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Ministry of Trade: All Marketplaces Must Abide By Permendag 31

Translator

Antara

Editor

Nabiha Zain

13 June 2024 14:34 WIB

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Deputy Minister of Trade (Wamendag) Jerry Sambuaga emphasized that any shopping application or marketplace must comply with the provisions of the Minister of Trade Regulation (Permendag) Number 31 of 2023 concerning electronic trading systems.

This was conveyed by Jerry in relation to the concerns of Minister of Cooperatives and SMEs Teten Masduki, who said the Temu application would soon enter Indonesia and its impact was more dangerous than TikTok Shop.

"Anyway, as long as there is an application or whatever form it takes, when it does not comply (with Permendag 31/2023), does not follow the regulations of the Ministry of Trade in terms of commercial, in terms of selling, transactions, and so on, it is not allowed," Jerry said in Jakarta, Thursday.

Jerry said that the Government has taken firm action against marketplaces that do not follow regulations. This has been proven by the closure of TikTok Shop, which does not have an electronic trading license.

According to Jerry, the same thing will also be applied by the Ministry of Trade if there are applications that violate the rules.

"We have practiced it, we immediately stopped the activity because it is not allowed. But when he already has a license and he applies in a way that is in accordance with the procedure, then it doesn't matter," he said.

However, Jerry said he had not heard about Temu's application in Indonesia. He advised that if Temu wants to open an electronic store, it must follow Permendag 31/2023.

It is known that the Minister of Cooperatives and SMEs (Menkop UKM) Teten Masduki expressed concern about the entry of a new local market application that can connect directly between factories in China directly to Indonesian consumers.

"This is what I am worried about, there is one more cross-border digital application that I think will enter us, and it is more powerful than TikTok, because it connects factories directly to consumers," said Teten in Jakarta, Monday, June 10.

Teten said the application called Temu originated from China and has entered 58 countries.

According to him, the application is connected to 80 factories in China and its products can be directly received by all consumers in the world.

In addition, Temu is considered more dangerous than TikTok Shop because the application does not have resellers and affiliates.

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