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Both members allege that the measures imposed by Indonesia restrict their exports and appear to be inconsistent with several articles of GATT 1994, the Agriculture Agreement, the Import Licensing Agreement and the Agreement on Pre-shipment Inspection.

They refer to the application of discretionary or non-automatic import licences and quotas, import restrictions, pre-shipment inspections that cause delays and are applied on a discriminatory basis, and less favourable treatment of imported products than of “like” domestic products.

Further information will be available within the next few days in documents WT/DS465/1 and WT/DS466/1


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