Posts Tagged ‘Negative Investment List’

IFLR Energy & Infrastructure (2015) Recommended Firm Rosette

SSEK Legal Consultants a Recommended Energy and Infrastructure Firm

SSEK Indonesian Legal Consultants has been ranked as a leading energy and infrastructure firm by IFLR 1000, a leading independent legal guide to the top law firms and lawyers. SSEK was praised for its “sophisticated practice when it comes to projects, infrastructure and energy work,” with a bench of quality lawyers at its disposal. Senior [...]


Establishing a Business in Indonesia

SSEK Indonesian Legal Consultants founding partner Ira A. Eddymurthy and partner Denny Rahmansyah have contributed the Indonesia chapter of the new Practical Law global guide to Establishing a Business in … SSEK Legal Consultants is one of the leading corporate and commercial law firms in Indonesia. It works with leading international and domestic companies on [...]


Indonesia, ASEAN and Investment

With the increased interest in Indonesia and the impending completion of the ASEAN Economic Union, foreign investors are looking for a means to do business in Indonesia. SSEK discusses the revised Negative Investment List, the impact of the ASEAN Free Trade Area on Indonesia and Bilateral Investment Treaties. A new major development in Indonesian trade [...]


Indonesian Negative Investment List vs. Cabotage Principle: ASEAN Investors Afloat in a Sea of Uncertainty in Indonesia

By Stephen Igor Warokka and Shafira Nindya Putri In furtherance of Indonesia’s commitment to welcome the implementation of the ASEAN Economic Community (“AEC”) in 2015, Presidential Regulation Number 39 Year 2014 regarding List of Business Fields Closed to Investment and Business Fields Open, with Conditions, to Investment, dated April 24, 2014 (the “2014 DNI”), continues [...]

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A New Business Landscape in Indonesia

SSEK Legal Consultants’ Rusmaini Lenggogeni and Winnie Y. Rolindrawan provide an overview of the rules and regulations affecting investment in Indonesia and look at the main legal developments in the country over the last year and how they impact companies operating or investing in Indonesia. 1. What were the most important legal developments in Indonesia [...]


E-Commerce Guidelines for Indonesia

Indonesia is becoming one of the most dynamic e-commerce markets in the world. With a population of 250 million, a growing middle class and more than 82 million internet users, Indonesia is attracting the interest of more investors, both foreign and domestic. SSEK’s Dewi Mayangsari and Saprita Tahir have produced a legal guide to the [...]


New Negative List Introduces Changes to Health Investment in Indonesia

By Ira A. Eddymurthy and Alvin S. Suryohadiprojo The Indonesian Government has released a new list of business fields that are closed to investment and business fields that are conditionally open to investment. The long-awaited New Negative List, issued under Presidential Regulation No. 39 of 2014, increases allowed foreign ownership levels in several key industries, [...]

World Bank Report

Report Looks at What Is in Store for Indonesian Economy, FDI in 2014

In its latest Indonesian Economic Quarterly report, the World Bank projects slowing growth in 2014 and says that risk remains high. To counter slowing growth, according to the report, additional and more focused policy responses are needed. Looking at Foreign Direct Investment, the report says more Government support for FDI in Indonesia is needed. It [...]