Companies in Indonesia, whether local or foreign-owned, seeking to send their goods abroad are subject to a set of defined export procedures.
Although it has existed since the Dutch colonial period, the fate of the Indonesian sugar industry is not as sweet as its product.
The Indonesian government announced its ninth economic policy package including measures to stabilise beef supply and prices.
Indonesia's government has now begun to pay more attention to the local palm oil industry.
Indonesia’s family-owned businesses stand to play an outsized role in the future of global business.
ICT solutions can help businesses boost productivity while having to contend with a lack of infrastructure.
Internet usage in Indonesia has soared in recent years, driven by Indonesia’s young, tech-savvy population.
Indonesia appears set to issue a revised Negative Investment List in the coming months.
Indonesia is now displaying a sense of urgency in addressing its economic travails.
Indonesia intends to revive long-dormant negotiations to finalise a Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement with the European Union.
Indonesia now faces the reality of extensive regional integration brought about by the ASEAN Economic Community.