THE ANALYSIS ON IMPLEMENTATION OF ASEAN HARMONIZATION STANDARDS AND CONFORMANCE MEASURES IN INDONESIA

Devi Oktiani (2016) The Analysis On Implementation Of Asean Harmonization Standards And Conformance Measures In Indonesia

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ABSTRACT

The main objective of harmonization of standards and conformance measures is to remove trade barrier within ASEAN economic community (AEC) member countries. T h e main objective of this paper is to describes about harmonization standards in AEC and analyze how the preparedness of Indonesia on implementing this policy. By analyzing of eight key sectors, this paper concludes and finds that there are some improvement necessary related to lab oratory testing and certification institution. The issues related to duplicative certification procedures and standard gap between countries sho uld be overcome.

K e y w ord s : Standard , Trade Barrier, ASEAN Economic Community (AEC), Standard, Indonesia.

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