Indonesia Legal Framework Articles & Analysis

Chapter | Legal Framework from The Report: Indonesia 2019

This chapter examines the legal system of Indonesia, focusing on the issuance of Regulation No. 24 on Electronic Integrated Business Licensing Services. Under this regulation, a single online submission system was created to streamline the licensing process, combining licences for various regional and national institutions across a range of business sectors under one electronic system, and...

The Indonesian economy had a strong year in 2018, with growth of 5.2% marking the fastest pace in half a decade. This came on the back of robust domestic consumption, increased foreign investment and continuing efforts to reform policy and simplify investment procedures, and despite challenges including a falling rupiah, a trade imbalance and global political issues.

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Indonesia has been identified as one of Asia’s upcoming economies for quite some time. The political reforms of 1998 and the legislation of economic policies and business incentives that followed have brought us closer to that expectation, and the current administration has aimed to go further by bolstering foreign direct investment (FDI). In...

 

Fulfilling its commitment to simplify business licences in order to foster investment, in June 2018 the government issued Regulation No. 24 on Electronic Integrated Business Licensing Services (GR 24). GR 24 follows the 2017 Regulation No. 91 on Acceleration of Doing Business. Referred to as the online single submission (OSS) system, it...

The Indonesian economy had a strong year in 2018, with growth of 5.2% marking the fastest pace in half a decade. This came on the back of robust domestic consumption, increased foreign investment and continuing efforts to reform policy and simplify investment procedures, and despite challenges including a falling rupiah, a trade imbalance and global political issues.

 

A while back, I arbitrated a dispute over mining concessions between an Indonesian company and their foreign counterpart. The foreign firm made major investments to get the concessions, and then after a few years decided to cancel the transaction and pull out of Indonesia. They filed an arbitration case to reclaim their investment. The...

 

Amid increasing awareness of the significance of intellectual property (IP) in today’s digital economy, we have witnessed some promising developments in Indonesia’s IP regulatory framework in recent years.

Chapter | Legal Framework from The Report: Indonesia 2018

This chapter examines Indonesia’s legal system, focusing on laws passed to enhance trademark protection; procedural changes set to speed up the registration process and other major developments.

It also contains a viewpoint from Todung Mulya Lubis, Founder and Senior Partner, Lubis Santosa & Maramis.