Establishing a Business in Indonesia provides an overview of the key issues in establishing a business in Indonesia, including an introduction to the legal system; the available business vehicles and their applicable formalities; corporate governance structures and requirements; foreign investment incentives and restrictions; currency regulations; and tax and employment issues.
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SSEK has 25 years of experience working with and advising multinationals and major domestic firms in Indonesia. SSEK is recognized as a leading corporate and commercial law firm in Indonesia by Chambers Asia-Pacific, IFLR1000, Legal 500 and Asialaw.