Indonesia Country Snapshot

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Country Information

Capital: Jakarta
Population: 242,325,638
Language: Bahasa Indonesia (Modified form of Malay), English, Dutch, Javanese and various local dialects
Weights and Measures: Metric
Currency: RUPIAH
Time Zone GTM + 7 hours Jakarta, the archipelago stretches through 4 time zones

 

 

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Trade Group Member

Preferential Agreements

Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)

Indonesia is a founding member of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and participates in the ASEAN Free Trade Agreement (AFTA).

Asian Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC)

Indonesia is one of the original 12 founding member nations that formed APEC in 1989, namely: Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Indonesia, Japan, Republic of (S) Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Republic of the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and United States.

Multilateral organizations

World Trade Organization (WTO)

Indonesia is a member of the World Trade Organization, and is a participant in the GSP General System of Preferences program. The WTO policy of promoting fair trade and working to reduce import controls and tariff-based duty is slowly being implemented.

In addition Indonesia is a party and active participant in the following international agreements:

Environmental efforts in the area of Biodiversity, Climate Change, Desertication, Hazardous Wastes

Environmental agreements Protection of wildlife and flora via the CITES Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species, Flora and Fauna Law of the Sea, Tropical Timber 83, Tropical Timber 94, Wetlands conservation

Indonesia has signed pending ratification agreements related to: Climate Change-Kyoto Protocol Marine Life Conservation

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General Import Clearance Information

Working with Customs officials throughout the world, FedEx has developed innovative technology to eliminate many steps of the paperwork-handling process and expedite the movement of international shipments. This process is known as the FedEx Expressclear Electronic Customs clearance system. Starting at the origin location, state-of-the-art technology allows the processing of shipment paperwork and electronic transmission of documents to the designated FedEx hub and destination clearance location. The Expressclear system also keeps a database of regulatory information, which includes; importers' numbers, broker designations, corporate contact names and telephone numbers. At a FedEx hub, international shipments are sorted, scanned and loaded onto an international flight. Vital shipment information is keyed into a worldwide manifest database, which is linked to computer systems operated by brokers and Customs officials in many countries. Even before the plane has taken off, or while it is in the air, Customs agents and brokers at the destination airport of entry can begin examining shipping manifests, querying air waybill data if they need more details, assessing duties and taxes and selecting the shipments they wish to examine. By the time the plane arrives at its destination, many packages have already been cleared by Customs. As the plane is unloaded, the Expressclear system identifies packages to be examined and prints "cleared" Customs labels for all others. Cleared shipments are transferred to trucks for immediate delivery. International shipments are scanned at all key points throughout the process and this allows for up-to-date status reports including when Customs clearance is obtained.  

  • In order to avoid delays in customs clearance, copies (pre-fax/scanning) of available versions of the commercial invoice are required. This covers the customers own business letterhead commercial invoice in addition to the generic Electronic Commercial Invoice (ECI) generated via FedEx automated shipping tools.

FedEx Clearance Facilities

FedEx provides primary clearance for shipments consigned to Indonesia via Jakarta, but also offers clearance via the following ports in Indonesia: Jakarta, Bandung, Batam, Denpasar, Medan, Semarang, Surabaya.

Document Requirements

Commercial Invoice

All shipments consignee to Indonesia must be presented to customs with a valid commercial invoice. The invoice should bear the name and address of the shipper, place and date of the shipment, name and address of the consignee, number and kind of packages, content and weight of each package, tariff number, marks and numbers. Additionally the invoice should state the reason for shipment if the goods are being presented for other than consumption entry into Indonesia. Three copies are normally required to accompany all shipments. Prices, quantities, and qualities on the invoice should be the same as those originally quoted. Invoices covering shipments under letter of credit should show the date and number of the letter of credit and the importer control number.  

Indonesian Customs will not accept the term "No Commercial Value" or NCV on shipments to Indonesia. The full market value should be declared for all shipments to Indonesia. Failure to do this will result in the package being held and possible penalties.

Shipments greater than 100 kgs require the consignee to have registered with Indonesian Customs in order to obtain a Customs Identification Number (known as NIK in Indonesia).

Certificate of Origin

A Certificate of Origin, (COO) is sometimes requested for verification / certification of the country of origin of certain commodities. There are many types of certificate of origin in use, in most cases where trade preference is not being requested a General Certificate of Origin is used. For qualifying shipments to ASEAN countries the Form D ASEAN Certificate of Origin should be used in order to qualify for trade preference (less or zero duty based on commodity shipped.

Regardless of the type of certificate of origin used, it must be certified by a recognized chamber of commerce, which usually requires one additional notarized copy for its files.

Bill of Lading /Air Waybill

A bill of lading /air waybill serves as the transportation authorization that allows the exporter to designate a carrier or agent to transport goods. The bill of lading/ airway bill usually indicates the following information: name and address of the shipper, name and address of the consignee, port of destination, description of goods, listing of freight and other charges, numbers of bills of lading in full set, and date and signature of the carrier's official acknowledging receipt on board of goods for shipment. The information should correspond with that appearing on the invoices and packages. Freight charges must be stated separately. The airway bill replaces the bill of lading on air cargo shipments.

Packing List

Although not expressly required by law, Customs normally requires a Packing List to help expedite the Customs clearance process and it is especially helpful for shipments containing several commodities and multi-piece shipments.

Additional Documentation

Phytosanitary Certificates for Goods originating in places infected with pests and cholera must be disinfected before their import. The entry and Export of some plants and seedlings require a permit from the Ministry of Agriculture or from a designated official.

Plant Health Certificates may be required from the originating country Agriculture department for all plants, seedlings, etc imported.

Surveyor Report is required from shipper if item is above 10 pieces and value is above $1000 USD for cosmetic (non-haz), drugs/prescription, food and beverages (non-perishable), computer parts, electronic parts, textiles and related products, footwear and toys.

Importer Registration License from the Department of Industry and Trade is required from the consignee if it is over 100 kgs. This applies to camera, parts, electronics, toys, 'finished' and 'unfinished' textiles.

Customs Valuation

Based on the Indonesian Customs Law, the Customs value of goods tendered for entry into the commerce of Indonesia shall be determined using the WTO and GATT methods of valuation as follows:The Customs value of imported goods shall be the transaction value, that is the price actually paid or payable for the goods when sold or exported to the country of importation.

The Customs value of imported goods shall be the transaction value, that is the price actually paid or payable for the goods when sold or exported to the country of importation. If the Customs value of the imported goods cannot be determined under the transaction value method, then the Customs value shall be the transaction value of identical goods.

If the Customs value of the imported goods cannot be determined under all mentioned above methods, then the Customs value shall be the transaction value of similar goods.

If the Customs value of the imported goods cannot be determined under all mentioned above methods, then the Customs value shall be based on a deductive method.

If the Customs value of the imported goods cannot be determined under all mentioned above methods, then the Customs value shall be based on a computed method.

If the Customs value of the imported goods cannot be determined under all mentioned above methods, then the Customs value shall be determined by using reasonable means consistent with the principles and the provisions mentioned under point 1 to 5 above on the basis of available data in the Customs Territory subject to certain limitations.

All goods presented for import to the Republik Indonesia must be tendered with a value that adequately represents the fair market value of the goods. If a value is missing or deemed inadequate customs may at its discretion assign a value (using the above methodology), or require documentation from the importer and shipper that will assist in determining the value for customs purposes. NCV (No Commercial Value), Zero Value, NC (No Charge) are not acceptable for customs processing and should not be used for any shipment including shipments consisting of documentation, samples or gifts.

Import Duties

Normal tariff based duty is currently levied on qualifying imported goods at a rate ranging from 3 to 26% on most goods, with some products still subject to rates of duty of up to 50-60%. With the full implementation the ASEAN Free Trade Agreement and WTO agreements duty will continue to be lowered.

Additional Fees

In addition to normal duty assessed against the imported goods, the following fees and taxes may also be applied based on the commodity and or processing involved:

License Fees

Fees assessed in the course of obtaining the proper forms and approvals for import processing. Usually the fees are minimal designed to cover the cost of processing and offering the service to the importer.

Storage and warehouse fees

Fees that are assessed during the customs processing that are applicable when goods are left unclaimed or entry is not made in the timely manner as determined by customs.

Antidumping

Additional duties levied on goods that are imported into the Customs territory at prices that are below the actual cost of the goods and or lower than available in the originating country for purposes of harming local commerce and industry. Duties are assessed in amounts that make the importation of the goods into the country at a comparable price so as to negate any harm that might be brought on local industry.

Countervailing Duty

Additional duties levied against goods being imported into the Customs territory that have been subsidized by another nation with purpose of artificially controlling price of the goods and gain unfair advantage over local producers of same product. Duties are assessed in amounts that make the importation of the goods into the country at a comparable price so as to negate any harm that might be brought on local industry.

Excise Duties

The imposition of the Excise duty on excise goods (luxury goods) produced in Indonesia shall be applied at the time they have been completely made, and on the import of "excise goods" shall be applied at the time of importation of the goods into the Customs Territory by virtue of the Customs Law. Goods subject to Excise Duty; Tobacco, Ethanol and beverages containing ethanol in all its percentages; including concentrates.

NOTE: Excise duty where applicable is levied at a high rate ranging from 55% of the retail value or 250% of import value (customs + duty value) of the goods.

Additional Duties

None

Import Taxes

VAT (Value Added Duty)

VAT is assessed all qualifying shipments that are presented for import into the Republik Indonesia based on the Cost, Insurance and Freight (CIF) value of the goods consigned. Currently VAT is assessed at a rate of 10%.

Customs Fees

None

Exchange Controls

Bank of Indonesia, the Ministry of Trade and Industry, and the Ministry of Finance, Foreign Exchange Banks and the customs authorities administer Exchange control. The best currency for exchange control is the American dollar. Exchange regulations in Indonesia are liberal. Capital transactions including profits, dividends and interests are not subject to exchange control. Authorized banks only may carry out foreign trade related exchange operations. Additional information regarding exchange controls is available via the following URL: http://www.bi.go.id/web/id/

Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT's)

While the government of Indonesia is moving towards liberalized trade and open markets it maintains controls in the form of licenses and agency approvals that are required on many goods for import as well as export. This is slowly improving by removing many of these requirements and slowly reducing tariff rates on certain goods previously controlled.

Shipping restrictions: All imports of goods consigned for the Indonesian government as well as exports from the government must be carried out on Indonesian vessels.

Goods originating in places infected with pests and cholera must be disinfected before their import. The entry and Export of some plants and seedlings require a permit from the Ministry of Agriculture or from a designated official.

Mandatory Inspections

Plants, propagating materials and plant products must be imported through authorized ports and are subject to inspection in Indonesia at the expense of the importer.

Import Licenses

Indonesia continues to remove trade barriers via removal of import licenses and restrictions. It has drastically reduced the number of commodities to which these license and restrictive policies were associated. Currently approximately 141 tariff line items are noted as still requiring license or agency approval as a condition of import, this is an improvement from 1994, 261 (tariff line items) or 1990 when 1112 or roughly 10% of all goods were controlled and restricted for import. Authorized "registered importers:" may qualify for licenses for the following goods, in some cases licenses are only granted to specific companies designated by the government.

  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Hand tools
  • Salt
  • Raw plastic
  • Artificial sweeteners
  • Dangerous goods, explosives
  • Metals bromide
  • Scrap metals
  • Lube oil

Foodstuffs

All food products, including distilled products require a health certificate issued by the authorized body in the country of origin. Additionally all food products imported for consumption in Indonesia are required to be approved by the Ministry of Health and obtain the product registration. The process is lengthy and requires that the goods be submitted with detailed information that in some cases may cause the perspective importer to divulge proprietary information that is confidential.

Medications

All drugs and drug products imported for consumption in Indonesia are required to be approved by the Ministry of Health and obtain the product registration. The process is lengthy and requires that the goods be submitted with detailed information that in some cases may cause the perspective importer to divulge proprietary information that is confidential.

Agriculture Some animals require an inspection certificate from the Indonesian Veterinary Service. Leather in form of raw or semi-processed hides are controlled and require Agriculture / Veterinary Service review and approval for import.

Import Document Requirements The following documents are required at the import level for all shipments (of non-documents) commercial goods presented to customs for entry into Indonesia:

Commercial Invoice All shipments consigned to Indonesia must be presented to customs with a valid commercial invoice. The invoice should bear the name and address of the shipper, place and date of the shipment, name and address of the consignee, number and kind of packages, content and weight of each package, tariff number, marks and numbers. Additionally the invoice should state the reason for shipment if the goods are being presented for other than consumption entry into Indonesia. Three copies are normally required to accompany all shipments.

Prices, quantities, and qualities on the invoices should be the same as those originally quoted. Invoices covering shipments under letter of credit should show the date and number of the letter of credit and the import control number.

Packing List

Although not expressly required by law, Customs normally requires a Packing List to help expedite the Customs clearance process and it is especially helpful for shipments containing several commodities and multi-piece shipments.

Certificate of Origin

A Certificate of Origin, (COO) is sometimes requested for verification / certification of the country of origin of certain commodities. There are many types of certificate of origin in use, in most cases where trade preference is not being requested a General Certificate of Origin is used. For qualifying shipments to ASEAN countries the Form D ASEAN Certificate of Origin should be used in order to qualify for trade preference (less or zero duty based on commodity shipped. Regardless of the type of certificate of origin used, it must be certified by a recognized chamber of commerce, which usually requires one additional notarized copy for its files.

Bill of Lading /Airway Bill

A bill of lading / airway bill serves as the transportation authorization that allows the exporter to designate a carrier or agent to transport goods. The bill of lading/ airway bill usually indicates the following information: name and address of the shipper, name and address of the consignee, port of destination, description of goods, listing of freight and other charges, numbers of bills of lading in full set, and date and signature of the carrier's official acknowledging receipt on board of goods for shipment. The information should correspond with that appearing on the invoices and packages. Freight charges must be stated separately. The airway bill replaces the bill of lading on air cargo shipments.

Consular Fees

There are currently no document consularization requirements or related fees for shipments consigned to the Republik Indonesia.

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Indonesia Import Prohibitions

  • Any materials printed or otherwise that are anti- Muslim in nature or that promote communism
  • Knives (limited to cutlery only)
  • Metals, Precious
  • Mineral Products
  • Precious Stones
  • Liquid - any commodity in liquid form (exclude destination: JKTA, CGKA, CXPA, HLPA and BTHA)
  • Dangerous Goods as defined by IATA (Intl. Air Transport Association)
  • Personal importation of cell phones, laptops, and tablet computer is prohibited
  • Products displaying Chinese characters
  • Liquor and Alcohol  

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General Import Restrictions

 

You are prohibited from tendering the following items for shipment to any international destinations unless otherwise indicated, and you agree not to do so. (Additional restrictions may apply depending on destination. Various regulatory clearances in addition to customs clearance may be required for certain commodities, thereby extending the transit time.)

  1. APO/FPO addresses.
  2. C.O.D. shipments.
  3. Human corpses, human organs or body parts, human and animal embryos, or cremated or disinterred human remains.
  4. Explosives (Class 1.4 explosives are acceptable for carriage to Canada, Germany, France, Japan, United Arab Emirates and United Kingdom. Note: United Arab Emirates only allows Class 1.4 explosives to be shipped hold-for-pickup to the FedEx Express facility in Dubai).
  5. Items resembling a bomb, hand grenade or other explosive device, except as provided in the Dangerous Goods section. This includes, but is not limited to, inert products such as novelty items, training aids and works of art.
  6. Firearms, weaponry and their parts (acceptable between the U.S. and Puerto Rico).
  7. Perishable foodstuffs and foods and beverages requiring refrigeration or other environmental control. An exception is available by contract only. Contact your FedEx account executive for information.
  8. Live animals including insects, except as provided in the Live Animals section in the FedEx Service Guide. (Call the FedEx Live Animal Desk at 1.800.405.9052).
  9. Plants and plant material, including cut flowers (cut flowers are acceptable from the U.S. to selected points in Canada and from Colombia, Ecuador and the Netherlands to the U.S.).
  10. Lottery tickets and gambling devices where prohibited by law.
  11. Money (coins, cash, currency, paper money and negotiable instruments equivalent to cash such as endorsed stocks, bonds and cash letters).
  12. Pornographic and/or obscene material.
  13. Shipments being processed under:
    1. Duty drawbacks claims unless advance arrangements are made.
    2. Temporary Import Bonds – acceptable under the FedEx International Broker Select option, for initial import only.
    3. U.S. State Department licenses
    4. Carnets
    5. U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration export permit.
    6. Letters of Credit. Shipments subject to Letters of Credit are generally prohibited, with the exception of shipments subject to Letters of Credit calling for a “courier receipt”, as defined by Article 25 of UCP 600, shipped using the FedEx Expanded Service International Air Waybill.
    7. Certificate of Registration shipments (CF4455).

  14. Hazardous waste, including, but not limited to, used hypodermic needles or syringes transported for sterilization, recycling, disposal or for any other purpose, or other medical waste.
  15. Shipments that may cause damage to, or delay of, equipment, personnel or other shipments.
  16. Shipments that require us to obtain any special licenses or permit for transportation, importation or exportation.
  17. Shipments or commodities whose carriage, importation or exportation is prohibited by any law, statute or regulation.
  18. Counterfeit goods, including, but not limited to, goods under a trademark, without the approval or oversight of the registered trademark owner (also commonly referred to as "fake goods" or "knock-offs").
  19. Marijuana, as defined by U.S. federal law, 21 U.S.C. 802(16), including marijuana intended for recreational or medicinal use, and synthetic cannabinoids.
  20. Shipments with a declared value for customs in excess of that permitted for a specific destination. (See the Declared Value for Carriage and Limits of Liability section in the FedEx Service Guide).
  21. Dangerous goods except as permitted under the Dangerous Goods section of these terms and conditions.
  22. Processed or unprocessed dead animals, including insects and pets. Taxidermy-finished hunting trophies or completely processed (dried) specimens of whole animals or parts of animals are acceptable for shipment into the U.S.
  23. Packages that are wet, leaking or emit an odor of any kind.
  24. Wildlife products that require U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service export clearance by FedEx prior to exportation from the U.S.
  25. In-bond shipments destined to or being withdrawn from a Foreign Trade Zone or bonded warehouse, unless the FedEx International Broker Select option is selected for U.S. import shipments, or the FedEx International Controlled Export service option is selected for U.S. export shipments.

Notwithstanding any other provision of the FedEx Service Guide, we are not liable for delay of, loss of damage to a shipment of any prohibited item. The shipper agrees to indemnity FedEx for any and all costs, fees and expenses FedEx incurs as a result of the shipper's violation of any local, state or federal laws or regulations or from tendering any prohibited item for shipment.

You may be able to ship these items via FedEx International Controlled Export, FedEx International Premium, FedEx International Express Freight (IXF) or FedEx International Airport-to-Airport (ATA). For information on FedEx International Controlled Export, call International Customer Service at 1.800.GoFedEx 1.800.463.3339 (say "international services"). For information on the other services listed call FedEx Express Freight Customer Service at 1.800.332.0807.

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Indonesia Restrictions

  • Tobacco/Tobacco Leaves/Cigarettes - 1. A Certificate of Health and Quarantine report is required from consignee. 2. 200 pieces of cigarettes or 100 gram of tobacco/leaves plus 20 pieces of cigarettes is the maximum amount allowed per shipment. 3. Prohibited for private individuals if exceeds the maximum limit.
  • Checks in all forms (blank stock, travelers cheques, payroll, cashier)
  • Mobile phones, cell phones, handheld or electronic device are allowed with maximum of 2 units and value is $1500 USD per shipment

The following articles are defined as restricted for import into the Republik of Indonesia:

  • Narcotics
  • Psychotropic Substances
  • Explosive materials, Firearms and ammunition, certain knives
  • Fireworks of all types
  • Books and printed materials that can disturb public order, includes unapproved books in Chinese and Indonesian language. Packaging and product labels
  • Recorded media that has not been approved for import by the Board of Film Censorship and the Attorney General
  • Certain telecommunication devices and equipment; transceiver equipment, cordless phones and related devices; telecommunications imported without prior certification and marking approval
  • Color copiers; photocopy machines, parts and equipment without prior authorization from the Department of Trade and Industry, Board of Money Forgery Coordination.
  • Flora and Fauna as defined by the Department of Agriculture, Directorate General of Fisheries
  • Drugs, medicines, hypodermic needles, acetic anhydride and opium pipes are subject to a special license delivered by the Director General of Medicine and Food (POM), control.
  • Materials (regardless of state) that are proven harmful to the health and welfare of humans, ecologically damaging, poisoning, carcinogenic, etc, without approval from the Directorate General of Medicines and Foods (POM)
  • Pesticides; without prior approval from the Department of Agriculture. (Note: Pentachloro phenol and its salts, Dichloro difenil trichloro ethane (DDT) , Ethilane dibromide (EDB) are strictly controlled)
  • Ozone depleting substances are prohibited as well as devices that contain them; air conditioning units, compressors, refrigerators, etc.
  • Wastes (as defined under Government Law Rep. of Indonesia #12 /1995, Ecological law 23/199) are prohibited without prior approval or permit from the Department of Industry and Trade and BAPEDAL.

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Special Import Provisions

Temporary Imports

The objective of applying for temporary importation is to provide a facility for importation of goods for specific purpose, for temporary use and at the time of importation, it is obvious that the goods will be exported. Based on Indonesian Customs Law, there are two categories of temporary importation. The first one is temporary importation in which exemption of import duties is given, while the second is temporary importation in which the relief of import duties payment is given. The first category consist of : Goods for display/exhibition;

  • Goods to be used for seminars and the like; goods to be used for public entertainment purposes etc.
  • Goods to be used for public entertainment purposes
  • Goods to be used by experts, for research, educational, religious, and cultural purposes, and for making film/movies
  • Container used to transport goods repeatedly
  • Samples, models or molds
  • Articles to be used for games
  • Vehicles or means of transport used for tourists' own purposes
  • Articles to be used for oil drilling operation
  • Articles to be repaired, reconditioned, modified, tested or maintained
  • Live animals for public's entertainment, training, breed or the like.

In the second category of temporary importation are:

  • Imports of articles to be used in working projects not including the types of goods that the exemption is given, and
  • Imports of articles to be used for production purposes or domestic transportation.

The security with the amount of duties and taxes due has to be deposited for temporary import of which the exemption of import duties is given at the time of entry. For temporary importation, having relief of payment of import duties, they have to pay 2% of import duties and taxes each month for the period of its use.

Article 9 Customs Regulations

Imported goods may be released as temporary admission if at the time of importation it is clear that these goods will be re-exported. Temporarily admitted goods shall be under Customs control until their re-exportation. The provisions as referred to in paragraph (1) and (2) and the determination of duration of the temporary admission shall be further regulated by the Minister. Any person who does not re-export the temporarily admitted goods within the period as referred to in paragraph (3) shall be subject to a penalty of one hundred percent of the Import Duty that should be paid.

ATA Carnets The ATA Carnet ("ATA" stands for the French and English words "Admission temporaire / temporary admission) was created by international convention thirty years ago. It is an international customs document used worldwide to facilitate temporary importations into sixty (60) member countries. Indonesia does not currently participate in the ATA Carnet convention system, as such goods being imported for temporary import for tradeshows, exhibitions, etc must be processed as temporary imports and bank warranty posted. Prior arrangement with the consignee is recommended on shipments that are subject to this type processing to assure that the proper documents and approvals are in place prior to the arrival of the shipment.

Additional information related to the ATA Carnet process can be obtained from, the International Chamber of Commerce website: http://www.iccwbo.org/home/ata_carnets/ata_carnets.asp

Personal Effects

Personal effects are acceptable for transport to Indonesia. The goods must be properly documented and include a detailed commercial invoice listing all qualifying goods for which exemption and entry is being requested. Personal effects and non-qualifying goods should not be mixed, but should be shipped separately. A packing list is requested for shipments of personal effects where more than one package or container is involved.

Personal effects - BSO (Broker Selection Option) Only; otherwise, this commodity is prohibited.  Personal effects are prohibited if claiming duty fee entry.

Samples

Samples or goods that are provided as free of charge for purposes of obtaining orders are allowed for import. They should be documented as samples on the air waybill/bill of lading and commercial invoice provided for customs and meet the following requirements:

  • Only one of a kind, style number is acceptable for entry under sample provisions
  • Samples must be properly marked, with this or similar wordings "Samples, not for sale."
  • Garments tendered as gifts should not be in commercial quantities

Gifts

Gifts are acceptable for import and qualify for duty/tax free entry so long as the value of the gift is under (IRP) 50000.00 Indonesia Rupiahs and that the package weighs less than one kilo. Gifts that are controlled or require agency approval will not be released without the proper approvals and fees. Not all goods are acceptable as gifts; tobacco, alcohol and foodstuffs should never be consigned as gifts.

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Standards

New Labeling Regulation Effective September 1, 2010, a regulation was implemented by Indonesian Customs to include labels in Indonesian language on various consumer goods imported into Indonesia.

This regulation is to be applied by Indonesian importers prior to getting the goods imported into Indonesia. The Indonesian Consignees must submit their label information to the Indonesian Ministry of Trade for approval and attach a sample of the label, product and how they will place the label on the product and packaging. An LOA (Letter of Approval) will be issued within five working days after receipt of the request. The LOA has to be provided as supporting clearance documentation during importation.

The specific consumer goods covered are classified into four categories:

  • Household Electronics, Telecommunication & IT devices
  • Building construction material
  • Motor vehicle materials (spare parts and others)
  • Other commodities (e.g. footwear, leather products, toys, apparel, etc).

This regulation is exempt for the following goods:

  • Bulk goods and goods that are directly packed in front of consumers.
  • Goods listed in the Annex I to IV if they are used as raw material or supporting materials for manufacturing other products.

To obtain exemption of this requirement, the importer must submit a request to Directorate Controlling & Distribution of goods & services, Dept of Trade.

Labeling Requirements

  • The label must be in Indonesian Bahasa and in a manner that can be easily understood (Arabic digits; Latin letters are allowed if there are no proper equivalent Indonesian terms)
  • The following content must be included for all covered products:

a) Name and/or brand name

b) Name and address of manufacturer (for local manufacturing)

c) Name and address of importer (for imported goods)

d) Country of origin

  • Different products have different label placement instructions (where to place on the product, or on the packaging, or on both).

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General Export Clearance Information

Clearance Process

Geographically, the Republic of Indonesia is a huge archipelago state. It is impossible to place the Customs Official along the seashores to secure that goods incoming to and outgoing from the Customs Territory have fulfilled the prevailing provisions. Therefore, the fulfillment of Customs formality shall be done at the Customs Office. It means that loading or unloading goods at any place other than the Customs Office shall be regarded as violation against the law. In this way the control is easier to be done since the place to meet Customs formality such as: the lodgement of the Customs Declaration or payment of the Import Duties has been clearly limited by designating the Customs Office in accordance with the trading needs.

Imported goods are not legally entered until the vessel has been arrived in the Customs Territory. Prior to the arrival of the aircraft or vessel, the shipping agent should submit a Notice of Estimated Time of Arrival to Customs. Upon the arrival of the vessels, the master or the agent is obliged to lodge a General Declaration in the form of a Manifest covering all cargoes and supplies on board to the Customs Service Office, not later than 24 hours after the arrival.

Imported goods are allowed thirty (30) days to complete the entry processing with Customs, commencing from the date of unloading. If the goods are not yet released within a period of more 30 (thirty) days as of the date their storage in the temporary storage, they will be regarded as unclaimed goods. If the unclaimed goods are not yet released within a period of more than 60 days, Customs may declare them abandoned by act of law and is empowered to sell such goods by auction.

The proceeds of the auction are used to cover import duties, taxes and accrued charges. The balance of the process of the auction shall become state property unless; a claim is lodged by the owner, within the period of 90 (ninety) days as the date of notification letter. If no claim is lodged with Customs the balance will be appropriated for the state revenue. Goods may be declared by the importer or the customs broker on his behalf. In order to obtain release of imported goods for home use, the declaring party must perform as follows:

  • Carry out the import declaration, along with all original documentation and pay import duty and taxes at the bank or customs office
  • Submit import declaration, the security and other supporting documents to Customs.
  • Submit complementary customs documents and security

If the declaring party is other than the actual importer listed on the documents the following must be provided for purposes of lodging a declaration with customs:

Import License if applicable, Importers Tax Obligation Number and Power of Attorney executed by the importer for whom they are acting as declarant.

All declarations must be submitted on the appropriate import declaration form "Declaration of Importation of Goods" (PIB) upon which the following must be submitted by declaring party, such as name & address of exporter; name, address and status of importer; name and address of declaring party (if other than importer); name of the vessel; description of goods; value of the goods; etc.

Where possible the declaration should be submitted and processed electronically through the EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) system (required in these four main ports (Tanjung Priok I, II, III and Soekarno-Hatta I-II), while in the other ports it may be done manually or in diskettes media.

Within a maximum of 4 (four) hours, importers will be provided a decision from customs of the PIB which has been submitted, whether the PIB is rejected or received and determining the clearance channel. Customs will advise the basis of any reason for rejection in the Rejection Note. Physical inspection or examination will be conducted by Customs at the port of destination in Indonesia, and as mentioned above, will only be performed based on a very selective basis (through determination of red or green channels).

With regard to physical inspection, it shall be required entry is made under the following conditions and examination is required:

  • There are intelligence information determined by computer; random selection
  • Temporary admission goods
  • Re-imported goods

To facilitate physical inspection, Customs Service office at Tanjung Priok Jakarta and Tanjung Perak Surabaya use the Hi Co Scan X-Ray Container. Customs officials can decide if physical inspection is needed or not by translating the Scanner image of that such apparatus.

Imported goods may only be released from the Customs area after the Customs formalities have been fulfilled and the approval from the Customs official has been obtained.

In case of a tariff misclassification or miscalculation on import declaration occurred, the goods can still be released though the shortage of import duties and taxes due on such importation as a result of such mistakes is not paid yet. This is on the condition that such a shortage has to be paid within 30 (thirty) days from the date of the letter of payment shortage declaration of import duties from the date of Reassessment Note issued on such an import declaration.

The Goods as referred to in paragraph (1) may be released from the Customs Area after the fulfillment of the Customs Formality in order for such goods to be:

  1. Imported for home use;
  2. Temporarily admitted;
  3. Stored at the Bonded Storage;
  4. Transported to the Temporary Storage in another Customs Area;
  5. Transited or transshipped; or
  6. Re-exported.

Import for home use means:

  • Bringing goods into the Customs Territory destined for home use; or
  • Bringing goods into the Customs Territory to be under possession or control of a person who domiciles in Indonesia.

Imported goods may be released for home use:

  • After submitting the Customs Declaration and after payment of the Import Duty;
  • After submitting the Customs Declaration and the security as referred to in Article 42;
  • After submitting the complementary Customs documents and the security as referred to in Article 42 of the customs regulations.

Imported goods brought by passengers, crews of means of transport, and border crossers to the Customs Territory shall at the time of their arrival be declared by each of them to the Customs Official.

Imported goods sent by postal or courier service shall only be released with the approval of the Customs Official.

Importers who do not pay the Import Duties on imported goods within the period designated by this law shall be subject to a penalty of ten percent of the Import Duties that should be paid.

Obligation which shall be carried out by a carrier or his/her behalf is to notify the arrival of means of transport by submitting the Customs Declaration to the Customs Officials and such a document shall states all imported goods, either commercial goods or ship supplies carried by the means of transport. When the amount of the unloaded goods is less than that stated in the Customs Declaration, the carrier based on this paragraph is deemed to have already imported the goods. Therefore the carrier shall be obliged to pay both Import Duty on the shortage goods and administrative sanction, unless the cause of the shortage can be proven as not his/her fault.

Import Duties shall not be imposed on goods solely brought into the Customs Territory for transit or transshipment to another country. In principle, goods from outside the Customs Territory are subject to the Import Duties at the time such goods enter into Customs Territory. Considering that these goods are not intended to be imported for home use, the Import Duties are waived. Exemptions of the Import Duty shall be granted for import of:

  • Goods of foreign countries representatives and their officials who work in Indonesia under reciprocal principles
  • Goods for international bodies and their officials who work in Indonesia
  • Goods and materials to be processed, assembled, or installed on other goods destined for export
  • Scientific books
  • Goods donated for public worship, charity, social, and cultural purposes
  • Goods for museum, zoo, and other similar public places
  • Goods for research and scientific purposes
  • Goods for the blinds and other disables
  • Weapons, ammunition, and other military equipment, including spare parts for the national defense and security
  • Goods and materials used to produce other goods for the national defense and security
  • Samples of no commercial value
  • Coffins or other containers containing corpses or ashes of corpses
  • Removal goods
  • Goods brought by passengers, crews of means of transport, border crossers, and consignments of a certain Customs value and/or a certain number

Exemption or relief of the Import Duty may also be granted for import of:

  • Machinery for the establishment and development of industry
  • Goods and materials for the establishment and development of industry for a specified period of time
  • Equipment and substances used to prevent environmental pollution
  • Seeds and breeding animals for the establishment and development of agricultural industry, animal husbandry, or fishery
  • Marine products caught by licensed hauling vessels
  • Goods exported to undergo repair, processing, or testing
  • Goods re-imported in the same state
  • Goods which are naturally damaged, decreased in quality, destroyed or decreased in volume or weight occurred between the time of transportation on the Customs Territory and the time of import approved for home use
  • Human therapeutic substances, blood grouping and tissue typing reagents
  • Goods by the Government for public purposes
  • Goods for temporary admission

The Minister of Finance shall further regulate the provisions on exemptions, relief and refund. It should be noted that any person who does not comply with the provisions of the exemption and/or relief of the Import Duties by virtue of Indonesian Customs Law, whenever causing loss of the government revenue, shall be subject to an administrative fine of one hundred percent.

Refund of the Import Duty may be carried out in a whole or in a part of the duty paid for, interalia:

  • Excess payment of the Import Duties, for example an excess payment resulted from Customs determination of tariff classification, or an excess payment caused by an administrative error
  • Excess payment of the Import Duty as a result of the decision of the appeal institution

Entry Types

Entry processing or the act of making customs declaration is divided into two processes:

Informal entry possible: Shipments of low value, samples, documents where there are no controls or agency requirements in place to be satisfied.

Consignment via courier service with its value not more then FOB USD 50, 000 for each person per each delivery then will be given exemption of import duty and import related taxes.

Formal entry required:

Shipments of high value; or goods that are subject to formal processing due to controls or agency requirements in place that have to be satisfied regardless of the value declared for customs. Formal processing is also required for those goods that are imported temporarily or are eligible for duty tax exemption, or that are consigned for entry to a qualifying agency or government department, foreign embassy, etc.

  • FedEx is required to process all shipments that exceed 100 kg as formal entries regardless of value.

Document Requirements

General Export Clearance Information

Declaration of Exportation of Goods (PEB) shall not be required by Customs for certain export activities, for example goods taken out by passengers and crew of means of transport, border crossers, vehicles which are using international document (ATA Carnet, TRIPTIEK, CPD Carnet) consignments by PT Pos Indonesia which are using Declaration En Douane (CN 23).

Normally for export there should be only documentary examination carried out by Customs, therefore it is important that all documents tendered are complete and properly executed to avoid rejection by customs or delay caused by examination. Physical examination will only be performed by Customs, under special circumstances where it is warranted or required by operation of law, as in the following cases:

  1. Where Customs fraud is suspected.
  2. For goods that are presented for Temporary exportation/importation and processing is required to fulfill these requirements by law.
  3. Fraud in VAT (Value Added Tax) and Sales Tax on Luxurious Goods (STLG)
  4. Exportation of goods which are subject to Export Tax (PE)
  5. Exportation of goods which are using drawback system facilities (BAPEKSTA facility)

A government appointed surveyor inspects cases arising from condition 4 above. Customs examination shall be performed at the Customs area, at the exporter's premises or other location used to store export goods. Surveyor examination shall be performed at any place beyond customs area, which is determined by exporter.

Goods being tendered as export goods must be reviewed and identified by the shipper as to whether they are subject to required declaration or exempt from declaration. If the export goods are found to require export declaration, it is completed and submitted to customs manually or via electronic (EDI) transfer. The information provided below is provided as a general guide for goods that are / are not subject to export declaration processing with customs prior to export from Indonesia.

Required submission of the Export Declaration:

  • Export Consignment 300,000,000 Rupiah or more
  • Removal Goods
  • Diplomatic Corps Goods
  • Goods donated for public worship, charity, social and cultural purpose
  • Imported Goods that being re-exported
  • Goods temporarily exported that will return to the customs territory
  • Souvenirs
  • Handicrafts from local cottage industry
  • Samples
  • Goods for research and scientific purpose
  • Goods controlled by local agency or department

Export Declaration won't be needed if goods being exported are:

  • Passenger Goods and Crews Goods
  • Border Crosser hand carried out of the territory
  • Goods covered by ATA Carnet, TRIPTIEK OR CPD Carnet regulation
  • Consignment Goods by the Postal service

Export Document Requirements

The following documents are required at the export level for all shipments (of non-document) commercial goods being presented for export from Indonesia:

Commercial Invoice

All shipments exported from Indonesia must be presented to customs with a valid commercial invoice. The invoice should bear the name and address of the shipper, place and date of the shipment, name and address of the consignee, number and kind of packages, content and weight of each package, tariff number, marks and numbers. Additionally the invoice should state the reason for shipment if the goods are being presented for other than permanent export from Indonesia. Goods exported temporarily for repairs, technical inspection, tradeshows etc may require additional processing and formal registration to avoid potential duty/tax liability when returned to Indonesia. Three copies are normally required to accompany all shipments. Prices, quantities, and qualities on the invoices should be the same as those originally quoted. Invoices covering shipments under letter of credit should show the date and number of the letter of credit and the import control number.

Packing List

Although not expressly required by law, Customs normally requires a Packing List to help expedite the Customs clearance process and it is especially helpful for shipments containing several commodities and multi-piece shipments.

Certificate of Origin

A Certificate of Origin, (COO) is sometimes requested for verification / certification of the country of origin of certain commodities. There are many types of certificate of origin in use, in most cases where trade preference is not being requested a General Certificate of Origin is used. For qualifying shipments to ASEAN countries the Form D ASEAN Certificate of Origin should be used in order to qualify for trade preference (less or zero duty based on commodity shipped. Qualifying goods exported to General System of Preferences (GSP) supporting countries should be tendered with the properly completed Form A GSP Certificate of Origin. Regardless of the type of certificate of origin used, it must be certified by a recognized chamber of commerce, which usually requires one additional notarized copy for its files.

Bill of Lading/Airway Bill

A bill of lading / airway bill serves as the transportation authorization that allows the exporter to designate a carrier or agent to transport goods. The bill of lading/ airway bill usually indicates the following information: name and address of the shipper, name and address of the consignee, port of destination, description of goods, listing of freight and other charges, numbers of bills of lading in full set, and date and signature of the carrier's official acknowledging receipt on board of goods for shipment. The information should correspond with that appearing on the invoices and packages. Freight charges must be stated separately. The airway bill replaces the bill of lading on air cargo shipments.

Additional Documentation

Sanitary certificate: special sanitation, fumigation, and other similar certificates may be required for certain goods. The entry and export of some plants and seedlings require a permit from the Ministry of Agriculture or from a designated official.

Export Licenses

Goods controlled for export must be tendered to customs at time of export with the appropriate export license and or agency approval. Goods subject to this requirement:

  • Culturally valued goods, defined as goods over 50 years of age, whether movable or not with ties to history or national cultural or scientific importance.
  • Natural goods that are part of the Republik Indonesia and are protected by law.
    • Raw woods
    • Raw rattan
    • Natural resources that are unique to Indonesia and valuable to the local cottage industry
  • Hides and raw leather from reptiles (includes pickled and wet blue)
  • Rubber lumps
  • Rubber in all forms harvested from local forest system.

Country Export Prohibition and Restrictions

  • Cash or negotiable instruments exceeding (IPR) 5 Million must be authorized by the Central Bank.
  • Cultural goods
  • Certain goods as determined by the Department of Industry and Trade;
  • Leather hides, rawhides wet and blue
  • Rubber lumps
  • Rubber in all forms harvested from local forest system

Record keeping

Article 49, Customs Regulations Republik Indonesia

Importers, exporters, operator of the Temporary Storage, operator of the Bonded Storage, management of Customs brokers, or managements of transportation shall be obliged to carry out book-keeping and keep records and correspondence concerning Imports and Exports.

Article 51 Customs Regulations

The books and records as referred to in Article 49 shall use Latin characters, Arabic figures, Rupiahs currency, and the Indonesian language or the foreign currency and other languages stipulated by the Minister. Books, records, and letters shall be kept for a period of ten years at their business premises in Indonesia.

Books, records, and correspondence relating to Import or Export activities shall be kept for a period of ten years, therefore if during that period of time a violation against this law is discovered, the required books, records, and correspondence are still available. The obligation to keep such books, records, and correspondence is consistent with the provisions of Article 111 concerning the expiration dates of criminal prosecutions in Customs affairs.

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Indonesia Export Prohibitions

Cash or negotiable instruments exceeding (IPR) 5 Million must be authorized by the Central Bank.

Cultural goods

Certain goods as determined by the Department of Industry and Trade;

Leather hides, rawhides wet and blue

Rubber lumps

Rubber in all forms harvested from local forest system

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General Export Restrictions

You are prohibited from tendering the following items for shipment to any international destinations unless otherwise indicated, and you agree not to do so. (Additional restrictions may apply depending on destination. Various regulatory clearances in addition to customs clearance may be required for certain commodities, thereby extending the transit time.)

  1. APO/FPO addresses.
  2. C.O.D. shipments.
  3. Human corpses, human organs or body parts, human and animal embryos, or cremated or disinterred human remains.
  4. Explosives (Class 1.4 explosives are acceptable for carriage to Canada, Germany, France, Japan, United Arab Emirates and United Kingdom. Note: United Arab Emirates only allows Class 1.4 explosives to be shipped hold-for-pickup to the FedEx Express facility in Dubai).
  5. Items resembling a bomb, hand grenade or other explosive device, except as provided in the Dangerous Goods section. This includes, but is not limited to, inert products such as novelty items, training aids and works of art.
  6. Firearms, weaponry and their parts (acceptable between the U.S. and Puerto Rico).
  7. Perishable foodstuffs and foods and beverages requiring refrigeration or other environmental control. An exception is available by contract only. Contact your FedEx account executive for information.
  8. Live animals including insects, except as provided in the Live Animals section in the FedEx Service Guide. (Call the FedEx Live Animal Desk at 1.800.405.9052).
  9. Plants and plant material, including cut flowers (cut flowers are acceptable from the U.S. to selected points in Canada and from Colombia, Ecuador and the Netherlands to the U.S.).
  10. Lottery tickets and gambling devices where prohibited by law.
  11. Money (coins, cash, currency, paper money and negotiable instruments equivalent to cash such as endorsed stocks, bonds and cash letters).
  12. Pornographic and/or obscene material.
  13. Shipments being processed under:
    1. Duty drawbacks claims unless advance arrangements are made.
    2. Temporary Import Bonds – acceptable under the FedEx International Broker Select option, for initial import only.
    3. U.S. State Department licenses
    4. Carnets
    5. U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration export permit.
    6. Letters of Credit. Shipments subject to Letters of Credit are generally prohibited, with the exception of shipments subject to Letters of Credit calling for a “courier receipt”, as defined by Article 25 of UCP 600, shipped using the FedEx Expanded Service International Air Waybill.
    7. Certificate of Registration shipments (CF4455).

  14. Hazardous waste, including, but not limited to, used hypodermic needles or syringes transported for sterilization, recycling, disposal or for any other purpose, or other medical waste.
  15. Shipments that may cause damage to, or delay of, equipment, personnel or other shipments.
  16. Shipments that require us to obtain any special licenses or permit for transportation, importation or exportation.
  17. Shipments or commodities whose carriage, importation or exportation is prohibited by any law, statute or regulation.
  18. Counterfeit goods, including, but not limited to, goods under a trademark, without the approval or oversight of the registered trademark owner (also commonly referred to as "fake goods" or "knock-offs").
  19. Marijuana, as defined by U.S. federal law, 21 U.S.C. 802(16), including marijuana intended for recreational or medicinal use, and synthetic cannabinoids.
  20. Shipments with a declared value for customs in excess of that permitted for a specific destination. (See the Declared Value for Carriage and Limits of Liability section in the FedEx Service Guide).
  21. Dangerous goods except as permitted under the Dangerous Goods section of these terms and conditions.
  22. Processed or unprocessed dead animals, including insects and pets. Taxidermy-finished hunting trophies or completely processed (dried) specimens of whole animals or parts of animals are acceptable for shipment into the U.S.
  23. Packages that are wet, leaking or emit an odor of any kind.
  24. Wildlife products that require U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service export clearance by FedEx prior to exportation from the U.S.
  25. In-bond shipments destined to or being withdrawn from a Foreign Trade Zone or bonded warehouse, unless the FedEx International Broker Select option is selected for U.S. import shipments, or the FedEx International Controlled Export service option is selected for U.S. export shipments.

Notwithstanding any other provision of the FedEx Service Guide, we are not liable for delay of, loss of damage to a shipment of any prohibited item. The shipper agrees to indemnity FedEx for any and all costs, fees and expenses FedEx incurs as a result of the shipper's violation of any local, state or federal laws or regulations or from tendering any prohibited item for shipment.

You may be able to ship these items via FedEx International Controlled Export, FedEx International Premium, FedEx International Express Freight (IXF) or FedEx International Airport-to-Airport (ATA). For information on FedEx International Controlled Export, call International Customer Service at 1.800.GoFedEx 1.800.463.3339 (say "international services"). For information on the other services listed call FedEx Express Freight Customer Service at 1.800.332.0807.

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Indonesia Restrictions

  • Anti-muslim material
  • Communistic products/materials
  • Knives (limited to cutlery only)
  • Liquids (any commodity in liquid form)
  • Precious metals, stones
  • Mineral products
  • Tobacco
  • Dangerous Goods as defined by the International Air Transportation Association (IATA)
  • Checks in all forms (blank stock, travelers cheques, payroll, cashier)
  • Products displaying Chinese characters

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Regulatory Contact Information

Branch or Agency Name Areas of Responsibility

Indonesia Government Insitutions

  • link to government agencies on the web for Indonesia

Department of Finance (Departemen Keuangan)

  • tax policy and collection

Directorate of Customs and Excise (Ditjen Bea dan Cukai)

  • primary agency responsible for collection of duty and taxes
  • administers import and export regulations for all agencies

Department of Industry and Trade (Departemen Perinustrian dan Perdagangan)

  • Promotes and works with local industry to grow trade
  • oversight and control via regulations over industry

Department of Agriculture (Departemen Pertanian)

  • promotes and regulates imports and exports of agricultural product
  • protects local industry regulates agriculture trade policy
  • herbicide, pesticide and fungicide controls

Department of Forestry (Departemen Kehutanan)

  • promotes and regulates products derived from forestry industry

Department of Foreign Affairs (Departemen Luar Negeri)

  • works to promote and facilitate Indonesian export and import trade- protects local trade and industry
Department of Maritime and Fisheries Affairs (Departemen Kelautan Dan Perikanan)
  • regulates natural resources obtained from the ocean
  • regulates fishing industry
  • protects environment

Department of Health (Departemen Kesehatan)

  • promotes and protects the health and welfare of Indonesians
  • issues regulations and controls related to all food, drugs and related products intended for human consumption

Director General of Medicines and Food

  • egulates the import and export of food, medicine, drugs and related health and beauty products
  • issues regulations and provides oversight for these industries

Indonesian National Police (Keploisian Republik Indonesia)

  • esponsible for the enforcement of the laws of the Republik Indonesia
  • controls imports and exports of dual use and military goods

Indonesia Central Bank (Bank Indonesia)

  • Defines policy for industry, promotes development of nuclear industry

 

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