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ICC Indonesia, a National Committee with an organizational Statute drawn in close reference with the Constitutions of ICC and KADIN Indonesia, retains a role as the representative of Republic of Indonesia to ICC and the membership coordinator to the Indonesian business enterprises and practitioners. As one of the objectives, ICC Indonesia pledges to contribute to the pursuit of increasing international trading with buyers’ foreign countries.

Significant to its role as the international commerce liaison, ICC Indonesia has successfully published UCP 600 in both English and Bahasa Indonesia that are made available to its members. Following to this accomplishment, ICC Indonesia had organized its first tutorial class for CDCS certification in 2007, and a series of workshops discussing International Trade Finance.

ICC Indonesia has been seriously concerned about the readiness of human resource capability to handle timely export transactions. Escalating all out efforts to support for this goal, requires all key stakeholders including banks to improve knowledge and skills of their officers and managers to accomplish International Trade transaction effectively.

Within its role, ICC Indonesia continues to provide not only for books and publications, but also business trainings and workshops specific to International Trade subject to its members. While CDCS exam preparation and tutorial is an added-value service to customers.

Aiming at facilitating the import and export trading transactions whilst taking opportunity to earn fee-based incomes, Banks should designate their respective officers from both operation and marketing to attend the training. Parallel to this, it would be ideal that managers of banks are well qualified in managing the International Trade Finance Services. Accordingly, the CDCS tutorial class would be a mandatory choice for them to choose.


ICC Indonesia conveys a mission to represent Indonesia to the global business and facilitate the business players to be competent globally by practicing the international rules of games. To this extend, ICC Indonesia is actively encouraging and coordinating the business practitioners to join membership.


  • To encourage the international trade and commerce through Foreign Direct Investment.
  • To consolidate activities, policies, and positions of its members in dealing with international commerce and investments, thereby promoting consistency and efficiency.
  • To promote open market economy based on the principles of air competition among business enterprises.
  • To represent the collective interests and coordinate activities of commercial, professional, service and industrial enterprises operating in/ or with respect to Indonesia in dealing with matters related to international rules and regulations in the context of TCC and cooperation with both national and international organization.
  • To develop, organized and execute ICC project within the scope of policy/rule making as well as trade/investment facilitation to expand ICC’s services both nationally and globally.