PENERAPAN PRINSIP NON DISKRIMINASI KAITANNYA DENGAN KETENTUAN TINGKAT KANDUNGAN DALAM NEGERI DI INDONESIA

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Title PENERAPAN PRINSIP NON DISKRIMINASI KAITANNYA DENGAN KETENTUAN TINGKAT KANDUNGAN DALAM NEGERI DI INDONESIA
 
Creator Brazzy Upoyo, Violla
Ariananto Waluyo Adi, Emmanuel
 
Description Countries that are members of the GATT General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), including Indonesia, have agreed to apply the principle of non-discrimination in the activities of buying and selling goods between countries. Today's modern products are owned by everyone, namely mobile phones or computers. The product is an attraction to improve the economy of a country. Indonesia, which has ratified the GATT agreement contained in Law Number 7 of 1994 concerning Ratification of the Agreement Establishing the World Trade Organization also has regulations in Law Number 25 of 2017 concerning Investment which regulates the level of domestic content for business actors from abroad who will invest in the sector of selling mobile phone and computer products so that it contradicts the agreed principle of non-discrimination. This paper uses a normative approach with analytical techniques using hermeneutic analysis and interpretation methods. The author finds that there are no laws and regulations governing the exception to the principle of non-discrimination.
Keywords: Non-Discrimination, TKDN, Product
Countries that are members of the GATT General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), including Indonesia, have agreed to apply the principle of non-discrimination in the activities of buying and selling goods between countries. Today's modern products are owned by everyone, namely mobile phones or computers. The product is an attraction to improve the economy of a country. Indonesia, which has ratified the GATT agreement contained in Law Number 7 of 1994 concerning Ratification of the Agreement Establishing the World Trade Organization also has regulations in Law Number 25 of 2017 concerning Investment which regulates the level of domestic content for business actors from abroad who will invest in the sector of selling mobile phone and computer products so that it contradicts the agreed principle of non-discrimination. This paper uses a normative approach with analytical techniques using hermeneutic analysis and interpretation methods. The author finds that there are no laws and regulations governing the exception to the principle of non-discrimination.
 
Publisher LPPM Universitas Ekasakti Padang
 
Date 2021-09-01
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://review-unes.com/index.php/law/article/view/199
10.31933/unesrev.v4i1.199
 
Source UNES Law Review; Vol 4 No 1 (2021): UNES LAW REVIEW (September 2021); 1-15
2622-7045
2654-3605
10.31933/unesrev.v4i1
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://review-unes.com/index.php/law/article/view/199/122
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2021 Violla Brazzy Upoyo, Emmanuel Ariananto Waluyo Adi
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0
 

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