Act No. 3 2014

Original Language Title: Undang-Undang Nomor 3 Tahun 2014

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Back COUNTRY SHEET Republic of INDONESIA No. 4, 2014. Development. Of industry. Planning. Providence. Repeal. (Additional explanation in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5492)

Law of the Republic of INDONESIA number 3 2014 ABOUT INDUSTRY with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the PRESIDENT of the Republic of INDONESIA, Considering: a. that to realize a fair and prosperous masya-rakat the independent, sovereign and United, based on Pancasila and the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945 carried out national ngunan ¬ pemba based upon economic democracy;
b. that the national economic development is carried out in order to create a solid economic structure through the development of advanced industrial economies as its driving force, supported by the strength and ability of the formidable resources;
c. that the industrial development of Advanced Industrial structure strengthening realized through an independent, healthy, and empowered, with the ability to leverage existing resources optimally and efficiently, as well as encouraging perkem ¬ bangan industry to all regions of Indonesia by keeping balance economic progress and national unity based on a populist, justice, and sublime cultural values of the nation by giving priority to the national interest;
d. that Act No. 5 of 1984 on Industry has not been in accordance with the change in the paradigm of industrial development so that needs to be replaced with new legislation;
e. that based on considerations as ¬ where referred to in letter a, letter b, letter c, letter d and need to establish laws on the Industry;
Remember: 1. Article 5 paragraph (1), article 20, and article 33 of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945;
2. The Ordinance of the people's Consultative Assembly of the Republic of Indonesia Number XVI/MPR/1998 on the political Economy in the framework of economic democracy;
Together with the approval of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA and the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA DECIDES: setting: law on INDUSTRIAL.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this law are: 1. is the Industrial order and all to-giatan that associated with industrial activity.
2. Industry are all forms of economic activity the processing of raw materials and/or make use of the resources of the industry so as to produce goods that have a value or higher benefits, including services industries.
3. The Green Industry is an industry that is in the process of production mengutama ¬ kan efforts efficiency and effectiveness of the use of resources in a sustainable way so that it is capable of providing ¬ laraskan industrial development with environmental preservation function and can provide benefits to the community.
4. Strategic industry is an important industry for the country and that ruled his life much, increase or produce value-added strategic natural resources, or related to defense and security interests of countries in the framework of the fulfilment of the task of the State Government.
5. Raw materials are raw materials, intermediate goods, or goods which can be processed into semi-finished goods or finished goods which have higher economic value.
6. Services Industry business is services related to industrial activity.
7. Every person is the person or corporation the abominable ¬ perse.
8. The Corporation is a group of people and/or wealth are well organized, well is a legal entity or is not a legal entity.
9. Industrial company is any person who engages in the business industry that berke ¬ holder in Indonesia.
10. The Company is a company that lobbies for the development and management of industrial region.
11. Industrial area is the place of concentration of industrial activity which is equipped with facilities and infrastructure supporting the "¬ is developing and managing the company's industrial area.
12. Industrial Technology is the result of development, improvement, invention, and innovation in the form of process technology and technology products including architecture and an engineering, methods, and/or systems applied in industry events.
13. Industry Data is the fact who recorded or recorded in the form of numbers, letters, pictures, maps, and/or the like that show the true state of his particular time ¬, is free value, and not yet processed by the Company's activities related to the industry.
14. Data on the industrial area is the fact that recorded or recorded in the form of numbers, letters, pictures, maps, and/or the like which shows the actual state of affairs for a specified time, is free value, and has not yet been processed by the company's activities related to industrial areas.
15. The information Industry is a result of land use Data ¬ pengo industries and industrial zones to the Data in the form of tables, graphs, conclusion, or narrative analysis of the meaning or significance of the particular benefit to its users.
16. The national industrial information system is a mechanical procedure and order me an integrated work ¬ include elements of institutional, human resources, databases, hardware and software, as well as data communication networks that are related to each other for the purpose of delivery, penge ¬ ¬ lo laan, presentation, service as well as the dissemination of data and/or information industries.
17. Indonesia's next national standard abbreviated SNI is a standard set by the institution that conducts development and coaching in the field of standardization.
18. Standardization is the process of meru ¬ ¬ mus kan, assign, implement, meme lihara ¬, enforce, and monitor the industry standard dilaksana ¬ kan in an orderly and work closely with all stakeholders.
19. The Central Government's next Government but is named ¬ President Republic of Indonesia which meme ¬ gang power of Government of the Republic of Indonesia as stipulated in the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945.
20. Local Government is the Governor, Governor, or mayor, and other areas as the organizer of local governance.
21. The Minister is Minister calling reconciliation Government Affairs ¬ fields of industry.
Article 2 Basic Industry held based on: a. the national interest;
b. economic democracy;
c. the assurance sought;
d. equitable distribution;
e. the healthy business competition; and f.  the interconnectedness of the industry.
Article 3 of industry was held with the purpose of: a. realizing the national industry as a pillar and driving force of the national economy;
b. manifest the depth and strength of the Industrial structure;
c. realize an independent Industry, competitive power, and advanced, as well as a Green Industry;
d. realize the certainty of trying, healthy competition, as well as preventing the centralization or Industrial mastery by one individual or group to the detriment of the community;
e. opening the opportunity of trying and the expansion of employment opportunities;
f. embody equitable industrial development to the entire territory of Indonesia in order to strengthen national resilience and consolidated; and g.  increasing prosperity and the welfare of society as a justice.
Article 4 Scope settings in this law include the following: a. the conduct of the Affairs of Government in the field of industry;
b. the National Industrial Development master plan;
c. the National Industrial Policy;
d. perwilayahan Industry;
e. Construction Industry resources;
f. construction of Industry facilities and infrastructure;
g. Industrial empowerment;
h. security measures and rescue Industry;
i. licensing, industry, capital investment and facilities;
j. National Industrial Committee;
k. community participation; and l.  monitoring and control.
CHAPTER II ORGANIZATION of GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS in the FIELD of INDUSTRY of article 5 (1) the President is authorized to organize the Affairs of the Government in the field of industry.
(2) the powers referred to in subsection (1) is exercised by the Minister.
(3) in the framework of the implementation of an authority as referred to in paragraph (2) the Minister do the setting, coaching, and development of industry.
Article 6 (1) Authorizes the arrangements referred to in article 5 paragraph (3) which is technically for certain industrial fields undertaken by the Minister related to coordinating with the Minister.
(2) Provisions on the authority setting that is technically for a particular industry as referred to in subsection (1) is set by government regulations.
Article 7 (1) of the Government, the local government pro ¬ ¬ vin si, and local government districts/cities simultaneously or in accordance with the respective authorities of organizing the Affairs of Government in Industrial fields as set forth in this Act.
(2) the provisions concerning the conduct of the Affairs of government authority in the field of industry as referred to in subsection (1) is governed by or based on government regulations.
CHAPTER III NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT MASTER PLAN article 8 (1) to realize the goal of industry as dimak ¬ sud in Chapter 3, composed of the National Industrial Development master plan.
(2) the National Industrial Development master plan in line with the Long-term National development plans.
(3) the National Industrial Development master plan is a guideline for Governments and industry peers in the planning and development of the industry.
(4) the National Industrial Development master plan was drawn up for a period of 20 (twenty) years and can be reviewed every 5 (five) years.
Article 9 (1) National Industrial Development master plan was drawn up with the least amount of pay attention to: a. the potential resources of the industry;

b. cultural industries and local wisdom growing in the community;
c. socio-economic and development potential of the regions;
d. development of industry and business, both national and international;
e. environmental development stra ¬ tegis, both national and international; and f.  National Spatial Plan Area, Spatial Plan area of the province, and/or Spatial Plan area of Kabupaten/Kota.
(2) the National Industrial Development master plan at least include the following: a. the vision, mission, and strategy of industrial development;
b. objectives and the stages of the product development Industry;
c. wake up national industries;
d. development of industrial resources;
e. construction and infrastructure Industry;
f. empowering the industry; and g.  perwilayahan industry.
(3) the National Industrial Development master plan drawn up by the Minister coordinating with relevant agencies and consider the input of the stakeholders concerned.
(4) the National Industrial Development master plan is implemented through the National Industrial Policy.
(5) National Industrial Development master plan set by government regulations.
Article 10 (1) every Governor drafting plans for industrial development of the province.
(2) the provincial Industry Development Plan refer to national Industrial Development master plan and national Industrial Policy.
(3) the provincial Industrial development plan drawn up by at least maintaining ¬ hatikan: a. Regional Industry resource potential;
b. Spatial Plan of the province and/or the plan of Spatial Districts/cities; and c.  harmony and keseim ¬ bangan with Industrial development policy in the kabupaten/kota as well as socio-economic activities and resources support neighborhood.
(4) Industrial development plan of the province established by regulation Provinces after evaluated by the Government in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
Article 11 (1) each of the bupati/walikota drafting plans for industrial development district/city.
(2) Industrial development plan Kabu-patent/cities arranged with reference to the National Industrial Development master plan and national Industrial Policy.
(3) Industrial development plan drawn up by district/city at least pay attention to: a. Regional Industry resource potential;
b. Spatial Plan area of the province and the Spatial plans of Counties/cities; and c.  harmony and keseim ¬ bangan with socio-economic activities and resources support neighborhood.
(4) a plan of industrial development district/city set with applicable local County/City after evaluated by the Governor in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
CHAPTER IV the NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL POLICY article 12 (1) is the National Industry Policy directions and actions for implementing the National Industrial Development master plan.
(2) the National Industry Policy to at least include the following: a. Industrial development goals;
b. the focus of industrial development;
c. the stages of product development Industry;
d. Industrial resource development;
e. the development of facilities and infrastructure;
f. the development of perwilayahan Industry; and g.  fiscal facilities and nonfiskal.
(3) National industrial policies drawn up for a period of 5 (five) years.
(4) National Industrial Policy in ¬ stacking by Minister coordinating with relevant agencies and consider the input of the stakeholders concerned.
(5) National Industrial Policy as referred to in subsection (1) is designated by the President.
Article 13 (1) of the National Industrial Policy as referred to in article 12 are translated into the work plan of the development of the industry.
(2) Industrial Development work plan referred to in subsection (1) are drawn up for a period of 1 (one) year.
(3) Industrial Development work plan drawn up by the Minister for coordinating with relevant agencies and consider the input of the stakeholders concerned.
(4) Industrial Development work plan established by the Minister.
Chapter V PERWILAYAHAN INDUSTRY articles 14 (1) the Government and/or local governments do dissemination and Acceleration pemera ¬ taan industrial development throughout the territory of the State of the Republic of Indonesia master ¬ Kesa through per ¬ wilayahan industry.
(2) Industrial Perwilayahan as ¬ where referred to in subsection (1) is performed with the least heed: a. spatial plan area;
b. utilization of potential resources of national territory;
c. improvement of the competitiveness of the industry based on the superiority of the resources owned by the region; and d.  increased added value throughout the value chain.
(3) Industrial Perwilayahan as referred to in paragraph (2) was carried out through: a. the development of the region's industrial growth Centre;
b. development of industrial allocation;
c. construction of the industrial park; and d.  the development of industrial centers of small and medium-sized Industries.
(4) the provisions on Industrial perwilayahan as referred to in paragraph (2) and paragraph (3) is set by government regulations.
CHAPTER VI the CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY RESOURCES Section I General Article 15 Resource Development Industry include: a. human resource development;
b. utilization of natural resources;
c. development and utilization of industrial technology;
d. development and utilization of creativity and innovation; and e.  the provision of source of financing.
The second part of the development of human resources in article 16 (1) Human Resources Development Industry done to produce competent human resources to enhance the role of human resources in Indonesia in the field of industry.
(2) Human Resources Development Industry as referred to in subsection (1) is carried out by the Government, local governments, industries, and communities.
(3) Human Resources Development Industry as referred to in paragraph (1) pay attention to dissemination and equitable availability of baran ¬ human resources industry that is competent for each region of the province and kabupaten/kota.
(4) human resources industry as ¬ where referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. an industrial entrepreneur;
b. Industrial manpower;
c. Builder Industry; and d.  Industry Consultant.
Article 17 (1) entrepreneurial Development Industry as referred to in article 16 paragraph (2) letter a is done to generate self-employment and entrepreneurial minded individuals character and competence in accordance with its business areas include: a. technical competence;
b. managerial competencies; and c.  creativity and innovation.
(2) development of entrepreneurial Industry as referred to in subsection (1) is carried out at least through the activities: a. education and training;
b. Industrial incubators; and c.  partnership.
(3) development of entrepreneurial Industry as referred to in paragraph (2) made against the prospective industrial and entrepreneurial the entrepreneurial industry has run its business activities.
(4) activities referred to in paragraph (2) was conducted by: a. a formal institution in accordance with the provisions of the legislation;
b. non-formal education institutions; or c.  research and development institutions that are accredited.
(5) further Provisions regarding the procedures for conducting the activities of the seba ¬ ¬ ¬ where gai dimak sud on paragraph (2) and paragraph (4) subject to the regulations of the Minister.
Article 18 (1) the Construction Industry as labor-which referred to in article 16 paragraph (4) letter b done to generate labor industries that have competence in the field of Industrial work in accordance with the National standard of Competence Workplace Indonesia include: a. technical competence; and b.  managerial competencies.
(2) the Construction Industry workforce seba-gaimana referred to in subsection (1) is carried out at least through the activities: a. education and training; and b.  pemagangan.
(3) the Construction Industry workforce as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) made against labor and labor candidates.
(4) activities referred to in paragraph (2) was conducted by: a. a formal institution in accordance with the provisions of the legislation;
b. non-formal education institutions;
c. research and development institution which is accredited; or d.  Industrial Companies.
Article 19 (1) Industrial labor as ¬ where referred to in article 18 paragraph (1) consists of: a. a technical personnel; and b.  managerial personnel.
(2) technical Personnel as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a least have: a. technical competence in accordance with the National standard of Competence Workplace Indonesia in industry; and b.  managerial knowledge.
(3) managerial Personnel as dimak ¬ sud on paragraph (1) letter b at least have: a. managerial competency in accordance with the National standard of Competence Workplace Indonesia in industry; and b.  technical knowledge.
Article 20 the Government and/or regional Governments to facilitate the development of industrial education and training centre in the area of Industrial growth Centre.

Article 21 (1) the Construction Industry Builder referred to in article 16 paragraph (2) Letter c is done to produce a competent Industrial Builder in order to be able to play a role in empowering the industry which includes: a. technical competence; and b.  managerial competencies.
(2) Construction Industry Builder referred to in subsection (1) is carried out through activities: a. education and training; and/or b.  pemagangan.
(3) the Construction Industry Builder se ba ¬ ¬ ¬ gai which referred to in subsection (1) done to the apparatus of Government in the Centre and in the regions.
(4) activities referred to in paragraph (2) was conducted by: a. a formal institution in accordance with the provisions of the legislation;
b. non-formal education institutions;

c. research and development institution which is accredited; or d.  Industrial Companies.
(5) the provisions of the Ordinance regarding the further spread of HIV lenggaraan ¬ ¬ ¬ gai seba activities where referred to in subsection (2) subject to the regulations of the Minister.
Article 22 the Builder Industry can partner with industry associations in conducting the coaching and development of the industry.

Article 23 (1) Industry as Consultants on ¬ ¬ mak sud in article 16 paragraph (4) the letter d is the experts acted to help, give suggestions, and providing ¬ ¬ le national problems faced by industry peers and Builder of the industry.
(2) the consultant Industry as referred to in subsection (1) at least have technical skills, administrative, and managerial Competency Standards in accordance with Indonesia's National Work in the field of industry.
(3) foreign Industry Consultants employed in Indonesia must meet the standard of competence of Indonesia national working in industry.
Article 24 (1) in certain circumstances the Minister may provide the competent Industry Consultant.
(2) the provisions regarding the provision of further consultants the industry referred to in subsection (1) is controlled by a regulation of the Minister.
Article 25 (1) the Minister compiled a Standard National Indonesia Work Competence in the field of industry.
(2) the standards of competency of Indonesia national working in industry as referred to in subsection (1) is designated by the Minister of the organizing Affairs of the Government in the field of ketenaga ¬ TODO over the proposal.
(3) the determination of the standard of competence of Indonesia national working in industry as referred to in paragraph (2) do the longest one (1) month since accepted the proposal of the Minister.
(4) if within a period of 1 (one) month is not specified, the standard National Indonesia Work Competence as referred to in paragraph (3) is declared applicable by the Minister until specified by the Minister of the organizing Affairs of the Government in the field of ketenaga ¬ TODO.
(5) For certain types of work in the field of industry, the Minister establishes the enforcement standards of competence of National Work Indonesia are mandatory.
(6) in the event that the Minister establish the enforcement standards of competence of National Work Indonesia compulsorily referred to in subsection (5), industrial companies and/or company industrial area is obliged to use the labor industry that meet the standards of competence of National Work Indonesia.
(7) industrial company and/or companies that do not use Industrial workforce of the industry referred to in paragraph (6) are administrative sanction in the form of: a. a written warning;
b. administrative fines;
c. temporary closure;
d. the freezing of business license or business permit Industry industrial area; and/or e.  revocation of industrial undertakings or business license industrial area.
(8) the provisions concerning the imposition of an administrative sanction procedures and administrative fines quantity as referred to in subsection (7) is set out in government regulations.

Article 26 to meet the workforce availability of competent, Industry Minister facilitate establishment ¬ tukan certifying the profession and place of competence.

Article 27 (1) industrial company and/or the company's industrial area mengutama ¬ right use of Industrial Labor and national industry consultant.
(2) under certain conditions of industrial Companies and/or Industrial Companies can use foreign Industry labor and/or foreign Industry Consultant.
(3) industrial company and/or companies that use Industrial Industry Labor Exchange and/or consultants foreign Industry as referred to in paragraph (2) do over the knowledge and skills to the labor industry and/or national industry consultant.
(4) further Provisions concerning industrial and labor Consulting Industry set forth in a government regulation.
Article 28 (1) foreign labor working in the field of industry must meet the standard of competence of the National Job Indonesia.
(2) foreign labor as referred to in paragraph (1) are only allowed to work in a certain period.
(3) further Provisions regarding the period of time referred to in subsection (2) is set out in government regulations.
Article 29 the Minister may undertake to ban the use of foreign labor in order to safeguard the interests of strategic national industries.

The third part is the utilization of natural resources article 30 (1) natural resources prepared and utilized in an efficient, environmentally friendly, and sustainable.
(2) the utilization of the natural resources referred to in paragraph (1) required by: a. industrial firms at this stage of the product design process design, production, stage production, optimization of the rest of the products, and waste management; and b.  The company's industrial area at the stage of design, development, and management of industrial areas, including waste management.
(3) industrial company and the company's industrial area as dimak ¬ sud on paragraph (2) drafting plans for the utilization of natural resources.
(4) preparation of plans the utilization of natural resources as dimak ¬ sud on paragraph (3) refers to the National Industrial Policy.
(5) infringement of the provisions referred to in subsection (2) are the administrative sanction in the form of: a. a written warning;
b. administrative fines;
c. temporary closure;
d. the freezing of business license or business permit Industry industrial area; and/or e.  revocation of industrial undertakings or business license industrial area.
(6) the provisions regarding was ¬ faatan natural resources as referred to in paragraph (1) of the Ordinance and the imposition of administrative penalties and administrative fines magnitudes as ¬ where referred to in paragraph (5) set forth in a government regulation.
Article 31 in order to increase the added value of natural resources, the Government encourages the development of processing industry in the country.

Article 32 (1) in order to increase the added value of the industry to a deepening and strengthening of the structure of the domestic industry, the Government can forbid or restrict the export of natural resources.
(2) the provisions on prohibition or restriction on exports of natural resources as referred to in paragraph (1) are set forth in a government regulation.
Article 33 (1) Government and local Government ensure the availability and distribution of natural resources to the domestic Industry.
(2) in order to guarantee the availability and distribution of natural resources for the domestic industry referred to in subsection (1), the Government and local governments regulate the utilization of natural resources for the benefit of domestic industry.
(3) the provisions of the guarantee on the availability and distribution of the natural resources referred to in paragraph (1) and the utilization of the natural resources referred to in subsection (2) is set out in government regulations.
Article 34 (1) certain industrial companies and Industrial Companies that exploit natural resources as energy obligatory where ¬ jemen energy in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
(2) certain industrial companies as ¬ where referred to in subsection (1) is designated by the Minister.
Article 35 (1) certain industrial companies and Industrial Companies are utilizing obligated raw water, ¬ water management right in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
(2) certain industrial companies as ¬ where referred to in subsection (1) is designated by the Minister.
The fourth part of the development and utilization of the Technology Industry of article 36 (1) the Government and the local government is responsible for the development, improvement, and optimization utilization of mastery of the technology industry.
(2) development, enhancement of mastery, and optimized utilization of industrial technology was done to improve the efficiency, productivity, value added, competitiveness, and independence.
(3) development, enhancement of mastery, and optimized utilization of industrial technology was implemented by the Minister after coordinating with related Ministers and consider input from stakeholders concerned.

Article 37 the Minister establish the electoral policy, procurement and utilization of industrial technology with attention to the aspect of self-reliance, Industry, security, resilience and the preservation of environmental functions.

Article 38 (1) the Government may do peng ¬ absence of industrial technology.
(2) Industrial Technology Procurement is done through research and development, contract research and development, joint ventures, transfer of rights through licensing, and/or the acquisition of technology.
(3) further Provisions regarding the absence of Industrial Technological ¬ peng referred to in subsection (2) subject to the regulations of the Minister.
Article 39 (1) in certain circumstances, the Government can conduct the procurement of Technology industry through project playlist locks.
(2) technology providers in the project play a key debtor to do technology transfer to domestic parties.
(3) further Provisions regarding the absence of Industrial Technological ¬ peng through the project play key as mentioned in subsection (1) are governed by regulation of the President.
(4) the technology providers in the project play a key that doesn't do technology transfer as referred to in paragraph (2) are the administrative sanction in the form of: a. a written warning;
b. administrative fines; and/or c.  temporary suspension.
(5) the provisions concerning the imposition of an administrative sanction procedures and administrative fines quantity as referred to in paragraph (4) set forth in a government regulation.
Article 40 (1) Government did guarantee risk over the utilization of the technology industry that developed in the country.
(2) the provisions regarding guarantee risk over the utilization of the Technology Industry set forth in a government regulation.
Article 41

(1) for the control of faatan ¬ Technology was industry, Government: a. set the investment line of Business Industry; and b.  audit of the technology industry.
(2) Industrial businesses Investment Arrangements as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a is implemented in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
(3) in performing the audit Industry as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b, Minister for coordinating with the Minister who organized a Government Affairs in the field of research and technology.
(4) provision of more about the audit Industry as dimak ¬ sud on paragraph (3) subject to the regulations of the Minister.
Article 42 Governments and local Governments facilitate: a. research and development cooperation in science and technology in the field of Industry between industrial companies and universities or research institutions and industrial development in the country and abroad;
b. the promotion of technology transfer from large industrial, research and development institutions, colleges, and/or other agencies to small and medium-sized Industry Industry; and/or c.  Institute for research and development in the country and/or domestic industrial companies that develop technologies in the field of industry.
The fifth part of the development and utilization of creativity and innovation of article 43 (1) Government and local government facilitate the development and utilization of the community's creativity and innovation in the construction industry.
(2) the development and utilization of creativity and innovation of the community as referred to in paragraph (1) be done by empowering the culture industry and/or to local arifan ¬ who grew up in the community.
(3) in the framework of the development and utilization of creativity and innovation of the community as referred to in paragraph (2), the Government and Regional rintah do ¬ When: a. the provision of space and areas for masya-rakat in berkreativitas and innovate;
b. development of creative industrial centers;
c. training technology and design;
d. consultation, guidance, advo ¬ kasi, and facilitating intellectual property protection especially for small industries; and e.  promotion and facilitation of pema ¬ suggestions of creative industrial products both at home and abroad.
The sixth Provision of financing Article 44 (1) the Government facilitates the availability of competitive financing for the construction industry.
(2) the financing as referred to in paragraph (1) may come from the Government, local governments, business entities, and/or individual people.
(3) Financing that originated When ¬ rintah and/or regional Government referred to in paragraph (2) may only be granted to industrial companies in the form of State-owned enterprises and enterprises of the region.
(4) the financing as referred to in paragraph (3) provided in the form of: a. the granting of loans;
b. grant; and/or c.  the inclusion of capital.
Article 45 (1) the Government may allocate pem ¬ biayaan and/or give that person the financing to the company Bough ¬ private industry.
(2) Allocating funding and/or that person granting ¬ branches as referred to in subsection (1) is conducted in the form of: a. capital investment;
b. granting loans;
c. loan interest relief;
d. discounted purchase price of the machinery and equipment; and/or e.  the help of machines and equipment.
(3) Allocation of financing and/or financing to ease the granting of private industry Companies as referred to in paragraph (2) charged to the budget of the State expenditures and revenues.
Article 46 (1) Allocated financing and/or the granting of financing to ease private industry Companies as stipulated in article 45 paragraph (2) letter a and letter b can be done in order to rescue the national economy.
(2) the determination of the conditions of the Commission in the framework of ¬ lamatan the national economy as mentioned in subsection (1) is designated by the President.
(3) Allocating funding and/or granting ease of financing as referred to in paragraph (1) be temporary and be carried out in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
Article 47 (1) Allocation of financing and/or financing to ease the granting of private industry as ¬ where referred to in article 45 paragraph (2) Letter c, letter d, and the letter e is done in order to increase the competitiveness of domestic industry and/or Construction Industry pioneers.
(2) the determination of the conditions in order to increase the competitiveness of domestic industry and/or Construction Industry pioneers as referred to in subsection (1) is designated by the Minister.
Article 48 (1) in order to finance the activities of the industry, financing institutions can be formed pem ¬ industrial building.
(2) the institution financing the pem ¬ industrial building referred to in subsection (1) serve as the investment financing institutions in the field of industry.
(3) the establishment of the institution of pembia ¬ yaan pem-bangunan Industry as referred to in subsection (1) is set by statute.
CHAPTER VII CONSTRUCTION and INFRASTRUCTURE INDUSTRY Part One General Article 49 Construction and infrastructure Industries include: a. the standardization of the Industry;
b. Industrial infrastructure; and c.  National Industrial Information System.
The second part of industrial standardization of article 50 (1) the Minister of planning, specific interventions ¬ naan, development, and monitoring the standardization industry.
(2) the standardization of the Industry were held in the form of SNI, technical specifications, guidelines and/or ordinances.
(3) STANDARD, technical specifications, guidelines and/or ordinances in force throughout the territory of the unitary State of Republic of Indonesia.
Article 51 (1) application of the SNI by industrial enterprises is voluntary.
(2) industrial company as referred to in subsection (1) who have implemented SNI may affix a sign of SNI in goods and/or services industry.
(3) for goods and/or Services Industry who have been labelled SNI as mentioned on paragraph (2), industrial companies must still meet the requirements of SNI.
Article 52 (1) the Minister may specify the enactment of SNI, technical specifications, guidelines and/or procedures are mandatory.
(2) the determination of the validity of SNI, technical specifications, guidelines and/or ordinances compulsorily referred to in subsection (1) is conducted to: a. the safety, health, and safety of humans, animals, and plants;
b. the preservation of environmental functions;
c. a healthy business competition;
d. improvement of competitiveness; and/or e.  the increase in the efficiency and performance of the industry.
(3) the enforcement of SNI compulsorily referred to in subsection (1) of the goods and/or Service Industry based on SNI has set.
(4) enforcement of mandatory technical specifications referred to in paragraph (1) of the goods and/or Service Industry based on some parameters of the SNI has set and/or international standards.
(5) the enactment of the Ordinance in the mandatory guidelines as referred to in paragraph (1) of the goods and/or Service Industry based on the production of the good.
(6) any goods and/or services industry that have fulfilled: a. SNI imposed compulsory, compulsorily labelled SNI;
b. the SNI and the technical specifications and/or guidelines Ordinance imposed compulsorily labelled, mandatory for compliance; or c.  technical specifications and/or guidelines Ordinance imposed compulsorily labelled, mandatory compliance.
Article 53 (1) any person is prohibited: a. applying the SNI sign or mark of conformity in the goods and/or services industries that do not meet the conditions of the SNI, technical specifications, guidelines and/or procedures; or b.  manufacture, import and/or distribute goods and/or services industries that do not meet SNI, technical specifications, guidelines and/or ordinances imposed compulsorily.
(2) the Minister may establish exceptions atas SNI, technical specifications, guidelines and/or ordinances imposed compulsorily referred to in subsection (1) letter b for the import of certain goods.
Article 54 Any goods and/or services industries that do not meet SNI, technical specifications, guidelines and/or ordinances imposed compulsorily, businessmen or owner of the goods and/or Services Industry is obligated to withdraw goods and/or discontinue the Service Industry activity.

Article 55 the Minister coordinating with related Ministers withdraw any outstanding items and/or terminate the activities of a service industry that does not meet the STANDARD, technical specifications, guidelines and/or ordinances imposed compulsorily referred to in Article 53 paragraph (1) letter b.

Article 56 Obligations comply with the provisions of SNI, technical specifications, guidelines and/or ordinances imposed compulsorily as stipulated in article 52 by importers is done at the time of completing the customs duty in accordance with the provisions of the legislation in the field of customs.

Article 57 (1) application of the SNI voluntarily as stipulated in article 51 and the enactment of the SNI, technical specifications, guidelines and/or procedures are obligatory, as referred to in article 52 is done through the conformity assessment.
(2) conformity assessment the SNI diterap ¬ kan voluntarily as mentioned in subsection (1) is carried out by the conformity assessment agencies have been accredited.
(3) the conformity assessment STANDARD, technical specifications, guidelines and/or ordinances imposed compulsorily referred to in subsection (1) is carried out by the conformity assessment agencies have been accredited and designated by the Minister.
(4) Construction and supervision against conformity assessment institutions as ¬ where referred to in paragraph (3) is done by the Minister.
Article 58 to smooth the enactment of SNI, technical specifications, guidelines and/or procedures are mandatory, Ministers:

a. provide, improve and develop the infrastructure and facilities of the laboratory industry standard test ¬ peng in the area of Industrial growth Centre; and b.  provide facilities for small and medium Industries.

Article 59 of the Minister overseeing the implementation of the spirit of a series of application ¬ selu SNI as stipulated in article 51 paragraph (2) and paragraph (3) and the enactment of the SNI, spe technical sifikasi ¬, and/or manual procedures are obligatory, as dimak ¬ sud in article 52.

Article 60 (1) every person who affix the sign or mark of conformity on SNI goods and/or services industries that do not meet the conditions of the SNI, technical specifications, guidelines and/or procedures referred to in Article 53 paragraph (1) letter a are administrative sanctions.
(2) trade or owner of the goods and/or services industry that does not draw the goods and/or discontinue the Service Industry activity as referred to in article 54 are administrative sanctions.
(3) administrative Sanctions referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) in the form of: a. a written warning;
b. administrative fines;
c. temporary closure;
d. the freezing of business license of the industry; and/or e.  revocation of industry effort.
Article 61 further Provisions concerning the standardization of the Industry referred to in article 50 and the imposition of an administrative sanction procedures and administrative fines magnitudes as ¬ where referred to in article 60 is set by government regulations.

The third part of the infrastructure of the industry of article 62 (1) the Government and the local authorities download ¬ guarantee the availability of the infrastructure of the industry.
(2) the provision of the infrastructure Industry performed inside and/or outside the area designation of the industry.
(3) Industrial Infrastructure as dimak ¬ sud on paragraph (2) at least include the following: a. an industrial land in the form of an industrial area and/or the area designation of the industry;
b. energy electrical and network facilities;
c. telecommunications network facilities;
d. water resources network facilities;
e. sanitation facilities; and f.  transport network facilities.
(4) the provision of the infrastructure of the Industry as referred to in paragraph (3) is carried out through: a. procurement by the Government or a local government financing stems from his budget ¬ revenues and expenditures of the State budget revenues and expenditures or region;
b. the pattern of cooperation between the Government and/or local governments with private, State-owned enterprises or business entity belonging to the region and the private sector; or c.  procurement financed entirely by the private sector.
Article 63 (1) to support the activities of the industry that is efficient and effective in the area of Industrial growth centre constructed industrial zones as Industrial infrastructure.
(2) industrial area as dimak ¬ sud on subsection (1) must be on the area of Industrial allocation in accordance with the plan of spatial locality.
(3) the construction of the industrial park dilaku ¬ by private businesses, State-owned enterprises, regional-owned enterprises, or cooperative.
(4) in particular, Government stuff mem ¬ ¬ karsai pre construction of industrial areas.
(5) further Provisions concerning the industrial zones set up with government regulations.
The fourth part of the National Industrial information system Article 64 (1) any compulsory industrial companies would relay Data-¬ warmly welcomed industry that is accurate, complete, timely and periodically to the Minister, the Governor, and the Regent/Mayor.
(2) Industrial Data as referred to in subsection (1) is delivered through the national industrial information systems.
(3) the Governor and Regent/Mayor as ¬ where referred to in subsection (1) on a regular basis should convey the results of the Data processing industry as Infor ¬ masi to the Minister of Industry through the national industrial information systems.
(4) the Minister, Governors, and the bupati/walikota provides convenience to Peru ¬ sahaan the industry in delivering Industry Data and access information.
Article 65 (1) every company is obliged to deliver The Data to the industrial area that is accurate, complete, timely and periodically to the Minister, the Governor, and the Regent/Mayor.
(2) The Data referred to in subsection (1) is delivered through the national industrial information systems.
(3) the Governor and Regent/Mayor as ¬ where referred to in subsection (1) on a regular basis should convey the results of the Data processing industrial area as industry information to the Secretary through the national industrial information systems.
(4) the Minister, Governors, and the bupati/walikota provides convenience to the company's industrial area in delivering Data to the industrial area and access information.
Article 66 on request of the Minister, a Former Corporate and Industry haan ¬ industrial area required to provide the data in addition to Industrial Data as stipulated in article 64 and The Data referred to in Article 65 which is associated with: a. additional data;
b. clarification of data; and/or c.  unusual in industrial enterprises or Industrial Firms.
Article 67 (1) Ministers held data about the growth and market opportunities as well as the development of technology industries.
(2) Procurement data as dimak ¬ sud on subsection (1) done at least through: a. the census, logging, or surveys;
b. Exchange of data;
c. cooperation techniques;
d. purchasing; and e.  Industry Intelligence.
(3) Procurement data as dimak ¬ sud on paragraph (2) was conducted by the unit working under the Minister and State officials stationed throughout the Republic of Indonesia Country representative offices in other countries.
(4) the Data referred to in subsection (3) is delivered through the national industrial information systems.
Article 68 (1) the Minister for building and developing the bang ¬ ¬ kan national industry information systems.
(2) national industrial information systems as ¬ where referred to in paragraph (1) contains at least: a. Industry Data;
b. Data industrial area;
c. data development and market opportunities; and d.  development of data Technology industries.
(3) national industrial information system referred to in subsection (1) are connected with the information system developed by the Ministry or Government agency nonkemen ¬ terian, the regional Government of the province, and the local government district/city, and can interact with information systems in other countries or international organizations.
(4) to ensure the connection System Infor national industry with masi ¬ information systems in the region, the regional Government of the province and the local government district/city mem ¬ wake information systems Industry in the province and kabupaten/kota.
Article 69 Officials of government agencies and local governments banned warmly welcomed-attention and/or announced Industrial Data as stipulated in article 64 paragraph (1) and The Data referred to in Article 65 paragraph (1) that can be detrimental to the interests of the company in terms of protection of intellectual property rights and business competition is not healthy.

Article 70 (1) any industrial company that doesn't deliver the Data Industry as stipulated in article 64 paragraph (1) and the company's industrial area that does not convey The Data referred to in Article 65 paragraph (1), industrial enterprises and Industrial Companies that do not provide the data referred to in Article 66 is an administrative sanction in the form of: a. a written warning;
b. administrative fines;
c. temporary closure;
d. the freezing of business license or business permit Industry industrial area; and/or e.  revocation of industrial undertakings or business license industrial area.
(2) Officials of government agencies and local governments which warmly welcomed ¬ attention and/or announce the data referred to in Article 69 are administrative sanction in the form of: a. a written reprimand;
b. discharge of the Office;
c. a decrease in the salary of one times salary increases periodically for the longest one (1) year;
d. demotion in rank a notch lower for most of the old one (1) year;
e. termination with respect not by own request; and/or f.  dismissal with disrespect.
Article 71 further Provisions concerning the national industrial information systems as stipulated in article 68 of the Ordinance and the imposition of administrative sanctions as well as the magnitude of the administrative fines as ¬ where referred to in article 70 is set out in government regulations.

CHAPTER VIII EMPOWERMENT is considered part of the INDUSTRY'S small and Medium Industries Industry of article 72 (1) of the Government and/or local authorities doing development and empowerment of small and medium Industries to realize the industry's small and medium Industries which: a. competitive power;
b. a significant role in the strengthening of the national industrial structure;
c. play a role in alleviating poverty through an expansion of employment opportunities; and d.  Meng ¬ produce goods and/or services industry for export.
(2) in order to realize the industry's small and medium-sized Industries as dimak ¬ sud on subsection (1) done: a. policy formulation;
b. institutional capacity strengthening; and c.  the granting of the facility.
Article 73 in order to formulate the policy of gai ¬ ¬ seba where referred to in article 72 paragraph (2) letter a, the Minister of Industrial development priority set small and medium Industry with reference to at least to: a. Regional Industry resource;
b. strengthening and deepening the national industrial structure; and c.  national and global economic development.
Article 74 (1) Strengthening the institutional capacity referred to in Article 72 paragraph (2) letter b at least done through: a. an increase in the ability of the centers, technical services unit, energy field extension officers, as well as a consultant to small and medium-sized Industry Industry; and b.  working with educational institutions, research and development institutions, as well as industry associations and associations of related professions.

(2) Government and local government in accordance with its implementing institutional strengthening capacity as referred to in paragraph (1).
Article 75 (1) Granting facilities as referred to in article 72 paragraph (2) Letter c is given in the form of: a. increasing the competence of human resources competency and certification;
b. aid and technical guidance;
c. raw material and materials help helper;
d. the aid of machinery or equipment;
e. product development;
f. environmental pollution prevention assistance to realize the Green Industry;
g. aid market information, promotion, and marketing;
h. access to financing, including the pursuit of providing start-up capital for new entrepreneurs;
i. provision of industrial areas for small and medium-sized Industrial Industry that could potentially pollute the environment; and/or j.  development, strengthening linkages, and the relationship of partnership between small medium Industry with Industry, small industry with great industry, and industrial medium with great industry, as well as small and medium-sized Industry Industry with other sectors of the economy with the principle of mutual benefit.
(2) Government and local government in accordance with its carrying out the grant of facilities referred to in subsection (1).
Article 76 the provisions on the implementation of strengthening institutional capacity as ¬ where referred to in article 74 and the granting of facilities as stipulated in article 75 is governed by or based on government regulations.

The second part of article 77 of the Green Industry to realize the Green Industry as ¬ where referred to in article 3 of the letter c, the Government is doing: a. policy formulation;
b. institutional capacity strengthening;
c. Standardization; and d.  the granting of the facility.
Article 78 (1) Strengthening the institutional capacity referred to in Article 77 letter b done with improved skills: a. research and development;
b. testing;
c. certification; and d.  promotion.
(2) Strengthening the institutional capacity referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out by coordinating with related Ministers Minister, head of government agency related nonkementerian, and local governments, as well as consider the input of the stakeholders concerned.
Article 79 (1) in conducting Standardisation referred to in Article 77 of the letter c, Secretary of the drafting and setting industry standards.
(2) the green industry standards as referred to in subsection (1) at least contains a provision regarding: a. raw materials, materials and energy;, helper
b. the production process;
c. products;
d. management of concessions; and e.  waste management.
(3) preparation of Green industry standards is carried out by: a. pay attention to national Standardization System and/or other applicable standards system; and b.  coordinate with ministries and/or Government agencies conducting the Affairs of the nonkementerian Government in the field of the environment, the field of research and technology, the field of Standardisation, as well as coordinate with industry associations, industrial firms, and related agencies.
(4) Green industry standards that have been set as referred to in paragraph (2) be a guideline for industrial companies.
Article 80 (1) the application of the green industry standards as ¬ where referred to in article 79 paragraph (2) gradually can be enforced compulsorily.
(2) enforcement of compulsorily as ¬ where referred to in subsection (1) is designated by the Minister.
(3) compulsory industrial companies meme ¬ nuhi green industry standard provisions have been enforced compulsorily referred to in subsection (2).
(4) industrial company that does not meet the conditions of the Green industry standards as referred to in paragraph (3) are administrative sanction in the form of: a. a written warning;
b. administrative fines;
c. temporary closure;
d. the freezing of business license of the industry; and/or e.  revocation of industry effort.
Article 81 (1) industrial companies categorized as Industrial Green when Green meets industry standards as referred to in article 79.
(2) industrial company that has industry-standard nuhi ¬ meme Green referred to in subsection (1) is granted a certificate of the Green Industry.
(3) certification of Green Industry conducted by the Institute of certification of Green Industry accredited and designated by the Minister.
(4) in the event that there is not yet a Green Industry certification institutions accredited as referred to in paragraph (3), the Minister may establish a Green Industry certification agencies.
(5) further Provisions regarding the procedures for posting per ¬ by Green Industry certificate as ¬ where mentioned on paragraph (2) subject to the regulations of the Minister.
Article 82 to realize the Green Industry, industrial enterprises gradually: a. build commitment together and devise policies for the development of the Green Industry;
b. apply the Green Industry development policy;
c. applying environmentally friendly management system; and d.  develop a business network in order to obtain raw materials, auxiliary, and eco-friendly technologies.
Article 83 further Provisions regarding the Green Industry as referred to in article 79 of the Ordinance and the imposition of administrative sanctions as well as the magnitude of the administrative fines as ¬ where referred to in article 80 paragraph (4) set forth in a government regulation.

The third part of the strategic industry of article 84 (1) strategic industries controlled by the State.
(2) strategic industries as dimak ¬ sud on subsection (1) consists of the industry that: a. meets the needs that are important to people's welfare or gained control of his life people;
b. increase or produce value-added strategic natural resources; and/or c.  related to kepen ¬ tingan defense and State security.
(3) mastery of strategic industry by the State as referred to in subsection (1) is carried out through: a. setting ownership;
b. the determination of the policy;
c. licensing arrangements;
d. setting the production, distribution, and pricing; and e.  supervision.
(4) Setting the ownership of strategic industries as referred to in paragraph (2) letter a is done through: a. the inclusion of capital by the Government;
b. the establishment of a joint venture between the Government and the private sector; or c.  restrictions on ownership by a foreign investor.
(5) the determination of Strategic Industrial policy as referred to in paragraph (3) the letter b at least include the following: a. the determination of types of strategic industries;
b. granting facilities; and c.  the granting of compensation for losses.
(6) the industry's Strategic business license as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c is given by the Minister.
(7) Setting the production, distribution, and prices as referred to in paragraph (3) the letter d is done at least by setting the amount of the production, distribution, and product price.
(8) the supervision referred to in paragraph (3) the letter e covers the determination of strategic industries as vital national objects and control distribution.
(9) further Provisions regarding strategic industries as referred to in subsection (1) is set by government regulations.
The fourth part the increased use of domestic products Article 85 For empowerment of domestic industry, the Government is increasing the use of domestic products.

Article 86 (1) domestic products as referred to in article 85 mandatory use by: a. State institutions, ministries, glue ¬ baga nonkementerian, and Government work units of the device area in peng-absence of goods/services what ¬ ¬ pembiayaannya ber source origin of budget revenues and expenditures of the State budget revenues and spending areas, including loans or grants from within the country or abroad; and b.  State-owned enterprises, regional-owned enterprises, and private businesses in the procurement of goods/services pembiayaannya derived from the budget of the State expenditures and revenues, the budget and the acquired ¬ pen shopping areas and/or the work of his dilaku ¬ ¬ right through cooperation between Governments with the private business entities and/or the pursuit of resources controlled by the State.
(2) officials of the procurement of goods/services in violation of the provisions referred to in subsection (1) are the administrative sanction in the form of: a. a written warning;
b. administrative fines; and/or c.  dismissal from Office of procurement of goods/services.
(3) further Provisions concerning the imposition of an administrative sanction procedures and administrative fines magnitudes as ¬ where referred to in paragraph (2) is set out in government regulations.
(4) the imposition of a sanction as referred to in paragraph (2) are excluded in terms of domestic products is not yet available or have not been sufficient.
Article 87 (1) the liability of the use of domestic products as referred to in article 86 paragraph (1) be done according the domestic component quantities on any goods/services, indicated by the value of the component level in the country.
(2) the conditions and the procedures for calculating levels of domestic component me ¬ refer to the conditions set out by the Minister.
(3) the levels of domestic component updating ¬ acu on the list of goods/services inventory of domestic production, published by the Minister.
(4) the Minister may set a limit on the minimum value of the level of domestic components in certain industries.
Article 88 in the framework of the use of domestic products as referred to in article 86, the Government can at least be provided: a. the price preference and ease admi nistrasi ¬ in the procurement of goods/services; and b.  Certification component level in the country.
Article 89 the Government encourages private business entities and the community to improve the use of domestic products.

Article 90 further Provisions regarding increased use of domestic products is regulated with a government regulation.

Part Five


International cooperation in the field of Industry of article 91 (1) in the framework of the development of industry, Government, ¬ 's international cooperation in the field of industry.
(2) international cooperation in the field of Industry aimed at: a. the access opening and pengem ¬ bangan international markets;
b. opening of access to the resource Industry;
c. utilization of the global supply chain networks as a source of increased productivity of the industry; and d.  increased investment.
(3) in conducting international cooperation framework in the field of Industry ' as referred to in paragraph (1), the Government can: a. draw up a strategic plan;
b. set the step HIV ¬ ¬ la matan Industry; and/or c.  provide the facilities.
(4) in the case of international cooperation in the field of the industry referred to in subsection (2) have an impact on the industry, advance consultation, coordination, and/or the approval of the Minister.
Article 92 Granting facilities cooperation inter national ¬ on industry as referred to in article 91 paragraph (2) Letter c at least include the following: a. the guidance, consulting, and advocacy;
b. negotiation assistance;
c. promotion of Industry; and d.  ease the flow of goods and services.
Article 93 (1) to increase cooperation inter na ¬ ¬ framework in the field of industry, the Government can put Industry officials abroad.
(2) Placement of industry officials abroad as mentioned in subsection (1) is performed based on the need to enhance the resilience of the industry in the country.
(3) in the event that there are not yet Industry officials as referred to in paragraph (1), the Government representative of the Republic of Indonesia can be deployed overseas to enhance international cooperation in the field of industry.
(4) Officials of industry as ¬ where referred to in subsection (1) and the representative of the Republic of Indonesia abroad as referred to in paragraph (3) to report periodically to the Minister.
Article 94 the Government can nurture, develop, and oversee cooperation inter-na ¬ framework in the field of the industry conducted by the business entity, the Organization masya-rakat, or a citizen of Indonesia.

Article 95 further Provisions regarding international cooperation in the field of Industry is regulated with a government regulation.

CHAPTER IX SECURITY MEASURES and RESCUE INDUSTRY is considered part of the Industrial Security Act of Article 96 (1) in order to improve the resilience of the domestic industry, Government mela ¬ kukan Industry security measures.
(2) the domestic Industry security measures as referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. Security due to the policy, regulatory, and/or business climate that threaten the resilience and resulted in losses of domestic industry; and b.  security due to global competition which pose a threat to the resilience and resulted in losses of domestic industry.
Article 97 Industrial Security measures as ¬ where referred to in article 96 paragraph (2) letter a is assigned by the President to consider the proposals of the Minister.

Article 98 (1) the determination of the security measures as a result of global competition as stipulated in article 96 paragraph (2) letter b in the form of tariffs and nontarif.
(2) the determination of the security measures in the form of tariff is done by the Minister which hosts the Affairs of Government in the field of finance over the proposal.
(3) the determination of the security measures in the form of nontarif is done by the Minister after coordinating with the Minister concerned.
(4) the security measures referred to in paragraph (1) can be supported by the program of restructuring the industry.
Section 99 further Provisions regarding the procedures for the imposition of Industry security measures as referred to in article 96 is set out in government regulations.

The second part of industrial Rescue Actions of article 100 (1) the Government may take action penyela-mattan konjungtur influence over Industry perekono ¬ mian akibatkan the world harm to the domestic Industry.
(2) Industry rescue Action ¬ ¬ gai seba where referred to in subsection (1) at least done through: a. the granting of fiscal stimulus; and b.  granting credit program.
(3) the provisions of the Act on rescue Industry set forth in a government regulation.
CHAPTER X licensing, industry, CAPITAL INVESTMENT and FACILITIES section of the Union of industrial and business license business license industrial area of article 101 (1) every Industrial business activities required to have the franchise industry.
(2) the business activities of the industry referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. small industries;
b. Industrial medium; and c.  Big industry.
(3) the business license of the industry referred to in subsection (1) is given by the Minister.
(4) the Minister may grant a partial kewe-16 the granting of franchise Industry to the Governor and Regents/mayors.
(5) the business license of the industry as dimak ¬ sud on subsection (1) include the following: a. business license small industries;
b. business license of industrial medium; and c.  Large Industrial Business License.
(6) industrial companies that have mem ¬ ¬ per by the permission referred to in subsection (5) is required: a. carry out the business activities of the industry in accordance with the permissions that are owned; and b.  ensure the safety and health of la ¬ ¬ matan tools, processes, the results of the production, storage, and transport of ¬.
Article 102 (1) small industries as stipulated in article 101 paragraph (2) letter a specified ber based ¬ amount of labor and the value of the investment does not include land and building businesses.
(2) secondary Industry as stipulated in article 101 paragraph (2) letter b is assigned based on the amount of labor and/or investment value.
(3) major industry as stipulated in article 101 paragraph (2) Letter c is assigned based on the amount of labor and/or investment value.
(4) the magnitude of the amount of labor and the value of the investment to small industries, industrial, medium and large Industries designated by the Minister.
Article 103 (1) small industry as referred to in article 102 subsection (1) may only be owned by citizens of Indonesia.
(2) industry which has the uniqueness and cultural heritage of the nation can only be owned by citizens of Indonesia.
(3) certain reserved for secondary Industry owned by the citizens of Indonesia.
(4) industry as referred to in paragraph (2) and paragraph (3) are defined by the President.
Article 104 (1) any industrial company that has Industrial business license as referred to in article 101 paragraph (6) could be expansion.
(2) industrial company that performs the expansion by using natural resources which are required to have an analysis of the mandatory environmental impact have the permission extension.
Article 105 (1) any business activities of the industrial area required to have business license industrial area.
(2) business license industrial area as ¬ where mentioned on paragraph (1) is given by the Minister.
(3) the Minister may grant a most unforgetable kewe-granting business license industrial area to the Governor and Regents/mayors.
(4) the company is obligated to meet the standards of the Industrial Park industrial area established by the Minister.
(5) any company that did the Industrial expansion of mandatory and permit expansion liki ¬ industrial area.
Article 106 (1) industrial company that will run the mandatory Industry located in the industrial area.
(2) the duty is located in an industrial area as referred to in paragraph (1) in an industry for the company exclude ¬ who will run the Industry and regional location ¬ district/city: a. do not yet have an industrial area;
b. has had an industrial area but the whole kaveling the industry in its industrial Area have been exhausted;
(3) exceptions to liability is located in an industrial area as referred to in paragraph (1) also applies to: a. small and medium industries are Industries that don't potentially cause environmental pollution that impact large; or b.  Industries that use special raw materials and/or the production process requires a special location.
(4) excluded industries Company as referred to in paragraph (2) and medium-sized industrial companies as referred to in paragraph (2) letter a compulsory provision located in the industry.
(5) the industry referred to in subsection (3) is specified by the Minister.
Article 107 (1) industrial company that does not have the franchise Industry as stipulated in article 101 paragraph (1), industrial companies which do not meet the conditions referred to in Article 101 paragraph (6), and/or industrial company that does not have permissions to the expansion referred to in Article 104 subsection (2) are administrative sanctions.
(2) the industrial Companies that have no business license industrial area as referred to in article 105 paragraph (1), the company is an industrial area that does not meet the standards of the industrial area as referred to in article 105 paragraph (4), the company is an industrial area which does not have the permission of the expansion of the industrial park as stipulated in article 105 paragraph (5), industrial Companies located in the industrial area as referred to in article 106 paragraph (1) , Industrial enterprises are excluded which are not located in the area of Industrial designation referred to in Section 106 subsection (4) are administrative sanctions.
(3) administrative Sanctions referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) in the form of: a. a written warning;
b. administrative fines;
c. temporary closure;
d. the freezing of business license or business permit Industry industrial area; and/or e.  revocation of industrial undertakings or business license industrial area.

Article 108 Provisions more about pem ¬ (tuas) Industrial business license as referred to in article 101, the extension of permission as referred to in article 104, the industrial business license as referred to in article 105, and the obligation is located in an industrial area as referred to in article 106 and the imposition of an administrative sanction procedures and administrative fines quantity referred to in Article 107 is set out in government regulations.

The second part of the Investing Industry Article 109 (1) the Government and the local government is encouraging investment in industry to obtain the highest possible value added over the utilization of the national resources of the ber ¬ sum in order to pen the national industrial structure of inner ¬ and reel ¬ katan Industrial competitiveness.
(2) to encourage capital investment as stipulated in paragraph (1), the Minister establishes the policy that contains the least about: a. capital investment strategy;
b. capital investment priorities;
c. capital investment location;
d. ease of pen ¬ naman capital; and e.  the granting of the facility.
The third part of the industrial facilities of article 110 (1) Government and local Government can provide facilities to speed up the development of the industry.
(2) the Facilities referred to in subsection (1) is granted to: a. industrial firms that do investment NGO ¬ by and increase value added expresses over the utilization of national resources in order to study the structure of the industry and improvement of the competitiveness of the industry;
b. industrial company that performs research and development Tech nologi ¬ industry and product;
c. industrial companies and/or Industrial Companies who are in the border region or regions lagging behind;
d. industrial companies and/or companies that operate the industrial use of timalkan ¬ goods and/or services in the country;
e. industrial company and/or the Industrial Company claims that it is developing a ¬ human resources in industry;
f. industrial enterprises which export-oriented;
g. industrial enterprises of small and medium-sized Industries that apply the SNI, technical specifications, guidelines and/or ordinances imposed compulsorily;
h. industrial enterprises of small and medium-sized Industries which make use of natural resources in an efficient, environmentally friendly, and sustainable;
i. industrial company that undertakes the effort to realize the Green Industry; and j.  Industrial company that give priority to the use of small industrial products as components in the production process.
Article 111 (1) Facilities as referred to in article 110 paragraph (1) in the form of fiscal and nonfiskal.
(2) the fiscal Facilities as referred to in subsection (1) is given in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
(3) further Provisions regarding the form of facilities and procedures for granting facilities nonfiskal set up with government regulations.
CHAPTER XI NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL COMMITTEE of article 112 (1) in order to support the achievement of the goal of industrial development as stipulated in article 3 established the national industrial Committee.
(2) national industrial Committee as referred to in paragraph (1), chaired by the Minister, with the Minister concerned, the head of the institution when ¬ rintah nonkementerian related to the industry, and representatives of the business world.
(3) national industrial Committee as referred to in paragraph (1) has the task of: a. conducting evaluation in the framework of the coordination and development of industries that require cross-sector support and related areas: 1. development of resource Industries;
2. construction and infrastructure Industry;
3. empowerment of the industry;
4. perwilayahan Industry; and 5.  Security and rescue Industry;
b. conduct a follow-up monitoring of the results of the coordination referred to in subparagraph a;
c. do the coordination of implementation of authority mandatory technical settings for certain industries in the framework of the construction, development, and industrial settings; and d.  entries in the monitoring and evaluation of the implementation of the master plan of development of the National Industry, the National Industrial Policy, and Industrial Development work plan.
(4) the provisions concerning the composition of the Organization and the work of the Committee on national industry set forth in the regulation of the President.
Article 113 to support the implementation of the tasks referred to in Article 112 paragraph (3) of the National Industry, the Committee may form working groups composed of experts in related fields who come from elements of Government, industry associations, academia, and/or the community.

Article 114 (1) implementation of national industrial Committee supported by the Ministry that organizes the Affairs of Government in the field of industry.
(2) the fee required in order execution of the duties of the Committee the national industrial dibeban ¬ right on budget revenue and expenditure of the State.
CHAPTER XII the ROLE AS WELL AS the COMMUNITY Article 115 (1) the community can participate in peren-canaan, implementation, and development of wasan ¬ penga industry.
(2) the role of the community as dimak ¬ sud on subsection (1) is manifested in the form of: a. the giving of advice, opinions, and the proposal; and/or b.  submission of information and/or reports.
(3) further Provisions regarding the role of the community in the development of the industry referred to in subsection (1) is controlled by a regulation of the Minister.
Article 116 (1) the community is entitled to protection from the negative effects of the business activities of the industry.
(2) the provisions concerning the protection of the community as referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out on the basis of the provisions of the legislation.
CHAPTER XIII MONITORING and CONTROL Article 117 (1) the Minister for carrying out the supervision and control of the business activities of industry and business activities of the industrial area.
(2) monitoring and control as referred to in subsection (1) done for adopting ¬ tahui fulfillment and adherence to regulations in the field of industry undertaken by industrial enterprises and Industrial Companies.
(3) the fulfilment of and compliance with the regulations in the field of industry undertaken by industrial enterprises and companies of the industrial area as referred to in paragraph (2) at least include the following: a. human resource Industry;
b. utilization of natural resources;
c. energy management;
d. water management;
e. SNI, technical specifications, guidelines and/or procedures;
f. Industry Data and the Data of the industrial area;
g. Green industry standards;
h. standard industrial area;
i. licensing and licensing Industry industrial area; and j.  Security and safety tools, processes, the results of the production, storage, and transport.
(4) the implementation of monitoring and control as ¬ where mentioned on paragraph (1) will be conducted by officials from the work unit under the Minister and/or accredited institutions designated by the Minister.
(5) the Government, the local government pro ¬ ¬ vin si, and local government districts/cities simultaneously or in accordance with the respective authorities of carrying out monitoring and control in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
(6) further Provisions regarding the procedures for monitoring and control of industrial undertakings and Industrial businesses are regulated by ministerial regulation.
Article 118 in the matter of the implementation of the monitoring and control as stipulated in article 59 and article 117 paragraph (3) the letter e found the alleged crime had occurred, officials or institutions referred to in Section 117 subsection (4) and paragraph (5) to report to the civil servant Investigator field of industry.

CHAPTER XIV INVESTIGATION Article 119 (1) in addition to the investigating police officials of the Republic of Indonesia, officials of certain civil servants in the environment of government agencies that the scope of duties and responsibilities in the field of industry authorized special civil servant Investigator as referred to in the law of criminal procedure to conduct the investigation in accordance with this Act.
(2) civil servant Investigators as ¬ where mentioned on paragraph (1), is authorized to: a. receive reports from Everyone about the existence of the alleged criminal act concerning SNI, technical specifications, guidelines and/or ordinances imposed compulsorily in industry;
b. checks over the truth of the reports or information regarding a criminal offence concerning SNI, technical specifications, guidelines and/or ordinances imposed compulsorily in industry;
c. call the people to be heard and examined as a witness in a criminal act on SNI, technical specifications, guidelines and/or ordinances imposed compulsorily in industry;
d. call and do when riksaan ¬ against any Person suspected of committing a criminal offence concerning SNI, technical specifications, guidelines and/or ordinances imposed compulsorily in industry;
e. requesting information and evidence of any person in connection with the events of the crime about SNI, technical specifications, guidelines and/or ordinances imposed compulsorily in industry;
f. conduct examination and peng ge ¬ ¬ ledahan in a certain place which allegedly became a storage area or place it obtained evidence and seize objects which can be used as evidence and/or evidence in a criminal act on SNI, technical specifications, guidelines and/or ordinances imposed compulsorily in industry;
g. enlisted the help of experts in conducting investigation a criminal offence concerning SNI, technical specifications, guidelines and/or ordinances imposed compulsorily in industry;
h. capturing the perpetrators of criminal acts on SNI, technical specifications, guidelines and/or ordinances imposed compulsorily in industry; and/or

i. stop the investigation if there is not enough evidence about the existence of a criminal offence on SNI, technical specifications, guidelines and/or ordinances imposed compulsorily in industry or the event turned out to be not a crime or investigation was discontinued in favor of the law.
(3) civil servant Investigators as ¬ where mentioned on paragraph (1) notify the commencement of the investigation, reported the results of the investigation, and mem ¬ ¬ give notice of termination of investigation to the Prosecutor through a police official of the Republic of Indonesia.
(4) in carrying out the investigation as ¬ where mentioned on paragraph (1), the investigator civil servant may ask for assistance to law enforcement agencies.
CHAPTER XV of the CRIMINAL PROVISIONS of Section 120 (1) every person who manufactures, imports, and/or distribute the goods and/or services industries that do not meet SNI, technical specifications, guidelines and/or ordinances imposed compulsorily in industry as referred to in article 53 paragraph (1) letter b, are convicted with imprisonment not more than 5 (five) years and a maximum fine of Rp criminal 3,000,000,000 entrance (three billion dollars).
(2) every person who because of his indifference is producing, importing, and/or distribute the goods and/or services industries that do not meet SNI, technical specifications, guidelines and/or ordinances imposed compulsorily in industry as referred to in article 53 paragraph (1) letter b, are convicted with imprisonment of not longer than three (3) years and a maximum fine of Rp criminal 1,000,000,000 b (one billion dollars).
Article 121 in the matter of a criminal offence as referred to in article 120 is conducted by corporations, the demands and the overthrow of the criminal subject against the Corporation and/or its administrator.

CHAPTER XVI TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS Article 122 at the time of the enactment of this Act, the company's industry and Industrial Company that has been operating in the conduct of the utilization of the natural resources referred to in article 30, obliged to comply with the provisions of this law within a period of not longer than three (3) years from the date of promulgation.

CHAPTER XVII the CLOSING PROVISIONS Article 123 by the time this law comes into force: a. law number 5 of 1984 on Industry (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 22 in 1984, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3274) revoked and declared not valid;
b. all regulations that are the rules of the implementation of Act No. 5 of 1984 on Industry (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 22 in 1984, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3274) revealed remains in effect throughout does not conflict or has not been replaced by a new regulation based on this law; and c.  Industrial business license and/or Permit industrial expansion, the list of Industries or permit a type, which has been owned by industrial enterprises and Industrial business license and/or Permit the expansion of the industrial area which has been owned by the company, an industrial area which had been issued on the basis of Act No. 5 of 1984 on Industry (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 22 in 1984, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3274) and its implementation regulations stated remains valid throughout the industrial companies or the concerned Industrial Companies It still operates in accordance with the permissions granted.
Article 124 implementing Regulation of the Act is the longest-established 2 (two) years counted since the Act is enacted.

Section 125 of this Act comes into force on the date of promulgation.

In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of this legislation with its placement in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia.

Ratified in Jakarta on January 15, 2014, PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA Dr. h. SUSILO BAMBANG YUDHOYONO Enacted in Jakarta on January 15, 2014, MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, AMIR SYAMSUDDIN fnFooter ();