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Indonesia’s Local Content Requirements: Assessment with WTO Rules

WTO, Indonesia, Local Content Requirement

Indonesia’s Local Content Requirements: Assessment with WTO Rules

Local content requirement is one of the policy measures used by many countries around the globe, including Indonesia, to protect and support their strategic sectors. This paper assesses Indonesia’s local content regulations in the energy, telecommunication devices, pharmaceutical, and modern retail sectors that are deemed problematic by certain Word Trade Organization (WTO) Members in light of Indonesia’s obligations under the multilateral trade rules.

Indonesia’s Local Content Requirements: Assessment with WTO Rules

Date

07 January 2022

Category

Indonesia , Global Governance and Multilateralism

Author

Michelle Limenta, Lili Yan Ing

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