ANNOUNCEMENT 30 Mar 2011In March 2011, the government of Indonesia announced a general change in export conditions.
NUMBER OF INTERVENTIONS
Regulation 63/PMK.04/2011 (in English):
Amendment 95/PMK.04/2011 (in Bahasa Indonesia):
Official document of regulation 124/PMK.04/2007 (in Bahasa Indonesia):
On 30 March 2011, the Indonesian Ministry of Finance issued regulation 63/PMK.04/2011 concerning customs registration.
Compared to the previous regulation 124/PMK.04/2007 where only importers were required to obtain Customs ID Numbers (NIK), the new regulation stipulates this obligation also for exporters, transporters and customs brokers (art. 11 of regulation 63/PMK.04/2011).
Similar to the previous restrictions for importers (art. 11 of regulation 124/PMK.04/2007 ), the Customs ID Numbers are not needed in the case of:
Also, the following goods are freed from the given obligation:
The regulation came into force 90 days after it has been promulgated, i.e. on 1 July 2011. However, on 27 June 2011, the Ministry issued amendment 95/PMK.04/2011 postponing the obligation for the registration to 1 January 2012.
This regulation was revoked when regulation 59/PMK.04/2014 came into force on 1 June 2014 (cf. Related Measures) and is therefore no longer implemented.