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In a bid to help develop dairy cattle farming in Indonesia, GKSI will import 12,000 productive cows of the Friesian Holstein type from Australia for 2002.
Despite the decline in domestic fresh milk production, GKSI has continued to play an important role.
The future issues which GKSI need to anticipate are the free market era, the revocation of the Proof of Locally Produced Fresh Milk Absorption mechanism, and the lifting of the compulsory ratio between the consumption of locally produced fresh milk and that of imported fresh milk.
The prices of locally produces fresh milk are set on the basis of an agreement between milk processors and GKSI, and they are reviewed on a periodical basis.
GKSI has urged the National Standardization Agency (BSN by its Indonesian initials) to review the application of SNI (Indonesian National Standard) to fresh milk used as a basic material by industries because it is not suitable for such milk.
GKSI has been playing an important role in preventing the re-currence of former milk cases.
The prices of fresh milk on the domestic market are determined on the basis of an agreement between the milk-processing industry and GKSI. These prices are reviewed on a periodical basis.
When the milk ratio was still effective, the price of milk from farmers to GKSI was Rp 600/liter, whereas from GKSI to MPI was Rp 700/liter.
GKSI estimated the price of local fresh milk and imported milk raw materials will be balanced, if the rupiah exchange rate to the US dollar is Rp 6,000.
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