Kadin of Papua Facilitates MSME Product Exports to the United States

goodmorningpapua.com – The Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Kadin) of Papua will facilitate Papuan Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) so that their products enter the American market. A Chairman of the Papua Chamber of Commerce and Industry Ronald Antonio said this opportunity was one of the important delegates when attending the BloombergNEF (BNEF) Net Zero Summit.

“For this reason, we advise business actors to take care of all permits, such as the halal aspect of the product and BPOM, so that we can facilitate the processing of further permits in America, which will be assisted by the Indonesian ambassador in America,” he said in Jayapura.

According to Ronald, there are a number of strategies that have been prepared for local MSMEs, where the Indonesian embassy in America has prepared a warehouse that is engaged in the largest online sales in America called Amazon.

“Amazon is the largest online buying and selling center in America, so he offers products from Indonesia that must be registered through the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and we will send them with other regions,” he said. He explained that the condition of MSMEs in Papua is slightly different, where when the goods are out, the payment process has to be carried out immediately.

“For this reason, we want to know the way when the goods leave Papua, we have to pay for it, and that is being discussed with the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry as to how to immediately pay for the products we will export,” he said again. He added that if this could be realized, it would provide considerable benefits for Papuan SMEs.

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