Faliq Hukma Al Nafi, Marsanto Adi Nurcahyo


Indonesia Chile-CEPA agreement has been entry-into-force since August 2019. Trade between Indonesia
and Chile has alternated surpluses and deficits during the 2015-2020 periods. This study will analyze
how the internal and external factors of the trade cooperation between Indonesia and Chile are. This
paper reveals strategies that Indonesia can use in trade based on a SWOT analysis. This research was
written using descriptive method with qualitative approach. Data collection techniques were carried out
by interview. The results of the interview are used as a SWOT matrix. The results of this study indicate
that Indonesia's internal and external conditions support the cooperation with Chile. The internal
factors on this research are the condition of economy, trade commodities, size of the Indonesian
population, scope of the agreement, and level of trade between Indonesia and Chile. The external
factors based on this research are the potential for tariff reduction in trade, expansion of Indonesian
market in South America through Chile, opening of investment and trade opportunities, economic and
political conditions in South America, and geographic conditions of Indonesia and Chile. The results of
the SWOT analysis show that Indonesia can use various strategies in trade with Chile.


Free Trade, Indonesia-Chile, SWOT Analysis.

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