Key Stakeholders

The EU Delegation (EUD) to Indonesia and Brunei Darussalam is responsible for the management of ARISE+ Indonesia. Its implementation is overseen jointly with the Government of Indonesia through a Programme Steering Committee (PSC), which is co-chaired by the EU Delegation and the Ministry of National Development Planning (BAPPENAS). The other members of the PSC are the Ministry of Finance, representatives from the appointed coordinators and implementing agencies (BAPPENAS, Ministry of Trade, Ministry of Law and Human Rights), and the Coordinating Ministry of Economic Affairs. Implementation is supported by a technical assistance team (TAT) managed by a consortium led by Cardno Emerging Markets, Belgium S.A.

Key Stakeholders

PN Laksmi Kusumawati

Director of Trade, Investment and International Economic Cooperation

Programme Director and Coordinator for National Development Planning Process and Cross-cutting Issues

Ari Satria

Secretary of Directorate General of International Trade Negotiations

Coordinator FTA/CEPA Component

Marthin

Director Facilitation of Export & Import, Directorate General of Foreign Trade, Ministry of Trade

Coordinator for Trade facilitation for WTO-TFA Implementation

Natan Kambuno

Director of Trade Defence, Directorate General of Foreign Trade, Ministry of Trade

Coordinator for Trade Remedies

Dyah Palupi

Director of Standardization and Quality Control, Directorate General of Consumer Protection and Trade Compliance, Ministry of Trade

Coordinator for Export Quality Infrastructure

Daulat Silitonga

Director of Cooperation and Intellectual Property Empowerment, Ministry of Law and Human Rights

Coordinator for Geographical Indications

EXECUTING AGENCY

Key Role
Coordination with the Technical Assistance Team and the European Union in planning, implementation and reporting.

Executing Agency Coordinator

  • PROGRAMME DIRECTOR - BAPPENAS
    Director for Trade, Investment and International Economic Cooperation

IMPLEMENTING AGENCIES

Key Role
Guidance on implementation of specific components, inter-agency coordination and monitoring

Technical Advisory Body Coordinators for Programme Components

  • National development planning process and cross-cutting issues 
    Director of Trade, Investment and International Economic Cooperation
  • FTA/CEPA
    Secretary to the Directorate General of International Negotiations, Ministry of Trade
  • Trade facilitation for WTO-TFA implementation
    Director Facilitation of Export & Import, Directorate General of Foreign Trade, Ministry of Trade
  • Trade Remedies
    Director of Trade Defence, Directorate General of Foreign Trade, Ministry of Trade
  • Export Quality Infrastructure
    Director of Standardization and Quality Control, Directorate General of Consumer Protection and Trade Compliance, Ministry of Trade
  • Geographical Indications
    Director of Cooperation and Intellectual Property Empowerment, Ministry of Law and Human Rights

Other stakeholders include:

  • Directorate General of International Trade Negotiations (DGITN)
  • Ministry of Industry
  • Ministry of Agriculture
  • Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries
  • Ministry of Tourism
  • Indonesian Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM)
  • Committee on Indonesian Trade Safeguarding (KPPI)
  • Indonesian Committee on Anti-Dumping (KADI)
  • Trade Policy Analysis and Development Agency (TREDA)
  • Customs Office
  • National Agency for Foods and Drugs Control (BPOM)
  • Ministry of Transportation
  • Badan Standardisasi Nasional (BSN) or National Standardisation Agency
  • Komite Akreditasi Nasional (KAN) or National Accreditation Body
  • Lembaga Penilaian Kesesuaian (LPK) or Conformity Assessment Body (CAB)
  • Puslit Metrologi or Indonesian National Metrology Institute (NMI)
  • Conformity Assessment Bodies (CABs)
  • Ministry of Home Affairs
  • Ministry of Environment and Forestry
  • GIs related associations

Institutions in specific areas/components:

  • Local governments and local sectoral offices
  • Civil society such as academic research institutes
  • Producer organisations, farmers and cooperatives associations
  • Private sector representatives and chambers of industry
  • Commerce and business associations
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The EU Delegation (EUD) to Indonesia and Brunei Darussalam is responsible for the management of ARISE+ Indonesia. Its implementation is overseen jointly with the Government of Indonesia through a Programme Steering Committee (PSC), which is co-chaired by the EU Delegation and the Ministry of National Development Planning (BAPPENAS). The other members of the PSC are the Ministry of Finance, representatives from the appointed coordinators and implementing agencies (BAPPENAS, Ministry of Trade, Ministry of Law and Human Rights), and the Coordinating Ministry of Economic Affairs.  Implementation is supported by two  technical assistance teams (TA Team I and TA Team II) managed by  two consortia which are both led by Emerging Markets International S.A. (EMI).

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