While external factors have a profound impact on Indonesia's economy, only domestic structural reforms can secure the country's future economic performance.
Indonesia’s vision of becoming a knowledge-based economy depends on its commitment to R&D spending.
Defamation cases in Indonesia are governed by Chapter XVI of the Indonesian Criminal Code, which covers slander, libel and calumny.
Indonesia's economy needs a new generation of business leaders.
Indonesia enacted a new Condominium Law in 2011 but has yet to issue any implementing regulations.
By virtue of the Language Law, commercial agreements with local parties must be made in Indonesian.
Producers and exporters of furniture in Indonesia stand to gain from the country's new timber sourcing legal verification system.
Pressure is on the government to improve Indonesia’s competitiveness as an investment destination.
Indonesian demand for electronic goods makes it an ideal manufacturing base for entering the ASEAN.
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%.
Read the latest news from Asri Pancawarna as it launches a new INDOGRESS logo as well as its 2015 Granite Tile Collection at Keramika 2015.
Read the latest news from Sarinah, a leading exporter of handcrafted furniture, as it showcases rattan products to international buyers at IFEX 2015.
Read the latest analysis from Bahana Securities on the topic of the weakening IDR and its significant implications for the market.