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How Restrictive Import Regulation Hits Wheat Flour Industry

Monday, April 29, 2024

Import restrictions make it difficult for flour producers to obtain raw ingredients. Regulatory bans and restrictions threaten many industries.

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The loading and unloading activity of wheat flour at Sunda Kelapa Port, Jakarta, September 2023. TEMPO/Tony Hartawan . tempo : 172127081353.

ANOTHER letter from the Indonesian Wheat Flour Producers Association (Aptindo) arrived at the office of the Trade Ministry in Jalan Ridwan Rais, Central Jakarta and the Industry Ministry in Jalan Gatot Subroto, South Jakarta. The letters, dated April 22, 2024, were copied to many, from the Coordinating Minister for the Economy, the Chair of the Food and Drug Supervisory Agency, to some Echelon I officials in several ministries.

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Caesar Akbar and Ghoida Rahmah contributed to this article. 

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