List of Countries

Indonesia

Global Tobacco Index Score
82
Indicator 1 (I1): The industry's participation in policy development
15
Indicator 2 (I2): Tobacco industry-related corporate social responsibility activities
5
Indicator 3 (I3): Benefits given to the tobacco industry
10
Indicator 4 (I4): Unnecessary interaction between government and industry
15
Indicator 5 (I5): Measures for transparency
10
Indicator 6 (I6). Preventing conflicts of interest
11
Indicator 7 (I7). Measures that prevent industry influence
16

Indonesia is not yet a Party to the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC), however, it has managed to implement tobacco control measures for pictorial health warnings, smoke-free regulations, tax and prices increases, and partial bans of tobacco advertisement/promotion/sponsorship and CSR. Overall interference from the tobacco industry remains a big problem in implementing stricter tobacco control measures. A key challenge is de-normalizing the industry: because the tobacco industry is perceived as a normal business, it is treated as a legitimate stakeholder by the government during policy development processes.