Does Indonesia implement an autonomous sanctions regime?
What is the nature of the sanctions regime in Indonesia?
Indonesia is developing laws relating to sanctions. There is no comprehensive control list for strategic items and no control list for dual-use items. There are domestic laws in place relating to the control of import/export of certain strategic items.
Does Indonesia maintain a list of sanctioned individuals and entities?
Are there any other lists related to sanctions?
Does Indonesia have a licensing or authorisation system in place?
Yes. This system is, however, only a domestic licensing and authorisation system.
What are the consequences for a breach of sanctions in Indonesia?
There are no penalties as Indonesia’s strategic trade management system is still a work in progress.
Who are the relevant regulators in Indonesia and what are their contact details?
The regulators in Indonesia for sanctions are the Ministry of Trade and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The Ministry of Trade of the Republic of Indonesia Jl. M. I. Ridwan Rais No. 5 Jakarta Pusat 10110.
T: (+021) 23528601 / (+021) 3858171
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia. Jl. Pejambon No.6. Jakarta Pusat, 10110.
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