BANDUNG- West Java Statistic Centre Institution (BPS) said that the value of West Java Import is decreasing 6,06% on April 2016 to US$ 1,02 Billion compared to March 2016 which reach US4 1,09 Billion.
"Non-Oil and Gas Import on April 2016 is reaching US$980,18 Million or decreasing 0,98% compared to March 2016 which reach US$ 989,85 Million. As for Oil and Gas Import is decreasing 56,13% from US$ 100,44 Million to US$ 44,06 Million," said the Head of West Java BPS, Bachdi Ruswana, not while ago.
The highest value of West Java oil and gas import, year-on-year (April 2015-2016), was happening on September 2015 on the value of US$ 146,52 Million as for the lowest was happening on Mei 2015 on the value of US$ 37,96 Million.
As for the highest value of West Java non-oil and gas import was happening on June 2015 in the value of US$ 1,03 Billion, as for the lowest was on US$ 759,60 Million on July 2015.
The highest non-oil and gas import was coming from China on April 2016 in the value of US$ 269,25 Million followed by Japan (US$ 159,71 Million), and South Korea (US$ 151,91 Million) with each of those country contributes 25,73%, 16,10% and 15,79% towards the April 2016 import value.
Compared to March 2016 nearly all of the commodities imported in April 2016 is increasing. For the purposes of Raw Materials / Helper down 8.61 per cent from US $ 909.37 million to US $ 831.08 million, for the needs of consumption up 1.95 per cent from US $ 58.42 million to US $ 59.56 million, and Capital Goods rose to 9.07 percent from US $ 122.49 million to US $ 133.60 million. Jo