The Financial Services Authority issued more than 30 regulations in 2014 covering capital markets, banks and financial institutions.
Indonesia’s development of a new Research and Higher Education Ministry should open up opportunities for partnerships.
ASEAN shipping entities face inconsistencies between the Negative Investment List and cabotage laws.
Recent government measures position Indonesia to achieve tangible results in infrastructure development.
Westernising diets in Southeast Asia could make Indonesia an attractive hub for dairy manufacturing.
The unprocessed ore export ban should be seen by foreign investors as an opportunity, as the push for downstream development is yielding results.
Indonesia’s vision of becoming a knowledge-based economy depends on its commitment to R&D spending.
International parties in the marketing sector are subject to a host of regulations including limitations to foreign investment.
Indonesia recently issued Presidential Regulation No. 38 of 2015 to improve the development of PPP projects and make PPP arrangements more appealing to investors.
Indonesia will soon implement its long awaited overhaul of the social security system.
In August, news broke on a new draft bill to limit maximum foreign ownership of plantations to 30%.