The new Commodity Balance (NK) system was the topic when Deputy for Commerce and Industry at the Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs Ali Murtopo hosted an in-person courtesy meeting with AmCham Indonesia on March 2 at his office.
Representing many different sectors, some of AmCham's biggest company members shared their insights and concerns on the NK system, especially how its implementation could be improved in the near future. Companies highlighted different complexities from each of the sectors, but noted that the process to obtain import permits (PI) should have been expedited to prevent any disruptions. In response, the Deputy was quite eager to provide constructive advice and assistance.
The lively discussion came to the conclusion that the government and the private sector should continuously collaborate to support government policy reforms. AmCham looks forward to having many more engagements with the Ministry.
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