Public-private partnerships (PPPs) interest infrastructure investors in Indonesia for a number of reasons. There are advantages to the PPP scheme, including the availability of government support and guarantees for the relevant infrastructure project.
Continued growth in electronic transactions has resulted in electronic signatures, or e-signatures, becoming more common in daily transactions. SSEK discusses the use and applicability of e-signatures in Indonesia and the relevant regulations under Indonesian law.
SSEK's Michael S. Carl is a scheduled speaker at the 12th Annual China Nickel Conference in Shanghai. Michael will offer a legal perspective on building smelters in Indonesia, touching on topics such as foreign investment policies, licensing and dealing with the government and the community.
Compliance is an important issue for foreign investment companies doing business in Indonesia. As international organizations, foreign investment companies are not only required to comply with the laws and regulations of the country of origin of their parent companies but also with relevant laws and regulations in Indonesia.
SSEK founding partner Ira A. Eddymurthy was a featured speaker at an oil and gas seminar organized by Petromindo.com. The seminar, "Minister of Trade Regulation on the Export of Oil and Gas and the Use of Letter of Credit: Opportunities and Challenges for Business Actors," was held on Tuesday, March 10.
SSEK Legal Consultants and Deloitte hosted a Lunar New Year Gathering on Friday, March 6, for members of the Chinese business community in Indonesia. SSEK offered a legal perspective on foreign direct investment in Indonesia.