The enactment of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) in 2015 no doubt becomes an opportunity as well as a major challenge for Indonesia, especially in increasing economic growth. However, such expectation seems to be difficult to be achieved as the socio-economic and political conditions in each ASEAN country are different. For this reason, this study aims at discussing three aspects. The first is to discuss the international trade laws that are relevant to be given attention toward the establishment of AEC. The second highlights policies that relate to the international trade. The third is to address the implication of AEC to economic growth in Indonesia.