Govt to finish simplifying import process soon
Marchio Irfan Gorbiano
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM The government is seeking to finish trimming the list of prohibited and restricted imported goods soon, in a move to cut dwell time and speed up customs clearance at the country’s major import gates. The current administration aims to slash the long list of the goods, locally known as lartas, such as rice, sugar and meat, to only 20.8 percent of the total 10,826 goods classified under Harmonized...
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