PELAKSANAAN JUAL BELI YARNEN (BAYAR PANEN) DI KECAMATAN CIKELET KABUPATEN GARUT DIHUBUNGKAN DENGAN UNDANG-UNDANG NO 5 TAHUN 1999 PASAL 17 TENTANG LARANGAN PRAKTEK MONOPOLI DAN PERSAINGAN USAHA TIDAK SEHAT

Authors

  • Nurdin UIN SGD Bandung

Keywords:

buying and selling, economic growth

Abstract

The purpose of this research is focused on: How is the practice of
buying and selling, its legal consequences and the completion of the
implementation of the buying and selling practice of yarnen (Pay
Harvest) in accordance with Law No. 5/1999 concerning the prohibition
of monopolistic practices and unfair business competition in Cikelet
District, Garut Regency. This research uses a qualitative approach, with
a descriptive analytic method. The focus of this research is in Cikelet
District, Garut Regency. Technique of studying data by using interview,
observation, and documentation. While the data analysis was done
through data reduction, data display, and retrieval. The results showed
that: 1) The practice of buying and selling agricultural products between
farmers and middlemen is determined to determine the price to farmers
who have borrowed capital to plant these crops. And they are required to
sell their harvest to middlemen at a price that is sometimes cheaper than
other buyers, so that the farmer feels a loss, because but there is an
account owner who is obliged to sell with the middleman 2) The legal
consequence is that the sale and purchase of this thread is very, very
influencing the life of the people of the Cikelet District, both on social
and economic life, some are positive, namely the fulfillment of the needs
of the seller by the buyer, and some are negative, namely the rerelationships
between humans, which in the end can disturb security with
peace 3) The solution is through the interaction of stakeholders including
community leaders, local officials, MUI and local government (PEMDA)
must intervene and participate in fostering farmers and business actors
in making buying and selling properly for problems. Law Number 5 of
1999 is optimally striving for healthy and fair business competition in a
particular market, for all business actors to participate in the process of
producing goods and services to promote fair market economic growth

Published

2020-08-23

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