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Indonesia: The Ministry of Finance is planning to increase the excise duty on e-cigarettes, press reports. No formal regulation has been announced yet. E-cigarettes
Indonesia: Deputy minister of health Dante Saksono said that the ministry will issue specific regulations for e-cigarettes, although no concrete date has been
Indonesia: Firman Soebagyo, one of 85 Golkar party members in the 575-seat House of Representatives, where they are supportive of president Joko Widodo, has
Indonesia: Vice president Ma'ruf Amin said today that the effects of e-cigarettes would be reviewed and, if proven to be harmful to public
Indonesia: The Directorate General of Customs and Excise has revealed how much revenue was collected from e-cigarette and heated tobacco excise duty in 2022, press reports.
Indonesia: A new excise duty of IDR532 ($0.034) per ml of e-liquid in open-system e-cigarettes now applies, as of 1st January, while closed-system e-cigarettes are
Indonesia: On 23rd December 2022, president Joko Widodo issued the list of planned governmental regulations for 2023. Among the proposed regulations, the
Indonesia: Abdul Muhaimin Iskandar, chairman of the National Awakening Party, has called on the government to reconsider its plan to increase tax on e-cigarettes by
Indonesia: The metropolitan police authority in the capital, Jakarta, has asked the Food and Drug Supervisory Agency (BPOM) to oversee the circulation of e-liquids in
Indonesia: The government has decided to increase the excise duties for tobacco and vaping products for the next year, press reports. The
Indonesia: Government officials and stakeholders met yesterday to discuss revising the tobacco framework, Government Regulation 109 of 2012, with a view to regulating
Indonesia: The deputy minister of health said on 31st May, in the context of World No Tobacco Day: “E-cigarette smoking is as