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3rd August 2023
Indonesia: The Ministry of Finance is planning to increase the excise duty on e-cigarettes, press reports – a move that could also affect heated tobacco products (HTPs), which are classed as a type of e-cigarette for tax purposes. No formal regulation has been announced yet. HTPs are currently taxed at IDR2,886 (€0.20) per g of tobacco.
9th June 2023
26th January 2023
26th January 2023
23rd January 2023
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. A total of IDR1.02tn ($68m) included IDR627.11bn ($42m) from open-system e-cigarettes, IDR119.47bn ($8m) from closed-system e-cigarettes, and IDR271.93bn ($18m) from heated tobacco products. The total revenue collected from tobacco and related products was IDR218.62tn ($14.57bn), of which e-cigs and heated tobacco accounted for just 0.4%.
10th January 2023
Indonesia: A new excise duty on heated tobacco products now applies, as of 1st January, at IDR2,886 ($0.19) per g of tobacco.
9th January 2023
19th December 2022
4th November 2022
28th July 2022
Indonesia: Government officials and stakeholders met yesterday to discuss revising the tobacco framework, Government Regulation 109 of 2012, press reports. Deputy health minister of Health Dante Saksono said several ministries were working on it, although a formal initiative sent by the Ministry of Health to the president was rejected in January. The revision seeks to tighten tobacco advertising and to increase the size of pictorial health warnings on packaging.
3rd June 2022
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