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Easy Investing Service Program in Indonesia

Posted 30.04. 2016 by Cekindo , last update on 24.05. 2017

This is good news for investors that target Indonesia as their potential market. The Indonesian government through its Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) has issued two new policies that enable investor to conveniently invest in Indonesia. The two policies are called Kemudahan Investasi Langsung (KLIK), which is literally translated as Simplicity in Direct Investment as well …

3-hour Investment Licensing Service: A Breakthrough in Indonesia’s Economic Package

Posted 25.04. 2016 by Cekindo , last update on 24.05. 2017

Investing in Indonesia is getting faster and easier now. Since January 2016, The Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) has launched a three-hour investment permit service for investors. The service is part of BKPM’s One-Stop Integrated Service (PTSP) program, which will allow prospective investors with a minimum investment of IDR 100 billion (US$7.33 million) and/or absorb a workforce …

10 Most Common Immigration Mistakes a Foreigner Should Avoid in Indonesia

Posted 15.01. 2016 by Michal Wasserbauer , last update on 5.06. 2017

Traveling and doing business abroad needs careful plans and extensive preparations. Not only the trip will be costly, but there are also different rules, regulations, customs, and cultures we have to learn prior to our departure to the destination country. Especially when traveling to Indonesia, there are endless maze of bureaucracy that any foreign businessman …

Investing in Indonesia: Some Changes Should be Known

Posted 1.06. 2015 by Petr Stejskal , last update on 22.05. 2017

Currently, Indonesia in ranks 114 out of 118 of ease doing business based on latest survey from World Bank. However, along with the new government, some business laws and regulations in various sectors have been changed to be tighter than before. Cekindo helps you understand the critical points about investing in Indonesia. After Jokowi was …

How to Close a Company in Indonesia

Posted 31.03. 2015 by Michal Wasserbauer , last update on 30.05. 2017

Although Indonesia is a conducive place for investment and establish a company. in terms of markets, resources, and investment climate, some companies are not fortunate enough to reap good profits and run the businesses smoothly in this country. Therefore, closing or dissolving a company is the final decision in dealing with a complicated situation. To …

Comparison of foreign-owned company, local company and representative office in Indonesia

Posted 9.02. 2015 by Pandu Biasramadhan, Angela Putri Adiati , last update on 22.05. 2017

Do you have plans to pursue company registration in Indonesia, but you still don’t know how to register your company in Indonesia? Are you still confused about what type of legal entity is the most suitable for your business?  If so, this article will give you a business overview set up and better understanding of the possible types of …

The Negative Investment List as your business reference

Posted 28.03. 2014 by Nurmia Dwi Agustina , last update on 22.05. 2017

The Negative Investment List is compiled by BKPM, the Indonesian Investment Coordinating Board. It specifies which sectors are open to foreign investment in Indonesia as well as the percentage of foreign ownership permitted. This list is regularly revised and the most recent version is Presidential Decree No.36/2010. List of Business Fields Closed to Investment No SECTOR BUSINESS …

Visas and Work Permits in Indonesia

Posted 21.03. 2014 by Nurmia Dwi Agustina , last update on 6.04. 2017

Investors as well as foreign and local shareholders are free to select the members of their management and supervisory boards. The hiring of directors, managers, technicians, foreign experts and even foreign skilled laborers by foreign companies is allowed as long as Indonesian workers are not available or do not meet the requirements of the job. The Department …