In the notification Indonesia indicated, among other things, as follows:
“POINT OF CONTACT FOR THE INVESTIGATION
The contact information of the Investigating Authority for correspondence is:
THE INDONESIAN SAFEGUARDS COMMITTEE
(Komite Pengamanan Perdagangan Indonesia/KPPI)
Jl. M.I. Ridwan Rais No.5, Building I, 5th floor, Jakarta 10110
Telephone / Facsimile: (62-21) 385 7758
E-mail: [email protected]
DEADLINES AND PROCEDURES TO PRESENT EVIDENCE AND VIEWS BY INTERESTED PARTIES
(i) Those having substantial interest and wishing to be considered as interested parties in this investigation should submit written request within a period of 15 days in Indonesia from the date of initiation to the Investigating Authority. All submissions and request made by interested parties must be sent both in written letter and in electronic format, and must indicate the name, address, e-mail address, telephone and fax number of the interested parties.
(ii) In Accordance with article 3.1 WTO Agreement on Safeguard, the Government of the Republic of Indonesia will conduct a hearing in order to provide opportunities for those Members who having a substantial interest to present their evidence and views, Hearing is scheduled to be held on Monday, 20 July 2020 at 10.00-12.00 am via face-to-face meeting or video conference. All interested parties, who wish to participate in the hearing and present their evidences and views, should submit related documents to the Investigating Authority not later than 16 July 2020. Registration on the day of the hearing on 20 July 2020 will start at 09.00 am and only authorized representatives will have access to the hearing.”
Further information is available in G/SG/N/6/IDN/35.
What is a safeguard investigation?
A safeguard investigation seeks to determine whether increased imports of a product are causing, or is threatening to cause, serious injury to a domestic industry.
During a safeguard investigation, importers, exporters and other interested parties may present evidence and views and respond to the presentations of other parties.
A WTO member may take a safeguard action (i.e. restrict imports of a product temporarily) only if the increased imports of the product are found to be causing, or threatening to cause, serious injury.