Achmad Rizal, Asep Agus Handaka Suryana, Heti Herawati,
Lantun P. Dewanti, Izza M. Apriliani
Indonesia is one of the world's largest exporters of tuna, seaweed, and other fishery products, but
the national seafood industry is characterized by high-volume/low-value commodity production.
Potential large gains can be made by enhancing the competitiveness and value-added of
products. Development policy for fishery industrial development must be adapted to the growth
and dynamics of the political, social, economic and regional autonomy demands. This paper
discusses some of the region's role in fishery development, decentralization and globally as
typology conformity of regions, local resource management, levels of hierarchy and coordination
and institutional capacity in the implementation of various efforts towards the development of
industry-based inter-regional balance.