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The Ministry of Industry has issued the latest procedures for industrial licenses application
The Ministry of Industry has issued the latest procedures for industrial licenses application through OSS in parallel with SIINas. This new regulation also applies to existing industrial licenses holders.
The Ministry of Industry of Republic of Indonesia recently issued Regulation No. 15 of 2019 on the Issuance of Industrial Business Licenses and Expansion Permit in the Framework of Online Single Submission. This new regulation replaces Regulation No. 41/M-IND/PER/6/2008 and its amendment.
Additional Cost to be paid by the Participant in Health Security Program in Indonesia
Additional Cost to be paid by the Participant in Health Security Program in Indonesia in which will not be paid by BPJS Kesehatan
As we may well aware, it is mandatory for employee and foreign employee (who has worked at least six months in Indonesia) to be registered as a participant in health and social security program in Indonesia. Furthermore, as a participant in the said program, a foreign worker could be imposed with additional charges to be paid by a participant in health services as stipulated under MOHReg 51/2018.
The New KPPU Regulation
The New KPPU Regulation on the Procedures of Case Handling of Monopolistic Practices and Unfair Business Competition
Indonesian Business Competition Supervisory Commission (Komisi Pengawas Persaingan Usaha-KPPU) has issued a new procedural rules for the enforcement of monopolistic practices and unfair business competition, the KPPU Regulation No. 1 Year 2019. The said regulation offers a comprehensive and significant changes compared to previous KPPU Regulation No. 1 Year 2010, for instance, under the new regulation, a non-advocate license holder may now appear before the KPPU to represent the Reported party through an incidental power of attorney.
THE NEW MOT DECREE ON THE UPPER LIMIT TARIFF FOR ECONOMY CLASS PASSENGERS SERVICES IN DOMESTIC SCHEDULED COMMERCIAL AIRLINES
THE NEW MOT DECREE ON THE UPPER LIMIT TARIFF FOR ECONOMY CLASS PASSENGERS SERVICES IN DOMESTIC SCHEDULED COMMERCIAL AIRLINES
MoT Decree No. 106 of 2019 on the Upper Limit Tariff for Economy Class Passengers Services in Domestic Scheduled Commercial Airlines revokes the previous decree, the MoT Decree No. 72 of 2019.
FLY YOUR DRONES
FLY YOUR DRONES: HERE'S WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW
Drones can be described as unmanned flying aircraft (where usually) carrying function and purpose to capture aerial data using any instruments, like cameras. That term may encompass both civil and military drones.
Internet of (every)thing
Breaking into IoT: Internet of (every)thing - legal views
In our country, two of telecommunication operators independently launched their own centre of excellence and business hub for nurturing and advancing internet of things, popularly known as IoT (majalahict.com, 13/11/2018).