Indonesia Eases Import Restrictions After US Complains

Law360, New York (April 24, 2013, 4:50 PM EDT) -- Indonesia said Wednesday it would ease import restrictions on some types of plant products, a move that came a little over a month after the U.S. told the World Trade Organization that the country's regulations were discriminating against foreign goods.

Indonesia's Ministry of Trade said it would reduce the number of products subject to the disputed measures, which currently require shippers to seek licenses and permits from the government to import a wide range of fruits, vegetables and flowers.

The agency also said it would cease...
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