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Dental Equipment Indonesia

Dental Equipment and Supplies Indonesia (2009)

Indonesian imports of dental equipment and supplies reached an estimated of $34 million in 2008, a 10 percent increase over the 2007 figure of $31 million. The dental equipment market is estimated to grow by about 10-20 percent for the coming three years. Imports from the U.S. were estimated at $3.7 million in 2008. The U.S. is the fourth largest exporter of dental equipment and supplies to Indonesia accounting for 11 percent of total imports. The market is highly competitive, however, U.S. brands are well accepted and perceived to be of high quality. Import duties ranging from 0-10 percent are imposed on dental equipment and supplies. In addition, a VAT of 10 percent is imposed on all imported products. U.S. companies must appoint an agent or a distributor to register and sell their products in Indonesia.

Dental Equipment and Supplies Indonesia (2010)

Indonesian imports of dental equipment and supplies reached an estimated value of $49 million in 2009, a significant increase over the 2008 figure of $34 million. The market sector continues to grow over past years in line with increasing consumer demand for dental care. The Indonesian dental market is heavily dependent on imports. The U.S. is the fifth largest exporter of dental equipment and supplies to Indonesia, accounting for 3.1 percent of total imports. The market is highly competitive, however, U.S. brands are accepted and perceived to be of high quality. Import duties ranging from 0-10 percent are imposed on dental equipment and supplies. In addition, a VAT of 10 percent is imposed on all imported products. U.S. companies must appoint an agent or a distributor to register and sell their products in Indonesia.

Dental Equipment and Supplies Indonesia (2012)

Indonesian imports of dental equipment and supplies reached an estimated value of $57 million in 2010, a significant increase over the 2009 figure of $49 million.   The market sector continues to grow over past years in line with increasing consumer demand for dental care.  The Indonesian dental market is heavily dependent on imports.   The U.S. is the fifth largest exporter of dental equipment and supplies to Indonesia, accounting for 5 percent of total imports.  The market is highly competitive, however, U.S. brands are accepted and perceived to be of high quality.  Import duties ranging from 0-10 percent are imposed on dental equipment and supplies.  In addition, a VAT of 10 percent is imposed on all imported products.  U.S. companies must appoint an agent or a distributor to register and sell their products in Indonesia.

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