Implementation of Regulatory Impact Assessment (RIA) to Salt National Industry in Indonesia

Arif Haendra, M. Syamsul Maarif, Joko Affandi, Anggraini Sukmawati


Salt is one of strategic commodities in Indonesia. The incompetence in fulfilling salt national needs makes salt national consumption depends on imported salt. Public policy based on needs to solve the problem that happened in community, the contra productive regulation makes Law No. 7 Year 2016 about protection and empowerment of fishermen, fish cultivators, and salt farmers becomes ineffective.This research aims to analyze the government policy related to salt national industry with methodology used Regulatory Impact Assessment (RIA) by involving the experts and practitioners also policy makers of Indonesia salt industry. The result of analysis and public consultation refers to analysis of costs and benefit by repairing the policy that has been issued.To get the best alternative can be done by arranging the strategic and real actions that can erase or minimalize from costs or existence problems. Besides that on Regulation of the Minister of Industry of Indonesia Number:88/M-IND/PER/10/2014 SNI various food salt that is NaCl minimum 94%, this research tried to propose NaCl content to be changed become minimum 94% and maximum 97% to increase absorption of people’s salt, increasing the level of people’s health by mineral fortification in the salt and technical barrier to imported products.

Keywords: Competitiveness, Salt, Strategy, Regulatory Impact Assessment (RIA)

DOI: 10.7176/EJBM/13-7-07

Publication date: April 30th 2021


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