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Labor Moratory: Impact on Indonesias Economic

Mohammad Benny Alexandri, Meita Pragiwani, Devi Melisa Damiri

Abstract: Saudi Arabia is a major destination for Indonesian Migrant Workers (TKI), there are 137, 835 workers are in Saudi Arabia (2011) 134, 120 workers are in Malaysia and 78, 865 Indonesian Migrant Workers in Taiwan. There are an impact on the state', s foreign exchange earnings since the enactment of moratorium Indonesian Migrant Workers. This phenomenon into two sides of the currency that can not be separated, required a special strategy in overcoming social problems experienced by migrant workers in their place of work. Based on the problems and phenomena mentioned earlier, then further will be discussed more in depth regarding Policy Analysis Moratorium Delivery of Indonesian Workers to Saudi Arabia. Indonesia government has the right to provide protection to the citizen. The problems that affecting migrant workers are problems which has no solution. The moratorium of migrant workers was issued in 2011 and re-issued in 2015. This study aims to find out and study the Indonesian Indonesian Migrant Workers policy (TKI) to Saudi Arabia and its impact on the country', s foreign exchange. Methodology is Systematic Literature Review (SLR) method, which author looks for reference theory relevant to the case or problems which found. The results indicate that the moratorium of I Indonesian Migrant Workers becomes the choice of inappropriate policy actions. The implementation of the moratorium will bring negative impacts to the country, to the impact of increased repetition, the moratorium also triggered the decline of Indonesian foreign exchange, and it was triggering the illegal labor supplier

Keywords: Moratorium, Foreign exchange, Indonesian Labor, Saudi Arabia



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