Indonesia was a $2.6 billion market for U.S. exports of agricultural products in fiscal year 2013 and ranks as our ninth-largest market worldwide.

While bilateral trade continues to grow, Indonesia has increasingly adopted trade restrictive measures in an attempt to fulfill food self-sufficiency goals. Restrictions on agricultural imports have already caused shortages of some commodities, including beef and certain fruits and vegetables, and has exacerbated already-high prices. In May 2013, the Indonesian government reacted to recent high soybean prices by instituting price controls and an import permit system tied to domestic procurement. 

Data & Analysis

This report provides updated technical information for requirements and regulations on food and agriculture products as are currently required by the Government of Indonesia (GOI).
Indonesian imports of nonfat dry milk slowed in 2013 due to tight international supplies.