Industry Ministry Clarifies Anti-Dumping Import Duty: Targeting Uncooperative Exporters

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TEMPO.CO, JakartaThe Ministry of Industry has clarified the proposed 200% anti-dumping import duty announced by Trade Minister Zulkifli Hasan.

Reni Yanita, the ministry's Acting Director General of Chemical, Pharmaceutical, and Textile Industries, confirmed the existence of a 199% anti-dumping import duty (BMAD). However, this rate applies specifically to uncooperative exporting companies, primarily targeting those from China.

“The highest rate is indeed 199 percent,” Reni said during a meeting at the Parliament Complex in Jakarta on July 9.

She elaborated that the Indonesian Anti-dumping Committee (KADI) sent questionnaires to foreign companies during investigations. Companies that fail to respond are considered uncooperative and automatically classified as "dumping".

She further emphasized the distinction between anti-dumping duties (BMAD) and safeguard duties (BMTP). BMAD targets specific companies, whereas BMTP applies to the entire country of origin, impacting all companies within that nation.

Previously, Trade Minister Zulkifli Hasan mentioned the Indonesian Trade Safeguard Committee (KPPI) and KADI were investigating imports over the past three years to determine potential import duties for seven specific commodities flooding the Indonesian market: textiles & textile products, ready-made clothing, ceramics, electronics, cosmetics, ready-made textile goods, and footwear.

He clarified that the planned duties would not solely sasaran China, as initially reported. Instead, they could be imposed on various countries based on the KPPI and KADI investigations.

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