Individual residents or corporations are subject to a wide variety of taxes in Indonesia from corporate income tax, personal income tax, value added tax to luxury tax.
The Indonesian government introduced three new regulations for the country’s mining sector.
Reg. 69 includes provisions on certain aspects for insurance businesses.
For Indonesia, the recent US Presidential elections present an opportunity for the country.
Indonesia’s tea industry has seen increased demand in recent years despite industry challenges.
Indonesia’s cosmetic sector has grown rapidly in recent years backed by a large domestic market.
The demand for Islamic clothing has encouraged the rapid growth of the Muslim fashion industry in Indonesia.
Indonesia's coal sector has been hit hard in recent years following the fall in commodity prices.
Indonesia's sportswear industry has seen an increase in export sales and foreign investment.
On 16th June 2016, Bank Indonesia announced that it would cut interest rates by 0.25% to a benchmark rate of 6.5%.
Indonesia is considering a consolidation of its state-owned banks to compete within the AEC.