Legal Protection of the Traditional Market on the Basis of the Economic Constitution of Indonesia

Edwin Tulandi, Bambang Winarno, Sihabudin ., Suhariningsih .


Strict competition between modern markets has had an impact on the sustainability of traditional markets in Indonesia, the further exclusion of traditional markets is a fact that can not be denied, therefore traditional markets must be protected. Legal protection of the traditional market refers to the Constitution of the Indonesian economy, economic policy must refer to and should not be contrary to the constitution is very important, because often or usually, the economic policy makers do not feel the need to base themselves on the provisions of the constitution in formulating various economic policies of a country. Legal protection for traditional markets will be developed from the principle of efficiency of justice as set out in the Indonesian economic Constitution. Legal protection for traditional markets is done by granting the rights and limiting the interests of modern markets, the granting of rights to traditional markets is done by empowerment and for limiting the interests of modern markets is done by structuring, thus the notion of structuring here does not mean rejecting the existence of modern markets but the notion of structuring here is directed to Arranging for traditional markets and modern modern markets to move forward and grow together

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