SSEK's Fitriana Mahiddin and Karisa Utami Pangaribuan have contributed the Indonesia chapter to Lexology Getting the Deal Through – Mining 2019. Fitriana and Karisa provide expert local insight into the regulation of exploration and extraction in Indonesia.
SSEK hosted a working meeting of foreign business chambers in Indonesia at its office in Jakarta. The meeting discussed an Indonesian Minister of Manpower draft decree listing the positions that can be held by expatriate employees in various business sectors in Indonesia.
Fahrul S. Yusuf, the supervising partner of SSEK’s labor and employment practice, has contributed the Indonesia chapter to Lexology Getting the Deal Through – Labour & Employment 2019. Fahrul provides an overview of Indonesian labor law.
SSEK Legal Consultants and First Law International are offering a compliance working session on Thursday, August 1, to help companies refresh their internal familiarity with anti-corruption legislation and develop skills that may be used to spot potential issues. This event is complimentary for SSEK clients (IDR 3 million for non-clients), but space is limited.
SSEK partner Fransiscus Rodyanto was a featured speaker at the 3rd Mining Legal Conference in Jakarta, where he discussed Government Regulation No. 1/2019, which requires proceeds from exports of the country’s natural resources to be parked at home.
SSEK partner Rusmaini Lenggogeni has contributed the Indonesia chapter to the 2019 Chambers Corporate Governance global guide. The Corporate Governance guide provides expert legal commentary on rules, requirements practices adopted by businesses.
SSEK has assisted NTT Communications, a subsidiary of Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation, and PT NTT Indonesia Nexcenter with the acquisition of land in an industrial area outside of Jakarta. The acquired land will be used for a data center facility.
Companies engaging in mining business activities in Indonesia can be established with 100% foreign investment, but they are subject to a divestment requirement, as set out under the Mining Law and Government Regulation No. 23 of 2010 regarding the Implementation of Mineral and Coal Mining Business Activities.
SSEK's Fitriana Mahiddin and Miftahul Khairi have contributed an article on “Recent Developments in Divestment Rules for Mining Companies in Indonesia” to the new issue of Coal & Minerals Asia magazine.