Cabotage Principle pada Regulasi Jasa Angkutan di dalam Perairan Indonesia dalam Persepektif Sistem Perdagangan Multilateral WTO/GATS
Asnawi, M. Iqbal
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The enforcement of Cabotage system stipulated in the Law 17 of 2008 on Shipping is an urgent need for the development and independence of national sea transport, the existance of Cabotage Principle is empowering national sea transport in the domestic marine transport activities. The implications of the implementation of Cabotage Principle for national sea transport would take effect for the development of a fleet of sea transport as well as increasing the share of cargo being served. In services trade, Indonesia is a member of the world trade organization (WTO) which adopted for the gradual liberalization to the era of free trade. The stipulation of the Cabotage Principle is part of the principles stipulated in the WTO / GATS on domestic regulation. Services trade principles stipulated in the WTO / GATS gives freedom to its members to enact domestic regulations in services provided for in Article 6 on domestic regulation, WTO / GATS guarantees basic rights the Government of Indonesia to regulate in order to achieve national goals. For that implementation of Cabotage Principle in Indonesia's national legislation does not contradict with the provisions of the General Agreement for Trade in Services WTO / GATS.