Rising Inflation, Farmers Enjoying Price?

By : Wiyanto Dan Aldo Bella Putra | Tuesday, July 03 2018 - 23:30 IWST

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INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - June inflation of 0.59 percent, it makes farmers have not enjoyed the price because the inflation increase in May 0.21 percent to June 0,59 percent is not comparable straight with Farmers Exchange Rate (NTP).

Eko Listiyanto, Eko Listiyanto, Institute for Development of Economics and Finance (Indef) researcher, said farmer NTP rose 0.05 percent and inflation was 0.59 percent.

"Farmers do not enjoy the increase in food prices," he said in Jakarta, Tuesday (3/7/2018).

According to him, there is an imbalance in the increase of Farmers' NTP with the increase of Inflation.

Earlier, the Head of the Central Bureau of Statistics (BPS) Suhariyanto presented the latest data on Indonesia Farmer Exchange Rate (NTP) in June 2018.

June NTP was up 0.05 percent compared to the previous month or 102.04.

Jakarta-June inflation was 0.59 percent, making farmers depressed because of the May inflation rate of 0.21 percent to 0.59 percent in June is not directly proportional to Farmers Exchange Rate (NTP).

Eko Listiyanto, Eko Listiyanto, Institute for Development of Economics and Finance (Indef) researcher, said farmer NTP rose 0.05 percent and inflation was 0.59 percent.

"Farmers do not enjoy the increase in food prices," he said in Jakarta, Tuesday (3/7/2018).

According to him, there is an imbalance in the increase of Farmers' NTP with the increase of Inflation.

Earlier, the Head of the Central Bureau of Statistics (BPS) Suhariyanto presented the latest data on Indonesia Farmer Exchange Rate (NTP) in June 2018.

June NTP was up 0.05 percent compared to the previous month or 102.04.

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