- International Merchandise Trade Statistics (IMTS) recommends to use a free on board (FOB) valuation for exports and cost,
insurance, and freight (CIF) valuation for imports. CIF is a sum of FOB, freight, and insurance value of imported goods. IMTS suggests
countries that record import value on CIF to have an additional method to decompose CIF into FOB, freight, and insurance value. FOB,
insurance, and freight fraction follow multivariate fractional model. The model is to give prediction value of three CIF components
fraction. Based on MAPE and RMSEP value, mode of transport, transit status, and group of two digit HS code are three covariates that
the best precision of the predicted value.
Published In:IJCSN Journal Volume 6, Issue 6
Date of Publication : December 2017
Pages : 820-825
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Mardiah : currently pursuing masters degree program in Applied
Statistics in Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia. Attained
bachelor degree from STIS Jakarta in 2008.
Asep Saefuddin : is lecturer at Department of Statistics , Bogor
Agricul-tural University, Indonesia. His main interest is in
Geoinformatics, Spatial Analysis, Statistical Modeling.
Indahwati : is lecturer at Department of Statistics , Bogor Agricultural
University, Indonesia. Her main interest is in Statistical
Modelling, Sampling Design and Methodology.
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