Overview of the different labeling and marking requirements, including any restrictive advertising or labeling practices and where to get more information.
All imported consumer goods must identify the importing agents. Previously the GOI requires that information on product labels be distinctly and clearly written or printed or shown so that it can be seen easily and understood. On September 2015, the Indonesian Ministry of Trade issued new regulation (Ministry of Trade Regulation No. 73/M-DAG/PER/9/2015) revoking previous labelling regulation and introducing less strict labelling requirements for certain imported goods. The label in Bahasa Indonesia is now can be stamped on the product or inserted in package.
On October 2019, the Indonesian Ministry of Trade issued regulation 79/2019 which amended regulation No. 73/2015 by including a list of goods and the required labelling, including for electronics, building materials, automotive spare parts, textiles and textile products.