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Complicated Import Regulations

Monday, June 3, 2024

The complicated import regulations is causing congestion at ports. The constantly changing rules do not solve the problem.

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A cargo ship carrying containers of imported goods enters Tanjung Port, Priok, Jakarta, January 15. TEMPO/Tony Hartawan . tempo : 172127123865.

THE Coordinating Ministry for the Economy is flooded with complaints. Several business associations have complained about the delay of imported goods. Thousands of containers have been stuck at ports since the enactment of Trade Minister Regulation No. 36/2023, which tightened import requirements starting March 10. “There are several complaints,” said the Secretary of the Coordinating Ministry for the Economy, Susiwijono, on Tuesday, M


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Ilona Esterina and Desty Luthiani contributed to this article.

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