Guide to Doing Business in Indonesia

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Guide to Doing Business in Indonesia
27 May 2019

SSEK partner Ira A. Eddymurthy and associate Revaldi Wirabuana have written a Q&A guide to Doing Business in Indonesia.

This guide provides an overview of the legal system in Indonesia, foreign investment restrictions, currency regulations and incentives, and business vehicles and their relevant restrictions and liabilities.

Ira and Revaldi also look at the laws regulating employment relationships in Indonesia, including redundancies and mass layoffs, and provide short overviews on competition law, data protection and product liability and safety. There are also summaries of taxation and tax residency, and intellectual property rights over patents, trademarks, and registered and unregistered designs.

You can find the guide to Doing Business in Indonesia here.

Doing Business in Indonesia is published by Thomson Reuters Practical Law, which provides standard documents, checklists, legal updates, how-to guides and more.

About SSEK

SSEK Legal Consultants is a leading full-service corporate and commercial law firm based in Jakarta, Indonesia. Since its founding in Jakarta in 1992, SSEK has grown to one of the largest and most highly regarded corporate law firms in Indonesia. SSEK is recognized by independent legal directories including Chambers & Partners, The Legal 500 and Asia Law as a leading law firm in Indonesia across all major practice areas including banking and finance, capital markets, corporate law and mergers and acquisitions, construction and real estates, energy and natural resources, labor and employment, project finance, restructuring and insolvency, shipping, and technology, media and telecommunications. SSEK has been named the Indonesian Law Firm of the Year on multiple occasions.

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