
0.1%
Ignition wiring sets and other wiring sets of
1471703
a kind used113508
in vehicles, aircraft
12.97 or ships
0.0%
Bamboos
100405
67602
1.49
0.0%
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 30% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
377
378
379
380
381
382
383
384
385
386
387
388
389
390
391
392
393
394
395
396
397
398
399
400
401
402
403
404
405
406
407
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
417
418
419
420
421
422
423
680690
720854
520624
853641
390330
830890
382311
381230
760612
030329
520922
151110
560314
720853
400122
390410
760611
390110
482110
390760
630491
180100
200799
381210
630419
701399
010110
030319
030419
030421
030422
030429
030499
060210
090611
090619
190531
190532
200929
200931
200941
220210
220290
220300
220820
251310
251620
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
FOB 2007
NTE after REACH
30%
Other
57256
56582
1.01
0.0%
(1996-) Of a thickness of less than 3 mm 170448
336402
0.51
0.0%
Measuring less than 192.31 decitex but not less
48833
than 12517537
decitex (exceeding
2.78
52 metric number
0.0%
but not e
For a voltage not exceeding 60 V
3320316
123739
26.83
0.0%
Acrylonitrilebutadienestyrene (ABS) copolymers
2415196 1396805
1.73
0.0%
Other, including parts
528574
45474
11.62
0.0%
(1996-) Stearic acid
7688351 9135256
0.84
0.0%
Antioxidising preparations and other compound
135471
stabilisers
58528
for rubber2.31
or plastics
0.0%
Of aluminium alloys
1225157
354654
3.45
0.0%
Other
1125182
533490
2.11
0.0%
3thread or 4thread twill, including cross twill
119098
17339
6.87
0.0%
Crude oil
7.09E+08 1.11E+09
0.64
0.0%
(1996-) Weighing more than 150 g/m²
283730
77248
3.67
0.0%
(1996-) Of a thickness of 3 mm or more but325117
less than 4.75
632050
mm
0.51
0.0%
Technically specified natural rubber (TSNR)
5.92E+08 2.92E+08
2.03
0.0%
Poly(vinyl chloride), not mixed with any other
401060
substances
442000
0.91
0.0%
Of aluminium, not alloyed
308695
92623
3.33
0.0%
Polyethylene having a specific gravity of less
2380109
than 0.941818682
1.31
0.0%
Printed
322327
83584
3.86
0.0%
Poly(ethylene terephthalate)
2906612 2307266
1.26
0.0%
Knitted or crocheted
938203
120584
7.78
0.0%
Cocoa beans, whole or broken, raw or roasted.
9069362 4819138
1.88
0.0%
Other
20927
25042
0.84
0.0%
Prepared rubber accelerators
56965
24200
2.35
0.0%
Other
619577
142400
4.35
0.0%
Other
1286559
538196
2.39
0.0%
(2002-) Purebred breeding animals
250530
69712
3.59
0.0%
(2002-) Other
95404
24100
3.96
0.0%
(2007-) (- Fresh or chilled:)-- Other
621343
163903
3.79
0.0%
(2007-) (- Frozen fillets:)-- Swordfish (Xiphias
171350
gladius) 53492
3.20
0.0%
(2007-) (- Frozen fillets:)-- Toothfish (Dissostichus
590590spp.)433202
1.36
0.0%
(2007-) (- Frozen fillets:)-- Other
9127432 3040109
3.00
0.0%
(2007-) (- Other:)-- Other
1309092 1470221
0.89
0.0%
Unrooted cuttings and slips
1061853
413543
2.57
0.0%
(2007-) (- Neither crushed nor ground:)-- Cinnamon
3589661 (Cinnamomum
4583582
zeylanicum
0.78
Blume)
0.0%
(2007-) (- Neither crushed nor ground:)-- Other
155339
274742
0.57
0.0%
(2002-) Sweet biscuits
45933
14891
3.08
0.0%
(2002-) Waffles and wafers
725402
274152
2.65
0.0%
(2002-) Other
126852
73243
1.73
0.0%
(2002-) Of a Brix value not exceeding 20
74208
103492
0.72
0.0%
(2002-) Of a Brix value not exceeding 20 7838342 10534902
0.74
0.0%
Waters, including mineral waters and aerated
76614
waters, containing
14845 added
5.16sugar or other sweetening
0.0% matte
Other
366248
92427
3.96
0.0%
Beer made from malt.
59756
68099
0.88
0.0%
Spirits obtained by distilling grape wine or grape
175812
marc 92960
1.89
0.0%
(2007-) - Pumice stone
2173
17304
0.13
0.0%
(2007-) - Sandstone
7770
11308
0.69
0.0%
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 30% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
424
425
426
427
428
429
430
431
432
433
434
435
436
437
438
439
440
441
442
443
444
445
446
447
448
449
450
451
452
453
454
455
456
457
458
459
460
461
462
463
464
465
466
467
468
469
470
293499
293920
380850
380891
381700
382561
392049
400921
400922
401031
401039
401110
401120
401140
401150
401161
401162
401163
401192
401199
401212
401310
401320
401390
410411
410419
410441
410449
410530
410712
410719
411310
411330
420211
420212
420219
420221
420222
420229
440210
440290
440725
440726
440729
440791
440795
440799
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
FOB 2007
NTE after REACH
30%
(2002-) Other
4989786
662979
7.53
0.0%
(2007-) - Alkaloids of cinchona and their derivatives;
7860246 salts
111681
thereof 70.38
0.0%
(2007-) - Goods specified in Subheading Note
9506558
1 to this Chapter
424418
22.40
0.0%
(2007-) (- Other:)-- Insecticides
385708
247621
1.56
0.0%
(2002-) Mixed alkylbenzenes and mixed alkylnaphthalenes,
1217676 1276820
other than
0.95
those of heading 27.07
0.0%
or 29.02.
(2002-) Mainly containing organic constituents
15476
78960
0.20
0.0%
(2002-) Other
108052
34422
3.14
0.0%
(2002-) Without fittings
1129874
631194
1.79
0.0%
(2002-) With fittings
155096
199280
0.78
0.0%
(2002-) Endless transmission belts of trapezoidal
3406108
crosssection
317680 (V belts),
10.72 Vribbed, of an outside
0.0%circumfe
(2002-) Other
1046155
150765
6.94
0.0%
Of a kind used on motor cars (including station
1.15E+08
wagons
39048187
and racing cars)
2.96
0.0%
Of a kind used on buses or lorries
966822
405760
2.38
0.0%
Of a kind used on motorcycles
1664974
576052
2.89
0.0%
Of a kind used on bicycles
36314492 6683689
5.43
0.0%
(2002-) Of a kind used on agricultural or forestry
3931982
vehicles
1654385
and machines
2.38
0.0%
(2002-) Of a kind used on construction or industrial
7298932 handling
3379414
vehicles2.16
and machines and having
0.0%
a rim size
(2002-) Of a kind used on construction or industrial
65445 handling
23796
vehicles2.75
and machines and having
0.0%
a rim size
(2002-) Of a kind used on agricultural or forestry
32993
vehicles11430
and machines
2.89
0.0%
Other
6605766 2353666
2.81
0.0%
(2002-) Of a kind used on buses or lorries 13317
16584
0.80
0.0%
Of a kind used on motor cars (including station
1021783
wagons356999
and racing cars),
2.86buses or lorries
0.0%
Of a kind used on bicycles
8894129 1736696
5.12
0.0%
Other
521945
188588
2.77
0.0%
(2002-) Full grains, unsplit; grain splits
356875
45424
7.86
0.0%
(2002-) Other
1512649
225466
6.71
0.0%
(2002-) Full grains, unsplit; grain splits
4102974
215762
19.02
0.0%
(2002-) Other
5531626
595152
9.29
0.0%
(2002-) In the dry state (crust)
3303333
108974
30.31
0.0%
(2002-) Grain splits
1439377
59672
24.12
0.0%
(2002-) Other
3749037
115740
32.39
0.0%
(2002-) Of goats or kids
1357511
65331
20.78
0.0%
(2002-) Of reptiles
614476
10272
59.82
0.0%
With outer surface of leather, of composition
1629715
leather or 93569
of patent leather
17.42
0.0%
With outer surface of plastics or of textile 6323546
materials 936772
6.75
0.0%
Other
402114
38508
10.44
0.0%
With outer surface of leather, of composition
6314150
leather or213923
of patent leather
29.52
0.0%
With outer surface of plastic sheeting or of4744586
textile materials
204620
23.19
0.0%
Other
771330
81124
9.51
0.0%
(2007-) - Of bamboo
605234 3765181
0.16
0.0%
(2007-) - Other
2229231 6854107
0.33
0.0%
(1996-) Dark Red Meranti, Light Red Meranti
9648458
and Meranti
4250480
Bakau
2.27
0.0%
(1996-) White Lauan, White Meranti, White Seraya,
42707 Yellow
33684
Meranti and
1.27Alan
0.0%
(1996-) Other
3554125 3736396
0.95
0.0%
Of oak (Quercus spp.)
53318
52681
1.01
0.0%
(2007-) (- Other:)-- Of ash (Fraxinus spp.)
7841
11692
0.67
0.0%
Other
555768
479941
1.16
0.0%
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 30% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
471
472
473
474
475
476
477
478
479
480
481
482
483
484
485
486
487
488
489
490
491
492
493
494
495
496
497
498
499
500
440921
440929
441114
441210
441231
441232
441239
441294
441510
441860
441871
441872
441879
460121
460122
460129
460192
460194
460211
460212
460219
480254
480255
480256
480257
480258
480262
480524
480591
481013
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
FOB 2007
NTE after REACH
30%
(2007-) (- Non-coniferous:)-- Of bamboo 158317
249191
0.64
0.0%
(2007-) (- Non-coniferous:)-- Other
1.52E+08 1.24E+08
1.23
0.0%
(2007-) (- Medium density fibreboard (MDF):)-45935
Of a thickness
29947exceeding
1.539 mm
0.0%
(2007-) - Of bamboo
497723
377053
1.32
0.0%
(2007-) (- Other plywood, consisting solely
57957252
of sheets 57732531
of wood (other than
1.00 bamboo), each ply 0.0%
not exceedi
(2007-) (- Other plywood, consisting solely of16488
sheets of wood
12980(other than
1.27 bamboo), each ply 0.0%
not exceedi
(2007-) (- Other plywood, consisting solely
32218548
of sheets 29332250
of wood (other than
1.10 bamboo), each ply 0.0%
not exceedi
(2007-) (- Other:)-- Blockboard, laminboard
77927869
and battenboard
46788531
1.67
0.0%
Cases, boxes, crates, drums and similar packings;
591578
cabledrums
533192
1.11
0.0%
(2007-) - Posts and beams
5111778 4452718
1.15
0.0%
(2007-) (- Assembled flooring panels:)-- For1980575
mosaic floors
1779896
1.11
0.0%
(2007-) (- Assembled flooring panels:)-- Other,
58962993
multilayer
28963458
2.04
0.0%
(2007-) (- Assembled flooring panels:)-- Other
37784699 19630250
1.92
0.0%
(2007-) (- Mats, matting and screens of vegetable
48737materials:)-29928 Of bamboo
1.63
0.0%
(2007-) (- Mats, matting and screens of vegetable
128613materials:)-43661 Of rattan
2.95
0.0%
(2007-) (- Mats, matting and screens of vegetable
599193materials:)-88489 Other6.77
0.0%
(2007-) (- Other:)-- Of bamboo
310333
49462
6.27
0.0%
(2007-) (- Other:)-- Of other vegetable materials
141461
31320
4.52
0.0%
(2007-) (- Of vegetable materials:)-- Of bamboo
3886793 2330771
1.67
0.0%
(2007-) (- Of vegetable materials:)-- Of rattan
8203168 3900444
2.10
0.0%
(2007-) (- Of vegetable materials:)-- Other1750786
689634
2.54
0.0%
(2002-) Weighing less than 40 g/m²
322062
341098
0.94
0.0%
(2002-) Weighing 40 g/m² or more but not
16830223
more than
21114337
150 g/m², in rolls
0.80
0.0%
(2002-) Weighing 40 g/m² or more but not
52485852
more than
66437781
150 g/m², in sheets
0.79 with one side not exceeding
0.0%
43
(2002-) Other, weighing 40 g/m² or more55440243
but not more
65246842
than 150 g/m²
0.85
0.0%
(2002-) Weighing more than 150 g/m²
1125832 1219027
0.92
0.0%
(2002-) In sheets with one side not exceeding26604
435 mm and
32844
the other0.81
side not exceeding 297 0.0%
mm in the u
(2002-) Weighing 150 g/m² or less
178037
247453
0.72
0.0%
(2002-) Weighing 150 g/m² or less
16327
16507
0.99
0.0%
(2002-) In rolls
21047231 24653940
0.85
0.0%
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 100% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
252100
251710
680421
251749
250840
261800
310100
251690
251511
510119
440110
251520
400219
071410
291529
282720
251741
120720
720390
690490
283650
491191
251400
560392
720712
321519
230690
391000
690100
720690
854449
290711
854420
680100
850519
170111
253090
720719
630900
030342
080131
390920
120890
240130
480439
270810
720450
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
NTE after REACH
FOB 2007
100%
Limestone flux; limestone and other calcareous
6079
stone, of22264
a kind used0.27
for the manufacture
10807.4%
of lime or cem
Pebbles, gravel, broken or crushed stone, of 97709
a kind commonly
144465used for
0.68
concrete aggregates,
9028.8%for road me
Of agglomerated synthetic or natural diamond
3884081
39376
98.64
5111.3%
Other
350358
380332
0.92
4787.7%
Other clays
1988
10572
0.19
4127.9%
Granulated slag (slag sand) from the manufacture
500989of iron
952542
or steel. 0.53
2761.6%
Animal or vegetable fertilisers, whether or not
247141
mixed together
132799 or chemically
1.86
treated;2546.2%
fertilisers produced
Other monumental or building stone
20507
29208
0.70
2500.8%
Crude or roughly trimmed
51065
18440
2.77
2489.8%
Other
251452
21007
11.97
1768.9%
Fuel wood, in logs, in billets, in twigs, in faggots
92342
or in similar
90840
forms 1.02
1721.2%
Ecaussine and other calcareous monumental35594
or building54334
stone; alabaster
0.66
1693.7%
Other
356211
13192
27.00
1643.4%
Manioc (cassava)
326438
130652
2.50
1628.3%
Other
791063
40535
19.52
1619.9%
Calcium chloride
48081
24774
1.94
1194.1%
Of marble
258406
244043
1.06
1175.8%
Cotton seeds
5805
10529
0.55
1157.4%
Other
46876
12431
3.77
1106.6%
Other
8154
11904
0.68
1069.0%
Calcium carbonate
2000
14080
0.14
1064.5%
Pictures, designs and photographs
202155
84051
2.41
1029.5%
Slate, whether or not roughly trimmed or merely
11030cut, by21505
sawing or otherwise,
0.51
into blocks
956.3%
or slabs of a re
(1996-) Weighing more than 25 g/m² but not
930313
more than31289
70 g/m² 29.73
947.0%
Other, of rectangular (other than square) crosssection
110024
66103
1.66
851.8%
Other
10052123
348970
28.81
801.2%
Other
219150
205500
1.07
690.1%
Silicones in primary forms.
479707
27936
17.17
641.6%
Bricks, blocks, tiles and other ceramic goods 36224
of siliceous 13727
fossil meals (for
2.64example, kieselguhr,
628.7% tripolite or
Other
123471
51463
2.40
617.4%
Other
4590923
117318
39.13
579.5%
Phenol (hydroxybenzene) and its salts
3218727
376678
8.55
567.9%
Coaxial cable and other coaxial electric conductors
997012
36591
27.25
513.8%
Setts, curbstones and flagstones, of natural975737
stone (except
1074338
slate).
0.91
509.7%
Other
758578
17730
42.78
505.4%
Cane sugar
65876
23574
2.79
496.6%
Other
9183
41854
0.22
494.0%
Other
72085
32709
2.20
493.5%
Worn clothing and other worn articles. 2597209
749551
3.47
470.1%
Yellowfin tunas (Thunnus albacares)
341070
48280
7.06
469.8%
(1996-) In shell
141799
20266
7.00
457.8%
Melamine resins
32556
11521
2.83
407.2%
Other
6650
20000
0.33
394.3%
Tobacco refuse
2041050
686892
2.97
392.6%
Other
60096
21987
2.73
391.6%
Pitch
21700
20000
1.09
389.9%
Remelting scrap ingots
109660
43920
2.50
388.8%
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 100% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
330190
680292
140490
030380
110620
847340
050800
392310
853810
210120
090121
441090
481110
040410
701790
190219
200110
190540
440130
180620
440810
420329
843890
240399
640610
392390
481920
730429
854190
121299
441840
392010
400130
870850
482210
848299
721049
844849
720230
400591
390930
330290
390190
071290
730900
441011
732620
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
NTE after REACH
FOB 2007
100%
Other
946254
43417
21.79
349.4%
Other calcareous stone
55105
25993
2.12
346.6%
Other
605260
411982
1.47
337.3%
Livers and roes
272265
21100
12.90
334.5%
Of sago or of roots or tubers of heading 07.14
10440
21801
0.48
319.7%
Parts and accessories of the machines of heading
141487684.72 10861
130.27
317.9%
Coral and similar materials, unworked or simply
272727
prepared
146905
but not otherwise
1.86 worked; shells
310.1%
of molluscs,
Boxes, cases, crates and similar articles 8346819
864668
9.65
303.6%
Boards, panels, consoles, desks, cabinets and
349618
other bases
14734
for the goods
23.73of heading 85.37,
297.5%
not equipped w
Extracts, essences and concentrates, of tea 305266
or maté, and26244
preparations
11.63
with a basis of these
291.4%
extracts, esse
Not decaffeinated
408772
29454
13.88
261.4%
Other
32930
23135
1.42
259.6%
Tarred, bituminised or asphalted paper and paperboard
18396
12437
1.48
255.5%
Whey and modified whey, whether or not concentrated
19313
11000
or containing1.76
added sugar or other
241.8%
sweetening
Other
856412
24407
35.09
241.1%
Other
976302
511004
1.91
240.0%
Cucumbers and gherkins
85116
56990
1.49
236.7%
Rusks, toasted bread and similar toasted products
47072
11563
4.07
234.5%
Sawdust and wood waste and scrap, whether
227499
or not agglomerated
1762099
in0.13
logs, briquettes, 234.2%
pellets or similar f
Other preparations in blocks, slabs or bars weighing
230017 more
40802
than 2 kg or
5.64
in liquid, paste,232.7%
powder, granular
Coniferous
11092356 2740655
4.05
230.0%
Other
497661
13149
37.85
229.1%
Parts
3002177
44635
67.26
226.4%
Other
4446937
170944
26.01
226.0%
Uppers and parts thereof, other than stiffeners
46522664 1251357
37.18
225.3%
Other
1120993
131191
8.54
223.4%
Folding cartons, boxes and cases, of noncorrugated
222205 paper
51543
or paperboard
4.31
222.5%
(1996-) Other
119205
21337
5.59
220.6%
Parts
3132350
15483
202.31
213.5%
Other
359249
172985
2.08
213.3%
Shuttering for concrete constructional work219261
98684
2.22
210.4%
Of polymers of ethylene
2953861
757502
3.90
207.6%
Balata, gutta-percha, guayule, chicle and similar
95594
natural 17654
gums
5.41
204.6%
Driveaxles with differential, whether or 31089438
not provided2020304
with other transmission
15.39
components
203.0%
Of a kind used for winding textile yarn
632124
208906
3.03
202.9%
Other
204085
11817
17.27
202.8%
Other
17730
20995
0.84
200.4%
Other
1322450
35933
36.80
199.2%
Ferrosilicomanganese
18538
16100
1.15
196.6%
Plates, sheets and strip
68783
15057
4.57
194.0%
Other aminoresins
101360
25009
4.05
192.8%
Other
373600
11116
33.61
191.1%
Other
41315
17065
2.42
187.0%
Other vegetables; mixtures of vegetables 294790
64544
4.57
175.1%
Reservoirs, tanks, vats and similar containers
276235
for any material
25420(other10.87
than compressed175.0%
or liquefied gas), o
(1996-2001, 2007-) Of wood :-- Waferboard,85882
including oriented
86765
0.99
173.0%
Articles of iron or steel wire
50324
10450
4.82
172.2%
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 100% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
300420
392113
140190
170290
442190
750300
440890
681099
110720
251512
380992
611430
441850
660390
853620
681599
690290
200520
853890
551349
260600
260300
730840
560890
481910
030624
290545
030614
152000
151710
800110
120220
870870
350610
071090
721041
441300
090830
340290
730890
680223
190420
680210
481960
081330
230990
580610
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
NTE after REACH
FOB 2007
100%
Containing other antibiotics
4804807
19890
241.57
168.3%
Of polyurethanes
544567
43238
12.59
168.3%
Other
1519736
517484
2.94
164.6%
Other, including invert sugar and other sugar97949
and sugar syrup
55010blends 1.78
containing in the 161.2%
dry state 50 % by
Other
1752886
745103
2.35
160.5%
Nickel waste and scrap.
505864
31540
16.04
156.1%
Other
2977794
784343
3.80
152.3%
Other
704357
809456
0.87
149.9%
Roasted
32175
39000
0.83
148.2%
Merely cut, by sawing or otherwise, into blocks
94590
or slabs163345
of a rectangular
0.58(including square)
143.5%
shape
Of a kind used in the paper or like industries 36960
18902
1.96
142.8%
Of manmade fibres
723608
20873
34.67
142.8%
Shingles and shakes
38343
17248
2.22
141.1%
Other
38518
11741
3.28
135.5%
Automatic circuit breakers
1921423
43614
44.06
130.6%
Other
334914
325902
1.03
130.5%
Other
933278
432774
2.16
130.1%
Potatoes
108484
44459
2.44
125.2%
Other
7239398
181134
39.97
123.1%
Other woven fabrics
447982
35705
12.55
122.6%
Aluminium ores and concentrates.
276965 2962200
0.09
120.2%
Copper ores and concentrates.
1.18E+09 4.59E+08
2.58
119.8%
Equipment for scaffolding, shuttering, propping
64560
or pitpropping
21403
3.02
118.7%
Other
109591
10567
10.37
118.4%
Cartons, boxes and cases, of corrugated paper
2132062
or paperboard
711236
3.00
117.6%
Crabs
1966625
230754
8.52
114.4%
(1996-) Glycerol
2203591 2089059
1.05
114.1%
Crabs
390315
35926
10.86
113.4%
(1996-) Glycerol, crude; glycerol waters and
1556829
glycerol lyes.
3076974
0.51
112.8%
Margarine, excluding liquid margarine
19476
21434
0.91
109.0%
Tin, not alloyed
8429662
571580
14.75
108.4%
Shelled, whether or not broken
57527
32710
1.76
107.4%
Road wheels and parts and accessories thereof
26290071 5339997
4.92
107.2%
Products suitable for use as glues or adhesives,
76708
put up for
11323
retail sale as
6.77
glues or adhesives,
104.9%
not exceeding
Mixtures of vegetables
62183
34867
1.78
104.9%
Corrugated
1100
11630
0.09
104.4%
Densified wood, in blocks, plates, strips or
30774658
profile shapes.
18657440
1.65
103.9%
Cardamoms
156315
20086
7.78
103.3%
Other
86039
54817
1.57
101.5%
Other
57304
18263
3.14
99.5%
Granite
260740
274369
0.95
99.3%
(1996-) Prepared foods obtained from unroasted
81545cereal 31082
flakes or from
2.62
mixtures of unroasted
98.7%cereal flake
Tiles, cubes and similar articles, whether or769976
not rectangular
1524650
(including0.51
square), the largest
97.9%
surface area o
Box files, letter trays, storage boxes and similar
275752
articles, 75105
of a kind used
3.67
in offices, shops or
97.4%
the like
Apples
127648
69203
1.84
96.8%
Other
216733
217449
1.00
96.8%
Woven pile fabrics (including terry towelling
2487676
and similar211858
terry fabrics)
11.74
and chenille fabrics
96.6%
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 100% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
960630
170230
392030
482390
670490
091010
330749
200559
030510
480990
732392
481730
551219
271290
140420
030379
670411
520621
520512
480220
481930
030613
540771
720839
080410
741999
830400
481840
720918
840999
490199
090500
071331
560311
711311
731815
282612
320414
290516
640699
871200
560749
760429
830590
480890
401290
720837
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
NTE after REACH
FOB 2007
100%
Button moulds and other parts of buttons;1006458
button blanks41081
24.50
94.9%
Glucose and glucose syrup, not containing fructose
76334 or containing
144250 in the
0.53
dry state less than
94.5%
20 % by weigh
Of polymers of styrene
493975
115000
4.30
94.5%
Other
1416778
550855
2.57
94.2%
Of other materials
1840973
60883
30.24
93.1%
Ginger
261424
109377
2.39
92.3%
Other
536243
69968
7.66
91.6%
Other
224298
153988
1.46
90.8%
Flours, meals and pellets of fish, fit for human
92599
consumption
12371
7.49
90.2%
Other
22805
18854
1.21
88.6%
Of cast iron, enamelled
485803
79840
6.08
88.4%
Boxes, pouches, wallets and writing compendiums,
28382 of paper
10169
or paperboard,
2.79 containing an
86.2%
assortment of
Other
2668514
119637
22.31
86.0%
Other
167903
141773
1.18
85.1%
Cotton linters
17402
41337
0.42
83.5%
Other
1893977
829725
2.28
82.9%
Complete wigs
4209819
32580
129.21
81.0%
Measuring 714.29 decitex or more (not exceeding
6094414 metric
13084
number)4.66
79.9%
Measuring less than 714.29 decitex but not472510
less than 232.56
175096
decitex (exceeding
2.70
14 metric
78.7%
number but no
Paper and paperboard of a kind used as a base
59361
for photosensitive,
54244
heatsensitive
1.09
or electrosensitive
78.0%
pape
Sacks and bags, having a base of a width of4633846
40 cm or more
1809044
2.56
77.5%
Shrimps and prawns
1.38E+08 22613944
6.10
77.5%
Unbleached or bleached
73796
11229
6.57
74.2%
(1996-) Of a thickness of less than 3 mm 264426
510548
0.52
74.1%
Dates
53250
15000
3.55
72.4%
Other
498949
25121
19.86
71.6%
Filing cabinets, cardindex cabinets, paper trays,
112235
paper rests,
24220
pen trays,
4.63
officestamp stands
69.6%
and similar off
Sanitary towels and tampons, napkins and napkin
169610liners 29415
for babies and
5.77
similar sanitary articles
68.2%
(1996-) Of a thickness of less than 0.5 mm 76822
129985
0.59
68.0%
Other
593608
35608
16.67
66.9%
Other
409743
52331
7.83
65.7%
Vanilla.
1201791
83577
14.38
65.1%
Beans of the species Vigna mungo (L.) Hepper
42132
or Vigna radiata
22899 (L.) Wilczek
1.84
65.0%
(1996-) Weighing not more than 25 g/m² 1242488
501586
2.48
64.8%
Of silver, whether or not plated or clad with
8862949
other precious
28810
metal 307.63
64.6%
Other screws and bolts, whether or not with
11345909
their nuts2497279
or washers 4.54
64.6%
Of aluminium
910000 1000000
0.91
64.3%
Direct dyes and preparations based thereon102004
18148
5.62
64.3%
Octanol (octyl alcohol) and isomers thereof
2806759 1750000
1.60
62.7%
Of other materials
1604358
86800
18.48
61.8%
Bicycles and other cycles (including delivery
46763286
tricycles),9952432
not motorised.4.70
61.7%
Other
75384
44169
1.71
61.4%
Other
5164122 1100923
4.69
61.1%
Other, including parts
37420
10536
3.55
61.0%
Other
57893
35220
1.64
60.9%
Other
147345
53772
2.74
60.7%
(1996-) Of a thickness of 4.75 mm or more but
52915
not exceeding
9798810 mm0.54
60.5%
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 100% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
290519
520611
391590
520622
091030
731210
200892
761290
750110
850990
390521
760711
293040
392069
840991
550110
520511
850490
130239
240120
731442
732690
283322
681019
520513
081090
390730
741012
390690
270900
950661
200490
481830
870893
170410
722850
391729
480100
392119
482090
701890
853690
080450
902620
854290
440910
760820
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
NTE after REACH
FOB 2007
100%
Other
3194165 1578080
2.02
60.2%
Measuring 714.29 decitex or more (not exceeding
14371414 metric
57414
number)2.50
58.1%
Of other plastics
1056072 1812645
0.58
58.0%
Measuring less than 714.29 decitex but not
4602631
less than 232.56
1927358
decitex (exceeding
2.39
14 metric
56.3%
number but no
Turmeric (curcuma)
52702
21763
2.42
56.3%
Stranded wire, ropes and cables
1257803
437158
2.88
55.2%
Mixtures
13532
18445
0.73
55.0%
Other
173400
24087
7.20
54.9%
Nickel mattes
84863456 8100884
10.48
54.9%
Parts
527876
39118
13.49
54.8%
(1996-) In aqueous dispersion
266383
153649
1.73
54.4%
Rolled but not further worked
52454
15949
3.29
54.2%
Methionine
38868
15000
2.59
53.2%
Of other polyesters
6529093 2350653
2.78
52.7%
Suitable for use solely or principally with 13253829
sparkignition internal
791007 combustion
16.76 piston engines
51.6%
Of nylon or other polyamides
63366
17188
3.69
50.8%
Measuring 714.29 decitex or more (not exceeding
70260414 metric
298211
number)2.36
49.1%
Parts
5905946
299586
19.71
48.9%
Other
6030400 1124040
5.36
48.3%
Tobacco, partly or wholly stemmed/stripped
15985093 3771380
4.24
47.9%
Coated with plastics
33318
32946
1.01
47.4%
Other
1861345
410756
4.53
46.9%
Of aluminium
65000
500000
0.13
46.5%
Other
286174 1068824
0.27
45.7%
Measuring less than 232.56 decitex but not902844
less than 192.31
234473
decitex (exceeding
3.85
43 metric
45.0%
number but no
Other
66127
47190
1.40
45.0%
Epoxide resins
73313
19757
3.71
45.0%
Of copper alloys
168548
18636
9.04
44.4%
Other
1939049
783761
2.47
43.9%
Petroleum oils and oils obtained from bituminous
8000minerals,
64000
crude. 0.13
43.9%
Lawn-tennis balls
2098686
431211
4.87
43.8%
Other vegetables and mixtures of vegetables
170568
88289
1.93
42.6%
Tablecloths and serviettes
57373
26097
2.20
42.5%
Clutches and parts thereof
133944
19399
6.90
42.5%
Chewing gum, whether or not sugarcoated 75721
15848
4.78
42.4%
Other bars and rods, not further worked than30945
coldformed
21981
or coldfinished
1.41
41.7%
Of other plastics
1433369
219131
6.54
41.3%
Newsprint, in rolls or sheets.
126250
250899
0.50
41.2%
Of other plastics
93481
17561
5.32
40.8%
Other
744421
248659
2.99
40.7%
Other
397240
30503
13.02
40.7%
Other apparatus
13471264
403617
33.38
39.7%
Guavas, mangoes and mangosteens
103699
54606
1.90
38.9%
For measuring or checking pressure
777987
30346
25.64
38.7%
Parts
3265989
17224
189.62
38.6%
Coniferous
88064
129545
0.68
37.2%
Of aluminium alloys
218983
46734
4.69
36.1%
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 100% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
265
266
267
268
269
270
271
272
273
274
275
276
277
278
279
280
281
282
940190
940330
731290
760200
520100
380690
481940
481720
151800
680291
630710
854890
901831
090412
621600
621220
630391
380510
761520
870880
291612
392350
853222
060390
853710
851690
940169
847990
551211
854011
160420
280300
870891
721070
481950
890110
732619
030375
151329
151319
920590
380991
520912
481820
340600
180400
330690
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
NTE after REACH
FOB 2007
100%
Parts
17513516 1790331
9.78
36.0%
Wooden furniture of a kind used in offices
12240454 5874672
2.08
36.0%
Other
18900
16314
1.16
35.9%
Aluminium waste and scrap.
544333
350430
1.55
35.9%
Cotton, not carded or combed.
21710
22933
0.95
35.5%
Other
49600
32000
1.55
34.9%
Other sacks and bags, including cones
8528286 3015652
2.83
34.8%
Letter cards, plain postcards and correspondence
380415cards 69176
5.50
34.6%
Animal or vegetable fats and oils and their
10846094
fractions,13162915
boiled, oxidised,0.82
dehydrated, sulphurised,
34.6% blown, po
Marble, travertine and alabaster
1559458 1231749
1.27
34.6%
Floorcloths, dishcloths, dusters and similar cleaning
495972 cloths
72874
6.81
33.5%
(1996-) Other
589627
14857
39.69
32.7%
Syringes, with or without needles
257761
19587
13.16
32.5%
Crushed or ground
38979
10520
3.71
32.5%
Gloves, mittens and mitts.
5446107
161595
33.70
31.9%
Girdles and pantygirdles
554308
10572
52.43
31.2%
Of cotton
1153676
128266
8.99
30.9%
Gum, wood or sulphate turpentine oils 1941373 2529301
0.77
29.3%
Sanitary ware and parts thereof
150908
15414
9.79
29.2%
Suspension shockabsorbers
145127
18177
7.98
29.0%
Esters of acrylic acid
1210354
742120
1.63
28.5%
Stoppers, lids, caps and other closures
462120
131242
3.52
28.5%
Aluminium electrolytic
4121471
225952
18.24
28.0%
Other
121406
18040
6.73
26.8%
For a voltage not exceeding 1,000 V
1459975
21049
69.36
26.8%
Parts
3155240
347349
9.08
26.8%
Other
24814779 9020778
2.75
26.3%
Parts
566447
28158
20.12
26.0%
Unbleached or bleached
193789
31145
6.22
25.7%
Colour
5622591 2323654
2.42
25.7%
Other prepared or preserved fish
67430
19560
3.45
25.1%
Carbon (carbon blacks and other forms of carbon
38156not elsewhere
37000 specified
1.03 or included). 25.1%
Radiators
8457623
739713
11.43
25.0%
Painted, varnished or coated with plastics 20737
26348
0.79
24.9%
Other packing containers, including record sleeves
325060
124517
2.61
24.6%
Cruise ships, excursion boats and similar 57737500
vessels principally
29095030
designed 1.98
for the transport of24.4%
persons; ferryb
Other
303221
87335
3.47
24.2%
Dogfish and other sharks
8704
11105
0.78
24.2%
Other
34189567 39666862
0.86
24.1%
Other
981257 1120979
0.88
24.0%
Other
5394605
80632
66.90
23.9%
Of a kind used in the textile or like industries
320670
279297
1.15
23.8%
3thread or 4thread twill, including cross twill64103
20604
3.11
23.4%
Handkerchiefs, cleansing or facial tissues and
343130
towels 199872
1.72
23.2%
Candles, tapers and the like.
1191194
541413
2.20
23.1%
Cocoa butter, fat and oil.
1.06E+08 22893838
4.62
22.9%
Other
136552
38386
3.56
22.8%
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 100% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
290
291
292
293
294
295
296
297
298
299
300
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
318
319
320
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
329
390120
200811
481190
961210
847590
080132
200819
441400
060290
854442
480620
821599
847329
761490
320411
720299
330510
030199
340211
390311
903289
420321
871495
340220
630493
621139
720826
732310
720838
731511
391722
151620
630492
940370
940360
940161
090111
442110
611190
950790
071190
940429
940381
870322
480300
940389
481890
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
NTE after REACH
FOB 2007
100%
Polyethylene having a specific gravity of 0.94
5665862
or more3994999
1.42
22.8%
Groundnuts
80253
44373
1.81
22.3%
Other paper, paperboard, cellulose wadding 54367
and webs of27257
cellulose fibres
1.99
21.2%
Ribbons
1222507
45312
26.98
21.2%
Parts
595484
11553
51.54
21.2%
(1996-) Shelled
2288847
488620
4.68
20.9%
Other, including mixtures
22294
11850
1.88
20.6%
Wooden frames for paintings, photographs,
7214246
mirrors or3251273
similar objects.
2.22
20.4%
(1996-) Other
357587
251015
1.42
20.3%
(2007-) (- Other electric conductors, for a voltage
1853190not exceeding
106476 1,000
17.40
V:)-- Fitted with connectors
20.0%
Greaseproof papers
71529
52389
1.37
19.9%
Other
4295771
431085
9.97
19.2%
Other
4918733
126872
38.77
18.8%
Other
361781
82014
4.41
18.6%
Disperse dyes and preparations based thereon
8830358 1501638
5.88
18.6%
Other
169409
113477
1.49
18.1%
Shampoos
114225
55953
2.04
17.7%
Other
1414570
237836
5.95
17.6%
Anionic
1168807
882779
1.32
17.1%
Expansible
85700
58200
1.47
17.1%
Other
1506290
51044
29.51
17.1%
Specially designed for use in sports
5657318
126708
44.65
16.9%
Saddles
1272674
270505
4.70
16.7%
Preparations put up for retail sale
136809
188992
0.72
16.1%
Not knitted or crocheted, of synthetic fibres
1216086
209000
5.82
15.5%
Of other textile materials
607543
35158
17.28
15.0%
(1996-) Of a thickness of 3 mm or more but110028
less than 4.75
214479
mm
0.51
14.7%
Iron or steel wool; pot scourers and scouring
691051
or polishing
197392
pads, gloves3.50
and the like
14.4%
(1996-) Of a thickness of 3 mm or more but635675
less than 4.75
1210809
mm
0.53
14.0%
Roller chain
74650
14002
5.33
13.8%
Of polymers of propylene
8149270 2639808
3.09
13.7%
Vegetable fats and oils and their fractions 3759859 4667866
0.81
13.7%
Not knitted or crocheted, of cotton
176265
31567
5.58
13.6%
Furniture of plastics
1744513
378821
4.61
13.4%
Other wooden furniture
3.57E+08 1.64E+08
2.18
13.2%
Upholstered
18709224 5894532
3.17
13.1%
Not decaffeinated
1.77E+08
1E+08
1.77
13.1%
Clothes hangers
108142
29531
3.66
13.0%
Of other textile materials
3085297
117357
26.29
13.0%
Other
586814
110955
5.29
12.7%
Other vegetables; mixtures of vegetables 10990
17399
0.63
12.3%
Of other materials
342453
108063
3.17
12.1%
(2007-) (- Furniture of other materials, including
72700621
cane,
29568015
osier, bamboo2.46
or similar materials:)-11.9%
Of bamboo
Of a cylinder capacity exceeding 1,000 cc but31253
not exceeding
18436
1,500 cc 1.70
11.6%
Toilet or facial tissue stock, towel or napkin136433
stock and similar
115958paper of1.18
a kind used for household
10.8% or sanit
(2007-) (- Furniture of other materials, including
24334359
cane,
28116705
osier, bamboo0.87
or similar materials:)-10.8%
Other
Other
1199561
524624
2.29
10.8%
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 100% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
330
331
332
333
334
335
336
337
338
339
340
341
342
343
344
345
346
347
348
349
350
351
352
353
354
355
356
357
358
359
360
361
362
363
364
365
366
367
368
369
370
371
372
373
374
375
376
290517
030749
520299
732391
200990
620990
060499
170211
080119
190230
320412
870332
292390
190490
871310
550510
291735
330129
151211
960321
390940
871680
854160
700991
160520
900110
890790
210111
400110
853650
940171
720827
853929
870410
292242
853931
854150
871640
920120
940151
680229
761519
920600
560811
630239
903180
620799
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
NTE after REACH
FOB 2007
100%
Dodecan-1-ol (lauryl alcohol), hexadecan-1-ol
1149446
(cetyl alcohol)
957470
and octadecan-1-ol
1.20
(stearyl10.5%
alcohol)
Other
9532171 3653085
2.61
10.4%
Other
1288949 1418963
0.91
10.4%
Of cast iron, not enamelled
301219
132273
2.28
10.4%
Mixtures of juices
37695
44960
0.84
10.3%
Of other textile materials
736710
35872
20.54
10.3%
Other
65788
88079
0.75
10.2%
(1996-) Containing by weight 99 % or more 282160
lactose, expressed
175000 as anhydrous
1.61 lactose, calculated
10.1% on the dr
(1996-) Other
562443
650974
0.86
9.9%
Other pasta
2753835 2092163
1.32
9.5%
Acid dyes, whether or not premetallised, and
2652062
preparations
321847
based thereon;
8.24 mordant dyes8.9%
and preparatio
Of a cylinder capacity exceeding 1,500 cc but
115448
not exceeding
150171
2,500 cc 0.77
8.9%
Other
43537
25162
1.73
8.7%
Other
791270
581301
1.36
8.4%
Not mechanically propelled
1202285
151049
7.96
7.9%
Of synthetic fibres
2184493 2279750
0.96
7.2%
Phthalic anhydride
1276921 1059999
1.20
7.2%
Other
24958002
760186
32.83
7.0%
Crude oil
285250
350000
0.82
7.0%
Tooth brushes, including dental-plate brushes
45180
20681
2.18
7.0%
Phenolic resins
231840
156000
1.49
6.9%
Other vehicles
212670
63103
3.37
6.7%
Mounted piezoelectric crystals
4220253
23999
175.85
6.6%
Unframed
310483
269003
1.15
6.6%
Shrimps and prawns
30011160 4341629
6.91
6.5%
Optical fibres, optical fibre bundles and cables
647757
13233
48.95
6.2%
Other
21600
34500
0.63
6.2%
(1996-) Extracts, essences and concentrates945599
154484
6.12
6.1%
Natural rubber latex, whether or not prevulcanised
1529569
869709
1.76
5.4%
Other switches
86656230 2544354
34.06
5.0%
Upholstered
3841730
879423
4.37
4.3%
(1996-) Of a thickness of less than 3 mm 509481
993140
0.51
4.3%
Other
1956401
334828
5.84
4.2%
Dumpers designed for offhighway use
3679650
549068
6.70
3.5%
Glutamic acid and its salts
7426670 7749829
0.96
3.5%
Fluorescent, hot cathode
1692473
170093
9.95
3.3%
Other semiconductor devices
3692528
18724
197.21
3.2%
Other trailers and semitrailers
465505
126802
3.67
3.2%
Grand pianos
4046222
499128
8.11
3.1%
(2007-) (- Seats of cane, osier, bamboo or similar
1.1E+08
materials:)-38399930Of bamboo
2.86 or rattan
3.0%
Other stone
3424306 6445692
0.53
2.9%
(1996-) Other
4734193
731564
6.47
2.6%
Percussion musical instruments (for example,
5259645
drums, xylophones,
688034
cymbals,
7.64 castanets, maracas).
2.5%
Made up fishing nets
3330587
529841
6.29
2.3%
Of other textile materials
1665372
179063
9.30
2.0%
Other instruments, appliances and machines
918600
141055
6.51
1.6%
Of other textile materials
199052
11516
17.28
1.4%
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 100% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
377
378
379
380
381
382
383
384
385
386
387
388
389
390
391
392
393
394
395
396
397
398
399
400
401
402
403
404
405
406
407
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
417
418
419
420
421
422
423
520911
901890
870130
732399
900150
940320
940390
090411
151311
848410
291714
691490
382312
121190
392111
854430
853641
190590
151110
830890
400122
390330
382311
760612
190110
720917
731021
720916
180100
521021
950670
950300
940350
960810
961310
940179
960340
940180
940340
950430
010110
030319
030419
030421
030422
030429
030499
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
NTE after REACH
FOB 2007
100%
Plain weave
7162130 1818108
3.94
0.7%
Other instruments and appliances
3612219
17972
200.99
0.7%
Track-laying tractors
1943000
571208
3.40
0.5%
Other
1637204
664930
2.46
0.3%
Spectacle lenses of other materials
3180157
110793
28.70
0.2%
Other metal furniture
4970004 1179120
4.22
0.0%
Parts
3038876 1058594
2.87
0.0%
Neither crushed nor ground
25036238 6034045
4.15
0.0%
Crude oil
2.02E+08 2.81E+08
0.72
0.0%
Gaskets and similar joints of metal sheeting605610
combined with
28747
other material
21.07 or of two or more
0.0%layers of m
Maleic anhydride
376702
277000
1.36
0.0%
Other
1477597 1156942
1.28
0.0%
(1996-) Oleic acid
2804089 3260807
0.86
0.0%
Other
733959
190111
3.86
0.0%
Of polymers of styrene
109841
39919
2.75
0.0%
Ignition wiring sets and other wiring sets of
1471703
a kind used113508
in vehicles, aircraft
12.97 or ships
0.0%
For a voltage not exceeding 60 V
3320316
123739
26.83
0.0%
Other
882324
376257
2.35
0.0%
Crude oil
7.09E+08 1.11E+09
0.64
0.0%
Other, including parts
528574
45474
11.62
0.0%
Technically specified natural rubber (TSNR)
5.92E+08 2.92E+08
2.03
0.0%
Acrylonitrilebutadienestyrene (ABS) copolymers
2415196 1396805
1.73
0.0%
(1996-) Stearic acid
7688351 9135256
0.84
0.0%
Of aluminium alloys
1225157
354654
3.45
0.0%
Preparations for infant use, put up for retail sale
55742
15675
3.56
0.0%
(1996-) Of a thickness of 0.5 mm or more but
423567
not exceeding
718093
1 mm 0.59
0.0%
Cans which are to be closed by soldering or crimping
51133
24888
2.05
0.0%
(1996-) Of a thickness exceeding 1 mm but 424231
less than 3 mm
719415
0.59
0.0%
Cocoa beans, whole or broken, raw or roasted.
9069362 4819138
1.88
0.0%
Plain weave
108308
13497
8.02
0.0%
Ice skates and roller skates, including skating
1708320
boots with
143801
skates attached
11.88
0.0%
(2007-) Tricycles, scooters, pedal cars and54906542
similar wheeled
7307684
toys; dolls'7.51
carriages; dolls; other
0.0%
toys; reduce
Wooden furniture of a kind used in the bedroom
19389886 8039381
2.41
0.0%
Ball point pens
854871
54594
15.66
0.0%
Pocket lighters, gas fuelled, nonrefillable 4645520 1221799
3.80
0.0%
Other
25094325 7046028
3.56
0.0%
- Paint, distemper, varnish or similar brushes
1218304
(other than
249540
brushes of subheading
4.88
9603.30);0.0%
paint pads and
Other seats
76452662 28805317
2.65
0.0%
Wooden furniture of a kind used in the kitchen
1731751
789014
2.19
0.0%
Other games, operated by coins, banknotes
2003788
(paper currency),
193367discs or
10.36
other similar articles,
0.0%
other than b
(2002-) Purebred breeding animals
250530
69712
3.59
0.0%
(2002-) Other
95404
24100
3.96
0.0%
(2007-) (- Fresh or chilled:)-- Other
621343
163903
3.79
0.0%
(2007-) (- Frozen fillets:)-- Swordfish (Xiphias
171350
gladius) 53492
3.20
0.0%
(2007-) (- Frozen fillets:)-- Toothfish (Dissostichus
590590spp.)433202
1.36
0.0%
(2007-) (- Frozen fillets:)-- Other
9127432 3040109
3.00
0.0%
(2007-) (- Other:)-- Other
1309092 1470221
0.89
0.0%
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 100% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
424
425
426
427
428
429
430
431
432
433
434
435
436
437
438
439
440
441
442
443
444
445
446
447
448
449
450
451
452
453
454
455
456
457
458
459
460
461
462
463
464
465
466
467
468
469
470
060210
090611
090619
190531
190532
200929
200931
200941
220210
220290
220300
220820
251310
251620
293499
293920
380850
380891
381700
382561
392049
400921
400922
401031
401039
401110
401120
401140
401150
401161
401162
401163
401192
401199
401212
401310
401320
401390
410411
410419
410441
410449
410530
410712
410719
411310
411330
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
NTE after REACH
FOB 2007
100%
Unrooted cuttings and slips
1061853
413543
2.57
0.0%
(2007-) (- Neither crushed nor ground:)-- Cinnamon
3589661 (Cinnamomum
4583582
zeylanicum
0.78
Blume) 0.0%
(2007-) (- Neither crushed nor ground:)-- Other
155339
274742
0.57
0.0%
(2002-) Sweet biscuits
45933
14891
3.08
0.0%
(2002-) Waffles and wafers
725402
274152
2.65
0.0%
(2002-) Other
126852
73243
1.73
0.0%
(2002-) Of a Brix value not exceeding 20
74208
103492
0.72
0.0%
(2002-) Of a Brix value not exceeding 20 7838342 10534902
0.74
0.0%
Waters, including mineral waters and aerated
76614
waters, containing
14845 added
5.16sugar or other sweetening
0.0%
matte
Other
366248
92427
3.96
0.0%
Beer made from malt.
59756
68099
0.88
0.0%
Spirits obtained by distilling grape wine or grape
175812
marc 92960
1.89
0.0%
(2007-) - Pumice stone
2173
17304
0.13
0.0%
(2007-) - Sandstone
7770
11308
0.69
0.0%
(2002-) Other
4989786
662979
7.53
0.0%
(2007-) - Alkaloids of cinchona and their derivatives;
7860246 salts
111681
thereof 70.38
0.0%
(2007-) - Goods specified in Subheading Note
9506558
1 to this Chapter
424418
22.40
0.0%
(2007-) (- Other:)-- Insecticides
385708
247621
1.56
0.0%
(2002-) Mixed alkylbenzenes and mixed alkylnaphthalenes,
1217676 1276820
other than
0.95
those of heading 27.07
0.0% or 29.02.
(2002-) Mainly containing organic constituents
15476
78960
0.20
0.0%
(2002-) Other
108052
34422
3.14
0.0%
(2002-) Without fittings
1129874
631194
1.79
0.0%
(2002-) With fittings
155096
199280
0.78
0.0%
(2002-) Endless transmission belts of trapezoidal
3406108
crosssection
317680 (V belts),
10.72 Vribbed, of an outside
0.0% circumfe
(2002-) Other
1046155
150765
6.94
0.0%
Of a kind used on motor cars (including station
1.15E+08
wagons
39048187
and racing cars)
2.96
0.0%
Of a kind used on buses or lorries
966822
405760
2.38
0.0%
Of a kind used on motorcycles
1664974
576052
2.89
0.0%
Of a kind used on bicycles
36314492 6683689
5.43
0.0%
(2002-) Of a kind used on agricultural or forestry
3931982
vehicles
1654385
and machines
2.38
0.0%
(2002-) Of a kind used on construction or industrial
7298932 handling
3379414
vehicles2.16
and machines and having
0.0% a rim size
(2002-) Of a kind used on construction or industrial
65445 handling
23796
vehicles2.75
and machines and having
0.0% a rim size
(2002-) Of a kind used on agricultural or forestry
32993
vehicles11430
and machines
2.89
0.0%
Other
6605766 2353666
2.81
0.0%
(2002-) Of a kind used on buses or lorries 13317
16584
0.80
0.0%
Of a kind used on motor cars (including station
1021783
wagons356999
and racing cars),
2.86buses or lorries 0.0%
Of a kind used on bicycles
8894129 1736696
5.12
0.0%
Other
521945
188588
2.77
0.0%
(2002-) Full grains, unsplit; grain splits
356875
45424
7.86
0.0%
(2002-) Other
1512649
225466
6.71
0.0%
(2002-) Full grains, unsplit; grain splits
4102974
215762
19.02
0.0%
(2002-) Other
5531626
595152
9.29
0.0%
(2002-) In the dry state (crust)
3303333
108974
30.31
0.0%
(2002-) Grain splits
1439377
59672
24.12
0.0%
(2002-) Other
3749037
115740
32.39
0.0%
(2002-) Of goats or kids
1357511
65331
20.78
0.0%
(2002-) Of reptiles
614476
10272
59.82
0.0%
DAFTAR NTE TERTINGGI UNTUK 500 KOMODITAS JIKA 100% KANDUNGAN BAHAN KIMIA SUBJECT TO
REACH
NO.
HS
471
472
473
474
475
476
477
478
479
480
481
482
483
484
485
486
487
488
489
490
491
492
493
494
495
496
497
498
499
500
420211
420212
420219
420221
420222
420229
440210
440290
440725
440726
440729
440791
440795
440799
440921
440929
441114
441210
441231
441232
441239
441294
441510
441860
441871
441872
441879
460121
460122
460129
Deskripsi
N_2007
Data
V_2007
NTE after REACH
FOB 2007
100%
With outer surface of leather, of composition
1629715
leather or 93569
of patent leather
17.42
0.0%
With outer surface of plastics or of textile 6323546
materials 936772
6.75
0.0%
Other
402114
38508
10.44
0.0%
With outer surface of leather, of composition
6314150
leather or213923
of patent leather
29.52
0.0%
With outer surface of plastic sheeting or of4744586
textile materials
204620
23.19
0.0%
Other
771330
81124
9.51
0.0%
(2007-) - Of bamboo
605234 3765181
0.16
0.0%
(2007-) - Other
2229231 6854107
0.33
0.0%
(1996-) Dark Red Meranti, Light Red Meranti
9648458
and Meranti
4250480
Bakau
2.27
0.0%
(1996-) White Lauan, White Meranti, White Seraya,
42707 Yellow
33684
Meranti and
1.27Alan
0.0%
(1996-) Other
3554125 3736396
0.95
0.0%
Of oak (Quercus spp.)
53318
52681
1.01
0.0%
(2007-) (- Other:)-- Of ash (Fraxinus spp.)
7841
11692
0.67
0.0%
Other
555768
479941
1.16
0.0%
(2007-) (- Non-coniferous:)-- Of bamboo 158317
249191
0.64
0.0%
(2007-) (- Non-coniferous:)-- Other
1.52E+08 1.24E+08
1.23
0.0%
(2007-) (- Medium density fibreboard (MDF):)-45935
Of a thickness
29947exceeding
1.539 mm
0.0%
(2007-) - Of bamboo
497723
377053
1.32
0.0%
(2007-) (- Other plywood, consisting solely
57957252
of sheets 57732531
of wood (other than
1.00 bamboo), each 0.0%
ply not exceedi
(2007-) (- Other plywood, consisting solely of16488
sheets of wood
12980(other than
1.27 bamboo), each 0.0%
ply not exceedi
(2007-) (- Other plywood, consisting solely
32218548
of sheets 29332250
of wood (other than
1.10 bamboo), each 0.0%
ply not exceedi
(2007-) (- Other:)-- Blockboard, laminboard
77927869
and battenboard
46788531
1.67
0.0%
Cases, boxes, crates, drums and similar packings;
591578
cabledrums
533192
1.11
0.0%
(2007-) - Posts and beams
5111778 4452718
1.15
0.0%
(2007-) (- Assembled flooring panels:)-- For1980575
mosaic floors
1779896
1.11
0.0%
(2007-) (- Assembled flooring panels:)-- Other,
58962993
multilayer
28963458
2.04
0.0%
(2007-) (- Assembled flooring panels:)-- Other
37784699 19630250
1.92
0.0%
(2007-) (- Mats, matting and screens of vegetable
48737materials:)-29928 Of bamboo
1.63
0.0%
(2007-) (- Mats, matting and screens of vegetable
128613materials:)-43661 Of rattan
2.95
0.0%
(2007-) (- Mats, matting and screens of vegetable
599193materials:)-88489 Other6.77
0.0%
RESTRIKSI SENYAWA – SENYAWA KIMIA UNTUK MANUFAKTUR, BERADA DI PASARAN, DAN PENGGUNAAN SENYAWA
BERBAHAYA BAIK CAMPURAN MAUPUN TERKANDUNG DALAM SUATU ARTIKEL/PRODUK
(Ter Restriksi atau masih Candidate List)
Menurut Annex XVII, senyawa yang sudah direstriksi antara lain:
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
Shall not be placed on the market, or used:
1.
Polychlorinated terphenyls (PCTs)
as substances and in mixtures, including waste oils, or in equipment, in concentrations
greater than 50 mg/kg (0,005 % by weight).
2.
Chloroethene (vinyl chloride)
CAS No 75-01-4 EC No 200-831-0
Liquid substances or mixtures,
3.
which are regarded as dangerous
according to the definitions in
Council Directive 67/548/EEC and
— Shall not be used as propellant in aerosols for any use.
— Aerosols dispensers containing the substance as propellant shall not be placed on
the market.
1. Shall not be used in:
— ornamental articles, intended to produce light or colour effects by means of
different phases, for example in ornamental lamps and ashtrays,
— tricks and jokes,
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
Directive 1999/45/EC.
— games for one or more participants, or any article intended to be used as such,
even with ornamental aspects.
2. Articles not complying with paragraph 1 shall not be placed on the market.
3. Shall not be placed on the market if they contain a colouring agent unless required for
fiscal reasons or perfume or both and if they:
— present an aspiration hazard and are labelled with R65 or H304, and,
— can be used as fuel in decorative lamps, and,
— are packaged in containers of a capacity of 15 litres or less.
4. Without
prejudice to
the
implementation
of other
Community
provisions relating to the classification, packaging and labelling of substances and
mixtures, suppliers shall ensure before the placing on the market that the packaging of
substances and mixtures covered by paragraph 3, where intended for use in lamps, is
marked visibly, legibly and indelibly as follows:
“Keep lamps filled with this liquid out of the reach of children”.
4.
Tris (2,3 dibromopropyl) phosphate
CAS No 126-72-7
1. Shall not be used in textile articles, such as garments, undergarments and linen,
intended to come into contact with the skin.
2. Articles not complying with paragraph 1 shall not be placed on the market.
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
1. Shall not be used in toys or parts of toys where the concentration of benzene in the
free state is greater than 5 mg/kg (0,000 5 %) of the weight of the toy or part of toy.
2. Toys and parts of toys not complying with paragraph 1 shall not be placed on the
market.
5.
Benzene
CAS No 71-43-2 EC No 200-753-7
3. Shall not be placed on the market, or used; as a substance and as a constituent of other
substances, or in mixtures, in concentrations equal to, or greater than 0,1 % by weight.
4. However, paragraph 3 shall not apply to:
(a)motor fuels which are covered by Directive 98/70/EC;
(b) substances and mixtures for use in industrial processes not allowing for the
emission of benzene in quantities in excess of those laid down in existing
legislation.
Asbestos fibres
a)
6.
b)
c)
1. The manufacture, placing on the market and use of these fibres and of articles
Crocidolite
containing these fibres added intentionally is prohibited.
CAS No 12001-28-4
However, Member States may exempt the placing on the market and use of
Amosite
diaphragms containing chrysotile (point (f)) for existing electrolysis installations until
CAS No 12172-73-5
they reach the end of their service life, or until suitable asbestos-free substitutes
Anthophyllite
become available, whichever is the sooner.
CAS No 77536-67-5
By 1 June 2011 Member States making use of this exemption shall provide a report to
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
d)
e)
f)
Actinolite
the Commission on the availability of asbestos free substitutes for electrolysis
CAS No 77536-66-4
installations and the efforts undertaken to develop such alternatives, on the protection
Tremolite
of the health of workers in the installations, on the source and quantities of chrysotile,
CAS No 77536-68-6
on the source and quantities of diaphragms containing chrysotile, and the envisaged
Chrysotile
date of the end of the exemption. The Commission shall make this information
CAS No 12001-29-5
publicly available.
CAS No 132207-32-0
Following receipt of those reports, the Commission shall request the Agency to
prepare a dossier in accordance with Article 69 with a view to prohibit the placing on
the market and use of diaphragms containing chrysotile.
2. The use of articles containing asbestos fibres referred to in paragraph 1 which were
already installed and/or in service before 1 January 2005 shall continue to be
permitted until they are disposed of or reach the end of their service life. However,
Member States may, for reasons of protection of human health, restrict, prohibit or
make subject to specific conditions, the use of such articles before they are disposed
of or reach the end of their service life.
Member States may allow placing on the market of articles in their entirety containing
asbestos fibres referred to in paragraph 1 which were already installed and/or in
service before 1 January 2005, under specific conditions ensuring a high level of
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
protection of human health. Member States shall communicate these national
measures to the Commission by 1 June 2011. The Commission shall make this
information publicly available.
3. Without prejudice to the application of other Community provisions on the
classification, packaging and labelling of substances and mixtures, the placing on the
market and use of articles containing these fibres, as permitted according to the
preceding derogations, shall be permitted only if suppliers ensure before the placing
on the market that articles bear a label in accordance with Appendix 7 to this Annex.
Tris(aziridinyl)phosphinoxide
7.
8.
9.
1. Shall not be used in textile articles, such as garments, undergarments and linen,
CAS No 545-55-1
intended to come into contact with the skin.
EC No 208-892-5
2. Articles not complying with paragraph 1 shall not be placed on the market.
Polybromobiphenyls; Polybromi-
1. Shall not be used in textile articles, such as garments, undergarments and linen,
natedbiphenyls (PBB)
intended to come into contact with the skin.
CAS No 59536-65-1
2. Articles not complying with paragraph 1 shall not be placed on the market.
a)
1.
Soap bark powder
(Quillaja saponaria) and its derivatives containing saponines
CAS No 68990-67-0
Shall not be used, in jokes and hoaxes or in mixtures or articles intended to be
used as such, for instance as a constituent of sneezing powder and stink bombs.
2. Jokes and hoaxes, or mixtures or articles intended to be used as such, not complying
with paragraph 1 shall not be placed on the market.
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
EC 273-620-4
b)
Powder of
3. However, paragraphs 1 and 2 shall not apply to stink bombs containing not more than
the
Helleborus
roots of
viridis
and
Helleborus niger
c)
Powder of
the
roots of
Veratrum album and Veratrum
nigrum
d)
Benzidine and/or its derivatives
CAS No 92-87-5
EC No 202-199-1
e)
o-Nitrobenzaldehyde
CAS No 552-89-6
EC No 209-025-3
f)
Wood powder
1,5 ml of liquid.
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
a)
Ammonium sulphide
CAS No 1213 5-76-1
EC No 235-223-4
b)
10.
Ammonium hydrogen sulphide
CAS No 12124-99-1
EC No 235-184-3
c)
Ammonium polysulphide
CAS No 9080-17-5
1. Shall not be used, in jokes and hoaxes or in mixtures or articles intended to be
used as such, for instance as a constituent of sneezing powder and stink bombs.
2. Jokes and hoaxes, or mixtures or articles intended to be used as such, not
complying with paragraph 1 shall not be placed on the market.
3. However, paragraphs 1 and 2 shall not apply to stink bombs containing not more
than 1,5 ml of liquid.
EC No 232-989-1
Volatile esters of bromoacetic acids:
a)
Methyl bromoacetate
CAS No 96-32-2
EC No 202-499-2
b)
11.
Ethyl bromoacetate
CAS No 105-36-2
EC No 203-290-9
c)
Propyl bromoacetate
CAS No 35223-80-4
d)
Butyl bromoacetate
1. Shall not be used, in jokes and hoaxes or in mixtures or articles intended to be
used as such, for instance as a constituent of sneezing powder and stink bombs.
2. Jokes and hoaxes, or mixtures or articles intended to be used as such, not
complying with paragraph 1 shall not be placed on the market.
3. However, paragraphs 1 and 2 shall not apply to stink bombs containing not more
than 1,5 ml of liquid.
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
CAS No 18991-98-5
EC No 242-729-9
2-Naphthylamine
12.
CAS No 91-59-8
EC No 202-080-4 and its salts
Benzidine
13.
14.
CAS No 92-87-5
EC No 202-199-1 and its salts
The following shall apply to entries 12 to 15:
4-Nitrobiphenyl
Shall not be placed on the market, or used, as substances or in mixtures in
CAS No 92-93-3
concentrations greater than 0,1 % by weight
Einecs EC No 202-204-7
4-Aminobiphenyl xenylamine
15.
CAS No 92-67-1
Einecs EC No 202-177-1 and its
salts
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
Lead carbonates:
a)
16.
b)
Neutral anhydrous carbonate
Shall not be placed on the market, or used, as substances or in mixtures, where the
(PbCO 3 )
substance or mixture is intended for use as paint.
CAS No 598-63-0
However, Member States may, in accordance with the provisions of Inter-
EC No 209-943-4
national Labour Organisation (ILO) Convention 13 on the use of white lead and
Trilead-bis(carbonate)-
sulphates of lead in paint, permit the use on their territory of the substance or mixture
dihydroxide 2Pb CO 3 -Pb(OH) 2
for the restoration and maintenance of works of art and historic buildings and their
CAS No 1319-46-6
interiors.
EC No 215-290-6
Lead sulphates:
a)
PbSO 4
CAS No 7446-14-2
17.
EC No 231-198-9
b)
Pb
x
SO 4
CAS No 15739-80-7
EC No 239-831-0
Shall not be placed on the market, or used, as substances or in mixtures, where the
substance or mixture is intended for use as paint.
However, Member States may, in accordance with the provisions of ILO Convention 13
on
the
use
of
white
lead
and
sulphates
of
lead
in
paint,
permit the use on their territory of the substance or mixture for the restoration and
maintenance of works of art and historic buildings and their interiors.
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No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
Shall not be placed on the market, or used, as substances or in mixtures where the
substance or mixture is intended for use:
a)
18.
—
cages, floats, nets and any other appliances or equipment used for fish or
shellfish farming,
—
any totally or partly submerged appliances or equipment;
Mercury compounds
(b)
in the preservation of wood;
(c)
in the impregnation of heavy-duty industrial textiles and yarn intended for their
manufacture;
(d)
1.
in the treatment of industrial waters, irrespective of their use.
Shall not be placed on the market:
Mercury
18a.
to prevent the fouling by micro-organisms, plants or animals of: — the hulls of
boats,
(a)
in fever thermometers;
(b)
in other measuring devices intended for sale to the general public (such as
CAS No 7439-97-6
manometers, barometers, sphygmomanometers, thermometers other than
EC No 231-106-7
fever thermometers).
2.
The restriction in paragraph 1 shall not apply to measuring devices that were in
use in the Community before 3 April 2009. However Member States may restrict
or prohibit the placing on the market of such measuring devices.
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
3.
4.
The restriction in paragraph 1(b) shall not apply to:
(a)
measuring devices more than 50 years old on 3 October 2007;
(b)
barometers (except barometers within point (a)) until 3 October 2009.
By 3 October 2009 the Commission shall carry out a review of the availability of
reliable safer alternatives that are technically and economically feasible for
mercury containing sphygmomanometers and other measuring devices in
healthcare and in other professional and industrial uses. On the basis of this
review or as soon as new information on reliable safer alternatives for
sphygmomanometers and other measuring devices containing mercury becomes
available, the Commission shall, if appropriate, present a legislative proposal to
extend the restrictions in paragraph 1 to sphygmomanometers and other
measuring devices in healthcare and in other professional and industrial uses, so
that mercury in measuring devices is phased out whenever technically and
economically feasible.
1.
19.
Arsenic compounds
Shall not be placed on the market, or used, as substances or in mixtures where
the substance or mixture is intended for use to prevent the fouling by microorganisms, plants or animals of:
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
2.
—
the hulls of boats,
—
cages, floats, nets and any other appliances or equipment used for fish or
shellfish farming,
—
any totally or partly submerged appliances or equipment.
Shall not be placed on the market, or used, as substances or in mixtures where
the substance or mixture is intended for use in the treatment of industrial
waters, irrespective of their use.
3.
Shall not be used in the preservation of wood. Furthermore, wood so treated shall
not be placed on the market.
4.
By way of derogation from paragraph 3:
(a)
Relating to the substances and mixtures for the preservation of wood:
these may only be used in industrial installations using vacuum or
pressure to impregnate wood if they are solutions of inorganic compounds
of the copper, chromium, arsenic (CCA) type C and if they are authorised
in accordance with Article 5(1) of Directive 98/8/ EC. Wood so treated
shall not be placed on the market before fixation of the preservative is
completed.
(b)
Wood treated with CCA solution in accordance with point (a) may be
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
placed on the market for professional and industrial use provided that the
structural integrity of the wood is required for human or livestock safety
and skin contact by the general public during its service life is unlikely:
— as structural timber in public and agricultural buildings, office
buildings, and industrial premises,
— in bridges and bridgework,
— as constructional timber in freshwater areas and brackish waters, for
example jetties and bridges,
— as noise barriers,
— in avalanche control,
— in highway safety fencing and barriers,
— as debarked round conifer livestock fence posts,
— in earth retaining structures,
— as electric power transmission and telecommunications poles,
— as underground railway sleepers.
(c)
Without prejudice to the application of other Community provisions on
the classification, packaging and labelling of substances and mixtures,
suppliers shall ensure before the placing on the market that all treated
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
wood placed on the market is individually labelled “For professional and
industrial installation and use only, contains arsenic”. In addition, all
wood placed on the market in packs shall also bear a label stating “Wear
gloves when handling this wood. Wear a dust mask and eye protection
when cutting or otherwise crafting this wood. Waste from this wood shall
be treated as hazardous by an authorised undertaking”.
(d)
Treated wood referred to under point (a) shall not be used: — in
residential or domestic constructions, whatever the purpose, — in any
application where there is a risk of repeated skin contact, — in marine
waters,
— for agricultural purposes other than for livestock fence posts and
structural uses in accordance with point (b),
— in any application where the treated wood may come into contact with
intermediate or finished products intended for human and/or animal
consumption.
5.
Wood treated with arsenic compounds that was in use in the Community before
30 September 2007, or that was placed on the market in accordance with
paragraph 4 may remain in place and continue to be used until it reaches the end
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
of its service life.
6.
Wood treated with CCA type C that was in use in the Community before 30
September 2007, or that was placed on the market in accordance with paragraph
4:
— may be used or reused subject to the conditions pertaining to its use listed
under points 4(b), (c) and (d),
— may be placed on the market subject to the conditions pertaining to its use
listed under points 4(b), (c) and (d).
7.
Member States may allow wood treated with other types of CCA solutions that
was in use in the Community before 30 September 2007:
— to be used or reused subject to the conditions pertaining to its use listed under
points 4 (b), (c) and (d),
— to be placed on the market subject to the conditions pertaining to its use listed
under points 4(b), (c) and (d).
1.
20.
Organostannic compounds
Shall not be placed on the market, or used, as substances or in mixtures where the
substance or mixture is acting as biocide in free association paint.
2.
Shall not be placed on the market, or used, as substances or in mixtures where the
substance or mixture acts as biocide to prevent the fouling by micro-organisms,
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
plants or animals of:
(a)
all craft irrespective of their length intended for use in marine, coastal,
estuarine and inland waterways and lakes;
(b)
cages, floats, nets and any other appliances or equipment used for fish or
shellfish farming;
(c)
3.
any totally or partly submerged appliance or equipment.
3.Shall not be placed on the market, or used, as substances or in mixtures where
the substance or mixture is intended for use in the treatment of industrial waters.
21.
22.
Di-μ-oxo-di-n-butylstanniohydrox-
Shall not be placed on the market, or used, as a substance, or in mixtures in a
yborane/Dibutyltin hydrogen borate
concentration equal to, or greater than 0,1 % by weight.
C8H19BO3Sn (DBB)
However, the first paragraph shall not apply to this substance (DBB) or mixtures
CAS No 75113-37-0
containing it if these are intended solely for conversion into articles, among which this
EC No 401-040-5
substance will no longer feature in a concentration equal to or greater than 0,1 %.
Pentachlorophenol
Shall not be placed on the market, or used,
CAS No 87-86-5
— as a substance,
EC No 201-778-6
— as a constituent in other substances, or in mixtures, in a concentration equal to or
and its salts and esters
greater than 0,1 % by weight.
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
For the purpose of this entry, the codes and chapters indicated in square brackets are the
codes and chapters of the tariff and statistical nomenclature of Common Customs Tariff
as established by Council Regulation (EEC) No 2658/87 (*).
1.
Shall not be used to give colour to articles manufactured from the following
substances and mixtures:
(a) — polyvinyl chloride (PVC) [3904 10] [3904 21] [3904 22]
— polyurethane (PUR) [3909 50]
Cadmium
23.
CAS No 7440-43-9
EC No 231-152-8 and its compounds
— low-density polyethylene (ld PE), with the exception of lowdensity polyethylene used for the production of coloured
masterbatch [3901 10]
— cellulose acetate (CA) [3912 11] [3912 12]
— cellulose acetate butyrate (CAB) [3912 11] [3912 12]
— epoxy resins [3907 30]
— melamine — formaldehyde (MF) resins [3909 20]
— urea — formaldehyde (UF) resins [3909 10]
— unsaturated polyesters (UP) [3907 91]
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
— polyethylene terephthalate (PET) [3907 60]
— polybutylene terephthalate (PBT)
— transparent/general-purpose polystyrene [3903 11] [3903 19]
— acrylonitrile methylmethacrylate (AMMA)
— cross-linked polyethylene (VPE)
— high-impact polystyrene
— polypropylene (PP) [3902 10]
(b) paints [3208] [3209]
However, if the paints have a high zinc content, their residual concentration of cadmium
shall be as low as possible and shall in any event be less than 0,1 % by weight.
In any case, whatever their use or intended final purpose, articles or components of
articles manufactured from the substances and mixtures listed above coloured with
cadmium shall not be placed on the market if their cadmium content (expressed as Cd
metal) is greater than 0,01 % by weight of the plastic material.
2.
However, paragraph 1 shall not apply to articles to be coloured for safety
Designation of the substance, of the
Column 1
Designation
of
the
substance, of the
group of of
No.
group
substances or of the mixture
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
reasons.
3.
Shall not be used to stabilise the following mixtures or articles manufactured
from polymers or copolymers of vinyl chloride:
— packaging materials (bags, containers, bottles, lids) [3923 29 10], — office or
school supplies [3926 10],
— fittings for furniture, coachwork or the like [3926 30],
— articles of apparel and clothing accessories (including gloves) [3926 20],
— floor and wall coverings [3918 10],
— impregnated, coated, covered or laminated textile fabrics [5903 10],
— imitation leather [4202],
— gramophone records,
— tubes and pipes and their fittings [3917 23],
— swing doors,
— vehicles for road transport (interior, exterior, underbody),
— coating of steel sheet used in construction or in industry,
— insulation for electrical wiring.
In any case, whatever their use or intended final purpose, the placing on the market of
the above mixtures, articles or components of articles manufactured from polymers or
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
copolymers of vinyl chloride, stabilised by substances containing cadmium is prohibited,
if their cadmium content (expressed as Cd metal) exceeds 0,01 % by weight of the
polymer.
4.
However, paragraph 3 shall not apply to mixtures and articles using cadmiumbased stabilisers for safety reasons.
5.
For the purpose of this entry, “cadmium plating” means any deposit or coating of
metallic cadmium on a metallic surface.
Shall not be used for cadmium plating metallic articles or components of the
articles used in the following sectors/applications:
(a)
equipment and machinery for:
— food production [8210][8417 20][841981] [8421 11] [8421
22] [8422] [8435] [8437] [8438] [847611]
— agriculture [841931][842481][8432][8433] [8434][8436]
— cooling and freezing [8418]
— printing and book-binding [8440] [8442] [8443]
(b)
equipment and machinery for the production of:
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
— household goods [7321] [8421 12] [8450] [8509] [8516]
— furniture [8465] [8466] [9401] [9402] [9403] [9404]
— sanitary ware [7324]
— central heating and air conditioning plant [7322] [8403] [8404]
[8415]
In any case, whatever their use or intended final purpose, the placing on the market of
cadmium-plated articles or components of such articles used in the ectors/applications
listed in points (a) and (b) above and of articles manufactured in the sectors listed in
point (b) above is prohibited.
6.
The provisions referred to in paragraph 5 shall also be applicable to cadmiumplated
articles
or
components
of
such
articles
when
used
in
the
sectors/applications listed in points (a) and (b) below and to articles manufactured
in the sectors listed in (b) below:
(a) equipment and machinery for the production of:
— paper and board [8419 32] [8439] [8441] textiles and clothing
[8444] [8445] [8447] [8448] [8449] [8451] [8452]
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
(b) equipment and machinery for the production of:
— industrial
handling
equipment
and
machinery
[8425]
[8426][8427] [8428] [8429] [8430] [8431]
— road and agricultural vehicles [chapter 87]
— rolling stock [chapter 86]
— vessels [chapter 89]
7.
However, the restrictions in paragraphs 5 and 6 shall not apply to:
—
articles and components of the articles used in the aeronautical,
aerospace, mining, offshore and nuclear sectors whose applications
require high safety standards and in safety devices in road and agricultural vehicles, rolling stock and vessels,
—
electrical contacts in any sector of use, where that is necessary to
ensure the reliability required of the apparatus on which they are
installed.
(*) OJ L 256, 7.9.1987, p. 42.
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
1.
Shall not be placed on the market, or used, as a substance or in mixtures.
Articles containing the substance shall not be placed on the market.
2.
Monomethyl—tetrachlorodi-phenyl
24.
By way of derogation, paragraph 1 shall not apply:
(a)
in the case of plant and machinery already in service on 18 June 1994,
until such plant and machinery is disposed of;
methane
Trade name: Ugilec 141
CAS No 76253-60-6
(b)
in the case of the maintenance of plant and machinery already in
service within a Member State on 18 June 1994.
For the purposes of point (a) Member States may, on grounds of human health protection
and environmental protection, prohibit within their territory the use of such plant or
machinery before it is disposed of.
Monomethyl-dichloro-diphenyl
25.
methane
Shall not be placed on the market, or used, as a substance or in mixtures. Articles
Trade name: Ugilec 121
containing the substance shall not be placed on the market.
Ugilec 21
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
Monomethyl-dibromo-diphenyl
methane
26.
bromobenzylbromotoluene,
mixture of isomers
Trade name: DBBT
Shall not be placed on the market, or used, as a substance or in mixtures. Articles
containing the substance shall not be placed on the market.
CAS No 99688-47-8
1. Shall not be used:
(a) in any post assemblies which are inserted into pierced ears and other pierced parts of
the human body unless the rate of nickel release from such post assemblies is less
than 0,2 μg/cm 2 /week (migration limit);
(b) in articles intended to come into direct and prolonged contact with the skin such
Nickel
27.
as:
CAS No 7440-02-0
— earrings,
EC No 231-111-4 and its compounds
— necklaces, bracelets and chains, anklets, finger rings, — wristwatch cases, watch straps and tighteners,
— rivet buttons, tighteners, rivets, zippers and metal marks, when
these are used in garments,
if the rate of nickel release from the parts of these articles coming into direct and
prolonged contact with the skin is greater than 0,5 μg/cm 2 / week.
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
(c) in articles referred to in point (b) where these have a non-nickel coating unless
such coating is sufficient to ensure that the rate of nickel release from those
parts of such articles coming into direct and prolonged contact with the skin will
not exceed 0,5 μg/cm 2 / week for a period of at least two years of normal use of
the article.
2. Articles which are the subject of paragraph 1 shall not be placed on the
market unless they conform to the requirements set out in that paragraph.
3. The standards adopted by the European Committee for Standardisation (CEN) shall be
used as the test methods for demonstrating the conformity of articles to paragraphs 1
and 2.
28.
Substances which appear in Part 3 of Without prejudice to the other parts of this Annex the following shall apply to entries
Annex VI to Regulation (EC) No 28 to 30:
1272/2008 classified as carcinogen
1. Shall not be placed on the market, or used,
— as substances,
29.
Substances which appear in Part 3 of
Annex VI to Regulation (EC) No
1272/2008 classified as germ cell
mutagen
— as constituents of other substances, or,
— in mixtures,
for supply to the general public when the individual concentration in the substance or
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
mixture is equal to or greater than:
— either the relevant specific concentration limit specified in Part 3 of Annex
VI to Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008, or,
— the relevant concentration specified in Directive 1999/45/EC.
Substances which appear in Part 3 of
Annex VI to Regulation (EC) No
1272/2008 classified as toxic to
reproduction and listed as follows:
— Reproductive toxicant
30.
adverse effects
on sexual function and fertility
or on development or
— reproductive toxicant with R60
(May impair fertility) or
— R61(May cause harm to the
unborn child)
listed in Appendix 6
Without prejudice to the implementation of other Community provisions relating to
the classification, packaging and labelling of substances and mixtures, suppliers shall
ensure before the placing on the market that the packaging of such substances and
mixtures is marked visibly, legibly and indelibly as follows:
“Restricted to professional users”.
2. By way of derogation, paragraph 1 shall not apply to:
(a) medicinal or veterinary products as defined by Directive 2001/82/EC and
Directive 2001/83/EC;
(b) cosmetic products as defined by Directive 76/768/EEC;
(c) the following fuels and oil products:
— motor fuels which are covered by Directive 98/70/EC,
— mineral oil products intended for use as fuel in mobile or fixed combustion
plants,
— fuels sold in closed systems (e.g. liquid gas bottles);
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
(d) artists’ paints covered by Directive 1999/45/EC.
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
(a)
(b)
1. Shall
Creosote; wash oil
the
market,
or
used,
as
substances
or
in
of wood. Furthermore, wood so treated shall not be placed on the market.
2. By way of derogation from paragraph 1:
Creosote oil; wash oil
 The substances and mixtures may be used for wood treatment in industrial
Distillates
installations or by professionals covered by Community legislation on the
(coal
tar),
protection of workers for in situ retreatment only if they contain:
i.
oil
EC No 283-484-8
Creosote
benzo[a]pyrene at a concentration of less than 50 mg/kg (0,00 5 % by
weight), and
CAS No 84650-04-4
oil,
ii.
water extractable phenols at a concentration of less than 3 % by weight.
Such substances and mixtures for use in wood treatment in industrial
acenaphthene
fraction; wash oil
CAS No 90640-84-9
EC No 283-484-8EC No 292-
(e)
on
EC No 232-287-5
naphthalene oils; naphthalene
(d)
placed
mixtures where the substance or mixture is intended for the treatment
EC No 263-047-8
31.
be
CAS No 8001-58-9
CAS No 61789-28-4
(c)
not
installations or by professionals:
— may be placed on the market only in packaging of a capacity equal to or
greater than 20 litres,
— shall not be sold to consumers.
605-3
Without prejudice to the application of other Community provisions on the
Distillates (coal tar), upper;
classification, packaging and labelling of substances and mixtures, suppliers
heavy anthracene oil
shall ensure before the placing on the market that the packaging of such
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
(f)
(g)
CAS No 65996-91-0 EC No
substances and mixtures is visibly, legibly and indelibly marked as follows:
266-026-1
“For use in industrial installations or professional treatment only”.
 Wood treated in industrial installations or by professionals according to
Anthracene oil
CAS No 90640-80-5 EC No
subparagraph (a) which is placed on the market for the first time or retreated in
292-602-7
situ may be used for professional and industrial use only, for example on
Tar acids, coal, crude; crude
railways, in electric power transmission and telecommunications, for fencing,
phenols
for agricultural purposes (for example stakes for tree support) and in harbours
CAS No 65996-85-2 EC No
and waterways.
 The prohibition in paragraph 1 on the placing on the market shall not apply to
266-019-3
(h)
Creosote, wood
wood which has been treated with substances listed in entry 31 (a) to (i) before
CAS No 8021-39-4 EC No
31 December 2002 and is placed on the second- hand market for re-use.
232-419-1
(i)
Low
temperature
3. Treated wood referred to under paragraph 2(b) and (c) shall not be used:
tar
oil,
 inside buildings, whatever their purpose,
alkaline; extract residues (coal),
 in toys,
low
 in playgrounds,
temperature
coal
tar
alkaline
CAS No 122384-78-5 EC No
310-191-5
 in parks, gardens, and outdoor recreational and leisure facilities where there is a
risk of frequent skin contact,
 in the manufacture of garden furniture such as picnic tables, — for the
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
manufacture and use and any re-treatment of:
 containers intended for growing purposes,
 packaging that may come into contact with raw materials, intermediate or
finished products destined for human and/or animal consumption,
 other materials which may contaminate the articles mentioned above.
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
Without prejudice to the other parts of this Annex, the following shall apply to entries
Chloroform
32.
CAS No 67-66-3
32 to 38.
1. Shall not be placed on the market, or used,
 as substances,
EC No 200-663-8
 as constituents of other substances, or in mixtures in concentrations equal to or
greater than 0,1 % by weight,
34.
1,1,2-Trichloroethane
where the substance or mixture is intended for supply to the general public and/or is
CAS No 79-00-5
intended for diffusive applications such as in surface cleaning and cleaning of
EC No 201-166-9
fabrics.
1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane
35.
2. Without prejudice to the application of other Community provisions on the
CAS No 79-34-5
classification, packaging and labelling of substances and mixtures, suppliers shall
EC No 201-197-8
ensure before the placing on the market that the packaging of such substances and
mixtures containing them in concentrations equal to or greater than 0,1 % by weight
is visibly, legibly and indelibly marked as follows:
36.
1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane
CAS No 630-20-6
“For use in industrial installations only”.
By way of derogation this provision shall not apply to:
(a)
medicinal or veterinary products as defined by Directive 2001/82/EC and
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
Directive 2001/83/EC;
(b)
Pentachloroethane
37.
CAS No 76-01-7
EC No 200-925-1
1,1-Dichloroethene
38.
CAS No 75-35-4
EC No 200-864-0
cosmetic products as defined by Directive 76/768/EEC.
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
1. Shall not be used, as substance or as mixtures in aerosol dispensers where these
aerosol dispensers are intended for supply to the general public for entertainment
and decorative purposes such as the following:
 metallic glitter intended mainly for decoration,
 artificial snow and frost,
 “whoopee” cushions,
40.
Substances meeting the criteria of
flammability in Directive 6 7/548/
EEC and classified as flammable,
highly flammable or extremely
flammable regardless of whether they
appear in Part 3 of Annex VI to
Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 or not.
 silly string aerosols,
 imitation excrement,
 horns for parties,
 decorative flakes and foams,
 artificial cobwebs,
 stink bombs.
2. Without prejudice to the application of other Community provisions on the
classification, packaging and labelling of substances, suppliers shall ensure before
the placing on the market that the packaging of aerosol dispensers referred to above
is marked visibly, legibly and indelibly with:
“For professional users only”.
3. By way of derogation, paragraphs 1 and 2 shall not apply to the aerosol dispensers
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
42. Alkanes, C 10 -C 13 , chloro (shortchain chlorinated paraffins)
(SCCPs)
EC No 287-476-5
CAS No 85535-84-8
referred to Article 8 (1a) of Council Directive 75/ 324/EEC (**).
4. The aerosol dispensers referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 shall not be placed on the
market unless they conform to the requirements indicated.
_______________________
(**) OJ L 147, 9.6.1975, p. 40.
41.
Hexachloroethane
Shall not be placed on the market, or used, as substance or in mixtures, where the
CAS No 67-72-1
substance or mixture is intended for the manufacturing or processing of non-ferrous
EC No 200-666-4
metals.
Shall not be placed on the market, or used as substances, or as constituents of other
42.
substances or in mixtures in concentrations greater than 1 % by weight, where the
Alkanes, C10-C 13 , chloro (short- chain
substance or mixture is intended for:
chlorinated paraffins) (SCCPs)
— metalworking,
EC No 287-476-5
CAS No 85535-84-8
— fat liquoring of leather.
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
1. Azodyes which, by reductive cleavage of one or more azo groups, may release one or
more of the aromatic amines listed in Appendix 8, in detectable concentrations, i.e.
above 30 mg/kg (0,003 % by weight) in the articles or in the dyed parts thereof,
according to the testing methods listed in Appendix 10, shall not be used, in textile
and leather articles which may come into direct and prolonged contact with the
human skin or oral cavity, such as:
— clothing, bedding, towels, hairpieces, wigs, hats, nappies and other sanitary
items, sleeping bags,
— footwear, gloves, wristwatch straps, handbags, purses/wallets, briefcases, chair
43.
Azocolourants and Azodyes
covers, purses worn round the neck,
— textile or leather toys and toys which include textile or leather garments,
— yarn and fabrics intended for use by the final consumer.
2. Furthermore, the textile and leather articles referred to in paragraph 1 shall not be
placed on the market unless they conform to the requirements set out in that
paragraph.
3. Azodyes, which are contained in Appendix 9, “List of azodyes” shall not be placed
on the market, or used, as substances, or in mixtures in concentrations greater than
0,1 % by weight, where the substance or the mixture is intended for colouring textile
and leather articles.
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
1. Shall not be placed on the market, or used,
— as a substance,
— in mixtures in concentrations greater than 0,1 % by weight.
2. Articles shall not be placed on the market if they, or flame-retarded parts thereof,
contain this substance in concentrations greater than 0,1 % by weight.
44.
Diphenylether, pentabromo derivative
C12H5Br5O
3. By way of derogation, paragraph 2 shall not apply — to articles that were in use in
the Community before 15 August 2004,
— to electrical and electronic equipment within the scope of Directive 2002/95/EC
of the European Parliament and Council (***).
__________________________
(***) OJ L 37, 13.2.2003, p. 19.
1. Shall not be placed on the market, or used:
— as a substance,
Diphenylether, octabromo derivative
45.
C12H2Br8O
— as a constituent of other substances, or in mixtures, in concentrations greater than
0,1 % by weight.
2. Articles shall not be placed on the market if they, or flame-retardant parts thereof,
contain this substance in concentrations greater than 0,1 % by weight
3. By way of derogation, paragraph 2 shall not apply:
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
— to articles that were in use in the Community before 15 August 2004,
— to electrical and electronic equipment within the scope of Directive 2002/95/EC.
46. (a) Nonylphenol
C6 H4(OH)C9 H19
CAS 25154-52-3
EC 246-672-0
(b) Nonylphenol ethoxylates
(C2H4O)nC15H24O
(a)
Nonylphenol
C 6 H4(OH)C 9 H 19
46.
(b)
Shall not be placed on the market, or used, as substances or in mixtures in
concentrations equal to or greater than 0,1 % by weight for the following purposes:
(1) industrial and institutional cleaning except:
— controlled closed dry cleaning systems where the washing liquid is recycled or
incinerated,
— cleaning systems with special treatment where the washing liquid is recycled or
incinerated.
CAS 25154-52-3
(2) domestic cleaning;
EC 246-672-0
(3) textiles and leather processing except:
Nonylphenol ethoxylates
(C2 H4 O)n C15 H24 O
— processing with no release into waste water,
— systems with special treatment where the process water is pre- treated to remove
the organic fraction completely prior to biological waste water treatment
(degreasing of sheepskin);
(4) emulsifier in agricultural teat dips;
(5) metal working except:
uses in controlled closed systems where the washing liquid is recycled or
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
incinerated;
(6) manufacturing of pulp and paper;
(7) cosmetic products;
(8) other personal care products except: spermicides;
(9) co-formulants in pesticides and biocides. However national authorisations for
pesticides or biocidal products containing nonylphenol ethoxylates as coformulant, granted before 17 July 2003, shall not be affected by this restriction
until their date of expiry.
1. Cement and cement-containing mixtures shall not be placed on the market, or used,
if they contain, when hydrated, more than 2 mg/kg (0,0002 %) soluble chromium VI
of the total dry weight of the cement.
2. If reducing agents are used, then without prejudice to the application of other
47.
Community provisions on the classification, packaging and labelling of substances
Chromium VI compounds
and mixtures, suppliers shall ensure before the placing on the market that the
packaging of cement or cement-containing mixtures is visibly, legibly and indelibly
marked with information on the packing date, as well as on the storage conditions
and the storage period appropriate to maintaining the activity of the reducing agent
and to keeping the content of soluble chromium VI below the limit indicated in
48. Toluene
CAS No 108-88-3
EC No 203-625-9
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
paragraph 1.
3. By way of derogation, paragraphs 1 and 2 shall not apply to the placing on the
market for, and use in, controlled closed and totally automated processes in which
cement and cement-containing mixtures are handled solely by machines and in
which there is no possibility of contact with the skin.
48.
Toluene
Shall not be placed on the market, or used, as a substance or in mixtures in a
CAS No 108-88-3
concentration equal to or greater than 0,1 % by weight where the substance or mixture
EC No 203-625-9
is used in adhesives or spray paints intended for supply to the general public.
Shall not be placed on the market, or used, as a substance or in mixtures in a
Trichlorobenzene
49.
concentration equal to or greater than 0,1 % by weight for any use except:
CAS No 120-82-1
— as an intermediate of synthesis, or,
EC No 204-428-0
— as a process solvent in closed chemical applications for chlorination reactions, or,
— in the manufacture of 1,3,5-triamino
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
— 2,4,6-trinitrobenzene (TATB).
Polycyclic-aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH)
(a) Benzo[a]pyrene (BaP)
CAS No 50-32-8
(b) Benzo[e]pyrene (BeP)
CAS No 192-97-2
(c) Benzo[a]anthracene (BaA)
CAS No 56-55-3
(d) Chrysen (CHR)
50.
CAS No 218-01-9
(e) Benzo[b]fluoranthene (BbFA)
CAS No 205-99-2
(f) Benzo[j]fluoranthene (BjFA)
CAS No 205-82-3
(g) Benzo[k]fluoranthene (BkFA)
CAS No 207-08-9
(h) Dibenzo[a,h]anthracene (DBAhA)
CAS No 53-70-3
1. From 1 January 2010, extender oils shall not be placed on the market, or used for
the production of tyres or parts of tyres if they contain:
— more than 1 mg/kg (0,0001 % by weight) BaP, or,
— more than 10 mg/kg (0,00 1 % by weight) of the sum of all listed PAHs.
These limits shall be regarded as kept, if the polycyclic aromatics (PCA) extract is
less than 3 % by weight as measured by the Institute of Petroleum standard IP346:
1998 (Determination of PCA in unused lubri-cating base oils and asphaltene free
petroleum fractions — Dimethyl sulphoxide extraction refractive index method),
provided that compliance with the limit values of BaP and of the listed PAHs, as
well as the correlation of the measured values with the PCA extract, is controlled by
the manufacturer or importer every six months or after each major operational
change, whichever is earlier.
2. Furthermore, tyres and treads for retreading manufactured after 1 January 2010 shall
not be placed on the market if they contain extender oils exceeding the limits
indicated in paragraph 1.
These limits shall be regarded as kept, if the vulcanised rubber compounds do not
exceed the limit of 0,35 % Bay protons as measured and calculated by ISO 21461
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
(Rubber vulcanised — Determination of aromaticity of oil in vulcanised rubber
compounds).
3. By way of derogation, paragraph 2 shall not apply to retreaded tyres if their tread
does not contain extender oils exceeding the limits referred to in paragraph 1.
4. For the purpose of this entry “tyres” shall mean tyres for vehicles covered by:
— Directive 200 7/46/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 5
September 2007 establishing a framework for the approval of motor vehicles and
their trailers (****),
— Directive 2003/37/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 May
2003 on type-approval of agricultural or forestry tractors, their trailers and
interchangeable towed machinery, together with their systems, components and
separate technical units (*****), and
— Directive 2002/24/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18
March 2002 relating to the type-approval of two or three-wheel motor vehicles
and repealing Council Directive 92/61/EEC (******).
____________________________________________________________________
(****) OJ L 263, 9.10.2007, p. 1.
(*****) OJ L 171, 9.7.2003, p. 1.
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
(******) OJ L 124, 9.5.2002, p. 1.
The following phthalates (or other CAS and 1. Shall not be used as substances or in mixtures, in concentrations greater than 0,1 %
EC numbers covering the substance):
(a) Bis (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP)
51.
by weight of the plasticised material, in toys and childcare articles.
2. Toys and childcare articles containing these phthalates in a concentration greater
CAS No 117-81-7
than 0,1 % by weight of the plasticised material shall not be placed on the market.
EC No 204-211-0
3. The Commission shall re-evaluate, by 16 January 2010, the measures provided for
(b) Dibutyl phthalate (DBP)
in relation to this entry in the light of new scientific information on such substances
CAS No 84-74-2
and their substitutes, and if justified, these measures shall be modified accordingly.
EC No 201-557-4
4. For the purpose of this entry “childcare article” shall mean any product intended to
(c) Benzyl butyl phthalate (BBP)
CAS No 85-68-7
facilitate sleep, relaxation, hygiene, the feeding of children or sucking on the part of
children.
EC No 201-622-7
The following phthalates (or other CAS- and 1. Shall not be used as substances or in mixtures, in concentrations greater than 0,1 %
52.
EC numbers covering the substance):
by weight of the plasticised material, in toys and childcare articles which can be
(a) Di-“isononyl” phthalate (DINP)
placed in the mouth by children.
CAS No 28553-12-0 and 685 15-48-0
EC No 249-079-5 and 27 1-090-9
(b) Di-“isodecyl” phthalate (DIDP)
2. Such toys and childcare articles containing these phthalates in a concentration
greater than 0,1 % by weight of the plasticised material shall not be placed on the
market.
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
CAS No 26761-40-0 and 685 15-49-1
EC No 247-977-1 and 27 1-09 1-4
(c) Di-n-octyl phthalate (DNOP)
3. The Commission shall re-evaluate, by 16 January 2010, the measures provided for
in relation to this entry in the light of new scientific information on such substances
and their substitutes, and if justified, these measures shall be modified accordingly.
CAS No 117-84-0
4. For the purpose of this entry “childcare article” shall mean any product intended to
EC No 204-214-7
facilitate sleep, relaxation, hygiene, the feeding of children or sucking on the part of
children.
1. Shall not be placed on the market, or used, as substances or in mixtures in
concentrations equal to or greater than 50 mg/kg (0,005 % by weight).
2. Shall not be placed on the market in semi-finished products or articles, or parts
thereof, if the concentration of PFOS is equal to or greater than 0,1 % by weight
53.
Perfluorooctane sulfonates (PFOS)
calculated with reference to the mass of structurally or microstructurally distinct
C8F17SO2X
parts that contain PFOS or, for textiles or other coated materials, if the amount of
(X = OH, Metal salt (O-M+), halide, amide,
PFOS is equal to or greater than 1 μg/ m 2 of the coated material.
and other derivatives including polymers)
3. By way of derogation, paragraphs 1 and 2 shall not apply to the following items, nor
to substances and mixtures needed to produce them:
(a) photoresists or anti-reflective coatings for photolithography processes;
(b) photographic coatings applied to films, papers, or printing plates;
(c) mist suppressants for non-decorative hard chromium (VI) plating and wetting
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
agents for use in controlled electroplating systems where the amount of PFOS
released into the environment is minimised, by fully applying relevant best
available techniques developed within the framework of Directive 2008/1/EC
(*******);
(d) hydraulic fluids for aviation.
4. By way of derogation from paragraph 1, fire-fighting foams that were placed on the
market before 27 December 2006 may be used until 27 June 2011.
5. By way of derogation, paragraph 2 shall not apply to articles that were in use in the
Community before 27 June 2008.
6. Paragraphs 1 and 2 shall apply without prejudice to Regulation (EC) No 648/2004
of the European Parliament and of the Council (********).
7. As soon as new information on details of uses and safer alternative substances or
technologies for the uses becomes available, the Commission shall review each of
the derogations in paragraph 3(a) to (d) so that:
(a) the uses of PFOS will be phased out as soon as the use of safer alternatives is
technically and economically feasible;
(b) a derogation can only be continued for essential uses for which safer
alternatives do not exist and where the efforts undertaken to find safer
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
alternatives have been reported on;
(c) releases of PFOS into the environment have been minimised, by applying best
available techniques.
8. The Commission shall keep under review the ongoing risk assessment activities and
the availability of safer alternative substances or technologies related to the uses of
perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and related substances and propose all necessary
measures to reduce identified risks, including restrictions on marketing and use, in
particular when safer alternative substances or technologies, that are technically and
economically feasible, are available.
_____________________________
(*******) OJ L 24, 29.1.2008, p. 8.
(********) OJ L 104, 8.4.2004, p. 1.
2-(2-methoxyethoxy)ethanol (DEGME)
54.
CAS No 111-77-3
EC No 203-906-6
Shall not be placed on the market after 27 June 2010, for supply to the general
public, as a constituent of paints, paint strippers, cleaning agents, self-shining
emulsions or floor sealants in concentrations equal to or greater than 0,1 % by
weight.
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Column 2
Conditions of restriction
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
1. Shall not be placed on the market for the first time after 27 June 2010, for supply to
the general public, as a constituent of spray paints or spray cleaners in aerosol
dispensers in concentrations equal to or greater than 3 % by weight.
2. Spray paints and spray cleaners in aerosol dispensers containing DEGBE and not
conforming to paragraph 1 shall not be placed on the market for supply to the
2-(2-butoxyethoxy)ethanol (DEGBE)
55.
CAS No 112-34-5
EC No 203-961-6
general public after 27 December 2010.
3. Without prejudice to other Community legislation concerning the classification,
packaging and labelling of substances and mixtures, suppliers shall ensure before
the placing on the market that paints other than spray paints containing DEGBE in
concentrations equal to or greater than 3 % by weight of that are placed on the
market for supply to the general public are visibly, legibly and indelibly marked by
27 December 2010 as follows:
“Do not use in paint spraying equipment”.
1. Shall not be placed on the market after 27 December 2010, as a constituent of
56.
Methylenediphenyl diisocyanate (MDI)
mixtures in concentrations equal to or greater than 0,1 % by weight of MDI for
CAS No 26447-40-5
supply to the general public, unless suppliers shall ensure before the placing on the
EC No 247-714-0
market that the packaging:
(a) contains protective gloves which comply with the requirements of Council
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
Directive 89/686/EEC (*********);
(b) is marked visibly, legibly and indelibly as follows, and without prejudice to
other Community legislation concerning the classification, packaging and
labelling of substances and mixtures:
“—
Persons already sensitised to diisocyanates may develop allergic reactions
when using this product.
— Persons suffering from asthma, eczema or skin problems should
avoid contact, including dermal contact, with this product.
— This product should not be used under conditions of poor ventilation unless
a protective mask with an appropriate gas filter (i.e. type A1 according to
standard EN 14387) is used.”
2. By way of derogation, paragraph 1(a) shall not apply to hot melt adhesives.
_________________________________
(*********) OJ L 399, 30.12.1989, p. 18.
Cyclohexane
57.
CAS No 110-82-7
EC No 203-806-2
1. Shall not be placed on the market for the first time after 27 June 2010, for supply to
the general public, as a constituent of neoprene-based contact adhesives in
concentrations equal to or greater than 0,1 % by weight in package sizes greater
than 350 g.
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
2. Neoprene-based contact adhesives containing cyclohexane and not conforming to
paragraph 1 shall not be placed on the market for supply to the general public after
27 December 2010.
3. Without prejudice to other Community legislation concerning the clas¬sification,
packaging and labelling of substances and mixtures, suppliers shall ensure before
the placing on the market that neoprene-based contact adhesives containing
cyclohexane in concentrations equal to or greater than 0,1 % by weight that are
placed on the market for supply to the general public after 27 December 2010 are
visibly, legibly and indelibly marked as follows:
“— This product is not to be used under conditions of poor ventilation.
— This product is not to be used for carpet laying.”.
1. Shall not be placed on the market for the first time after 27 June 2010 as a
Ammonium nitrate (AN)
58.
CAS No 6484-52-2
EC No 229-347-8
substance, or in mixtures that contain more than 28 % by weight of nitrogen in
relation to ammonium nitrate, for use as a solid fertiliser, straight or compound,
unless the fertiliser complies with the technical provisions for ammonium nitrate
fertilisers of high nitrogen content set out in Annex III to Regulation (EC) No
2003/2003 of the European Parliament and of the Council (**********).
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
2. Shall not be placed on the market after 27 June 2010 as a substance, or in mixtures
that contain 16 % or more by weight of nitrogen in relation to ammonium nitrate
except for supply to:
(a) downstream users and distributors, including natural or legal persons licensed or
authorised in accordance with Council Directive 93/1 5/EEC (***********);
(b) farmers for use in agricultural activities, either full time or part time and not
necessarily related to the size of the land area.
For the purposes of this subparagraph:
(i) “farmer” shall mean a natural or legal person, or a group of natural or legal
persons, whatever legal status is granted to the group and its members by
national law, whose holding is situated within Community territory, as
referred to in Article 299 of the Treaty, and who exercises an agricultural
activity;
(ii) “agricultural activity” shall mean the production, rearing or growing of
agricultural products including harvesting, milking, breeding animals and
keeping animals for farming purposes, or maintaining the land in good
agricultural and environmental condition as established under Article 5 of
Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003 (************);
Designation of the substance, of the
No.
group of
Conditions of restriction
substances or of the mixture
(c) natural or legal persons engaged in professional activities such as horticulture,
plant growing in greenhouses, maintenance of parks, gardens or sport pitches,
forestry or other similar activities.
3. However, for the restrictions in paragraph 2, Member States may until 1 July 2014,
for socioeconomic reasons, apply a limit of up to 20 % by weight of nitrogen in
relation to ammonium nitrate for substances and mixtures placed on the market
within their territories. They shall inform the Commission and other Member States
thereof.
_________________________
(**********) OJ L 304, 21.11.2003, p. 1.
(***********) OJ L 121, 15.5.1993, p. 20.
(************) OJ L 270, 21.10.2003, p. 1.
Substances of Very High Concern yang dimasukkan dalam restriction Candidate List
NO.
SUBSTANCE NAME
EC
NUMBER
CAS
NUMBER
1.
Anthracene oil
292-602-7
90640-80-5
2.
Anthracene oil, anthracene
paste, distn. lights
295-278-5
91995-17-4
3.
Anthracene oil, anthracene
paste, anthracene fraction
295-275-9
91995-15-2
4.
Anthracene oil, anthracene-low 292-604-8
90640-82-7
REASON FOR
PROPOSAL
Persistent,
bioaccumulative and
toxic; Very persistent
and very
bioaccumulative;
Carcinogen, category 21)
Persistent,
bioaccumulative and
toxic; Very persistent
and very
bioaccumulative;
Carcinogen, category
22); Mutagen,
category 23)
Persistent,
bioaccumulative and
toxic; Very persistent
and very
bioaccumulative;
Carcinogen, category
22) Mutagen,
category 23)
Persistent,
bioaccumulative and
toxic; Very persistent
and very
bioaccumulative;
POTENTIAL USES
The substances are mainly used in the
manufacture of other substances such as
anthracene and carbon black. They may
also be used as reducing agents in blast
furnaces, as components in bunker fuel, for
impregnating, sealing and corrosion
protection.
NO.
5.
SUBSTANCE NAME
Anthracene oil, anthracene
paste
6.
Pitch, coal tar, high temp.
7.
Aluminosilicate
Refractory
Ceramic Fibres
Aluminosilicate
Refractory
Ceramic Fibres are fibres
covered by index number
650-017-00-8 in Annex VI,
part 3, table 3.2 of Regulation
(EC) No 1272/2008, and
fulfil the two following
conditions:
a) Al2O3 and SiO2 are
present
within
the
EC
NUMBER
292-603-2
266-028-2
-
CAS
NUMBER
REASON FOR
PROPOSAL
Carcinogen, category
22) Mutagen,
category 23)
Persistent,
bioaccumulative and
toxic; Very persistent
and very
90640-81-6
bioaccumulative;
Carcinogen., category
22); Mutagen,
category 23)
POTENTIAL USES
Persistent,
bioaccumulative and
toxic; Very persistent
65996-93-2
and very
bioaccumulative;
Carcinogen, category 2
Pitch, coal tar, high temp. is mainly used in
the production of electrodes for industrial
applications.
Smaller
volumes
are
dedicated to specific uses such as heavy
duty corrosion protection, special purpose
paving, manufacture of other substances and
the production of clay targets.
-
Refractory ceramic fibres are used for hightemperature insulation, almost exclusively
in industrial applications (insulation of
industrial
furnaces
and
equipment,
equipment for the automotive and
aircraft/aerospace industry) and in fire
protection (buildings and industrial process
equipment).
Carcinogen, category 2
NO.
8.
SUBSTANCE NAME
following concentration
ranges:
 Al2O3: 43.5 – 47 %
w/w, and SiO2: 49.5 –
53.5 % w/w,
or
 Al2O3: 45.5 – 50.5 %
w/w, and SiO2: 48.5 –
54 % w/w,
b) fibres have a length
weighted
geometric
mean diameter less two
standard
geometric
errors of 6 or less
micrometers (μm).
Zirconia
Aluminosilicate,
Refractory Ceramic Fibres
Zirconia
Aluminosilicate
Refractory Ceramic Fibres
are fibres covered by index
number 650-017-00-8 in
Annex VI, part 3, table
3.2 of Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008, and fulfil the two
following conditions:
a) Al2O3, SiO2 and ZrO2
are present within the
following concentration
ranges:
 Al2O3: 35 – 36 % w/w,
EC
NUMBER
CAS
NUMBER
-
REASON FOR
PROPOSAL
Carcinogen,
category 2
POTENTIAL USES
Refractory ceramic fibres are used for hightemperature insulation, almost exclusively
in industrial applications (insulation of
industrial
furnaces
and
equipment,
equipment for the automotive and
aircraft/aerospace industry) and in fire
protection (buildings and industrial process
equipment).
NO.
SUBSTANCE NAME
EC
NUMBER
CAS
NUMBER
REASON FOR
PROPOSAL
POTENTIAL USES
and
 SiO2: 47.5 – 50 % w/w,
and
 ZrO2: 15 - 17 % w/w,
b) fibres have a length
weighted
geometric
mean diameter less two
standard
geometric
errors of 6 or less
micrometers (μm).
9.
2,4-Dinitrotoluene
10. Diisobutyl phthalate
11. Lead chromate
204-450-0
121-14-2
Carcinogen, category 2
201-553-2
84-69-5
Toxic forreproduction,
category 2
7758-97-6
Carcinogen, category 2;
Toxic forreproduction,
category 1
231-846-0
2,4-dinitrotoluene is used in the
production of toluene diisocyanate, which
is used for the manufacture of flexible
polyurethane foams. The substance is also
used as gelatinizing-plasticizing agent for
the manufacture of explosives.
Diisobutyl
phthalate is
used
polyacrylate and polyacetate dispersions,
and as a gelling aid in combination with
other plasticisers, which are widely used for
plastics, lacquers, adhesives, explosive
material and nail polish.
Lead chromate is used for manufacturing
pigments and dyes, and as a pigment or
coating agent in industrial and maritime
paint products or varnishes. Further
potential uses may be associated with the
formulation of detergents and bleaches,
photosensitive materials, the manufacture
of pyrotechnic powder or the embalming /
NO.
SUBSTANCE NAME
EC
NUMBER
CAS
NUMBER
REASON FOR
PROPOSAL
Lead chromate molybdate
12. sulphate red (C.I. Pigment
Red 104)
235-759-9
Carcinogen, category 2;
12656-85-8 Toxic forreproduction,
category 1
Lead sulfochromate yellow
(C.I.
Pigment Yellow 34)
21 5-693-7
1344-37-2
Carcinogen, category 2;
Toxic forreproduction,
category 1
204-118-5
115-96-8
Toxic forreproduction,
category 2
13.
14. tris(2-chloroethyl)phosphate
POTENTIAL USES
restoring of art products.
Lead chromate molybdate sulphate red (C.I.
Pigment Red 104) is used as a colouring,
painting and coating agent in sectors such
as the rubber, plastic and paints, coatings
and varnishes industries. Applications
comprise the production of agricultural
equipment, vehicles and aircraft as well as
road and airstrip painting.
Lead sulfochromate yellow (C.I. Pigment
Yellow 34) is used as a colouring,
painting and coating agent in sectors such
as the rubber, plastic and paints, coatings
and varnishes industries. Applications
comprise the production of agricultural
equipment, vehicles and aircraft as well as
road and airstrip painting. The substance
is further used for camouflage or
ammunition marking in the defence area.
Tris(2-chloroethyl)phosphate is mainly used
as an additive plasticiser and viscosity
regulator with flame-retarding properties
for acrylic resins, polyurethane, polyvinyl
chloride and other polymers. Other fields of
application are adhesives, coatings, flame
resistant paints and varnishes. The main
industrial branches to use TCEP are the
furniture, the textile and the building
industry.
DAFTAR HS 6 DIGIT KOMODITAS EKSPOR NON MIGAS INDONESIA KE UNI EROPA
(US $ JUTA)
TREND (%) PANGSA (%)
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
HS6
151110
270112
400122
151190
260300
151321
640319
090111
940360
270119
844331
151311
640399
852580
440929
230660
852721
382490
382319
030613
441294
180400
852190
401110
292241
611020
640411
620342
620520
200820
400121
610990
940381
URAIAN
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
JAN-SEP
PERTUMB.
(%)
PALM OIL AND ITS FRACTIONS, CRUDE,
325.19
NOT CHEMICALLY
381.39
487.93
MODIFIED709.05
1,404.69
42.57
9.14
945.79
852.21
-9.89
BITUMINOUS COAL, WHETHER OR NOT
245.22
PULVERIZED,
464.21 BUT654.82
NOT AGGLOMERATED
403.95
775.56
24.16
5.05
503.35
438.75
-12.83
TECHNICALLY SPECIFIED NATURAL304.77
RUBBER (TSNR)
265.30 IN PRIMARY
507.39 FORMS
592.36OR IN 725.22
PLATES, SHEETS
28.88
OR STRIP 4.72
584.91
219.62
-62.45
PALM OIL AND ITS FRACTIONS, REFINED
238.60BUT NOT
284.44
CHEMICALLY
284.93 MODIFIED
458.76
679.51
29.32
4.42
534.11
293.54
-45.04
COPPER ORES AND CONCENTRATES453.69
784.24
976.77
1,183.50
598.64
10.14
3.89
509.79
695.45
36.42
PALM KERNEL OR BABASSU OIL AND
222.44
THEIR FRACTIONS,
224.31
CRUDE,
219.55 NOT
280.56
CHEMICALLY
454.86MODIFIED
17.99
2.96
331.64
168.52
-49.19
SPORTS FOOTWEAR (OTHER THAN SKI
229.78
FOOTWEAR)
297.08NESOI,404.43
WITH OUTER
398.57
SOLES446.83
OF RUBBER, PLASTICS,
17.63
LEATHER
2.91 OR COMPOSITION
323.85
284.09
LEATHER -12.28
AND UPPERS O
COFFEE, NOT ROASTED, NOT DECAFFEINATED
88.52
174.29
181.58
177.21
396.21
35.18
2.58
313.62
233.24
-25.63
WOODEN FURNITURE, NESOI
269.37
345.88
319.63
357.20
349.89
5.71
2.28
276.53
209.56
-24.22
COAL, OTHER THAN ANTHRACITE OR21.63
BITUMINOUS,
51.43WHETHER
193.21OR NOT
169.45
PULVERIZED,
253.30 BUT NOT
84.28
AGGLOMERATED
1.65
167.99
223.57
33.08
MACHINES WHICH PERFORM TWO OR
195.24
MORE OF299.11
THE FUNCTIONS
164.47 OF PRINTING,
216.96
COPYING
248.36
OR FACSIMILE
1.62
TRANSMISSION,
1.62
186.52
CAPABLE
166.24
OF CONNECTING
-10.88 TO AN A
COCONUT (COPRA) OIL AND ITS FRACTIONS,
93.45
CRUDE,
156.87 NOT CHEMICALLY
64.29
202.06
MODIFIED
220.49
21.77
1.43
195.86
68.81
-64.87
FOOTWEAR, WITH OUTER SOLES OF RUBBER,
35.30
PLASTICS
40.76
OR76.64
COMPOSITION
163.08 LEATHER
198.98AND UPPERS
62.34 OF LEATHER
1.29NESOI,
142.33
NOT COVERING
124.17 THE ANKLE
-12.76
TELEVISION CAMERAS, DIGITAL CAMERAS
175.46 AND
193.18
VIDEO CAMERA
154.43 RECORDERS.
218.68
193.02
3.20
1.26
146.62
182.54
24.50
NON-CONIFEROUS;OTHER
73.88
80.42
151.83
152.33
167.49
25.55
1.09
132.81
100.07
-24.65
PALM NUT OR KERNEL OILCAKE AND53.33
OTHER SOLID
53.42RESIDUES
67.29RESULTING
123.84 FROM
162.02
THE EXTRACTION
35.84 OF PALM
1.05
NUTS OR
126.07
KERNELS,59.02
WHETHER OR
-53.19
NOT GROUND
RADIOBROADCAST RECEIVERS FOR 110.46
MOTOR VEHICLES,
120.69 COMBINED
97.14
WITH
153.34SOUND
135.83
RECORDING 6.75
OR REPRODUCING
0.88 APPARATUS,
100.52
NOT
48.61
CAPABLE OF
-51.64
OPERATING
PRODUCTS, PREPARATIONS AND RESIDUAL
0.01 PRODUCTS
0.05 OF THE
0.01CHEMICAL
3.56 OR ALLIED
125.61 INDUSTRIES,
986.93 INCL. THOSE
0.82 CONSISTING
53.50
OF88.56
MIXTURES OF
65.53
NATURAL PR
FATTY ACIDS, INDUSTRIAL, MONOCARBOXYLIC;
60.75
49.52
ACID OILSFROM
73.08 REFINING
76.68 (EXCL.
125.34
STEARIC 20.75
ACID, OLEIC ACID
0.82AND TALL
97.74OIL FATTY
69.38 ACIDS) -29.02
SHRIMPS AND PRAWNS, INCLUDING114.77
IN SHELL, COOKED
132.62
BY
159.16
STEAMING
137.85
OR BY BOILING
122.26 IN WATER,
1.66 FROZEN 0.80
98.65
67.19
-31.89
Plywood, veneered panels&similar laminated12.46
wood, of blockboard,
10.88
laminboard&battenboard
4.12
77.93
117.07
90.59
0.76
92.43
57.44
-37.86
COCOA BUTTER, FAT AND OIL
46.16
57.42
75.84
105.82
116.35
27.89
0.76
91.92
62.37
-32.14
VIDEO RECORDING OR REPRODUCING
93.05
APPARATUS,
75.45OTHER
144.26
THAN MAGNETIC
70.54
TAPE-TYPE
114.83
3.60
0.75
27.47
245.41
793.50
NEW PNEUMATIC TIRES, OF RUBBER,74.51
OF A KIND79.88
USED ON MOTOR
93.06 CARS
115.46
(INCLUDING
110.42 STATION
12.25
WAGONS AND0.72
RACING 86.22
CARS)
73.42
-14.84
LYSINE AND ITS ESTERS; SALTS THEREOF
79.47
67.06
63.13
78.93
100.21
6.47
0.65
74.24
47.94
-35.43
SWEATERS, PULLOVERS, SWEATSHIRTS,
96.59VESTS AND
93.14 SIMILAR
106.49
ARTICLES
92.53
OF COTTON,
95.52 KNITTED
-0.29
OR CROCHETED
0.62
73.14
60.47
-17.33
SPORTS FOOTWEAR, INCLUDING TENNIS
49.49SHOES,41.78
BASKETBALL
22.64SHOES58.39
AND GYM 94.23
SHOES, WITH17.62
OUTER SOLES0.61
OF RUBBER
64.97
OR PLASTICS
71.48 AND UPPERS
10.02 OF TEXT
MEN'S OR BOYS' TROUSERS, BIB AND 40.18
BRACE OVERALLS,
45.14
BREECHES
55.53
AND
85.61SHORTS
91.46
OF COTTON,
25.68
NOT KNITTED0.60
OR CROCHETED
68.04
64.23
-5.60
MEN'S OR BOYS' SHIRTS OF COTTON, 57.51
NOT KNITTED
60.58OR CROCHETED
66.52
84.79
90.87
13.33
0.59
69.09
65.69
-4.92
PINEAPPLES, PREPARED OR PRESERVED,
34.60WHETHER
50.32OR NOT47.24
CONTAINING
22.44ADDED88.73
SWEETENING
11.36
OR SPIRIT, NESOI
0.58
71.13
38.16
-46.35
NATURAL RUBBER IN SMOKED SHEETS
34.60
89.56
138.16
112.28
85.88
22.68
0.56
79.24
12.55
-84.16
T-SHIRTS, SINGLETS, TANK TOPS AND34.71
SIMILAR GARMENTS,
42.42
55.98
OF TEXTILE
66.73
MATERIALS
82.43NESOI, KNITTED
24.39
OR CROCHETED
0.54
64.39
62.61
-2.76
Furniture of banboo/rattan.
9.33
13.22
74.36
72.70
75.02
79.91
0.49
62.60
35.95
-42.57
Sumber: BPS, diolah
04-08
2008
2008
2009
DAFTAR HS 6 DIGIT KOMODITAS EKSPOR NON MIGAS INDONESIA KE UNI EROPA
(US $ JUTA)
TREND (%) PANGSA (%)
NO.
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
HS6
441820
940151
611030
470329
620119
401519
950300
852871
850710
480257
441872
621210
871200
720890
620630
540233
441231
720851
940180
850431
382370
853690
640359
852990
401150
870850
480256
640219
551011
381121
620193
610910
160520
URAIAN
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
JAN-SEP
PERTUMB.
(%)
DOORS AND THEIR FRAMES AND THRESHOLDS,
59.09
67.98
OF WOOD 92.84
83.31
74.02
6.76
0.48
58.05
38.55
-33.58
Seats of bamboo/rattan.
119.47
102.39
98.03
109.69
73.83
-8.55
0.48
59.99
46.02
-23.29
SWEATERS, PULLOVERS, SWEATSHIRTS,
87.81VESTS AND
77.16 SIMILAR
85.08
ARTICLES
65.59
OF MANMADE
71.45 FIBERS,
-5.59
KNITTED OR0.46
CROCHETED
57.24
55.79
-2.53
CHEMICAL WOODPULP, SODA OR SULFATE,
79.50 OTHER
101.92THAN 110.77
DISSOLVING
110.60
GRADES, 71.21
SEMIBLEACHED
-1.37OR BLEACHED,
0.46 NONCONIFEROUS
71.21
20.81
-70.78
MEN'S OR BOYS' OVERCOATS, CARCOATS,
49.46 CAPES,
69.54
CLOAKS 67.72
AND SIMILAR
57.89
ARTICLES
66.78
OF TEXTILE
4.26
MATERIALS0.43
NESOI, NOT
52.64
KNITTED
40.76
OR CROCHETED
-22.57
GLOVES, EXCEPT SURGICAL AND MEDICAL
31.99 GLOVES,
40.44 OF VULCANIZED
47.15
50.00
RUBBER, NESOI
66.41
18.21
0.43
50.11
50.18
0.14
Tricycles, scooters, pedal cars & similar wheeled
53.43toys; dolls'
51.29
carriages;48.99
dolls; other54.91
toys; reduced-size
65.39 (scale) models
4.83 & similar recreational
0.43
models
50.26
51.53
2.52
Reception apparatus for televison, Not designed
0.00to incorporate
0.00 a video52.13
display/screen
39.57
63.72
#NUM!
0.41
28.41
117.03
311.94
LEAD-ACID STORAGE BATTERIES OF 17.12
A KIND USED
16.56
FOR STARTING
25.66 PISTON
56.57 ENGINES
63.37
46.91
0.41
51.25
41.99
-18.07
Paper&paperboard, not containing fibres obtained
0.00 by a mechanical/chemi-mechanical
0.00
26.58
55.44
process/of62.94
which not
#NUM!
> 10% by weight of the
0.41total fibre
46.24
content cons
48.91
5.79
Assembled flooring panels, multilayer
64.33
96.11
116.62
58.96
62.37
-5.35
0.41
49.36
27.78
-43.72
BRASSIERES, WHETHER OR NOT KNITTED
57.86 OR CROCHETED
60.50
67.20
58.50
61.29
0.82
0.40
47.11
48.85
3.69
BICYCLES AND OTHER CYCLES (INCLUDING
17.82 DELIVERY
25.96 TRICYCLES),
33.04
NOT
46.76MOTORIZED
61.25
35.77
0.40
47.50
40.75
-14.23
FLAT-ROLLED IRON OR NONALLOY STEEL
29.23 PRODUCTS,
25.65 600 MM
61.79OR MORE
57.96
WIDE, HOT-ROLLED,
60.40
25.44
NOT CLAD, PLATED
0.39 OR COATED,
52.93
NESOI
5.80
-89.04
WOMEN'S OR GIRLS' BLOUSES, SHIRTS
16.63
AND SHIRT-BLOUSES
18.31
31.83
OF COTTON,
45.55NOT KNITTED
59.46 OR CROCHETED
41.32
0.39
44.40
39.33
-11.42
SYNTHETIC FILAMENT YARN OTHER 43.97
THAN SEWING
52.23THREAD,
54.73
NOT PUT
73.14
UP FOR RETAIL
59.41 SALE, TEXTURED
9.84
YARN
0.39OF POLYESTERS
47.53
22.97
-51.68
PLYWOOD NESOI, VENEERED PANELS91.48
AND SIMILAR
71.02LAMINATED
52.22 WOOD
57.96
WITH AT
58.25
LEAST ONE
-10.47
OUTER PLY OF0.38
NONCONIFEROUS
47.65
WOOD,
27.63 NESOI -42.02
FLAT-ROLLED PRODUCTS OF IRON OR22.96
NON-ALLOY
56.34
STEEL, OF
72.97
A WIDTH
75.06
>= 600 MM,
56.79
NOT IN COILS,
23.35SIMPLY HOT-ROLLED,
0.37
51.18
NOT CLAD,
23.44
PLATED OR
-54.21
COATED, OF
SEATS OTHER THAN OF METAL OR WOODEN
130.07
FRAMES,
115.88 NESOI
93.88
76.45
56.45
-18.82
0.37
46.45
28.51
-38.61
ELECTRICAL TRANSFORMERS NESOI,11.45
HAVING A12.11
POWER HANDING
15.18
CAPACITY
16.91
NOT
54.98
EXCEEDING
41.50
1 KVA
0.36
29.69
72.02
142.53
FATTY ALCOHOLS, INDUSTRIAL
15.73
17.58
22.33
23.49
53.40
31.44
0.35
37.57
20.37
-45.77
ELECTRICAL APPARATUS FOR SWITCHING,
24.85 PROTECTING
37.08
OR
37.25
MAKING 13.47
CONNECTIONS
52.55 TO OR IN4.98
ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS,
0.34
40.72
FOR A VOLTAGE
29.93 NOT EXCEEDING
-26.49
1,00
FOOTWEAR, WITH OUTER SOLES AND26.39
UPPERS OF
23.74
LEATHER29.90
NESOI, NOT
23.43
COVERING
52.27
THE ANKLE
14.50
0.34
39.71
44.96
13.23
PARTS (EXCEPT ANTENNAS AND REFLECTORS)
46.77
FOR
19.68USE WITH
6.94RADIO 43.75
TRANSMISSION,
51.68 RADAR,
10.50
RADIO NAVIGATIONAL
0.34
38.49
AID, RECEPTION
53.44 AND TELEVISION
38.82
APP
NEW PNEUMATIC TIRES, OF RUBBER,28.84
OF A KIND26.63
USED ON BICYCLES
28.46
36.31
51.54
15.85
0.34
38.48
35.25
-8.40
DRIVE AXLES WITH DIFFERENTIAL FOR
0.02
MOTOR VEHICLES
0.00
9.93
31.09
49.44
1,098.25
0.32
40.97
3.87
-90.56
Paper&paperboard, not containing fibres obtained
0.00 by a mechanical/chemi-mechanical
0.00
23.74
52.49
process/of49.04
which not
#NUM!
> 10% by weight of the
0.32total fibre
37.57
content cons
29.97
-20.22
SPORTS FOOTWEAR, OTHER THAN SKI-BOOTS
80.78
AND
59.67
CROSS-COUNTRY
52.33
SKI
47.68FOOTWEAR,
48.94 WITH OUTER
-11.54 SOLES AND
0.32UPPERS
37.74
OF RUBBER
36.77
OR PLASTICS
-2.57NESOI
ARTIFICIAL STAPLE FIBER YARN (EXCEPT
31.80 SEWING
28.93
THREAD),
45.61
NOT FOR63.33
RETAIL SALE,
47.82 85% OR 17.35
MORE (WT.) OF0.31
ARTIFICIAL
35.94
STAPLE 27.02
FIBERS, SINGLE
-24.80
YARN
ADDITIVES FOR LUBRICATING OILS CONTAINING
0.00
0.00
PETROLEUM
0.00OILS OR0.00
OILS OBTAINED
47.40
FROM
#NUM!BITUMINOUS 0.31
MINERALS
27.92
18.72
-32.96
MEN'S OR BOYS' ANORAKS, SKI-JACKETS,
35.04WINDBREAKERS
30.95
28.89
AND SIMILAR
36.06ARTICLES
45.85
OF MANMADE
7.15 FIBERS, NOT
0.30KNITTED
35.60
OR CROCHETED
33.45
-6.03
T-SHIRTS, SINGLETS, TANK TOPS AND55.77
SIMILAR GARMENTS
57.13
54.45
OF COTTON,
54.21
KNITTED
45.72
OR CROCHETED
-4.40
0.30
34.57
24.35
-29.57
SHRIMPS AND PRAWNS, PREPARED OR
12.10
PRESERVED,
22.41INCLUDING
26.68 PRODUCTS
30.01 CONTAINING
45.64
FISH
34.27
MEAT
0.30
31.07
33.41
7.54
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2008
2008
2009
DAFTAR HS 6 DIGIT KOMODITAS EKSPOR NON MIGAS INDONESIA KE UNI EROPA
(US $ JUTA)
TREND (%) PANGSA (%)
NO.
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
HS6
330129
620462
847170
151790
880330
640610
940389
920710
844332
090240
160414
442010
441879
611529
151329
442090
844399
920790
090411
392321
847190
890110
441239
940190
620343
903289
550320
840290
550921
870870
550953
481013
848210
URAIAN
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
JAN-SEP
PERTUMB.
(%)
ESSENTIAL OILS, NESOI
15.94
18.57
16.39
24.96
44.26
26.35
0.29
33.87
18.61
-45.06
WOMEN'S OR GIRLS' TROUSERS, BIB AND
18.49BRACE18.83
OVERALLS,
13.76
BREECHES
20.32
AND SHORTS
41.93 OF COTTON,
18.69 NOT KNITTED
0.27 OR CROCHETED
32.24
27.32
-15.26
STORAGE UNITS FOR DIGITAL AUTOMATIC
29.59 DATA-PROCESSING
1.08
56.45 MACHINES.
61.65
41.24
60.21
0.27
8.55
49.27
476.28
EDIBLE MIXTURES OR PREPARATIONS1.65
OF ANIMAL
2.12
OR VEGETABLE
2.59
FATS
8.88
OR OILS37.58
OR OF FRACTIONS
115.59 OF DIFFERENT
0.24
FATS
19.16
AND OILS
18.09
COVERED BY
-5.58
HEADINGS
PARTS OF AIRPLANES OR HELICOPTERS,
12.29
NESOI 25.58
43.60
65.48
36.55
36.60
0.24
25.98
34.64
33.34
FOOTWEAR UPPERS AND UPPER PARTS,
45.61
EXCEPT53.67
STIFFENERS
55.17
46.52
36.46
-5.74
0.24
28.63
20.35
-28.92
Furniture of other materials, incl. cane, osier,/similar
51.91 materials;
75.88 other than
10.42bamboo/rattan.
24.33
33.23
-18.37
0.22
23.68
67.72
186.01
KEYBOARD MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,30.70
OTHER THAN
25.14ACCORDIANS,
22.36 THE
25.23
SOUND OF
32.45
WHICH IS PRODUCED
1.15
OR MUST
0.21 BE AMPLIFIED
22.76
15.73
ELECTRICALLY
-30.91
Other printers, copying machines & facsimile0.00
machines, whether/not
0.00
combined
0.00
, exclud
68.21the ones32.12
which perform
#NUM!two/more of the 0.21
functions of25.69
printing, cop12.43
-51.64
BLACK TEA (FERMENTED) AND OTHER
13.82
PARTLY 13.05
FERMENTED
14.39
TEA, NESOI
18.14
31.40
21.78
0.20
22.71
25.71
13.23
TUNAS, SKIPJACK AND ATLANTIC BONITO
14.67 (SARDA
23.33
SPP), PREPARED
14.28
OR
23.25
PRESERVED,
31.09WHOLE OR
16.17
IN PIECES, BUT
0.20NOT MINCED
23.86
32.51
36.25
STATUETTES AND OTHER ORNAMENTS,
27.37
OF WOOD
31.43
31.24
34.63
31.03
3.55
0.20
24.83
24.91
0.35
Assembled flooring panels (excl. of 4418.71&0.00
4418.72) 0.00
0.00
37.78
31.01
#NUM!
0.20
25.99
16.27
-37.41
Panty hose, tights, stockings, socks & other hosiery,
0.00 & footwear
0.00 without0.00
applied soles,
30.02
of other textile
30.84 materials,
#NUM!other than of synthetic
0.20 fibres,
23.15
kn
20.66
-10.74
PALM KERNEL OR BABASSU OIL AND20.59
THEIR FRACTIONS,
13.33
REFINED
10.65
BUT
34.19
NOT CHEMICALLY
30.78
MODIFIED
19.08
0.20
24.70
16.38
-33.68
WOOD MARQUETRY AND INLAID WOOD;
17.54CASKETS
21.02
AND CASES
24.84FOR JEWELRY
61.30
OR30.52
CUTLERY AND
24.33SIMILAR ARTICLES,
0.20
OF
24.99
WOOD; WOODEN
23.02
ARTICLES
-7.89 OF FURN
Other parts & accessories for printing machinery
0.00excl. 8443.91
0.00
0.25
8.17
29.97
#NUM!
0.19
19.58
26.18
33.71
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, THE SOUND14.54
OF WHICH19.30
IS PRODUCED
20.20OR MUST
28.44
BE AMPLIFIED
29.73 ELECTRICALLY
19.94
(FOR0.19
EXAMPLE,
22.92
BANJOS,20.91
GUITARS, ACCORDIANS),
-8.78
NE
PEPPER OF THE GENUS PIPER (BLACK AND
8.63 WHITE),
8.62NEITHER
11.44
CRUSHED
25.04
NOR GROUND
28.82
41.59
0.19
24.28
15.28
-37.04
SACKS AND BAGS (INCLUDING CONES),
23.91
OF POLYMERS
20.26 OF ETHYLENE
22.63
26.35
28.40
6.25
0.18
22.75
10.35
-54.51
OTHER AUTOMATIC DATA PROCESSING
0.61
MACHINES
1.02AND UNITS
0.50 THEREOF;
7.91MAGNETIC
27.84 OR OPTICAL
163.66 READERS0.18
23.44
11.53
-50.82
CRUISE SHIPS, EXCURSION BOATS AND
0.00
SIMILAR VESSELS
0.00
PRINCIPALLY
24.91
57.74
DESIGNED
27.80
FOR THE
#NUM!
TRANSPORT OF0.18
PERSONS;27.77
FERRY BOATS
0.00 OF ALL-100.00
KINDS
Plywood, consisting solely of sheets of wood15.90
(other than 10.72
bamboo,excl. 9.95
of 4412.31 32.22
&4412.32), each
27.55ply not> 624.61
mm thkns
0.18
20.80
9.40
-54.83
PARTS OF SEATS (EXCEPT PARTS OF MEDICAL,
7.30
DENTIST',
6.70
BARBERS'
2.68
AND
17.51
SIMILAR
27.18
SEATS), NESOI
43.21
0.18
20.58
14.27
-30.69
MEN'S OR BOYS' TROUSERS, BIB AND 31.34
BRACE OVERALLS,
34.15
BREECHES
43.54
AND
21.68SHORTS
26.39
OF SYNTHETIC
-7.67FIBERS, NOT
0.17
KNITTED
20.25
OR CROCHETED
19.69
-2.81
AUTOMATIC REGULATING OR CONTROLLING
0.07
INSTRUMENTS
0.35
0.39
AND APPARATUS
1.51
(EXCLUDING
26.37
275.30
THERMOSTATS,0.17
MANOSTATS
26.36AND HYDRAULIC
0.09
TYPES),
-99.66 NESOI
SYNTHETIC STAPLE FIBERS, NOT CARDED,
0.86 COMBED
0.46OR OTHERWISE
3.19
PROCESSED
25.08
26.21
FOR SPINNING,
195.41OF POLYESTERS
0.17
18.59
14.82
-20.27
PARTS FOR SUPER-HEATED WATER BOILERS
0.04
AND0.00
STEAM OR0.06
OTHER VAPOR
0.11 GENERATION
26.04
#NUM!
BOILERS (OTHER THAN
0.17 CENTRAL
0.00 HEATING
7.01 HOT
505,900.79
WATER BOILERS)
SYNTHETIC STAPLE FIBER YARN (EXCEPT
21.52 SEWING
23.48
THREAD),
28.03
NOT FOR
28.70
RETAIL SALE,
24.79 85% OR MORE
4.95 (WT.) OF0.16
POLYESTERS,
19.88 SINGLE
14.15
YARN
-28.85
ROAD WHEELS AND PARTS AND ACCESSORIES
20.61
THEREOF
22.58
FOR
25.51
MOTOR 26.29
VEHICLES 24.61
5.20
0.16
18.74
12.48
-33.42
SYNTHETIC STAPLE FIBER YARN (EXCEPT
21.98 SEWING
17.85
THREAD),
28.71
NOT FOR
27.11
RETAIL SALE,
24.50 UNDER 85%
6.55(WT.) OF POLYESTER
0.16
19.86
MIXED MAINLY
9.55 WITH COTTON
-51.90
PAPER AND PAPERBOARD, FOR WRITING,
20.27PRINTING
23.76OR OTHER
13.86GRAPHIC
21.05
USE, NOT
24.24
OVER 10% MECHANICAL
2.39
FIBERS,
0.16
OVER
14.46150 G/M2,
28.59
CLAY COATED,
97.80 IN ROLLS
BALL BEARINGS
1.57
0.04
0.36
16.27
23.79
214.03
0.15
19.58
10.46
-46.59
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2008
2008
2009
DAFTAR HS 6 DIGIT KOMODITAS EKSPOR NON MIGAS INDONESIA KE UNI EROPA
(US $ JUTA)
TREND (%) PANGSA (%)
NO.
HS6
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
920110
292700
940179
611090
550922
640419
240110
610610
611595
260400
940169
850610
630533
691110
610510
441890
700510
550410
540710
620349
620590
640391
240120
291611
382311
620469
620339
610290
151800
940161
551321
621111
611212
URAIAN
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
JAN-SEP
PERTUMB.
(%)
UPRIGHT PIANOS
11.41
10.74
17.86
24.42
23.72
25.66
0.15
19.96
14.56
-27.09
DIAZO-, AZO-, OR AZOXY-COMPOUNDS
14.02
17.78
25.02
24.23
23.27
14.15
0.15
17.88
14.52
-18.81
SEATS WITH METAL FRAMES, NOT UPHOLSTERED,
8.97
11.18
NESOI 17.37
25.09
23.17
31.10
0.15
18.79
12.68
-32.53
SWEATERS, PULLOVERS, SWEATSHIRTS,
24.07VESTS AND
25.23 SIMILAR
22.82
ARTICLES
26.04
OF TEXTILE
23.10MATERIALS
-0.51NESOI, KNITTED
0.15 OR 17.79
CROCHETED
14.06
-20.99
SYNTHETIC STAPLE FIBER YARN (EXCEPT
18.75 SEWING
17.31
THREAD),
19.48
NOT FOR
22.76
RETAIL SALE,
22.69 85% OR MORE
6.77 (WT.) OF0.15
POLYESTERS,
18.26 MULTIPLE
9.33 OR CABLED
-48.92YARN
FOOTWEAR, WITH OUTER SOLES OF RUBBER
6.88
OR PLASTICS
6.07
AND
4.63 UPPERS
12.05
OF TEXTILE
22.62MATERIALS,
35.86 NESOI
0.15
12.68
14.61
15.19
TOBACCO, NOT STEMMED/STRIPPED 20.29
32.62
34.21
25.08
22.54
-0.52
0.15
18.01
27.90
54.96
WOMEN'S OR GIRLS' BLOUSES AND SHIRTS
7.59 OF COTTON,
6.60
KNITTED
6.45 OR CROCHETED
20.50
22.35
39.01
0.15
16.58
8.63
-47.94
Other n.e.s. in 61.15, knitted/crocheted, of cotton.
38.24
45.00
42.89
14.05
22.32
-20.08
0.15
16.82
14.67
-12.78
NICKEL ORES AND CONCENTRATES 0.00
4.93
10.03
54.79
22.19
#NUM!
0.14
19.57
12.90
-34.07
SEATS WITH WOODEN FRAMES, NOT 21.06
UPHOLSTERED,
25.96 NESOI17.60
24.81
22.17
0.58
0.14
18.42
13.46
-26.94
MANGANESE DIOXIDE CELLS AND BATTERIES
20.63
(EXCL.
25.68 SPENT).
29.17
26.55
22.14
1.76
0.14
16.63
17.25
3.77
SACKS AND BAGS, FOR THE PACKING OF
7.13GOODS,
19.59
OF POLYETHYLENE
20.97
20.51
OR POLYPROPYLENE
21.34
STRIP
25.07OR THE LIKE
0.14(EXCL. 16.65
FLEXIBLE 12.12
INTERMEDIATE
-27.19
BULK CONT
CERAMIC TABLEWARE AND KITCHENWARE,
23.68 OF 14.88
PORCELAIN
19.96
OR CHINA
20.76
21.22
1.15
0.14
16.05
11.07
-31.06
MEN'S OR BOYS' SHIRTS OF COTTON, 14.67
KNITTED OR
19.10
CROCHETED
20.93
22.13
21.05
9.08
0.14
16.59
12.78
-22.96
BUILDERS' JOINERY AND CARPENTRY 0.00
OF WOOD, 0.00
NESOI
0.00
20.55
20.37
#NUM!
0.13
15.83
11.93
-24.63
FLOAT GLASS AND SURFACE GROUND4.88
OR POLISHED
6.99 GLASS,7.92
IN SHEETS,
8.48
NONWIRED,
20.27WITH AN35.57
ABSORBENT OR
0.13REFLECTING
13.37 LAYER,
1.90
BUT NOT -85.80
OTHERWISE W
ARTIFICIAL STAPLE FIBERS, NOT CARDED,
1.44 COMBED
5.23OR OTHERWISED
9.89
15.01
PROCESSED
20.15
FOR SPINNING,
88.39 OF VISCOSE
0.13
RAYON15.60
14.49
-7.08
WOVEN FABRICS OF SYNTHETIC FILAMENT
34.44 HIGH
33.59
TENACITY
27.14
YARN, OF
24.29
NYLON OR
20.00
OTHER POLYAMIDES
-13.16
OR OF
0.13POLYESTERS
16.55
8.87
-46.39
MEN'S OR BOYS' TROUSERS, BIB AND 21.50
BRACE OVERALLS,
27.36
BREECHES
34.27
AND
15.86SHORTS
19.81
OF TEXTILE-6.84
MATERIALS NESOI,
0.13 NOT14.03
KNITTED 10.84
OR CROCHETED
-22.70
MEN'S OR BOYS' SHIRTS OF TEXTILE MATERIALS
22.24
29.11
NESOI, NOT
26.49
KNITTED
23.37
OR CROCHETED
19.66
-4.55
0.13
16.35
11.23
-31.30
FOOTWEAR, WITH OUTER SOLES OF RUBBER,
6.66
PLASTICS
6.99
OR COMPOSITION
9.51
12.76 LEATHER
19.27AND UPPERS
31.35 OF LEATHER
0.13NESOI,18.86
COVERING18.80
THE ANKLE -0.37
TOBACCO, PARTLY OR WHOLLY STEMMED/STRIPPED
10.79
13.52
8.81
15.99
18.56
13.33
0.12
12.51
14.15
13.17
ACRYLIC ACID AND ITS SALTS
4.64
10.44
19.18
33.20
18.34
47.80
0.12
15.56
3.83
-75.42
STEARIC ACID, INDUSTRIAL
9.89
10.29
8.56
7.69
18.23
9.76
0.12
12.26
9.11
-25.70
WOMEN'S OR GIRLS' TROUSERS, BIB AND
10.61BRACE11.76
OVERALLS,
16.71
BREECHES
19.21
AND SHORTS
18.03 OF TEXTILE
16.76 MATERIALS
0.12NESOI, 14.27
NOT KNITTED
10.27OR CROCHETED
-28.04
MEN'S OR BOYS' SUIT-TYPE JACKETS AND
7.03 BLAZERS
5.40OF TEXTILE
9.45 MATERIALS
8.85 NESOI,
17.80NOT KNITTED
26.50 OR CROCHETED
0.12
12.77
11.00
-13.90
WOMEN'S OR GIRLS' OVERCOATS, CARCOATS,
4.33
CAPES,
10.93 CLOAKS,
28.36ANORAKS,
8.71 SKI-JACKETS
17.50 AND 29.25
SIMILAR ARTICLES
0.11 OF TEXTILE
12.85 MATERIALS
11.38
NESOI,
-11.42
KNITTED OR
ANIMAL OR VEGETABLE FATS, OILS AND
0.14THEIR FRACTIONS,
0.11
0.20
BOILED, 10.85
OXIDIZED,17.37
ETC.; INEDIBLE
315.83MIXES OR PREPARATIONS
0.11
17.34 OF ANIMAL
0.05 OR VEGETABLE
-99.72
FATS
SEATS WITH WOODEN FRAMES, UPHOLSTERED,
13.12
18.77
NESOI
31.79
18.71
17.26
5.60
0.11
13.20
10.04
-23.94
WOVEN FABRICS OF POLYESTER STAPLE
13.24FIBERS,
14.95
UNDER 85%
15.40
(WT.) OF16.26
SUCH FIBERS,
17.08 DYED, PLAIN
6.11 WEAVE, MIXED
0.11 WITH
12.88
COTTON,7.22
NOT OVER -43.90
170 G/M2
MEN'S OR BOYS' SWIMWEAR, NOT KNITTED
3.77 OR CROCHETED
3.83
8.03
6.07
16.85
41.23
0.11
12.54
10.14
-19.14
TRACK SUITS, WARM-UP SUITS AND JOGGING
7.82
SUITS
10.05OF SYNTHETIC
10.40
FIBERS,
10.95 KNITTED
16.51 OR CROCHETED
17.11
0.11
12.27
10.80
-11.97
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2008
2008
2009
DAFTAR HS 6 DIGIT KOMODITAS EKSPOR NON MIGAS INDONESIA KE UNI EROPA
(US $ JUTA)
TREND (%) PANGSA (%)
NO.
HS6
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
020890
620640
620432
121220
940159
853650
600690
520812
853890
940350
200941
380610
630260
711311
480255
180500
620293
610822
440725
851829
390110
401310
610190
550951
854460
850790
170310
902830
621143
551411
840490
843149
841391
URAIAN
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
JAN-SEP
PERTUMB.
(%)
MEAT AND EDIBLE MEAT OFFAL, NESOI,
10.50FRESH,10.99
CHILLED OR
15.50
FROZEN17.03
16.48
14.33
0.11
12.76
13.73
7.60
WOMEN'S OR GIRLS' BLOUSES, SHIRTS
12.54
AND SHIRT-BLOUSES
8.31
15.40
OF MANMADE
16.43 FIBERS,
16.17
NOT KNITTED
12.63 OR CROCHETED
0.11
11.84
20.99
77.32
WOMEN'S OR GIRLS' SUIT-TYPE JACKETS
2.19AND BLAZERS
7.88
OF COTTON,
6.97
NOT
6.47KNITTED
16.14
OR CROCHETED
46.24
0.10
10.54
12.17
15.42
SEAWEEDS AND OTHER ALGAE, FRESH8.28
OR DRIED,9.72
WHETHER8.03
OR NOT GROUND
8.16
16.02
12.13
0.10
10.28
11.79
14.68
Seats of cane/osier, other than of bamboo/rattan.
12.81
14.28
14.40
11.34
15.74
1.84
0.10
13.02
7.94
-39.02
ELECTRICAL SWITCHES FOR A VOLTAGE
3.08NOT EXCEEDING
4.16
19.03
1,000 V, NESOI
86.66
15.53
87.18
0.10
13.75
2.60
-81.10
Knitted/crocheted fabrics, n.e.s. in Ch.60
0.04
0.84
5.27
10.91
15.47
321.50
0.10
12.51
3.27
-73.88
WOVEN FABRICS OF COTTON, 85% OR23.53
MORE COTTON
26.97 BY WEIGHT,
30.24
UNBLEACHED,
21.99
15.46
PLAIN WEAVE,
-9.91WEIGHING0.10
OVER 10012.23
G/M2 BUT NOT
5.55 OVER 200
-54.62
G/M2
PARTS FOR ELECTRICAL APPARATUS FOR
4.01 ELECTRICAL
3.88 CIRCUITS,
3.40 BOARDS,
7.24 PANELS
14.55ETC. FOR37.73
ELECTRIC CONTROL
0.09 OR11.90
DISTRIBUTION
4.26 OF ELECTRICITY,
-64.20
NESO
WOODEN FURNITURE (EXCEPT SEATS)
15.34
OF A KIND
15.73
USED IN 20.42
THE BEDROOM
19.39
14.54
1.03
0.09
11.69
11.82
1.15
Pineapple juice, of a Brix value not >20, unfermented
11.27
& not
11.81
containing
13.13
added spirit,7.84
whether/not14.09
containing added
0.38sugar/other sweetening
0.09
matter
10.71
0.88
-91.78
ROSIN
5.31
5.54
15.52
15.38
14.02
34.46
0.09
10.46
9.19
-12.09
TOILET AND KITCHEN LINEN OF COTTON
13.12TERRY15.00
TOWELING
19.89
OR SIMILAR
16.81COTTON
13.89
TERRY FABRICS
2.31
0.09
9.77
7.48
-23.40
JEWELRY AND PARTS THEREOF, OF SILVER
4.62
4.18
4.21
8.86
13.82
34.22
0.09
11.62
3.93
-66.23
Paper&paperboard, not containing fibres obtained
30.38 by a mechanical/chemi-mechanical
43.81
11.09
16.83
process/of13.59
which not > -22.63
10% by weight of the
0.09total fibre8.25
content cons
17.71
114.64
COCOA POWDER, NOT CONTAINING ADDED
16.62 SUGAR
13.11OR OTHER
6.88SWEETENING
9.67 MATTER
13.59
-6.83
0.09
10.19
5.24
-48.57
WOMEN'S OR GIRLS' ANORAKS, SKI-JACKETS,
22.44
WINDBREAKERS
11.34
9.91AND SIMILAR
9.25 ARTICLES
13.44 OF MANMADE
-11.56
FIBERS,
0.09
NOT KNITTED
10.56 OR 14.12
CROCHETED 33.71
WOMEN'S OR GIRLS' BRIEFS AND PANTIES
8.92 OF MANMADE
9.00
FIBERS,
10.18 KNITTED
8.33 OR CROCHETED
13.35
7.57
0.09
9.52
13.72
44.12
DARK RED MERANTI, LIGHT RED MERANTI
0.09 AND MERANTI
0.07
BAKAU,
4.67
SAWN
9.65OR CUT
13.33
LENGTHWISE,
343.70SLICED OR BARKED,
0.09
WHETHER
10.36
OR
3.93
NOT PLANED,
-62.10SANDED O
LOUDSPEAKERS, NESOI
4.89
6.84
11.16
15.34
13.31
32.43
0.09
9.11
8.93
-1.93
POLYETHYLENE HAVING A SPECIFIC GRAVITY
0.12
OF0.01
LESS THAN
0.33
0.94, IN PRIMARY
2.38
FORMS
13.28
356.73
0.09
0.31
7.69
2,344.75
INNER TUBES, OF RUBBER, OF A KIND 4.23
USED ON MOTOR
5.90
CARS
6.66
(INCLUDING
1.02 STATION
13.18WAGONS 5.32
AND RACING CARS),
0.09
BUSES
9.60OR TRUCKS
2.56
-73.31
MEN'S OR BOYS' OVERCOATS, CARCOATS,
4.66 CAPES,
10.44
CLOAKS,10.33
ANORAKS, 8.85
SKI-JACKETS,
12.99AND SIMILAR
20.72 ARTICLES0.08
OF TEXTILE
10.96MATERIALS
6.93 NESOI, -36.80
KNITTED OR CR
SYNTHETIC STAPLE FIBER YARN (EXCEPT
10.93 SEWING
8.46
THREAD),
13.14
NOT FOR
16.41
RETAIL SALE,
12.99 UNDER 10.60
85% (WT.) OF POLYESTER
0.08
9.69
MIXED MAINLY
6.79 WITH ARTIFICIAL
-29.86
STA
INSULATED ELECTRIC CONDUCTORS, FOR
0.35 A VOLTAGE
8.06 EXCEEDING
9.63
1,000
9.19
V
12.76
107.61
0.08
12.76
1.39
-89.14
PARTS OF ELECTRIC STORAGE BATTERIES,
0.02 INCLUDING
0.01 SEPARATORS
0.10
THEREFOR
0.36
12.67
411.18
0.08
10.67
0.23
-97.82
CANE MOLASSES RESULTING FROM THE
0.82EXTRACTION
0.70 OR REFINING
2.63
OF0.19
SUGAR 12.53
51.09
0.08
6.79
6.47
-4.71
ELECTRICITY SUPPLY OR PRODUCTION
1.95
METERS 4.00
6.01
5.22
12.41
48.65
0.08
8.31
8.32
0.22
WOMEN'S OR GIRLS' GARMENTS NESOI,
2.72
OF MANMADE
1.39 FIBERS,
0.85NOT KNITTED
6.79
OR12.36
CROCHETED58.66
0.08
8.41
12.94
53.88
WOVEN FABRICS OF POLYESTER STAPLE
12.95FIBERS,
12.03
UNDER 85%
13.95
(WT.) OF15.31
SUCH FIBERS,
12.28 UNBLEACHED
1.36 OR BLEACHED,
0.08
PLAIN
11.59WEAVE,2.72
MIXED WITH
-76.51
COTTON, OV
PARTS FOR AUXILIARY PLANT FOR USE
0.05
WITH STEAM
0.00 OR OTHER
0.00 VAPOR
0.00
GENERATING
12.13 BOILERS
121.18
AND CONDENSER
0.08 POWER
8.64UNITS, SUPER-HEATED
6.41
-25.82
AND CENTR
PARTS AND ATTACHMENTS, NESOI, FOR
5.81
DERRICKS,
7.18CRANES,
13.89
SELF-PROPELLED
20.36
BULLDOZERS,
11.97
28.26
GRADERS ETC.0.08
AND OTHER
9.48GRADING,
1.74SCRAPING,
-81.65
ETC. MACHIN
PARTS OF PUMPS FOR LIQUIDS
4.18
4.90
7.08
8.86
11.89
30.75
0.08
9.02
4.39
-51.31
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2008
2008
2009
DAFTAR HS 6 DIGIT KOMODITAS EKSPOR NON MIGAS INDONESIA KE UNI EROPA
(US $ JUTA)
TREND (%) PANGSA (%)
NO.
HS6
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
190190
482010
030759
842310
610462
551012
440810
620453
851890
490110
901819
030429
392092
847160
293920
180320
620452
852713
110630
850423
320411
090810
840734
080111
291570
731815
611211
392329
851850
611510
960910
841899
030749
URAIAN
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
JAN-SEP
PERTUMB.
(%)
MALT EXTRACT; FOOD PRODUCTS OF 8.19
FLOUR, MEAL,
9.20 ETC. WITH
10.25 COCOA9.66
(IF ANY)11.88
UNDER 50% AND
8.25 MILK OR CREAM
0.08
PRODUCTS
9.14
WITH
8.62COCOA (IF-5.64
ANY) UNDER
REGISTERS, ACCOUNT BOOKS, NOTEBOOKS,
9.53 ORDER
10.14BOOKS,7.66
RECEIPT BOOKS,
9.16
LETTER
11.87 PADS, MEMORANDUM
3.44
0.08
PADS, DIARIES
9.86 AND SIMILAR
9.89
ARTICLES
0.38 OF PAPE
OCTOPUS, FROZEN, DRIED, SALTED OR1.78
IN BRINE 3.93
3.87
7.14
11.86
55.18
0.08
9.51
7.20
-24.31
PERSONAL WEIGHING MACHINES, INCLUDING
0.00
BABY
5.97 SCALES;
7.06
HOUSEHOLD
9.45 SCALES
11.83
#NUM!
0.08
10.03
0.05
-99.48
WOMEN'S OR GIRLS' TROUSERS, BIB AND
3.91BRACE 6.48
OVERALLS,7.50
BREECHES
10.02
AND SHORTS
11.80 OF COTTON,
30.25 KNITTED 0.08
OR CROCHETED
8.48
11.82
39.26
ARTIFICIAL STAPLE FIBER YARN (EXCEPT
13.27 SEWING
11.44
THREAD),
16.94
NOT FOR19.69
RETAIL SALE,
11.65 85% OR MORE
2.86 (WT.) OF0.08
ARTIFICIAL
9.13
STAPLE FIBERS,
5.77
MULTIPLE
-36.75 OR CABL
VENEER SHEETS AND SHEETS FOR PLYWOOD,
2.96
ETC.
4.68
WHETHER
8.21OR NOT11.09
PLANED, ETC.,
11.64 NOT OVER
43.376 MM (.236 IN.)
0.08THICK, 8.31
OF CONIFEROUS
4.69 WOOD
-43.55
WOMEN'S OR GIRLS' SKIRTS AND DIVIDED
3.72 SKIRTS5.18
OF SYNTHETIC
10.76 FIBERS,
13.44NOT KNITTED
11.64
OR CROCHETED
38.23
0.08
8.14
12.46
53.08
PARTS OF MICROPHONES, LOUDSPEAKERS,
3.93 HEADPHONES,
4.33
EARPHONES,
3.85
3.98
AUDIO-FREQUENCY
11.57
ELECTRIC
23.04
AMPLIFIERS,
0.08
AND
11.05ELECTRIC
2.46
SOUND AMPLIFIER
-77.71
SETS
PRINTED BOOKS, BROCHURES, LEAFLETS
4.72 AND SIMILAR
6.95
PRINTED
5.62 MATTER,
6.63 IN SINGLE
11.56 SHEETS,
19.04
WHETHER OR0.08
NOT FOLDED
8.68
6.78
-21.98
ELECTRO-DIAGNOSTIC APPARATUS (AND
12.71 APPARATUS
9.83 FOR11.92
FUNCTIONAL
14.60EXPLORATORY
11.50
EXAMINATION
1.97
OR 0.07
FOR CHECKING
8.34 PHYSIOLOGICAL
7.93
PARAMETERS)
-4.98
Fish fillets&other fish meat (excl. of 0304.21-0304.92,
4.62
whether/not
3.45
minced),
2.40 frozen 9.13
fillets
11.47
32.18
0.07
8.38
10.06
20.01
PLATES, SHEETS, FILM, FOIL AND STRIP
3.40
OF PLASTICS,
5.30 NOT SELF-ADHESIVE,
8.20
11.98 NON-CELLULAR,
11.41
38.23
NOT REINFORCED
0.07OR LAMINATED
9.34
ETC.,
7.06 OF POLYAMIDES
-24.42
INPUT OR OUTPUT UNITS, FOR PERSONAL
10.09 AND MICRO
0.04 COMPUTER
102.70
21.52
11.41
90.99
0.07
4.76
5.20
9.20
Alkaloids of cinchona&their derivatives; salts4.68
thereof
8.62
7.94
7.86
11.38
18.37
0.07
9.08
4.40
-51.53
COCOA PASTE, WHOLLY OR PARTLY DEFATTED
2.56
4.33
3.93
4.28
11.32
34.41
0.07
8.63
6.60
-23.53
WOMEN'S OR GIRLS' SKIRTS AND DIVIDED
2.22 SKIRTS3.58
OF COTTON,
5.86NOT KNITTED
5.60
OR11.30
CROCHETED44.79
0.07
9.49
4.57
-51.86
RADIO-BROADCAST RECEIVERS CAPABLE
0.00 OF OPERATING
0.00
WITHOUT
0.36
AN0.05
EXTERNAL
11.25
SOURCE
#NUM!
OF POWER, INCL.
0.07
APPARATUS
1.99 CAPABLE
22.99OF ALSO
1,056.85
RECEIVING RA
FLOUR, MEAL AND POWDER OF THE PRODUCTS
2.49
OF
3.09
CHAPTER
1.32
8
5.24
11.22
42.46
0.07
8.53
5.47
-35.87
LIQUID DIELECTRIC TRANSFORMERS HAVING
6.01
A POWER
7.29
HANDLING
6.78
CAPACITY
3.68
EXCEEDING
11.12
10,000
5.63 KVA
0.07
8.50
3.51
-58.70
DISPERSE DYES AND PREPARATIONS 16.45
BASED THEREON
9.98
15.00
8.83
11.03
-8.80
0.07
8.76
5.21
-40.54
NUTMEG
8.28
6.61
9.62
13.86
10.88
13.73
0.07
9.09
6.67
-26.60
SPARK-IGNITION RECIPROCATING PISTON
3.43 ENGINES
6.19FOR PROPULSION
8.21
OF
8.36VEHICLES
10.78EXCEPT RAILWAY
29.58
OR TRAMWAY
0.07
STOCK,
7.15
OVER
11.761,000 CC CYLINDER
64.55
CAPA
COCONUTS, DESICCATED.
1.11
5.58
6.90
9.92
10.69
66.72
0.07
8.48
5.16
-39.13
PALMITIC ACID, STEARIC ACID, THEIR4.57
SALTS AND
7.23
ESTERS 8.63
9.86
10.65
22.17
0.07
9.80
3.91
-60.09
THREADED SCREWS AND BOLTS NESOI,
16.14
WITH OR
15.31
WITHOUT13.66
THEIR NUTS
11.35
OR WASHERS,
10.52 OF IRON
-10.92
OR STEEL 0.07
8.53
7.87
-7.72
TRACK SUITS, WARM-UP SUITS AND JOGGING
3.49
SUITS
5.50OF COTTON,
5.24 KNITTED
6.55 OR CROCHETED
10.36
26.50
0.07
7.47
5.39
-27.85
SACKS AND BAGS (INCLUDING CONES),
0.92
OF PLASTICS
1.13 NESOI 3.05
5.32
10.28
89.47
0.07
7.60
9.42
23.98
ELECTRIC SOUND AMPLIFIER SETS
9.15
11.50
11.74
13.93
10.10
3.95
0.07
8.48
5.87
-30.71
Graduated compression hosiery (eg. stockings
11.78
for varicose
14.16
veins) & footwear
13.26 without
8.42
applied soles,
9.83knitted/crocheted.
-8.43
0.06
8.09
8.54
5.49
PENCILS AND CRAYONS, WITH LEADS 8.62
ENCASED IN
9.36
A RIGID10.10
SHEATH 11.58
9.82
4.86
0.06
8.16
7.28
-10.88
PARTS OF REFRIGERATION OR FREEZING
0.31EQUIPMENT
0.87 AND HEAT
4.01 PUMPS,
6.05NESOI 9.79
141.85
0.06
5.21
13.74
163.64
CUTTLE FISH AND SQUID, FROZEN, DRIED,
4.70 SALTED
6.77
OR IN BRINE
6.21
9.53
9.73
19.69
0.06
8.19
5.72
-30.16
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2008
2008
2009
DAFTAR HS 6 DIGIT KOMODITAS EKSPOR NON MIGAS INDONESIA KE UNI EROPA
(US $ JUTA)
TREND (%) PANGSA (%)
NO.
HS6
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
392310
481940
391722
551311
920290
620442
640299
847330
851761
854442
610620
292250
850780
840690
920590
630231
620112
401162
401699
611120
851822
830300
460212
870891
481019
441400
610690
240210
151620
720260
850440
392690
030623
URAIAN
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
JAN-SEP
PERTUMB.
(%)
BOXES, CASES, CRATES AND SIMILAR 4.54
ARTICLES, 4.37
OF PLASTICS
7.17
8.35
9.73
24.27
0.06
7.19
7.25
0.80
SACKS AND BAGS, NESOI, INCLUDING 2.15
CONES, OF5.77
PAPER, PAPERBOARD,
7.66
8.53
CELLULOSE
9.68WADDING
40.48
OR WEBS OF 0.06
CELLULOSE
7.54
FIBERS 6.55
-13.08
TUBES, PIPES AND HOSES, RIGID, OF POLYMERS
4.87
OF
5.91
PROPYLENE
7.05
8.15
9.63
18.35
0.06
7.24
7.75
7.06
WOVEN FABRICS OF POLYESTER STAPLE
18.96FIBERS,
17.49
UNDER 85%
10.80
(WT.) OF 6.83
SUCH FIBERS,
9.51 UNBLEACHED
-20.71 OR BLEACHED,
0.06
PLAIN
7.57WEAVE,4.29
MIXED WITH
-43.32
COTTON, NO
STRING MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS (GUITARS,
4.18 HARPS
3.46
ETC.), OTHER
4.89 THAN6.77
KEYBOARD
9.48
STRINGED
25.94
INSTRUMENTS
0.06
AND THOSE
7.17PLAYED
7.54
WITH A BOW,
5.12
NESOI
WOMEN'S OR GIRLS' DRESSES OF COTTON,
2.44 NOT KNITTED
4.23
OR3.54
CROCHETED
3.41
9.40
28.15
0.06
6.09
7.51
23.33
FOOTWEAR, WITH OUTER SOLES AND12.09
UPPERS OF
11.30
RUBBER OR
9.85
PLASTICS
8.85
NESOI, NOT
9.39COVERING
-7.23
THE ANKLE 0.06
5.68
9.19
61.72
PARTS AND ACCESSORIES FOR AUTOMATIC
8.75 DATA
3.34
PROCESSING
12.25 MACHINES
11.11 AND UNITS
9.35 THEREOF,
14.29 MAGNETIC0.06
OR OPTICAL
7.87READERS,
2.06TRANSCRIBING
-73.79 MACHIN
TELEPONE SETS; BASE STATION
0.00
0.00
0.86
3.82
9.11
#NUM!
0.06
5.39
7.66
42.12
Other electric conductors, for a voltage not > 0.29
1,000 V, fitted
0.79
with connectors
1.04
1.85
9.10
116.25
0.06
6.03
7.68
27.46
WOMEN'S OR GIRLS' BLOUSES AND SHIRTS
2.90 OF MANMADE
2.21
FIBERS,
2.92 KNITTED
6.71 OR CROCHETED
9.07
40.38
0.06
7.58
6.17
-18.60
AMINO-ALCOHOL-PHENOLS, AMINO-ACID-PHENOLS,
4.53
10.69 AND OTHER
12.10 AMINO
8.06COMPOUNDS
8.97 WITH 11.43
OXYGEN FUNCTION
0.06
5.82
3.63
-37.55
STORAGE BATTERIES NESOI
8.24
7.93
9.14
9.14
8.95
3.12
0.06
7.85
4.00
-48.99
PARTS FOR STEAM AND OTHER VAPOR6.61
TURBINES7.95
4.30
6.04
8.94
3.33
0.06
6.42
9.24
43.90
WIND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS (FOR EXAMPLE,
0.01
CLARINETS,
0.00
0.01
FLUTES, BAGPIPES),
5.39
NESOI
8.85
662.11
0.06
7.42
2.00
-73.02
BED LINEN (OTHER THAN PRINTED) OF8.32
COTTON,11.66
NOT KNITTED
17.07 OR CROCHETED
20.13
8.83
6.86
0.06
7.85
1.78
-77.31
MEN'S OR BOYS' OVERCOATS, CARCOATS,
1.92 CAPES,2.89
CLOAKS AND
2.14 SIMILAR
3.98
ARTICLES
8.80
OF COTTON,
39.99
NOT KNITTED
0.06OR CROCHETED
7.32
13.19
80.10
New pneumatic tyres, of rubber, having a herring-bone/similar
0.00
0.00 tread, of5.06
a kind used 7.30
on construction/industrial
8.78
#NUM!
handling vehicles &
0.06
machines &
6.58
having a 4.15
-36.95
ARTICLES OF VULCANIZED RUBBER OTHER
1.21 THAN
4.76
HARD RUBBER,
5.32 NESOI
6.97
8.67
54.08
0.06
6.59
4.11
-37.72
BABIES' GARMENTS AND CLOTHING ACCESSORIES
6.20
9.09
OF COTTON,
10.08 KNITTED
7.88OR CROCHETED
8.58
5.18
0.06
6.38
6.92
8.39
MULTIPLE LOUDSPEAKERS, MOUNTED8.94
IN SAME11.89
ENCLOSURE
10.33
8.22
8.56
-4.44
0.06
5.68
4.84
-14.81
ARMORED OR REINFORCED SAFES, STRONG-BOXES,
5.65
6.93DOORS 6.82
AND SAFE 6.48
DEPOSIT LOCKERS
8.53
FOR7.89
STRONG-ROOMS,
0.06 CASH OR
7.27DEED BOXES
3.26 ETC., AND
-55.24PARTS THE
Basketwork, wickerwork & other articles, made
14.55
directly to
13.49
shape from10.30
rattan
8.20
8.45
-14.65
0.05
6.80
4.72
-30.62
RADIATORS FOR MOTOR VEHICLES 4.85
5.39
6.29
8.46
8.37
16.67
0.05
6.42
4.61
-28.24
Paper & paperboard of a kind used for writing/printing/other
0.00
0.00
graphic purposes,
11.43
coated
10.49
on one/both
8.33
sides with
#NUM!
kaolin (China clay)/other
0.05 inorganic
6.11subst 6.87
12.43
WOODEN FRAMES FOR PAINTINGS, PHOTOGRAPHS,
4.07
5.68MIRRORS
8.11
OR SIMILAR
7.21 OBJECTS
8.31
18.16
0.05
6.61
5.34
-19.15
WOMEN'S OR GIRLS' BLOUSES AND SHIRTS
5.43 OF TEXTILE
9.12 MATERIALS
8.48
NESOI,
7.11 KNITTED
8.30 OR CROCHETED
6.18
0.05
5.73
4.73
-17.38
CIGARS, CHEROOTS AND CIGARILLOS,5.08
CONTAINING
5.45TOBACCO
6.38
6.54
8.22
12.12
0.05
6.11
11.46
87.67
VEGETABLE FATS AND OILS AND THEIR
6.90
FRACTIONS,
2.86 HYDROGENATED,
3.00
3.76
INTERESTERIFIED,
8.13
REESTERIFIED
6.18
OR0.05
ELAIDINIZED,
7.43 WHETHER
0.34 OR NOT-95.49
REFINED, NOT
FERRONICKEL
10.59
34.47
12.47
8.11
8.13
-17.94
0.05
8.13
10.65
31.08
ELECTRICAL STATIC CONVERTERS
0.42
0.06
0.27
3.60
8.12
172.83
0.05
6.36
50.24
689.38
ARTICLES OF PLASTICS, NESOI
4.90
6.49
7.16
8.58
8.01
13.45
0.05
5.89
5.37
-8.79
SHRIMPS AND PRAWNS, LIVE, FRESH, CHILLED,
0.61
DRIED,
0.46 SALTED
0.44 OR IN BRINE,
0.00 OR COOKED
7.99
BY-17.67
STEAMING OR 0.05
BOILING IN1.50
WATER, NOT
3.28 FROZEN117.90
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2008
2008
2009
DAFTAR HS 6 DIGIT KOMODITAS EKSPOR NON MIGAS INDONESIA KE UNI EROPA
(US $ JUTA)
TREND (%) PANGSA (%)
NO.
HS6
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
392620
620530
610349
691200
842123
620690
151319
841221
940370
711319
420221
851821
851762
610130
391910
160510
410719
721633
610422
293499
940330
610520
540246
850650
871419
620219
520911
621133
610220
610343
090820
540754
291615
URAIAN
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
JAN-SEP
PERTUMB.
(%)
ARTICLES OF APPAREL AND CLOTHING
2.36
ACCESSORIES
5.03 NESOI,
3.95
OF PLASTICS
4.47
7.77
25.44
0.05
5.80
3.98
-31.39
MEN'S OR BOYS' SHIRTS OF MANMADE
17.52
FIBERS, NOT
10.59KNITTED
6.57
OR CROCHETED
6.79
7.77
-18.71
0.05
5.86
6.94
18.57
MEN'S OR BOYS' TROUSERS, BIB AND BRACE
3.52
OVERALLS,
3.49
BREECHES
3.52
AND
7.48SHORTS7.72
OF TEXTILE26.32
MATERIALS NESOI,
0.05 KNITTED
6.40 OR CROCHETED
4.33
-32.22
CERAMIC TABLEWARE, KITCHENWARE,
5.64
OTHER HOUSEHOLD
4.92
7.04
AND TOILET
8.35 ARTICLES,
7.71 OTHER 12.25
THAN OF PORCELAIN
0.05 OR CHINA
6.23
4.57
-26.57
OIL OR FUEL FILTERS FOR INTERNAL COMBUSTION
3.14
3.40ENGINES
4.27
5.14
7.67
24.63
0.05
5.40
6.14
13.78
WOMEN'S OR GIRLS' BLOUSES, SHIRTS4.74
AND SHIRT-BLOUSES
4.74
7.49
OF TEXTILE
7.11
MATERIALS
7.60 NESOI, NOT
14.45KNITTED OR
0.05
CROCHETED
6.05
4.87
-19.52
COCONUT (COPRA) OIL AND ITS FRACTIONS,
5.51
REFINED
2.73 BUT NOT
3.44 CHEMICALLY
0.98
MODIFIED
7.60
-3.73
0.05
7.39
1.16
-84.30
HYDRAULIC POWER ENGINES AND MOTORS,
2.04
LINEAR
4.83 ACTING
10.70
(CYLINDERS)
15.06
7.57
45.68
0.05
7.02
1.65
-76.46
FURNITURE OF PLASTICS, NESOI
0.22
0.49
1.05
1.74
7.49
128.72
0.05
5.46
6.19
13.31
JEWELRY AND PARTS THEREOF, OF PRECIOUS
0.65
METAL
0.65 OTHER
0.65
THAN SILVER
1.37
7.42
75.64
0.05
4.64
2.84
-38.96
HANDBAGS, WHETHER OR NOT WITH SHOULDER
3.62
3.74
STRAP OR 4.03
HANDLES, 6.31
WITH OUTER
7.27SURFACE21.17
OF LEATHER, 0.05
COMPOSITION
5.67 LEATHER
5.36OR PATENT
-5.52
LEATHER
SINGLE LOUDSPEAKERS, MOUNTED IN3.15
THEIR ENCLOSURES
3.40
3.47
6.83
7.16
26.35
0.05
5.57
3.65
-34.40
MACHINES FOR THE RECEPTION, CONVERSION
3.21
AND
23.99TRANSMISSION
12.89
OR4.68
REGENERATION
7.14
OF VOICE,
-0.34 IMAGES OR
0.05OTHER 6.35
DATA (INCL.
2.06
SWITCHING
-67.52
AND ROUTIN
MEN'S OR BOYS' OVERCOATS, CARCOATS,
2.03 CAPES,8.89
CLOAKS, ANORAKS,
3.43
10.94
SKI-JACKETS,
7.08AND SIMILAR
31.08 ARTICLES0.05
OF MANMADE
5.68 FIBERS,
5.01KNITTED-11.95
OR CROCHETE
PLATES, SHEETS, FILM, FOIL, TAPE AND
0.57
OTHER FLAT
0.89 SHAPES
3.10
OF PLASTICS,
3.63 SELF-ADHESIVE,
7.08
IN
90.30
ROLLS NOT OVER
0.05 20 CM6.52
(8 IN.) WIDE
1.26
-80.69
CRAB, PREPARED OR PRESERVED, INCLUDING
15.86
PRODUCTS
3.85
CONTAINING
2.80
3.62
FISH MEAT
7.07
-15.46
0.05
5.46
5.14
-5.98
Leather further prepared after tanning/crusting,
0.00
incl. parchment-dressed
0.00
3.06
leather, of bovine
3.75 (incl. buffalo)/equine
7.06
#NUM!animals, without0.05
hair on, whole
5.58
hid
2.85
-48.97
H SECTIONS OF IRON OR NONALLOY STEEL,
0.00 HOT-WORKED,
0.00
80
0.00
MM OR MORE
5.68 HIGH7.05
#NUM!
0.05
7.05
0.00
-100.00
WOMEN'S OR GIRLS' ENSEMBLES OF COTTON,
0.07
KNITTED
0.13
OR CROCHETED
0.10
2.82
7.02
239.01
0.05
5.02
3.24
-35.49
Nucleic acids&their salts, whether/not chemically
0.13 defined,n.e.s.;
0.00 other heterocyclic
4.46
compounds,n.e.s.
4.99
7.00
#NUM!
0.05
4.67
11.12
137.96
WOODEN FURNITURE (EXCEPT SEATS)5.57
OF A KIND4.13
USED IN OFFICES
4.69
12.24
6.99
16.65
0.05
5.97
3.17
-46.94
MEN'S OR BOYS' SHIRTS OF MANMADE2.24
FIBERS, KNITTED
3.09
OR2.93
CROCHETED
6.66
6.98
35.60
0.05
6.40
2.94
-54.07
Yarn other than high tenacity/textured yarn (excl.
2.79sewing thread),
0.26 single/untwisted/with
0.23
4.12a twist not
6.95
>50 turns per
58.53
metre, of polyesters,
0.05 partially6.40
ori
5.08
-20.66
LITHIUM CELLS AND BATTERIES (EXCL.
3.61
SPENT). 4.75
5.80
5.93
6.89
16.33
0.04
5.33
4.08
-23.34
PARTS AND ACCESSORIES OF MOTORCYCLES
4.09
(INCLUDING
5.36
MOPEDS),
4.69
NESOI
8.01
6.78
15.14
0.04
4.48
3.89
-13.05
WOMEN'S OR GIRLS' OVERCOATS, RAINCOATS,
26.04
CARCOATS,
15.61
CAPES,
4.79
CLOAKS
6.44 AND SIMILAR
6.76
ARTICLES
-30.11 OF TEXTILE
0.04 MATERIALS
5.33 NESOI,
4.49NOT KNITTED
-15.83 OR CROC
WOVEN FABRICS OF COTTON, 85% OR 3.60
MORE COTTON
3.09 BY WEIGHT,
4.47
UNBLEACHED,
7.16
6.74
PLAIN WEAVE,
23.29WEIGHING0.04
OVER 200 G/M2
5.86
1.19
-79.76
MEN'S OR BOYS' GARMENTS NESOI OF 5.84
MANMADE6.02
FIBERS, NOT
1.75KNITTED
2.41
OR CROCHETED
6.68
-6.26
0.04
5.13
4.11
-19.79
WOMEN'S OR GIRLS' OVERCOATS, CARCOATS,
0.98
CAPES,
1.48 CLOAKS,
2.26ANORAKS,
2.85 SKI-JACKETS
6.61 AND 56.26
SIMILAR ARTICLES
0.04 OF COTTON,
3.59 KNITTED
5.20 OR CROCHETED
44.95
MEN'S OR BOYS' TROUSERS, BIB AND BRACE
5.22
OVERALLS,
6.03
BREECHES
6.42
AND
5.76SHORTS6.54
OF SYNTHETIC
4.11FIBERS, KNITTED
0.04
OR CROCHETED
4.82
5.44
12.93
MACE
4.50
7.18
7.95
6.53
6.51
6.64
0.04
5.42
4.76
-12.12
WOVEN FABRICS OF SYNTHETIC FILAMENTS
3.34
NESOI,
2.5585% OR4.52
MORE BY WEIGHT
7.41
OF6.50
TEXTURED27.08
POLYESTER FILAMENTS,
0.04
5.09
PRINTED 5.59
9.92
OLEIC, LINOLEIC OR LINOLENIC ACIDS,
2.56
THEIR SALTS
3.21 AND ESTERS
3.81
3.19
6.49
20.37
0.04
4.67
2.58
-44.76
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04-08
2008
2008
2009
DAFTAR HS 6 DIGIT KOMODITAS EKSPOR NON MIGAS INDONESIA KE UNI EROPA
(US $ JUTA)
TREND (%) PANGSA (%)
NO.
HS6
265
266
267
268
269
270
271
272
273
274
275
276
277
278
279
280
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
290
291
292
293
294
295
296
297
392020
610120
940320
130239
590610
152110
420321
292242
293361
852692
950670
620449
761519
841850
401161
721934
854160
520622
281119
852550
901890
540752
340510
610342
420222
382312
854290
482369
521011
854150
610590
850110
853720
URAIAN
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
JAN-SEP
PERTUMB.
(%)
PLATES, SHEETS, FILM, FOIL AND STRIP
2.31
OF PLASTICS,
4.10 NOT SELF-ADHESIVE,
1.54
6.30 NON-CELLULAR,
6.48
28.34
NOT REINFORCED
0.04OR LAMINATED
5.66
ETC.,
2.78 OF POLYMERS
-50.85 OF PROP
MEN'S OR BOYS' OVERCOATS, CARCOATS,
2.55 CAPES,1.32
CLOAKS, ANORAKS,
2.72
1.75
SKI-JACKETS,
6.47AND SIMILAR
23.92 ARTICLES0.04
OF COTTON,
4.71KNITTED
6.36
OR CROCHETED
35.25
METAL FURNITURE, NESOI
2.32
3.32
3.93
4.97
6.42
27.65
0.04
5.07
4.93
-2.69
MUCILAGES AND THICKENERS, WHETHER
1.70 OR NOT
4.09
MODIFIED,
4.04
DERIVED
6.03
FROM VEGETABLE
6.37
PRODUCTS,
35.35
NESOI
0.04
5.08
2.44
-51.89
RUBBERIZED TEXTILE ADHESIVE TAPE,
3.67
NOT OVER
4.18
20 CM IN5.96
WIDTH 6.63
6.37
16.93
0.04
4.94
3.84
-22.14
VEGETABLE WAXES (OTHER THAN TRIGLYCERIDES)
0.00
0.06
2.03
3.21
6.28
649.84
0.04
4.87
3.82
-21.51
GLOVES, MITTENS AND MITTS, DESIGNED
2.74 FOR USE
4.65
IN SPORTS,
4.98OF LEATHER
5.66 OR OF
6.25
COMPOSITION
20.22 LEATHER 0.04
5.05
4.20
-16.70
GLUTAMIC ACID AND ITS SALTS
13.90
16.03
8.88
7.43
6.14
-21.35
0.04
5.06
9.84
94.57
MELAMINE
10.02
14.60
14.25
7.51
6.00
-15.57
0.04
4.57
0.71
-84.34
RADIO REMOTE CONTROL APPARATUS0.90
1.39
0.37
0.00
5.99
#NUM!
0.04
3.45
7.31
111.97
ICE SKATES AND ROLLER SKATES, INCLUDING
0.00
SKATING
0.00
BOOTS
0.36 WITH SKATES
1.71
ATTACHED,
5.93
#NUM!
PARTS AND ACCESSORIES
0.04
THEREOF
5.73
0.51
-91.05
WOMEN'S OR GIRLS' DRESSES OF TEXTILE
2.05 MATERIALS
5.63 NESOI,
12.53
NOT KNITTED
8.00 OR CROCHETED
5.93
28.08
0.04
5.04
6.11
21.12
TABLE, KITCHEN OR OTHER HOUSEHOLD
2.41ARTICLES,
3.01 PARTS 3.70
THEREOF, 4.73
OF ALUMINIUM
5.90 (EXCL.25.16
POT SCOURERS
0.04
AND SCOURING
4.61
OR POLISHING
3.92
PADS,
-14.94 GLOVES
REFRIGERATING OR FREEZING CHESTS,
3.35
DISPLAY5.19
COUNTERS,
7.12
CABINETS,
6.37
SHOWCASES
5.87 AND SIMILAR
14.18 EQUIPMENT,
0.04 NESOI5.82
3.44
-40.80
New pneumatic tyres, of rubber, having a herring-bone/similar
4.53
7.63 tread, of4.72
a kind used 3.93
on agricultural/forestry
5.83
vehicles
-1.57 & machines 0.04
5.23
1.53
-70.69
FLAT-ROLLED STAINLESS STEEL PRODUCTS,
0.00
600 MM
0.12 OR MORE
2.55WIDE, 14.58
COLD-ROLLED,
5.83 0.5 #NUM!
MM BUT NOT OVER0.04
1 MM THICK
5.64
1.99
-64.75
MOUNTED PIEZOELECTRIC CRYSTALS2.67
3.66
4.19
4.22
5.83
18.56
0.04
4.91
3.26
-33.54
COTTON YARN NESOI, LESS THAN 85%2.61
BY WEIGHT
3.32
OF COTTON,
4.38 NOT PUT
4.60UP FOR 5.82
RETAIL SALE,
21.31
SINGLE COMBED
0.04 YARN,4.56
OVER 14 NM
4.35BUT NOT -4.64
OVER 43 NM
INORGANIC ACIDS, NESOI
1.17
1.88
1.99
1.99
5.71
38.14
0.04
4.90
0.83
-83.15
Transmission apparatus for radio-broadcasting/television
0.02
0.13
1.90
1.74
5.67
292.31
0.04
5.55
0.18
-96.72
INSTRUMENTS AND APPLIANCES FOR MEDICAL,
1.50
SURGICAL
2.36
OR
3.03VETERINARY
3.61 SCIENCES,
5.62 NESOI,
35.83
AND PARTS AND
0.04 ACCESSORIES
4.08
THEREOF
6.19
51.60
WOVEN FABRICS OF SYNTHETIC FILAMENTS
5.51
NESOI,
5.0085% OR9.52
MORE BY WEIGHT
4.99
OF5.57
TEXTURED 0.17
POLYESTER FILAMENTS,
0.04
3.74
DYED
3.10
-17.15
POLISHES, CREAMS AND SIMILAR PREPARATIONS
0.01
2.06
FOR FOOTWEAR
8.05
OR LEATHER
6.13
5.55
351.21
0.04
4.05
2.75
-32.04
MEN'S OR BOYS' TROUSERS, BIB AND BRACE
5.33
OVERALLS,
4.35
BREECHES
6.65
AND
5.39SHORTS5.55
OF COTTON,2.99
KNITTED OR CROCHETED
0.04
3.79
6.15
62.18
HANDBAGS, WHETHER OR NOT WITH SHOULDER
4.58
5.63
STRAP OR 5.81
HANDLES, 4.74
WITH OUTER
5.50SURFACE2.00
OF PLASTIC SHEETING
0.04
OR
4.62
OF TEXTILE
1.80MATERIALS
-60.96
OLEIC ACID, INDUSTRIAL
1.08
5.35
3.37
2.80
5.50
29.90
0.04
3.21
3.28
2.29
PARTS FOR ELECTRONIC INTEGRATED2.01
CIRCUITS 1.96
AND MICROASSEMBLIES
2.96
3.27
5.49
28.71
0.04
3.54
5.35
51.01
Trays, dishes, plates, cups&the like, of paper/paperboard
1.15
(excl.
1.33 of 4823.61)
2.37
4.23
5.48
53.51
0.04
4.09
4.35
6.36
WOVEN FABRICS OF COTTON, LESS THAN
11.32 85% COTTON
8.31 BY 14.47
WEIGHT, MIXED
6.99 MAINLY
5.43WITH MANMADE
-15.14
FIBERS,
0.04
UNBLEACHED,
4.76
PLAIN
1.29WEAVE, WEIGHING
-72.81
NOT
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES, EXCEPT PHOTOSENSITIVE
0.29
0.93 AND2.52
PHOTOVOLTAIC
3.69 CELLS,
5.42NESOI 106.27
0.04
4.27
2.00
-53.17
MEN'S OR BOYS' SHIRTS OF TEXTILE MATERIALS
15.59
26.81
NESOI, KNITTED
22.16 OR CROCHETED
8.95
5.38
-27.56
0.04
4.71
2.43
-48.47
ELECTRIC MOTORS OF AN OUTPUT NOT
8.93
EXCEEDING
10.83 37.5 W 8.28
5.95
5.37
-14.91
0.03
4.27
2.61
-38.95
BOARDS, PANELS, CONSOLES, ETC. WITH
3.51ELECTRICAL
1.64 APPARATUS,
2.00
FOR
5.17
ELECTRIC
5.37
CONTROL22.09
OR DISTRIBUTION
0.03 OF ELECTRICITY,
3.76
3.96
FOR A VOLTAGE
5.07 EXCEEDIN
Sumber: BPS, diolah
04-08
2008
2008
2009
DAFTAR HS 6 DIGIT KOMODITAS EKSPOR NON MIGAS INDONESIA KE UNI EROPA
(US $ JUTA)
TREND (%) PANGSA (%)
NO.
HS6
298
299
300
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
318
319
320
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
329
330
620443
620439
621600
920600
392069
854430
721933
320412
481930
620192
380210
851770
240399
842131
670420
481022
551319
130231
848180
650610
670411
961310
610831
620323
550932
870830
490900
850490
520523
650590
551611
821599
940171
URAIAN
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
JAN-SEP
PERTUMB.
(%)
WOMEN'S OR GIRLS' DRESSES OF SYNTHETIC
4.71
FIBERS,
3.74 NOT KNITTED
3.78
OR5.31
CROCHETED
5.36
6.26
0.03
4.29
5.96
38.82
WOMEN'S OR GIRLS' SUIT-TYPE JACKETS
7.57AND BLAZERS
2.96
OF TEXTILE
3.40
MATERIALS
6.45
NESOI,
5.35
NOT KNITTED
0.84
OR CROCHETED
0.03
4.23
4.66
10.23
GLOVES, MITTENS AND MITTS, NOT KNITTED
5.05
OR4.13
CROCHETED
4.95
5.45
5.34
3.95
0.03
4.18
5.57
33.03
PERCUSSION MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 4.77
(FOR EXAMPLE,
3.95 DRUMS,
5.03XYLOPHONES,
5.26
CYMBALS,
5.32
CASTANETS,
5.19
MARACAS)
0.03
4.36
2.49
-42.94
PLATES, SHEETS, FILM, FOIL AND STRIP
4.77
OF PLASTICS,
6.31 NOT SELF-ADHESIVE,
5.05
6.53 NON-CELLULAR,
5.32
NOT
2.56 REINFORCED
0.03OR LAMINATED
4.10
ETC.,
3.61 OF POLYESTERS
-11.90
NESOI
INSULATED IGNITION WIRING SETS AND
0.18OTHER WIRING
0.50
SETS
0.03FOR VEHICLES,
1.47
AIRCRAFT
5.29
AND
119.55
SHIPS
0.03
4.38
1.85
-57.92
FLAT-ROLLED STAINLESS STEEL PRODUCTS,
0.00
600 MM
0.11 OR MORE
1.45WIDE, 10.06
COLD-ROLLED,
5.28 OVER
#NUM!
1 MM BUT UNDER
0.03
3 MM THICK
5.20
0.71
-86.40
ACID DYES, WHETHER OR NOT PREMETALLIZED,
0.00
0.34
AND PREPARATIONS
1.63
2.65
BASED THEREON;
5.28
#NUM!
MORDANT DYES AND
0.03PREPARATIONS
4.38
BASED
2.13 THEREON
-51.46
SACKS AND BAGS, HAVING A BASE OF2.10
40 CM (15.75
2.79
IN.) WIDE3.78
OR MORE,4.63
OF PAPER,5.26
PAPERBOARD,
26.44CELLULOSE
0.03
WADDING
3.95
OR WEBS3.01
OF CELLULOSE
-23.83FIBERS
MEN'S OR BOYS' ANORAKS, SKI-JACKETS,
2.62WINDBREAKERS
1.44
AND
2.06 SIMILAR
3.66ARTICLES
5.26
OF COTTON,
26.18NOT KNITTED
0.03OR CROCHETED
3.62
6.27
73.16
ACTIVATED CARBON
3.59
3.37
5.26
4.92
5.19
11.79
0.03
3.71
3.54
-4.43
PARTS OF TELEPHONE SETS
12.24
2.91
3.85
5.16
5.18
-10.82
0.03
4.24
5.35
26.03
MANUFACTURED TOBACCO AND ITS SUBSTITUTES,
0.00
0.38NESOI; TOBACCO
3.83
EXTRACTS
4.45
5.11
AND ESSENCES
#NUM!
0.03
4.09
2.91
-28.93
INTAKE AIR FILTERS FOR INTERNAL COMBUSTION
1.85
2.28
ENGINES2.86
3.92
5.11
29.34
0.03
3.50
4.27
22.14
WIGS, FALSE BEARDS, EYEBROWS AND
1.09
EYELASHES,
0.51 SWITCHES
1.49 AND THE
2.50LIKE, OF5.10
HUMAN HAIR;
59.57ARTICLES OF
0.03HUMAN3.70
HAIR NESOI
6.17
66.51
Paper & paperboard of a kind used for writing/printing/other
0.03
0.00
graphic purposes,
0.00
coated
3.51
on one/both
5.05
sides with
#NUM!
kaolin (China clay)/other
0.03 inorganic
4.30subst 3.88
-9.74
WOVEN FABRICS OF SYNTHETIC STAPLE
2.93FIBERS EXCEPT
3.69
POLYESTER,
4.24
UNDER
4.79
85%4.99
(WT.) OF SUCH
14.19FIBERS, UNBLEACHED
0.03
3.98
OR BLEACHED,
1.97 WITH-50.49
COTTON, NOT
AGAR-AGAR
3.33
2.89
4.04
4.39
4.93
12.75
0.03
3.56
3.07
-13.91
TAPS, COCKS, VALVES AND SIMILAR APPLIANCES
3.24
3.59
FOR PIPES,
4.75
VATS OR4.64
THE LIKE, 4.92
INCLUDING11.53
THERMOSTATICALLY
0.03
CONTROLLED
3.85
3.03
VALVES, NESOI
-21.38
SAFETY (INCLUDING SPORTS) HEADGEAR,
3.85 WHETHER
4.22 OR NOT
5.78
LINED OR
9.12
TRIMMED4.88
13.26
0.03
3.46
2.57
-25.58
COMPLETE WIGS, OF SYNTHETIC TEXTILE
4.57 MATERIALS
3.06
3.48
4.21
4.83
4.42
0.03
3.66
3.34
-8.80
POCKET LIGHTERS, GAS FUELED, NONREFILLABLE
2.27
0.51
0.59
4.65
4.83
44.91
0.03
4.25
1.72
-59.58
WOMEN'S OR GIRLS' NIGHTDRESSES AND
4.86PAJAMAS
4.73OF COTTON,
3.14 KNITTED
2.88OR CROCHETED
4.70
-5.47
0.03
3.63
4.68
28.63
MEN'S OR BOYS' ENSEMBLES OF SYNTHETIC
0.10 FIBERS,
0.00 NOT KNITTED
0.03
OR1.78
CROCHETED
4.65
376.88
0.03
3.33
2.83
-15.16
SYNTHETIC STAPLE FIBER YARN (EXCEPT
4.14 SEWING
4.27
THREAD),
5.62
NOT FOR5.59
RETAIL SALE,
4.63 85% OR MORE
5.05 (WT.) OF0.03
ACRYLICS3.76
OR MODACRYLICS,
1.87
MULTIPLE
-50.09
OR CA
Brakes & servo-brakes; parts thereof, of the motor
1.60 vehicles7.06
of headings3.07
87.01 to 87.05.
1.68
4.61
7.03
0.03
3.06
3.68
20.19
PRINTED OR ILLUSTRATED POST CARDS,
2.76GREETING
3.23CARDS,2.22
MESSAGES3.24
OR ANNOUNCEMENTS,
4.61
10.84
WITH OR WITHOUT
0.03
ENVELOPES
3.87
OR3.07
TRIMMINGS
-20.58
PARTS FOR ELECTRICAL TRANSFORMERS,
3.37 STATIC
5.93
CONVERTERS
7.63 AND INDUCTORS
5.91
4.60
6.42
0.03
3.96
2.74
-30.86
COTTON YARN NESOI, 85% OR MORE BY
3.21
WEIGHT1.73
OF COTTON,
1.10
NOT PUT2.73
UP FOR RETAIL
4.60 SALE,12.53
SINGLE COMBED
0.03YARN, OVER
3.25 43 NM2.61
BUT NOT OVER
-19.63 52 NM
HATS AND HEADGEAR, KNITTED OR CROCHETED,
7.67
7.98
MADE UP7.48
FROM LACE,
6.22FELT OR4.57
OTHER TEXTILE
-12.08 FABRIC IN
0.03
THE PIECE
3.76
(NOT IN STRIPS),
2.41
WHETHER
-35.87 OR NOT
WOVEN FABRICS OF ARTIFICIAL STAPLE
1.40FIBERS, 1.27
CONTAINING
2.0485% OR 1.98
MORE BY WEIGHT
4.53
OF 32.13
SUCH FIBERS, UNBLEACHED
0.03
3.83OR BLEACHED
1.60
-58.26
SPOONS, FORKS, LADLES, CAKE-SERVERS,
4.91 SUGAR3.71
TONGS AND
3.73LIKE KITCHEN
4.30
OR TABLEWARE
4.48
-0.38
OF UNPLATED0.03
BASE METAL
4.09 (NO SETS),
0.94 AND PARTS
-77.08THEREOF,
SEATS WITH METAL FRAMES, UPHOLSTERED,
0.34
NESOI
1.35
3.31
3.84
4.45
85.38
0.03
3.64
2.70
-25.74
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2008
2008
2009
DAFTAR HS 6 DIGIT KOMODITAS EKSPOR NON MIGAS INDONESIA KE UNI EROPA
(US $ JUTA)
TREND (%) PANGSA (%)
NO.
HS6
331
332
333
334
335
336
337
338
339
340
341
342
343
344
345
346
347
348
349
350
351
352
353
354
355
356
357
358
359
360
361
362
363
420212
190230
960720
840991
850410
410449
760612
620620
291590
610463
401691
732393
210690
620319
401031
290519
871496
520532
851190
900150
847050
482020
560811
030619
950590
520299
610469
320417
090611
870530
847329
540761
540774
URAIAN
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
JAN-SEP
PERTUMB.
(%)
TRUNKS, SUITCASES, VANITY CASES AND
8.30 SIMILAR
4.64
CONTAINERS,
5.35 WITH6.32
OUTER SURFACE
4.45
OF PLASTICS
-8.95
OR OF0.03
TEXTILE MATERIALS
3.65
5.52
51.03
PASTA, PREPARED, NESOI
0.08
1.00
2.02
2.75
4.44
149.03
0.03
3.08
3.31
7.37
PARTS OF SLIDE FASTENERS
3.82
2.92
3.68
4.25
4.41
6.81
0.03
3.47
2.92
-15.67
PARTS FOR USE WITH SPARK-IGNITION2.17
INTERNAL
2.38
COMBUSTION
2.61 PISTON
13.25
ENGINES4.37
(INCLUDING
36.59
ROTARY ENGINES),
0.03
NESOI
3.17
1.56
-50.61
BALLASTS FOR DISCHARGE LAMPS OR0.01
TUBES
0.01
0.05
0.20
4.31
380.45
0.03
3.79
1.72
-54.58
Tanned/crust hides & skins of bovine (incl. buffalo)/equine
0.21
0.38
animals, without
2.27 hair on,5.53
in the dry state
4.31(crust), whether/not
139.43
split but0.03
not further prep
3.80
0.65
-82.86
ALUMINUM ALLOY RECTANGULAR (INCLUDING
0.00
SQUARE)
0.01
PLATES,
2.06
SHEETS
1.23 AND STRIP,
4.30 OVER
#NUM!
0.2 MM THICK 0.03
4.11
0.29
-93.02
WOMENS' OR GIRLS' BLOUSES, SHIRTS1.16
AND SHIRT-BLOUSES
0.20
0.64
OF WOOL OR
6.16FINE ANIMAL
4.29 HAIR,82.82
NOT KNITTED0.03
OR CROCHETED
3.30
4.38
32.73
SATURATED ACYCLIC MONOCARBOXYLIC
2.28 ACIDS,2.05
THEIR ANHYDRIDES,
4.05
4.04
HALIDES,4.27
PEROXIDES21.33
AND PEROXYACIDS;
0.03 THEIR
3.36HALOGENATED,
1.96
SULFONATED
-41.70
ETC
WOMEN'S OR GIRLS' TROUSERS, BIB AND
5.25BRACE 1.43
OVERALLS,2.55
BREECHES
3.17
AND SHORTS
4.26 OF SYNTHETIC
3.84
FIBERS,0.03
KNITTED 2.56
OR CROCHETED
2.38
-6.93
FLOOR COVERINGS AND MATS, OF VULCANIZED
1.61
1.80
RUBBER OTHER
1.96 THAN2.99
HARD RUBBER
4.23
27.58
0.03
3.20
2.53
-20.87
TABLE, KITCHEN OR OTHER HOUSEHOLD
2.28ARTICLES
2.31AND PARTS
4.38 THEREOF,
3.65 OF STAINLESS
4.16
STEEL
18.08
0.03
2.89
2.56
-11.21
FOOD PREPARATIONS NESOI
0.06
0.13
0.16
1.09
4.15
185.38
0.03
4.11
1.22
-70.43
MEN'S OR BOYS' SUITS OF TEXTILE MATERIALS
15.16
NESOI,
9.53 NOT 8.16
KNITTED OR
8.91CROCHETED
4.12
-23.47
0.03
3.49
1.00
-71.48
Endless transmission belts of trapezoidal cross-section
0.67
(V-belts),
1.33 V-ribbed,
2.66 of an outside
3.41 circumference
4.12 >60cm58.17
but not >180cm, 0.03
of vulcanised3.29
rubber
1.50
-54.50
SATURATED MONOHYDRIC ALCOHOLS,
0.53
NESOI 1.36
2.23
3.19
4.11
63.90
0.03
2.83
1.74
-38.58
PEDALS AND CRANK-GEAR, AND PARTS
2.90
THEREOF2.53
FOR BICYCLES
3.13 AND 3.80
OTHER CYCLES
4.07 NESOI11.46
0.03
3.31
2.61
-21.12
COTTON YARN NESOI, 85% OR MORE (WT.)
6.74 COTTON,
5.14NOT FOR
5.51
RETAIL SALE,
6.14 MULTIPLE
4.07 OR CABLED
-7.99 UNCOMBED
0.03 YARN, 3.00
OVER 14 NM
1.74
BUT NOT -42.04
OVER 43 NM PE
PARTS FOR ELECTRICAL IGNITION OR 0.11
STARTING 0.43
EQUIPMENT
0.49
USED FOR
1.69
INTERNAL
4.05
COMBUSTION
134.15 ENGINES; 0.03
PARTS FOR2.85
GENERATORS
3.17 AND CUT-OUTS
11.07
USED W
SPECTACLE LENSES OF MATERIALS OTHER
2.23 THAN2.56
GLASS 3.28
3.18
4.02
15.00
0.03
3.00
3.34
11.54
CASH REGISTERS
1.41
1.93
2.49
3.53
4.01
30.98
0.03
2.94
5.82
98.23
EXERCISE BOOKS, OF PAPER OR PAPERBOARD
5.56
5.21
5.26
4.89
4.00
-6.94
0.03
3.86
3.75
-2.80
MADE-UP FISHING NETS, OF MANMADE
3.55
TEXTILE 4.55
MATERIALS
3.72
3.33
4.00
-0.75
0.03
3.10
3.00
-3.06
CRUSTACEANS, NESOI, INCLUDING IN 3.51
SHELL, COOKED
2.88 BY STEAMING
0.20
OR
8.40BY BOILING
3.98 IN WATER,
14.12FROZEN 0.03
3.40
0.77
-77.34
FESTIVE (EXCEPT CHRISTMAS), CARNIVAL
3.33 OR OTHER
3.56 ENTERTAINMENT
3.31
3.70
ARTICLES,
3.97
INCLUDING
3.99
MAGIC TRICKS
0.03AND PRACTICAL
2.76
JOKE
4.15 ITEMS; PARTS
50.44 AND AC
COTTON WASTE, NESOI
1.81
0.59
1.67
1.29
3.95
26.47
0.03
3.14
2.85
-9.31
WOMEN'S OR GIRLS' TROUSERS, BIB AND
1.31BRACE 1.56
OVERALLS,1.51
BREECHES
3.28
AND SHORTS
3.94 OF TEXTILE
34.31 MATERIALS
0.03NESOI, KNITTED
2.89
OR1.28
CROCHETED
-55.71
PIGMENTS AND PREPARATIONS BASED3.50
THEREON3.56
3.38
4.53
3.93
4.86
0.03
3.69
1.64
-55.46
Cinnamon(Cinnamomum zeylanicum Blume) 4.42
& cinnamon-tree
5.17 flowers,4.28
neither crushed/ground
3.59
3.93
-5.80
0.03
3.29
2.16
-34.21
FIRE FIGHTING VEHICLES
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
3.91
#NUM!
0.03
3.91
0.00
-100.00
PARTS AND ACCESSORIES FOR CASH REGISTERS
3.92
3.89
AND MACHINES
4.92 FOR ACCOUNTING,
4.92
3.91POSTAGE-FRANKING,
2.34
TICKET-ISSUING
0.03
3.05 AND SIMILAR
0.62
MACHINES
-79.49 WITH A
WOVEN FABRICS OF YARN CONTAINING
4.87>= 85% NON-TEXTURED
4.60
5.41 POLYESTER
4.65
FILAMENTS
3.89
BY -4.29
WEIGHT, INCL.0.03
MONOFILAMENT
3.02
OF >=
2.4067 DECITEX
-20.54
AND A MAX
WOVEN FABRICS OF SYNTHETIC FILAMENTS
8.50
NESOI,
5.7585% OR6.27
MORE BY WEIGHT
3.97
OF3.85
SYNTHETIC
-17.76
FILAMENTS EXCEPT
0.03
POLYAMIDES
3.46
2.05
AND POLYESTERS,
-40.68 PRINTED
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2008
2008
2009
DAFTAR HS 6 DIGIT KOMODITAS EKSPOR NON MIGAS INDONESIA KE UNI EROPA
(US $ JUTA)
TREND (%) PANGSA (%)
NO.
HS6
364
365
366
367
368
369
370
371
372
373
374
375
376
377
378
379
380
381
382
383
384
385
386
387
388
389
390
391
392
393
394
395
396
680229
920120
521111
620463
130190
760429
610442
460211
610711
611693
870810
401199
852290
854011
680421
170390
690810
853222
520822
520832
851711
620721
090210
410530
620891
291736
680299
390760
551419
761490
871310
290711
871120
URAIAN
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
JAN-SEP
PERTUMB.
(%)
MONUMENTAL OR BUILDING STONE AND
1.22 ARTICLES
2.04THEREOF
2.04NESOI, SIMPLY
3.42
CUT3.84
OR SAWN 32.43
WITH A FLAT OR
0.02
EVEN SURFACE,
3.12
OF2.34
STONE NESOI
-25.09
GRAND PIANOS
2.86
3.36
3.96
4.05
3.82
7.97
0.02
2.61
2.22
-15.19
WOVEN FABRICS OF COTTON, LESS THAN
0.19 85% COTTON
0.37 BY WEIGHT,
0.79
MIXED
4.72 MAINLY
3.81WITH MANMADE
135.17
FIBERS,
0.02
UNBLEACHED,
3.15
PLAIN
1.16WEAVE, WEIGHING
-63.10
OVE
WOMEN'S OR GIRLS' TROUSERS, BIB AND
6.17BRACE 4.19
OVERALLS,4.41
BREECHES
4.14
AND SHORTS
3.81 OF SYNTHETIC
-9.29
FIBERS,0.02
NOT KNITTED
3.02 OR CROCHETED
2.30
-23.75
NATURAL GUMS, GUM RESINS, RESINS2.75
AND BALSAMS,
2.33 NESOI
2.86
4.54
3.80
14.05
0.02
3.23
1.73
-46.41
ALUMINUM ALLOY BARS, RODS AND PROFILES,
0.81
OTHER
2.48 THAN
4.65
HOLLOW5.16
PROFILES3.79
46.56
0.02
3.07
2.17
-29.20
WOMEN'S OR GIRLS' DRESSES OF COTTON,
2.34 KNITTED
1.91OR CROCHETED
1.80
2.66
3.77
13.71
0.02
3.05
4.69
53.72
Basketwork, wickerwork & other articles, made
7.02
directly to7.36
shape from bamboo
4.67
3.89
3.77
-17.18
0.02
3.04
2.24
-26.19
MEN'S OR BOYS' UNDERPANTS AND BRIEFS
4.31 OF COTTON,
6.07
KNITTED
4.55 OR CROCHETED
4.45
3.74
-5.77
0.02
2.85
2.92
2.65
GLOVES NESOI, MITTENS AND MITTS, 3.11
OF SYNTHETIC
4.01 FIBERS,
4.39
KNITTED3.38
OR CROCHETED
3.72
1.86
0.02
3.05
2.16
-29.12
BUMPERS AND PARTS THEREOF FOR MOTOR
2.75
VEHICLES
3.81
2.88
3.14
3.71
4.10
0.02
3.13
0.34
-89.19
NEW PNEUMATIC TIRES, OF RUBBER, NESOI
2.36
2.76
2.41
6.61
3.70
19.42
0.02
3.42
1.59
-53.40
PARTS AND ACCESSORIES, EXCEPT PICKUP
7.05 CARTRIDGES,
0.91
FOR
17.69SOUND12.46
REPRODUCING,
3.69 SOUND14.09
RECORDING, AND
0.02 VIDEO2.00
RECORDING
4.22
OR REPRODUCING
111.42
APPAR
CATHODE-RAY TELEVISION PICTURE TUBES,
0.63
COLOR,
4.57 INCLUDING
4.16 VIDEO
5.62
MONITOR
3.69
CATHODE-RAY
45.53 TUBES 0.02
3.69
0.01
-99.79
MILLSTONES, GRINDSTONES, GRINDING
1.55
WHEELS1.96
AND THE LIKE
2.71 NESOI,3.88
OF AGGLOMERATED
3.65
27.10
SYNTHETIC OR0.02
NATURAL2.87
DIAMOND 1.31
-54.24
MOLASSES RESULTING FROM THE EXTRACTION
0.00
OR
0.00REFINING
0.00OF SUGAR,
0.21NESOI 3.63
#NUM!
0.02
2.53
0.00
-100.00
GLAZED CERAMIC TILES, CUBES AND SIMILAR
3.09
ARTICLES,
3.12
LARGEST
4.38
SURFACE
4.75
AREA
3.58OF WHICH7.37
CAN BE ENCLOSED
0.02 IN A2.88
SQUARE WITH
2.36 SIDES LESS
-17.90THAN 7 CM
FIXED CAPACITORS NESOI, ALUMINUM
3.90
ELECTROLYTIC
3.96
3.95
4.12
3.54
-1.49
0.02
2.89
1.79
-38.13
WOVEN FABRICS OF COTTON, 85% OR 3.72
MORE COTTON
6.95 BY WEIGHT,
9.17
BLEACHED,
6.25
PLAIN
3.49 WEAVE,-2.33
WEIGHING OVER
0.02 100 G/M2
3.19
BUT NOT0.78
OVER 200 G/M2
-75.47
WOVEN FABRICS OF COTTON, 85% OR 3.20
MORE COTTON
4.16 BY WEIGHT,
4.09
DYED,
4.06PLAIN WEAVE,
3.45
WEIGHING
1.25 OVER 100
0.02
G/M2 BUT
2.61
NOT OVER
1.58
200 G/M2 -39.24
TELEPHONE SETS FOR LINE TELEPHONY
0.00WITH CORDLESS
0.00
HANDSETS.
0.25
2.42
3.44
#NUM!
0.02
1.84
2.75
49.14
MEN'S OR BOYS' NIGHTSHIRTS AND PAJAMAS
0.81
OF 1.30
COTTON, NOT
0.61 KNITTED
0.99OR CROCHETED
3.44
30.07
0.02
3.15
0.44
-86.17
GREEN TEA (NOT FERMENTED) IN IMMEDIATE
0.46
PACKINGS
1.62
OF3.12
A CONTENT
3.19NOT EXCEEDING
3.44
3 KG
59.76
(6.61 LB.) 0.02
2.83
1.69
-40.12
Tanned/crust skins of sheep/lambs, without wool
5.26on, in the2.12
dry state (crust),
0.28 whether/not
3.30 split but3.42
not further prepared
-4.07
0.02
3.11
0.68
-78.19
WOMEN'S OR GIRLS' UNDERSHIRTS, BRIEFS,
0.13 PANTIES,
0.20 BATHROBES,
0.05
DRESSING
0.70
GOWNS
3.37 AND SIMILAR
116.88 ARTICLES
0.02OF COTTON,
2.37 NOT KNITTED
4.70
OR 98.33
CROCHETED
TEREPHTHALIC ACID AND ITS SALTS 1.96
5.83
26.19
25.21
3.37
29.04
0.02
3.37
1.78
-47.14
WORKED MONUMENTAL OR BUILDING0.90
STONE NESOI,
1.43 OF STONE
2.08 NESOI4.05
3.36
44.41
0.02
2.63
3.05
15.75
POLYETHYLENE TEREPHTHALATE, IN10.18
PRIMARY23.76
FORMS 26.18
2.91
3.35
-35.08
0.02
2.68
1.75
-34.69
WOVEN FABRICS OF SYNTHETIC STAPLE
0.56FIBERS EXCEPT
1.99
POLYESTER,
3.55
UNDER
3.90
85%3.35
(WT.) OF SUCH
53.20FIBERS, UNBLEACHED
0.02
2.81
OR BLEACHED,
1.27 WITH-54.77
COTTON, OVER
STRANDED WIRE, CABLES, PLAITED BANDS
0.12 AND 0.00
SIMILAR ARTICLES
0.04
OF0.36
ALUMINUM,
3.33NOT#NUM!
ELECTRICALLY INSULATED,
0.02
NESOI
3.33
0.04
-98.91
INVALID CARRIAGES, NOT MECHANICALLY
1.24 PROPELLED
0.57
0.04
1.20
3.31
31.21
0.02
1.97
1.47
-25.48
PHENOL (HYDROXYBENZENE) AND ITS1.11
SALTS 1.76
1.61
3.22
3.29
32.11
0.02
2.55
1.40
-45.06
MOTORCYCLES AND CYCLES WITH AN0.91
AUXILIARY
1.63
MOTOR, 2.76
WITH RECIPROCATING
0.42
3.27
INTERNAL
12.72
COMBUSTION0.02
PISTON ENGINE,
2.98
CYLINDER
2.32
CAPACITY
-22.33 OVER 50
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2008
2009
DAFTAR HS 6 DIGIT KOMODITAS EKSPOR NON MIGAS INDONESIA KE UNI EROPA
(US $ JUTA)
TREND (%) PANGSA (%)
NO.
HS6
397
398
399
400
401
402
403
404
405
406
407
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
417
418
419
420
421
422
423
424
425
426
427
428
429
851718
270111
420292
320416
840420
460290
640420
030422
520811
620333
120799
030624
293100
610230
851690
480920
030329
701349
640320
670419
410712
711719
520300
440290
731210
620821
640340
392610
610432
620199
290516
847989
902300
URAIAN
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
JAN-SEP
PERTUMB.
(%)
Other telephone sets, incl. telephones for cellular
0.33networks/for
0.33 other wireless
0.00 networks,
2.48other than3.27
8517.11 & 8517.12
93.65
0.02
3.05
2.57
-15.81
ANTHRACITE COAL, WHETHER OR NOT
0.00
PULVERIZED,
0.00 BUT NOT
2.46AGGLOMERATED
3.20
3.25
#NUM!
0.02
3.25
4.49
38.02
CONTAINER BAGS, BOXES, CASES AND3.92
SATCHELS2.13
NESOI, WITH
2.83 OUTER3.79
SURFACE OF
3.24PLASTIC SHEETING
2.02
OR OF
0.02TEXTILE2.48
MATERIALS
3.32
34.17
REACTIVE DYES AND PREPARATIONS BASED
2.85
THEREON
2.82
3.15
3.88
3.24
5.97
0.02
2.49
5.13
106.39
CONDENSERS FOR STEAM OR OTHER VAPOR
2.59
POWER
0.00 UNITS 0.77
16.76
3.22
#NUM!
0.02
0.18
1.78
860.02
BASKETWORK, WICKERWORK AND OTHER
1.82 ARTICLES
2.27 MADE3.07
DIRECTLY2.97
TO SHAPE,3.22
OF OTHER15.08
THAN VEGETABLE
0.02 MATERIALS;
2.53
ARTICLES
1.53 OF LOOFAH
-39.53
FOOTWEAR, WITH OUTER SOLES OF LEATHER
26.06
OR
35.11
COMPOSITION
31.97 LEATHER
2.05 AND UPPERS
3.22
OF TEXTILE
-50.46 MATERIALS
0.02
1.11
1.83
65.57
Toothfish (Dissostichus spp.), frozen fillets 0.00
0.00
0.00
0.59
3.21
#NUM!
0.02
2.37
2.08
-12.01
WOVEN FABRICS OF COTTON, 85% OR 6.19
MORE COTTON
8.51 BY WEIGHT,
7.78
UNBLEACHED,
3.85
3.19
PLAIN WEAVE,
-19.07WEIGHING0.02
NOT OVER2.55
100 G/M2 3.27
28.62
MEN'S OR BOYS' SUIT-TYPE JACKETS AND
1.74 BLAZERS
3.77OF SYNTHETIC
2.96
FIBERS,
3.84 NOT KNITTED
3.16
OR12.81
CROCHETED 0.02
2.18
2.62
20.13
OIL SEEDS AND OLEAGINOUS FRUITS, 1.82
WHETHER 1.63
OR NOT BROKEN,
2.00
NESOI
4.54
3.15
23.66
0.02
0.29
3.58
1,152.49
CRABS, LIVE, FRESH, CHILLED, DRIED,1.09
SALTED OR
3.13
IN BRINE,1.74
OR COOKED
1.97BY STEAMING
3.09
OR BOILING
17.69
IN WATER,
0.02 NOT FROZEN
2.57
0.72
-71.84
ORGANO-INORGANIC COMPOUNDS, NESOI
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
3.09
#NUM!
0.02
1.93
0.29
-85.02
WOMEN'S OR GIRLS' OVERCOATS, CARCOATS,
1.58
CAPES,
1.19 CLOAKS,
1.62ANORAKS,
1.33 SKI-JACKETS
3.09 AND 15.64
SIMILAR ARTICLES
0.02 OF MANMADE
2.44
FIBERS,
1.98 KNITTED
-18.83
OR CROCHE
PARTS FOR ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS,
4.06
SPACE HEATERS,
0.25
HAIRDRESSING
2.67
3.16APPARATUS,
3.08 FLAT 22.06
IRONS, STOVES,0.02
OVENS, COFFEE
2.26
OR TEA
2.53 MAKERS,
12.13
TOASTERS, E
SELF-COPY PAPER, IN ROLLS OVER 36 CM
0.67WIDE OR
1.31
RECTANGULAR
2.75
SHEETS
3.96 WITH 3.05
AT LEAST ONE
51.37SIDE OVER 0.02
36 CM IN UNFOLDED
2.33
STATE
1.01
-56.53
SALMONIDAE NESOI, EXCLUDING FILLETS,
0.15 LIVERS
0.43
AND ROES,
0.26FROZEN1.13
3.03
102.06
0.02
1.99
1.26
-36.93
Other glassware of a kind used for table (other2.16
than drinking
3.74
glasses)/kitchen
4.29 purposes,
3.69other than3.03
of glass-ceramics/lead
6.91
crystal/of
0.02
glass having
2.57
al
3.75
46.10
FOOTWEAR, WITH OUTER SOLES OF LEATHER
2.50
AND
7.43
UPPERS13.21
WHICH CONSIST
13.56 OF LEATHER
3.03
STRAPS
10.36 ACROSS THE
0.02INSTEP 2.58
AND AROUND
1.31 THE BIG-49.30
TOE
WIGS, FALSE BEARDS, EYEBROWS AND
1.35
EYELASHES,
2.11 SWITCHES
2.06 AND THE
3.18LIKE, NESOI,
3.02 OF SYNTHETIC
22.33
TEXTILE
0.02MATERIALS
2.26
2.83
25.06
Leather further prepared after tanning/crusting,
0.00
incl. parchment-dressed
0.00
0.04
leather, of bovine
1.44 (incl. buffalo)/equine
3.01
#NUM!animals, without0.02
hair on, whole
2.64
hid
0.05
-98.09
IMITATION JEWELRY NESOI, OF BASE METAL,
0.52
WHETHER
0.27
OR0.28
NOT PLATED
2.48WITH PRECIOUS
3.00
METAL
77.32
0.02
2.47
2.55
3.18
COTTON, CARDED OR COMBED
0.32
0.18
0.30
0.30
2.98
64.19
0.02
2.33
1.15
-50.72
Wood charcoal (including shell/nut charcoal, 1.22
excl. of 440210),
1.61 whether/not
2.00 agglomerated.
2.23
2.98
23.49
0.02
2.28
3.89
70.61
STRANDED WIRE, ROPES AND CABLES,1.48
NOT ELECTRICALLY
2.39
1.69
INSULATED,
1.26
OF IRON2.97
OR STEEL 7.74
0.02
2.15
3.11
44.59
WOMEN'S OR GIRLS' NIGHTDRESSES AND
1.45PAJAMAS
1.18OF COTTON,
1.67 NOT KNITTED
2.49
OR2.94
CROCHETED
24.14
0.02
2.51
1.99
-20.90
FOOTWEAR, WITH OUTER SOLES OF RUBBER,
7.73
PLASTICS,
8.35
LEATHER
13.84
OR COMPOSITION
8.96
2.91 LEATHER
-17.17
AND UPPERS 0.02
OF LEATHER,
2.51INCORPORATING
1.41
A-43.81
PROTECTIVE M
OFFICE OR SCHOOL SUPPLIES OF PLASTICS
0.85
0.18
0.93
1.43
2.89
56.85
0.02
2.19
1.51
-31.06
WOMEN'S OR GIRLS' SUIT-TYPE JACKETS
0.24AND BLAZERS
0.13
OF COTTON,
0.64
KNITTED
0.52
OR2.89
CROCHETED
88.32
0.02
2.21
1.84
-16.65
MEN'S OR BOYS' ANORAKS, SKI-JACKETS,
31.72WINDBREAKERS
32.58
38.07
AND SIMILAR
2.70ARTICLES
2.88
OF TEXTILE
-51.73
MATERIALS0.02
NESOI, NOT
2.61
KNITTED1.95
OR CROCHETED
-25.50
OCTANOL (OCTYL ALCOHOL) AND ISOMERS
2.56 THEREOF
2.16
1.49
2.81
2.87
4.95
0.02
2.14
2.11
-1.62
MACHINES AND MECHANICAL APPLIANCES
0.94 HAVING
2.76 INDIVIDUAL
0.47 FUNCTIONS,
3.90
NESOI
2.86
29.33
0.02
1.01
3.57
254.87
INSTRUMENTS, APPARATUS AND MODELS,
0.09 DESIGNED
0.44 FOR DEMONSTRATIONAL
1.38
1.09
PURPOSES,
2.86
UNSUITABLE
118.34
FOR
0.02
OTHER USES,
0.62 AND PARTS
1.63 AND 160.82
ACCESSORIES T
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2008
2008
2009
DAFTAR HS 6 DIGIT KOMODITAS EKSPOR NON MIGAS INDONESIA KE UNI EROPA
(US $ JUTA)
TREND (%) PANGSA (%)
NO.
HS6
430
431
432
433
434
435
436
437
438
439
440
441
442
443
444
445
446
447
448
449
450
451
452
453
454
455
456
457
458
459
460
461
462
902290
411200
730799
701342
410441
611190
611599
611420
681510
940390
940490
691010
610721
440729
390120
611490
950661
761090
621040
392190
392059
841451
690919
180100
950430
620341
330499
170490
691390
401320
900319
080132
853669
URAIAN
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
JAN-SEP
PERTUMB.
(%)
X-RAY GENERATORS, HIGH TENSION GENERATORS,
0.11
0.26CONTROL
0.28PANELS0.21
AND DESKS,
2.82
SCREENS,86.65
EXAMINATION0.02
OR TREATMENT
1.95
TABLES,
2.98 CHAIRS53.29
ETC.; PARTS A
Leather further prepared after tanning/crusting,
0.00
incl. parchment-dressed
0.00
0.05
leather, of sheep/lamb,
0.43
without
2.79 wool
#NUM!
on, whether/not split,
0.02
other than 2.39
leathe
0.73
-69.48
PIPE OR TUBE FITTINGS, NESOI, IRON OR
0.54NONSTAINLESS
1.21
STEEL
1.42 FITTINGS
1.83NESOI 2.78
44.59
0.02
2.12
1.69
-20.20
Glassware of a kind used for table (other than1.54
drinking glasses)/kitchen
2.09
1.68
purposes, other
2.12than of glass-ceramics
2.77
12.60
, of glass having a0.02
linear coefficient
1.96
2.01
2.50
Tanned/crust hides & skins of bovine (incl. buffalo)/equine
0.00
0.00
animals, without
0.32 hair on,4.10
in the dry state
2.76(crust),
#NUM!
full grains, unsplit; grain
0.02 splits but2.42
0.35
-85.31
BABIES' GARMENTS AND CLOTHING ACCESSORIES
4.09
2.15
OF TEXTILE
2.01 MATERIALS
3.09 NESOI,
2.75
KNITTED OR
-4.23
CROCHETED
0.02
2.20
1.70
-23.00
SOCKS AND HOSIERY NESOI AND FOOTWEAR
0.00
WITHOUT
0.00
APPLIED
0.00 SOLES,
2.30
OF TEXTILE
2.75 MATERIALS
#NUM! NESOI, KNITTED
0.02 OR CROCHETED
2.40
2.44
1.99
GARMENTS NESOI, OF COTTON, KNITTED
0.94OR CROCHETED
1.66
1.24
2.34
2.74
28.15
0.02
1.84
4.06
120.86
NONELECTRICAL ARTICLES OF GRAPHITE
0.39 OR CARBON,
1.09 NESOI
1.15
1.81
2.73
55.71
0.02
2.39
1.54
-35.72
PARTS OF FURNITURE, NESOI
8.63
8.26
6.15
3.04
2.73
-28.11
0.02
2.14
1.47
-31.26
ARTICLES OF BEDDING AND SIMILAR FURNISHINGS
1.44
1.72(EXCEPT
4.32
MATTRESSES
2.87 AND SLEEPING
2.73
BAGS),
19.60 FITTED OR0.02
STUFFED 2.30
ETC., INCLUDING
2.32
QUILTS,
0.81
PILLOWS A
CERAMIC SANITARY FIXTURES (SINKS,1.77
WASHBASINS,
1.88 BATHS,
2.86
WATER CLOSET
2.78
BOWLS
2.70 AND TANKS,
13.13 ETC.), OF0.02
PORCELAIN
2.26
OR CHINA
2.02
-10.66
MEN'S OR BOYS' NIGHTSHIRTS AND PAJAMAS
1.97
OF 2.83
COTTON, KNITTED
1.95
OR1.64
CROCHETED
2.70
0.91
0.02
2.12
2.14
0.85
TROPICAL WOOD SPECIFIED IN SUBHEADING
1.09
NOTE
0.021 TO THIS
3.70
CHAPTER,
3.55
SAWN OR2.69
CUT LENGTHWISE,
104.53
SLICED
0.02
OR BARKED,
2.35 WHETHER
1.03 OR NOT-56.32
PLANED, SAND
POLYETHYLENE HAVING A SPECIFIC GRAVITY
0.00
OF0.06
0.94 OR MORE,
0.00 IN PRIMARY
5.67
FORMS
2.66
#NUM!
0.02
1.77
0.09
-94.69
GARMENTS NESOI, OF TEXTILE MATERIALS
5.49 NESOI,
6.44
KNITTED1.36
OR CROCHETED
2.26
2.64
-22.18
0.02
2.17
0.91
-57.98
LAWN-TENNIS BALLS
3.75
4.09
4.08
2.10
2.63
-12.86
0.02
2.06
1.99
-3.55
ALUMINUM STRUCTURES AND PARTS 0.00
OF STRUCTURES,
0.01
NESOI
0.01
0.63
2.62
666.68
0.02
1.97
1.56
-21.02
MEN'S OR BOYS' GARMENTS, IMPREGNATED,
3.02
COATED,
2.81 COVERED
2.32 OR LAMINATED
0.62
2.62
WITH PLASTICS,
-16.36 RUBBER OR
0.02OTHER MATERIALS,
2.20
1.39
NESOI, NOT
-36.91
KNITTED OR
PLATES, SHEETS, FILM, FOIL AND STRIP
1.02
OF PLASTICS,
1.33 NESOI,1.64
NON-CELLULAR
2.75
PLASTICS
2.62 NESOI
29.96
0.02
2.15
0.89
-58.44
PLATES, SHEETS, FILM, FOIL AND STRIP
0.30
OF PLASTICS,
0.75 NOT SELF-ADHESIVE,
0.88
1.11 NON-CELLULAR,
2.61
60.50
NOT REINFORCED
0.02OR LAMINATED
1.86
ETC.,
1.35 OF ACRYLIC
-27.00POLYMER
FANS, TABLE, FLOOR, WALL, WINDOW,2.16
CEILING OR
3.06ROOF, WITH
2.01 SELF-CONTAINED
3.23
2.60
ELECTRIC MOTOR
4.37
OF AN 0.02
OUTPUT NOT
2.23EXCEEDING
1.86 125 W -16.85
CERAMIC WARES FOR LABORATORY, CHEMICAL
0.06
0.04
OR OTHER0.05
TECHNICAL
0.07
USES, OF2.54
OTHER THAN
119.19
PORCELAIN 0.02
OR CHINA,2.46
NESOI
2.42
-1.64
COCOA BEANS, WHOLE OR BROKEN, RAW
2.68 OR ROASTED
16.68
23.03
9.07
2.53
-6.96
0.02
2.02
10.94
442.72
COIN- OR TOKEN-OPERATED GAMES, OTHER
0.71
THAN
0.34
BOWLING
0.84
ALLEY EQUIPMENT;
2.00
2.52
PARTS AND
53.97
ACCESSORIES0.02
THEREOF 2.19
0.57
-74.10
MEN'S OR BOYS' TROUSERS, BIB AND BRACE
5.11
OVERALLS,
5.46
BREECHES
3.00
AND
2.89SHORTS2.51
OF WOOL OR
-18.59
FINE ANIMAL0.02
HAIR, NOT
1.95
KNITTED0.25
OR CROCHETED
-86.95
BEAUTY OR MAKE-UP PREPARATIONS0.83
AND PREPARATIONS
0.63
1.00
FOR CARE 1.64
OF THE SKIN
2.50
(EXCLUDING
37.17MEDICAMENTS)
0.02 NESOI,
2.16
INCLUDING
2.23 SUNSCREENS
3.26 AND SUN
SUGAR CONFECTIONARY (INCLUDING5.56
WHITE CHOCOLATE),
4.05
2.97
NOT CONTAINING
3.05
COCOA,
2.50 NESOI
-17.18
0.02
1.84
2.68
45.24
CERAMIC STATUETTES AND OTHER ORNAMENTAL
1.94
2.18
ARTICLES,
1.95OF OTHER
2.47THAN PORCELAIN
2.47
OR6.25
CHINA
0.02
2.00
3.04
52.21
INNER TUBES, OF RUBBER, OF A KIND 1.12
USED ON BICYCLES
1.65
2.19
8.89
2.47
38.67
0.02
2.13
9.08
326.91
FRAMES AND MOUNTINGS FOR SPECTACLES,
3.59
GOGGLES
3.86
OR THE
3.66 LIKE, OF
2.67
MATERIALS
2.44 OTHER-10.82
THAN PLASTICS
0.02
1.93
0.99
-48.59
CASHEW NUTS, WITHOUT SHELL, FRESH
0.48OR DRIED.
0.79
1.02
2.29
2.43
53.70
0.02
2.03
1.83
-9.98
ELECTRICAL PLUGS AND SOCKETS FOR
0.02
A VOLTAGE
0.14NOT EXCEEDING
0.48
1,000
2.57 V
2.43
249.39
0.02
1.90
0.97
-48.69
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2008
2008
2009
DAFTAR HS 6 DIGIT KOMODITAS EKSPOR NON MIGAS INDONESIA KE UNI EROPA
(US $ JUTA)
TREND (%) PANGSA (%)
NO.
HS6
463
464
465
466
467
468
469
470
471
472
473
474
475
476
477
478
479
480
481
482
483
484
485
486
487
488
489
490
491
492
493
494
495
852691
701337
690890
330125
290517
853929
390690
480300
620433
847810
640590
160590
340120
853710
620212
441860
190590
701310
392490
710221
848390
401120
520932
030379
610832
340111
460219
670490
850680
520623
732399
841122
660110
URAIAN
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
JAN-SEP
PERTUMB.
(%)
RADIO NAVIGATIONAL AID APPARATUS
0.13
0.11
0.17
0.28
2.41
97.19
0.02
1.66
2.10
26.55
Other drinking glasses, other than of glass ceramics/lead
1.17
crystal.
1.49
0.43
13.57
2.40
43.97
0.02
1.65
1.19
-28.15
GLAZED CERAMIC FLAGS AND PAVING,
2.92
HEARTH 1.70
OR WALL TILES
1.69 NESOI2.38
2.40
-0.58
0.02
1.98
1.69
-14.63
ESSENTIAL OILS OF MINTS, NESOI
0.01
0.01
0.00
0.80
2.38
#NUM!
0.02
1.79
0.07
-96.24
DODECAN-1-OL (LAURYL ALCOHOL), HEXADECAN-1-OL
1.06
1.00
(CETYL
1.23 ALCOHOL),
1.15 AND OCTADECAN-1-OL
2.36
18.96 (STEARYL
0.02
ALCOHOL)
1.87
1.69
-9.85
ELECTRIC FILAMENT LAMPS, NESOI 2.84
0.71
0.95
1.96
2.36
6.70
0.02
1.70
2.35
38.08
ACRYLIC POLYMERS NESOI, IN PRIMARY
1.01FORMS 1.04
1.55
1.94
2.34
25.87
0.02
1.99
0.89
-55.24
TOILET, FACIAL TISSUE, TOWEL OR NAPKIN
0.04 STOCK
1.30AND SIMILAR
0.35 PAPER,
0.14CELLULOSE
2.33 FIBER WADDING
79.15
AND 0.02
WEBS, IN ROLLS
1.38 OR SHEETS
6.80
OVER
393.77
36 CM (14.17 IN
WOMEN'S OR GIRLS' SUIT-TYPE JACKETS
5.65AND BLAZERS
5.90
OF SYNTHETIC
4.21
2.66
FIBERS, NOT
2.32KNITTED
-22.74
OR CROCHETED
0.02
1.98
2.34
18.05
MACHINERY FOR PREPARING OR MAKING
0.63 UP TOBACCO,
0.72
NESOI
2.53
2.21
2.32
45.19
0.02
1.50
3.01
100.66
FOOTWEAR NESOI
0.96
1.62
1.08
6.32
2.31
36.72
0.02
2.19
0.79
-63.99
MOLLUSCS AND OTHER AQUATIC INVERTEBRATES
1.86
2.07(CLAMS,1.73
ABALONE,2.33
SCALLOPS,
2.28
SQUID, ETC.),
5.41PREPARED 0.01
OR PRESERVED,
1.69 INCLUDING
1.20
PRODUCTS
-29.09 CONTAI
SOAP IN FORMS NESOI, INCLUDING POWDERS
1.02
AND
1.72
LIQUIDS1.48
2.85
2.25
23.26
0.01
1.72
1.46
-15.07
BOARDS, PANELS, CONSOLES, ETC. WITH
2.15ELECTRICAL
1.55 APPARATUS,
1.55
FOR
1.46
ELECTRIC
2.24
CONTROL OR
0.13DISTRIBUTION
0.01 OF ELECTRICITY,
1.85
0.27
FOR A VOLTAGE
-85.18 NOT EXCE
WOMEN'S OR GIRLS' OVERCOATS, RAINCOATS,
3.36
CARCOATS,
3.68
CAPES,
4.88
CLOAKS
1.22 AND SIMILAR
2.23
ARTICLES
-17.50 OF COTTON,
0.01 NOT KNITTED
1.39
OR
1.43
CROCHETED2.47
Posts&beams
66.37
102.42
22.73
5.11
2.23
-62.40
0.01
1.84
0.35
-81.09
BREAD, PASTRY, CAKES, BISCUITS AND
0.29
SIMILAR 0.53
BAKED PRODUCTS,
0.69
NESOI,
0.88 AND 2.23
PUDDINGS, 58.40
WHETHER OR NOT
0.01 CONTAINING
1.76
CHOCOLATE,
1.33
FRUIT,
-24.38NUTS OR C
GLASSWARE, OF GLASS-CERAMICS, OF2.49
A KIND USED
1.61 FOR TABLE,
2.34 KITCHEN,
2.24 TOILET,
2.22OFFICE, INDOOR
1.04
DECORATION
0.01
OR SIMILAR
1.82
PURPOSES
0.97
-46.47
HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES NESOI (OTHER3.61
THAN TABLEWARE
2.50
AND
2.15 KITCHENWARE)
2.23
AND
2.22 TOILET-10.28
ARTICLES, OF PLASTICS
0.01
1.80
0.77
-57.10
DIAMONDS, INDUSTRIAL, UNWORKED0.00
OR SIMPLY4.93
SAWN, CLEAVED
2.23
OR0.00
BRUTED 2.22
#NUM!
0.01
2.22
0.00
-100.00
PARTS FOR TRANSMISSION SHAFTS, BEARINGS
0.31
(HOUSED
0.29
ETC.),
0.46 GEARS,0.62
GEAR BOXES
2.22 ETC., SPEED
60.03 CHANGERS,
0.01
FLYWHEELS,
1.15 PULLEYS,
0.64 CLUTCHES
-44.19
AND SHAFT
NEW PNEUMATIC TIRES, OF RUBBER, OF
0.89A KIND USED
0.92 ON BUSES
0.94 OR TRUCKS
0.97
2.21
20.48
0.01
0.74
13.21
1,673.90
WOVEN FABRICS OF COTTON, 85% OR 2.02
MORE COTTON
1.72 BY WEIGHT,
0.92
DYED,
1.193-THREAD
2.20OR 4-THREAD
-1.89 TWILL, INCLUDING
0.01
CROSS
1.82 TWILL,
0.78WEIGHING
-57.28
OVER 200 G/
FISH, NESOI, EXCLUDING FILLETS, LIVERS
1.58 AND ROES,
3.26 FROZEN
4.18
1.89
2.19
1.05
0.01
1.65
1.87
13.40
WOMEN'S OR GIRLS' NIGHTDRESSES AND
0.40PAJAMAS
0.24OF MANMADE
1.22 FIBERS,
1.56 KNITTED
2.19OR CROCHETED
69.85
0.01
1.94
2.01
3.24
SOAP AND ORGANIC SURFACE-ACTIVE3.09
PRODUCTS
3.25
IN BARS OR
2.74OTHER SHAPES
2.52
AND
2.18
PAPER, WADDING
-9.11
ETC. CONTAINING
0.01
1.81
SOAP OR1.84
DETERGENT,1.57
FOR TOILET
Basketwork, wickerwork & other articles, made
0.00
directly to0.00
shape from vegetable
2.54
materials
1.75 other than
2.17 bamboo&rattan;
#NUM!
articles of 0.01
loofah
1.87
1.49
-20.40
WIGS, FALSE BEARDS, EYEBROWS AND
0.28
EYELASHES,
0.29 SWITCHES
0.66 AND THE
1.84LIKE, NESOI,
2.15 OF MATERIALS
81.12
OTHER
0.01
THAN SYNTHETIC
1.72
TEXTILES
1.31
OR-23.86
HUMAN HAIR
PRIMARY CELLS AND PRIMARY BATTERIES,
0.49 ELECTRIC
2.28 (EXCL.
3.40
SPENT, AND
2.03 THOSE2.14
OF SILVER 32.72
OXIDE, MERCURIC
0.01 OXIDE,1.62
MANGANESE
0.73 DIOXIDE,
-54.79
LITHIUM AND
COTTON YARN NESOI, LESS THAN 85%3.23
BY WEIGHT
2.52
OF COTTON,
3.82 NOT PUT
2.44UP FOR 2.14
RETAIL SALE,
-8.17
SINGLE COMBED
0.01 YARN,1.85
OVER 43 NM
0.86BUT NOT-53.16
OVER 52 NM
TABLE, KITCHEN OR OTHER HOUSEHOLD
2.64ARTICLES
1.53AND PARTS
1.15 THEREOF,
1.64 OF IRON
2.13
(NOT CAST)
-3.57
AND STEEL (NOT
0.01 STAINLESS),
1.22
NOT
1.17
ENAMELED-4.17
TURBOPROPELLERS OF A POWER EXCEEDING
0.00
1,100
0.82
KW
0.00
0.00
2.13
#NUM!
0.01
2.09
0.00
-100.00
UMBRELLAS, GARDEN OR SIMILAR
1.81
2.05
2.03
2.01
2.13
3.03
0.01
1.72
1.05
-39.25
Sumber: BPS, diolah
04-08
2008
2008
2009
DAFTAR HS 6 DIGIT KOMODITAS EKSPOR NON MIGAS INDONESIA KE UNI EROPA
(US $ JUTA)
TREND (%) PANGSA (%)
NO.
496
497
498
499
500
HS6
URAIAN
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
04-08
2008
441810 WINDOWS, FRENCH-WINDOWS AND THEIR
3.77 FRAMES,
1.74OF WOOD
3.14
1.74
2.11
-10.96
0.01
960340 PAINT, DISTEMPER, VARNISH AND SIMILAR
0.43 BRUSHES
0.82 (OTHER
1.43
THAN ARTISTS'
1.22
ETC.),;
2.11PAINT PADS
42.84AND ROLLERS
0.01
620413 WOMEN'S OR GIRLS' SUITS OF SYNTHETIC
1.46 FIBERS,
3.63
NOT KNITTED
3.45 OR CROCHETED
2.07
2.06
1.23
0.01
950632 GOLF BALLS
0.35
0.62
1.14
2.23
2.06
62.48
0.01
841950 HEAT EXCHANGE UNITS, INDUSTRIAL 0.03
TYPE
0.00
0.00
0.00
2.06
#NUM!
0.01
SUB TOTAL
7,682.14
9,208.95 10,845.64 12,551.31 14,861.66
17.70
96.69
LAINNYA
1,267.74
1,070.94
1,114.40
682.84
508.44
-20.37
3.31
TOTAL NON MIGAS
8,949.88 10,279.89 11,960.04 13,234.15 15,370.09
14.27
100.00
Sumber: BPS, diolah
JAN-SEP
2008
1.89
1.41
1.27
1.22
0.00
11,118.64
395.46
11,514.11
2009
0.50
0.97
0.99
1.32
0.56
9,202.04
449.91
9,651.95
PERTUMB.
(%)
-73.72
-30.88
-21.57
8.44
#DIV/0!
-17.24
13.77
-16.17