Trade diversions usually occur because, from an economic point of view, the transition is seen as more efficient or cost-effective. China came in second with an export value of Rp 10.6 trillion in 2019 and South Korea in third place with Rp 8.5 trillion in the same year. RCEP was initiated by Indonesia when it became President of ASEAN in 2011 in order to consolidate itself in order to reduce the overlaps between the many free trade agreements (FTA) today. In addition, RCEP was established with the aim of creating a modern, comprehensive, high-quality and mutually beneficial economic partnership between ASEAN member states and ASEAN partner countries. A total of 16 countries participate in this RCEP, consisting of 10 ASEAN Member States and 6 ASEAN-FHA partner countries (China, Japan, India, Australia, New Zealand, Korea and . . .