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A number of regulatory changes in response to the COVID-19 pandemic have affected Indonesia’s oil and gas sector.
Indonesia's personal data protection draft law expands on the rights and obligations of parties involved in the collection and use of personal data.
There are health protocols for workplaces, markets, shopping malls and places of worship to try and mitigate transmission of the virus once they have reopened.
A draft law on personal data protection is expected by officials to be enacted this year.
Governor of DKI Jakarta Regulation No. 41 of 2020 introduces sanctions for violations of social distancing rules.
New regulation imposes VAT on digital goods and services from foreign technology companies that are utilized in Indonesia.
An update on the regulations governing the traffic of individuals entering and leaving the country during the pandemic.
New protocols for the management of workplaces to mitigate the transmission of COVID-19 and protect workers as much as possible.
The long-awaited amendment to the 2009 law promises significant changes to the sector and how mining companies operate in the country.
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