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Ever-Changing Import Regulations

Monday, April 29, 2024

The government repeatedly changes the regulations for importing goods. Special provisions are made only when public protests occur.

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BUDI Santoso is pushing for the completion of the second revision of Trade Ministry’s import regulations. Currently, according to the Ministry’s Director-General of Foreign Trade, there are three stages to go through, namely meeting minutes, approval from the president, and signature of the minister. “We aim to have it signed by the minister this week, and then it will come into effect immediately,” he said at his off


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Savero Wienanto contributed to this article. 

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