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Grand Launching of Indonesia’s Non-Tariff-Measures (NTMs) Database.
EuroCham was pleased to be invited to the grand launching of “Indonesia’s Non-Tariff Measures Database: Enhancing Industrial Competitiveness, Boosting Export Performance” organized by the Coordinating Ministry of Economic Affairs (CMEA) and the World Bank on February 23, 2023. The launching officially commenced with opening remarks from Habib Rab, Acting Country Director of the World Bank for Indonesia and Timor Leste, followed by a keynote speech by Ferry Irawan, Acting Deputy for Macroeconomics and Financial Coordination of the CMEA.
The World Bank presented how the Non-Tariff Measures Database plays an important role for global trade and how it can ensure that policy objectives are achieved without creating unnecessary costs for the Indonesian economy and households. The event concluded with a panel discussion and a Q&A session for the participants. Many thanks to the World Bank and the CMEA for inviting us to the grand launching, and we sincerely hope it can provide great benefits for the Indonesian economy and trade purposes.
Public Hearing on the Revision of Government Regulation No. 28 of 2021 on the Implementation of the Industrial Sector
On 21 February 2023, EuroCham attended the Public Hearing on the Revision of Government Regulation No. 28 of 2021 on the Implementation of the Industrial Sector.
The public hearing was organized by the Deputy for Coordination of Commerce and Industry, Coordinating Ministry of Economic Affairs (CMEA), and was presented by Ikana Yossye Ardianingsih (Head of the Legal Bureau of the Ministry of Industry), Satya Bhakti Parikesit (Deputy Cabinet Secretary for Economic Affairs, CMEA), and YFR Hermiyana (Director of Business Process Efficiency Director at The National Single Window Agency).
The public hearing discussed various topics and changes within the regulation, wherein our members actively contributed and participated to address their appreciations, concerns, and recommendations for topics including commodity balance, industrial standardization as well as the import of raw materials.