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Written by Maizer   
Wednesday, 06 May 2020

The Indonesian Trade Protection Committee has accepted a proposal for a safeguard investigation on garment products. Nevertheless, this proposal has not been followed up due to the absence of official petitions from industry players.

 

"In the meeting with the association, we have indeed received a proposal for a safeguard investigation for garments. However, to date we have not yet received an official request," said Chairman of the Indonesian Trade Protection Committee (KPPI) Mardjoko.

 

An investigation can be conducted if the applicant can provide evidence of a surge in imports in the last 3 years on garment products.

 

Mardjoko explained the importance of evidence in the field that the surge in imports resulted in serious losses for the domestic industry such as a decrease in production volume, domestic sales, productivity, used capacity, and the number of workers.

 

"We are ready to follow up as long as the requirements are met, there are causes and effects that we will test," he continued.

 

In terms of protection of the country's textile and textile product (TPT) industry, Mardjoko explained that the government had released regulations on the imposition of temporary security measures (BMTPS) on three product groups namely yarns from staple and artificial fibers, fabric products; and curtain products, including curtains and blinds inside.

 

Meanwhile, the import duty for security measures covers 121 tariff posts and takes effect from November 9, 2019 for a period of 200 days.

 

Mardjoko said that the BMTPS will end on May 27, 2020 and his party has prepared a definitive import duty policy.

 

"The investigation is still ongoing to determine the definitive safeguard measures. So, there is a possibility that it will continue," said Mardjoko.

 

 

 

 
		
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