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1 ASEAN Fisheries: Indonesia Dr. Choomjet Karnjanakesorn Office of Agricultural Affairs, Royal Thai Embassy Jakarta, Indonesia

2 Contents 1. ASEAN Fisheries 2. Indonesia Fisheries 3. AEC, APSC and ASCC 4. Conclusion

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4 Fisheries Capture (Tons) Year Cambodia 482, , , , ,094 Lao 29,800 26,925 30,000 30,900 Brunei 2,400 2,241 2,358 2,272 Indonesia 4,759,080 4,936,629 4,957,098 5,099,355 5,380,266 Malaysia 1,296,335 1,385,703 1,395,942 1,395,589 1,433,427 Thailand 2,776,295 2,468,784 2,457,184 1,741,662 1,827,199 Vietnam 1,959,900 2,121,400 2,087,500 2,243,100 2,420,800 Myanmar 2,006,790 2,235,580 2,493,750 2,766,940 3,063,210 Philippines 2,318,984 2,499,634 2,561,192 2,602,454 2,611,720 Singapore 3,103 3,522 1,623 2,121 1,732 Source: FAO

5 Fisheries Capture (Tons)

6 Fisheries Aquaculture (Tons) Year Cambodia 34,200 40,000 50,000 60,000 Lao 78,000 75,001 82,100 Brunei Indonesia 1,292,899 1,392,904 1,690,121 1,733,434 2,304,828 Malaysia 168, , , , ,151 Thailand 1,385,801 1,390,031 1,374,024 1,396,020 1,286,122 Vietnam 1,657,727 2,156,500 2,461,700 2,556,200 2,671,800 Myanmar 574, , , , ,697 Philippines 623, , , , ,695 Singapore 8,573 4,503 3,518 3,567 3,499 Source: FAO

7 Fisheries Aquaculture (Tons)

8 Sea Ports for Fisheries Products

9 Export of Thai Fisheries Products Year Vol.Val.Vol.Val.Vol.Val.Vol.Val. Brunei , , , ,022 Indonesia 10, ,589 11, ,718 17, ,582 33, ,464 Malaysia 188,502 4,149, ,278 3,512, ,824 2,936, ,702 2,839,754 Philippines 12, ,599 16,238 1,266,879 22,101 1,742,335 22,483 1,697,985 Singapore 29,240 1,800,473 25,709 1,794,685 24,931 1,660,657 24,798 1,619,645 Vietnam 34,821 1,611,247 19,020 1,105,425 21,758 1,584,046 54,681 3,312,157 Company Logo Vol. = Volume : Tons Val. = Value: 1,000 Baths Source: Department of Fisheries, Thailand

10 Export of Thai Fisheries Products 2010 Company Logo Tons 1,000 Baths

11 Import of Fisheries Products from ASEAN Countries Company Logo Year Vol.Val.Vol.Val.Vol.Val.Vol.Val. Indonesia 330,563 7,708, ,777 7,002, ,687 5,120, ,731 4,904,379 Malaysia 28, ,121 38,535 1,397,536 35,304 1,192,463 35,408 1,090,966 Philippines 13, ,197 16,248 1,112,413 25,436 1,253,778 19, ,733 Singapore 1,139 81,248 3, ,273 1, ,751 2, ,057 Vietnam 17,275 1,430,509 23,074 1,923,843 28,908 2,357,136 28,568 2,266,671 Vol. = Volume : Tons Val. = Value: 1,000 Baths Source: Department of Fisheries, Thailand

12 Import of Fisheries Products from ASEAN Countries 2010 Company Logo Tons 1,000 Baths

13 ASEAN Community The Roadmap for the ASEAN Community ( ): Signed by the ASEAN Head of Governments on the Cha-am Hua Hin Declaration on the Roadmap for the ASEAN Community ( ). Consist of 3 pillars, namely: ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) ASEAN Political Security Community (APSC) ASEAN Socio Cultural Community (ASCC)

14 ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) Blueprint Two main Sections directly related to food, agriculture and forestry sectors, namely Section A6 Priority Integration Sectors Section A7 Food, Agriculture and Forestry sectors. Serve as a monitoring mechanism to identify specific actions that must be undertaken by ASEAN collectively or by ASEAN Member States individually in establishing the AEC by 2015.

15 Fisheries in AEC Blueprint Section A6: Priority Integration Sector Fisheries related area: Sanitary and Phyto-Sanitary (SPS) and Technical Barrier to Trade (TBT) Measures Research and Development (R&D) Human Resource Development (HRD) Information

16 Fisheries in AEC Blueprint Section A7: Food, Agriculture and Forestry Fisheries related area: Enhance intra- and extra-ASEAN trade and long- term competitiveness of ASEAN’s food, agriculture and forestry products/ commodities Promote cooperation, joint approaches and technology transfer with international, regional organisations and private sector Promote ASEAN agricultural cooperatives and build a network mechanism linking agricultural cooperatives

17 ASEAN Political Security Community (APSC) Blueprint The APSC Blueprint is designed to promote peace and security in the region by elevating ASEAN’s political and security cooperation to a higher plane. Three key characteristics of a rules-based Community of shared values and norms - a cohesive, peaceful, stable and resilient region with shared responsibility for comprehensive security; and a dynamic and outward-looking region in an increasingly integrated and interdependent world.

18 Fisheries in APSC Blueprint Section B4: Non- Traditional Security Issues Fisheries related area: Illegal, unregulated and unreported fishing (IUU): Human Trafficking in Fisheries

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20 ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community (ASCC) Blueprint To emphasize on people-centered and socially responsible with a view to achieving enduring solidarity and unity among the nations and peoples of ASEAN. To offer a strategic plan that serves as a single reference point for ASEAN socio- cultural initiatives.

21 Fisheries in ASCC Blueprint Section B3: Enhancing Food Security and Safety Section D7: Promoting the sustainable use of coastal and marine environment Section D8: Promoting Sustainable Management of Natural Resources and Biodiversity Section D9: Promoting the Sustainability of Freshwater Resources Section D10: Responding to Climate Change and addressing its impacts

22 Conclusion การเตรียมความพร้อมของ Indonesia ด้านประมงใน การเข้าสู่ AEC ความสำคัญของ Indonesia ในแง่การเป็นแหล่งวัตถุดิบ โอกาสของสินค้าประมงไทย ในอินโดนีเซีย

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