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Indonesia New Regulation on the Utilization of Expatriate Manpower
Indonesia New Regulation on the Utilization of Expatriate Manpower
CLIENT ALERT : APRIL 2018 Practice Group: Transportation

Presidential Regulation No.

Portable Battery (Power Bank) Prohibition in a Flight
Portable Battery (Power Bank) Prohibition in a Flight
CLIENT ALERT : MARCH 2018 Practice Group: Transportation

Circular Letter from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation of Ministry of Transportation No. SE.

Port Business License Evaluation: Report to Avoid License Revocation
Port Business License Evaluation: Report to Avoid License Revocation
CLIENT ALERT : MARCH 2018 Practice Group: Transportation

To avoid business license revocation for Port Business Entities, Director General of Marine Transportation of Ministry of Transportation (“MOT”) has urged 223 entities listed as Port Business Entities in Indonesia to r

Public–Private Consultation for Free Trade Agreement Negotiations in Canada and Indonesia
Public–Private Consultation for Free Trade Agreement Negotiations in Canada and Indonesia

A consultation mechanism between government and the private sector, generally known as public- private consultation (PPC), needs to be established and maintained in order to ensure that business interests are brought to the free trade agreement (FTA) negotiating table. In the context of FTA negotiations, PPC is a two-way consultation between the government and the private sector1 that is conducted in a transparent, systematic, and continuous way through a variety of instruments.

Unboxing industry 4.0 in Indonesia
Unboxing industry 4.0 in Indonesia

The term Industry 4.0 was introduced in 2011, when German scientists and business advisors coined the term to label an advanced cyber-physical manufacturing process. The process constitutes smart infrastructure that employs today’s technology to digitally connect buildings, vehicles, workers, homes, plants, aircraft and even supply chain processes for enhancing management and manufacturing.

As we know, the key topics in industry nowadays concern multi-industry levels beyond construction and related enterprises.

Challenging the uncertainties of cryptocurrencies
Challenging the uncertainties of cryptocurrencies

Bank Indonesia (BI) has again reaffirmed its resistance toward the use of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in Indonesia. In a recent press statement released in January 2018, BI has given a clear warning to the public not to use, buy or trade any forms of cryptocurrency, and has also displayed the risks of virtual currency transactions.