Representative offices can be a significant first step for companies seeking to expand into Indonesia’s rapidly developing market. Read more for details on the structure and setup of these entities.
Indonesia has released its annual growth figures from 2016, which solidify the nation’s rising position in Southeast Asia. Read more for analysis on these trends and emerging opportunities for the year ahead from Chris Devonshire-Ellis – Chairman of Dezan Shira & Associates.
Indonesian trademarks and intellectual property rights can be an important safeguard for companies seeking to produce or sell goods throughout the country.
Staffing operations can be time consuming and difficult in any jurisdiction without a proper understanding of prevailing regulation. Effectively navigate Indonesia’s hiring landscape with in depth coverage of contract structuring, probationary periods, working hours, and general hiring processes.
Dans le contexte de l’attractivité croissante de l’Indonésie comme terre d’accueil pour les investissements étrangers, il vaut la peine de faire un point sur le régime fiscal en vigueur dans le pays, et notamment sur les impôts prélevés sur les bénéfices rapatriés. Les fonds rapatriés d’Indonésie peuvent être sévèrement taxé, et il est donc important de tirer parti des DTAs qui offrent des taux d’imposition favorables et des possibilités d’exemptions.
Indonesia’s middle class has been at the core of a rapid rise in consumer spending seen in recent years. Understand the opportunities and challenges of distributing goods in Indonesia with step-by-step requirements for both local establishment and partnerships
Indonesian has released updates to its income tax allowances under (PP) No. 18 / 2015. Understand which business lines will qualify for preferential treatment and the incentives that are now available.
Indonesia possesses enormous potential for renewable energy. Understand prevailing trends and relevant regulations within the industry in order to ensure that investments are fully optimized and operations are conducted seamlessly.
Following a recent regulation, Indonesian actuaries, public accountants, and appraisers must register as non-banking financial industry service providers before they can conduct services for non-banking financial institutions.
The inaugural issue of Indonesia Briefing magazine, titled “An Introduction to Foreign Investment in Indonesia”, is out now and available to subscribers as a complimentary download in the Asia Briefing Publication Store.