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

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 …

Newest Regulation on Stay Permit, Visit Visa, and Working Permit

The Immigration Directorate General of Republic of Indonesia has issued a new regulation. Which the submission of the application forms for Stay Permit (ITAS), Visiting Visa (ITK), and its renewal for expatriates must be done online. The new regulation is effective since February 1st, 2016. The applicant will then receive a confirmation email within 3-7 …

Establishing Virtual Office in Indonesia is Now Legal

If your company is considering about business expansion in Indonesia, but you do not have the resources to get the real professional office, now you can try to establish a virtual office. Companies with limited capital that wish to get the complete facility of professional and reliable offices. Also can use the service of virtual offices. …

Restricted Sectors for Investment in Indonesia

Indonesia has been maintaining positive growth for direct investment inflows within these past four years. As in 2014, Indonesia had successfully attracted 78.7 trillion rupiah (USD 6.3 billion) of direct foreign investment based on Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM). The most attracting business sectors were mining, food, warehouse, transportation and telecommunication. Meanwhile, some business sectors are …

Investing in Indonesia: Some Changes Should be Known

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 …