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By Bobby Noer Rahman
In DKI Jakarta province, when a party intends to sell a plot or plots of land located in an area of more than 5,000 sqm, they will first need to obtain the Principal Approval of Land Release...
By Erwin Kurnia Winenda, Dinda Karina
A joint report released by idEA (Indonesia E-commerce Association), Google Indonesia and Taylor Nelson Sofres (TNS) have revealed that Indonesia online commerce could be worth Rp300trillion (US$25billion) by 2016.
By Muhamad Reza Alfiandri, Bobby Noer Rahman
Again, the haze caused by Indonesian forest fires in Kalimantan and Sumatera has been impacting the neighbouring countries.
By Mika Isac Kriyasa, Ishak Ricardo Pasaka, Muhamad Reza Alfiandri, Antonio Adiel Nugraha
Industrial technology in Indonesia has been developing in recent years. The release from Indonesian Association of Internet Service Providers states that in 2014, 88.1 million people in Indonesia are users of the internet.
By Bobby Noer Rahman
The oil palm plantation business is one of the flagship investments in the agriculture sector in Indonesia and attracts many foreign investors.
By Citra Ayu Kusumawardhani
Have you ever experienced a case where your company deals with another party in a transaction which is required by the Indonesian law to be made in a notarial deed, such as a fiduciary security deed or land mortgage deed?
By Trijoyo Ariwibowo
The purpose of this plan is to stimulate foreign investment in Indonesia by providing opportunities for Non-Resident Foreigners to invest in the property sector.
By Citra Ayu Kusumawardhani
Despite the debates on the high rate of consumerism in Indonesian society, we cannot neglect the fact that people who spend most of their income on shopping must be protected from faulty products.
By Citra Ayu Kusumawardhani
In practice, the term ATPM is commonly associated with the automotive industry, as the massive growth of the Indonesian automotive industry which started in the early 1970s was triggered by the rise of ATPM automotive companies.
By Joshua Satyagraha
Business people in Indonesia are faced with a new controversy in the form of a number of pros and cons regarding the Public Housing Savings programme which have emerged between Entrepreneurs and the Government.
By Citra Ayu Kusumawardhani, Leonardo Richo Sidabutar
It commonly happens that a change of control, or more commonly called an ‘acquisition', of a company is followed by employment terminations.
By Mika Isac Kriyasa, Ken Atyk Nastiti
The Indonesian Standard Classification of Business Fields (KBLI) 2015 was issued in Regulation of the Head of the Central Board of Statistics of the Republic of Indonesia No. 95 of 2015.
By Mika Isac Kriyasa
Drones, the crewless mini aircraft flown by remote control and radio frequencies, are becoming increasingly popular amongst technology lovers throughout the world, including Indonesia.
By Mika Isac Kriyasa
As one of the top five social media users worldwide, Indonesians are one of the biggest contributors to information sharing on the internet.