Indonesia’s government aims to pass a law this year outlining offset and industrial cooperation requirements for foreign defense companies selling equipment to Indonesia. The country’s secretary general of defense, Air Marshal Eris Herryanto, says defense ministry policy already requires that foreign companies provide offsets. However, “we will put it into a bill.” He says the legislation is due to pass parliament this year. Eris is the third most senior official in Indonesia’s ...
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