The law’s text, which is not yet final, will affect several Indonesian sectors, including wood, palm oil and rubber.
“Of course there are questions being raised by the Indonesian side, so we’re going to explain how it will work and reassure the Indonesian side that it’s an environmental measure and not a measure to hinder access to the EU market,” Dombrovskis said.
Trade in goods between the EU and Indonesia amounted to $24.7 billion last year.
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