Indonesia imposes tariffs on some textile imports until 2022

Indonesia has imposed tariffs on imports of some textile products until November 2022, according to a Ministry of Finance regulation, in a bid to protect local producers from a surge of imports of yarn, fabric and curtains.

“Safeguard duties” of up to IDR11,426 (US$0.78) per metre have been imposed for fabrics in three stages, and the tariff will be gradually lowered by 8 November 2022.

Indonesia will also start imposing tariffs on imports of curtains and yarn during the same period.

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Posted by Geoff Fisher on 3 July 2020



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