Indonesia has requested authorization to suspend concessions or other obligations in the Clove Cigarettes dispute:
The United States failed to implement the recommendations and rulings of the DSB with respect to Section 907(a)(1)(A) by the end of the reasonable period of time, and no mutually acceptable arrangement for compensation has been reached. Therefore, Indonesia is entitled to redress under Article 22 of the DSU.
I don't see any other documents related to the case, such as a consultations request or panel request, on the WTO web site. Does that mean Indonesia takes the view that no measures to comply "exist", and thus it can go right to DSU Article 22, with no need for a compliance panel? Recall that the U.S. did take some actions. Does Indonesia believe they do not even qualify as a measure taken to comply?