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Ref. Ares(2016)5566098 - 26/09/2016
Ref. Ares(2018)6630700 - 21/12/2018
KONIG Helena (TRADE); 
Report meeting with 11.11.11 and partner NGOs on Indonesia - 23 Sep 2016 
meeting EU-I  CEPA 
I met on Friday 23 Sep, upon their request, with 11.11.11 (Flemish North-South Movement) and partner 
NGOs for a conversation on Indonesia. 
, 11.11.11 
 Indonesia Corruption Watch (
 TransNational Institute 
All in all a friendly exchange with an NGO that traditionally has been very critical of our trade agenda, in 
the past anti As and now anti CETA and anti TTIP because of ISDS in particular. Details: 
 regretted that the Commission does not publicly announce dates of upcoming rounds 
in advance. Esp for meetings in the third countries this would allow the local NGOs to prepare, 
and possibly organise meetings with chief negotiators and civil society as is done with TTIP. I 
recalled that COM is doing unprecedented efforts on transparency, that stakeholder events 
within a round are only done for TTIP, and that organization of events with local NGOs is 
something we leave to our partner country. If Indonesia would want to set up an event we 
would be willing to assess.  
Furthermore, we will run a new SIA which will provide for local stakeholder consultation; and 
also the EU's TSD chapter provides for an important role of local civil society.  
 mentioned palm oil and forestry products as being very important sectors of concern 
in terms of anti-corruption. 
 also informed if COM had already tabled a text on 
corruption. I underlined the importance of both sectors for the FTA, the importance of the 
sustainable development chapter, and that all text proposals, when submitted, would be 
published in line with T4A. I also pointed out to the importance of transparency in general and 
in public procurement in particular. 
 was also concerned that the IPR provisions would lead to more expensive medicines 
and an even stronger role for large EU pharma companies, which are already supplying 70% of 
medicines in Indonesia.  
 stated that longer data exclusivity rules under CETA would 
raise the cost of medicines and affect the Canadian public health sector.  
 asked if COM would also promote the Investment Court System in the FTA with 
Indonesia and recalled the TNI position that the COM reform of the ISDS system remains 
 mentioned the termination of MS BITs. I pointed out that due to the 
termination sunset-clauses now kick in, and that IDN would be well-advised to consider 
replacing the BITs by the new ICS system. 
 also regretted the bias or poor quality of SIAs (e.g. on Myanmar) and suggested COM 
should early on publish draft terms of reference for comments (as UK DTI recently did in 
Philippines apparently). 
 remarked that COM has actually asked for comments on the 
revised SIA guidelines; I offered to pass any comments on to the evaluation unit.