• Bali’s best-selling Balinese souvenirs are absorbed by the US

    DENPASAR. Sculpture and various types of souvenirs made from raw wooden creativity of Balinese artists most widely absorbed the United States market. Sales to Uncle Sam’s country accounted for 24.02% of Bali’s total export value of US $ 4.41 million during October 2017.

    “After the US, following the Australian market that holds 7.41% and Japan 2.85%,” said Head of Distribution Statistics BPS Bali I Gede Nyoman Subadri, in Denpasar, Tuesday (19/12).

    He said the artwork hand-made by Balinese artisans and craftsmen is also absorbed by the Singapore market 2.83%, China 0.60%, Hong Kong 0.62%, Thailand 1.14%, Germany 3.56%, and Netherlands 4.16%.

    The remaining 52.81% is absorbed by various other countries in the world, because the sculpture and various types of wood-based souvenirs are in great demand from people from various countries around the world.

    I Gede Nyoman Subadri added that Bali shipped various kinds of sculptures and other souvenirs from wood raw materials worth US $ 4.41 million during October 2017, an increase of US $ 675,402 or 9.25% compared to the previous month at US $ 3.73 million.

    However, compared to the same month of the previous year, this exports plunged US $ 347,758 or 18.07%, considering the shipment of various types of sculpture in October 2016 that earned foreign exchange of US $ 4.76 million.

    I Gede Nyoman Subadri explained that the sculpture and various types of souvenirs from wood materials is able to contribute 9.25% of the total exports of this area of ​​US $ 47.69 million in October 2017, an increase of US $ 2.72 million or 6.05 % compared to September 2017 was recorded at US $ 44.97 million.

    Bali’s total exports compared to the same month in the previous year decreased by US $ 6.08 million, or 11.31%, as October 2016 shipment of various types of sculptures abroad was able to reap foreign exchange of US $ 53.77 million.

    Sculpture and various types of wood-based souvenirs is one of the five commodities Bali’s mainstay exports.

    Exports of fish and shrimp that contributed 27.5%, apparel products not knitted 12.99%, jewelry products (gems) 12.68%, and furniture products, home lighting 7.65%.

    Sources: http://regional.kontan.co.id/news/cindera-mata-kayu-bali-paling-laris-diserap-as
    Translated by Aryaputra PandeBIC

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