Supply Chain in Indonesia

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Customs Procedures

Export taxes have been introduced for untreated skins, tanned leather and coal. It is prohibited to export timber, certain live fishing products, inferior quality rubber, rubber materials, untreated reptile skins, iron waste and scrap (except if it comes from the island of Batam), bark and wood chips, and animals and wild plants protected by the CITES and (until January 2007) urea, sand, rice, exports to Israel.
Export Taxes
In 2005, the government imposed duties on exports of untreated skins (25%), on white tanned leather (15%) and coal (5%).
Export Clearance
Exporters are exempted from import duties, VAT and tax on luxury products for materials and intermediate products used in manufacturing goods destined for abroad.
Necessary Declaration
Gold dust, ingots or bars must be inspected. Distinct licenses are required to export products to an importing country which fixes quotas on them, or which are linked to oil, and exporters of timber must give seven days' notice to the official Indonesian organization of export surveillance (Sucofindo), which carries out an inspection on the basis of the Harmonized System (HS).

Controlling the Quality of the Products

Quality Control Organizations
National standardization institute (BSN)

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