Indonesian Chambers and Ministry of Trade Cooperates to have Companies’ Data Integration in Trade Sector

Indonesian Chambers and Ministry of Trade Cooperates to have Companies’ Data Integration in Trade Sector

InfoSAWIT, JAKARTA – Ministry of Trade and Indonesian Chambers, agreed to cooperate about the Companies’ Data Integration in online Trade Sector. The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed by General Secretary of Ministry of Trade, KaryantoSuprih and Chairman of Indonesian Chambers, Rosan Perkasa Roeslani and witnessed by Secretary of Trade, Enggartiasto Lukita, Thursday, (7/12/2017).

"The MoU would be the base of the cooperation between both sides to increase the business for the businessmen, stakeholders in Indonesia,” Enggartiasto said in the official statement to InfoSAWIT.

The cooperation would cover the procurement and advantage the data of the companies in trade sector, namely, the data ofSurat Izin Usaha Perdagangan (SIUP) and Tanda Daftar Perusahaan (TDP) of the businessmen. For years, Ministry of Trade manages the data in online system. Through the cooperation, the companies having SIUP and TDP in onlinesystem,would automatically get the membership card that Indonesian Chambers publishes. It is free of charge.

“The agreement is the strategic way that the Ministry runs after in the end of February 2017, the government regulated to vanish the re-registration of SIUP and the simplification of TDP procedure,” he said.

He also mentioned, the cooperation would give lots of advantage for the businessmen and the government. The database of members of Indonesia Chambers would automatically be the data base in Ministry of Trade. The data would make the government and the Indonesian Chambers easy to formulate and socialize the policies in trade.

Chairman of Indonesian Chambers, Rosan P. Roeslani, said, the cooperation about the data of the companies in the trade sector would make it easy and simplify the process of businessmen in Indonesia to be the member. “It has been for a while to get the opportunity and today is the history for Indonesian Chambers,” he said.

He also mentioned, the technical issue in MoU would be regulated more in the agreement of cooperation based on the needs and agreement in detail. By signing the MoU, he hoped, the members of Indonesian Chambers would be more and in the organization, it would be stronger and more powerful.

Until now, Indonesian Chambers has been in 34 provinces and in more than 500 districts and cities in Indonesia. Meanwhile the Daily Coordinators to supports the works of Indonesian Chambers in the regional and international level have been 36 Foreign Bilateral Committee. The cooperation runs for about 3 years and could be prolonged or ended based on the agreement.(T2)

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