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    How to Set Up a Limited Liability Company in Indonesia

    It is not mandatory for foreign investors looking to enter the Indonesian market to establish a new Limited Liability Company. Would-be investors may just invest their capital in an existing local company operating in their field of business by following standard acquisition procedures. However, for those looking to establish a new Limited Liability Company or[…..]

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    Indonesia Market Entry Models: Limited Liability Company

    There are two main market entry options available for foreign investors looking to expand into Indonesia: a Limited Liability Company and a Representative Office. A Limited Liability Company is known as Perseroan Terbatas or ‘PT’. Under a PT, shareholder liability is limited to the extent of the capital agreed to be contributed by the shareholders.[…..]

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    L’Indonésie Relâche son Ratio Prêt-Valeur pour Inciter la Croissance des Prêts Bancaires

    Écrit par : Dezan Shira & Associates  Traduit par : Roy Forney La Banque d’Indonésie (BI), la banque centrale du pays, a récemment annoncée un relâchement du ratio prêt-valeur (loan-to-value, ou « LTV ») et du ratio financement-valeur (financing-to-value, ou « FTV »). Cette décision, entrée en vigueur le 1er août 2018, réduira les obligations d’acompte pour les acheteurs de propriétés immobilières.[…..]

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    L’Indonésie Augmente ses Taux d’Intérêt pour la Deuxième Fois en Deux Semaines dans l’Espoir de Soutenir le Rupiah en Chute

    Écrit par : Dezan Shira & Associates Traduit par : Roy Forney La Banque d’Indonésie (BI), banque centrale du pays, a récemment augmenté son taux directeur pour la deuxième fois en seulement deux semaines. Cette décision est interprétée comme un effort pour stabiliser la volatilité de la monnaie du pays, le Rupiah, ainsi que pour empêcher la fuite de[…..]

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    Indonesia Relaxes Loan-To-Value Ratio to Spur Credit Growth

    By Dezan Shira & Associates Bank Indonesia, the country’s central bank recently announced a relaxation of the loan-to-value (LTV) and financing-to-value (FTV) ratios in the real estate sector. The move, which will come into effect from August 1, 2018, will reduce the down payment obligations of property buyers. The move is also expected to prompt[…..]

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    Indonesia Increases Interest Rate for Second Time in Two Weeks to Boost Flagging Rupiah

    By Dezan Shira & Associates Bank Indonesia (BI), the country’s central bank recently raised its key interest rate for the second time within a span of just two weeks. The move is seen as an attempt to arrest the volatility of the Rupiah, the country’s currency as well as to prevent the outflow of capital[…..]

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    IP Protection in Indonesia’s Food and Beverage Industry

    By: South-East Asia IPR SME Helpdesk The food and beverage (F&B) industry includes the research and development, processing, production, wholesale and distribution, including branding and retailing, of a wide range of food and beverage products. Recent research by the EU SME Centre suggests that European SMEs are increasingly expanding their business abroad, and are making[…..]

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    Indonesia Eases Tax Holiday Policy for New FDI Projects

    By Dezan Shira & Associates In a bid to attract more investment to support the country’s economic growth, Indonesia recently issued a new regulation granting a 100 percent Corporate Income Tax (CIT) cut to new FDI-backed businesses. Further, the new regulation grants tax holidays to new investors in any of the 17 pioneer industries including[…..]

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    Indonesia Targets Maritime In OBOR Investment Push

    The Indonesian Government has developed a deliberately “limited” portfolio of projects for Chinese businesses to invest in as part of the OBOR maritime routes. Indonesian Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) chairman Thomas Lembong has confirmed that Indonesia would only offer infrastructure projects in a limited number of regions as the government had found that a lack[…..]

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    Droits de Propriété Intellectuelle et Marques en Indonésie

    Écrit par : Dezan Shira & Associates Traduit par : Alan Hervé Les sociétés étrangères en Indonésie peuvent protéger leurs investissements en se familiarisant avec le paysage de droits de propriété intellectuelle (DPI) du pays. L’Indonésie dispose d’un cadre juridique de DPI très avancé répondant le plus souvent aux standards internationaux. Le pays est membre de[…..]

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