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SSEK presents a roundup of new laws and regulations in Indonesia across different sectors.
We summarize the key developments for Indonesia’s employment sector in 2021 and look ahead to what employers can expect in 2022.
SSEK has contributed the Indonesia section of the new Asia Employment Law: Quarterly Review of employment law developments across 15 jurisdictions in Asia.
The Indonesian Directorate General of Immigration has issued new guidelines for the granting of visas, entry stamps and stay permits.
Indonesia's Ministry of Transportation has updated its guidelines to allow both Indonesian citizens and foreign nationals to enter Indonesia through a restricted number of entry points, subject to adherence to comprehensive health protocols.
Lexology Getting the Deal Through Intellectual Property & Antitrust 2022 is a quick reference guide for intellectual property law.
SSEK. led by partner Denny Rahmansyah, acted as Indonesian counsel to POSCO International Corporation (PIC) in an equity transfer between PIC and its Singaporean holding company.
Stephen Igor Warokka is passionate about being a bridge between the business community and the Indonesian Government and looks forward to further supporting AmCham’s advocacy efforts.
Syahdan shared his insights on the changes that impacted employers in Indonesia in 2021 and topical issues such as remote working and workplace policies on vaccinations and testing.
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