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On 9 July 2015, the Indonesian Ministry of Trade enacted regulation 132/PMK.010/2015 raising import duties for a vast number of consumer goods ranging from coffe and tea, over alcohol to vehicles.
Particularly for alcoholic beverages, tariff rates of 90% on fermented beverages and of 150% on hard liquors and spirits were introduced, thus replacing fixed tariffs of 55'000 IDR and 125'000 IDR per litre (cf. Related Measures).
The tariff increases apply to imports from all countries apart from those which have signed an FTA with Indonesia; i.e. ASEAN countries, Australia, China India, Japan, Korea, Pakistan and New Zealand.
The regulation came into force two weeks after its enactment, i.e. on 23 July 2015.
The appendix of the regulation contains all tariff lines with raised tariffs.
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