In general, Indonesia's Antimonopoly Law prohibits resale price maintenance in the form of a minimum resale price. The Antimonopoly Law does not prohibit resale price maintenance in the form of maximum resale price or specified resale price.
Indonesia's Bankruptcy Law stipulates that the fees for Administrators and Receivers are decided after the bankruptcy or the Suspension of Debt Payment is concluded. While there is some subjectivity in determining the fees of Administrators and Receivers, the fees must follow the guidelines set by the Ministry of Law and Human Rights.
Anti-corruption compliance is rightly a focus of companies operating in Indonesia. One of the more interesting questions for such companies, particularly foreign investment companies, is whether the company and/or individual company directors can be prosecuted for corruption as a result of the actions of employees.
What are the legal sources that set out the antitrust law applicable to vertical restraints? The applicable legal source in Indonesia that set out the antitrust law applicable to vertical restraints is Law No. 5 of 1999 regarding the Prohibition of Monopolistic Practices and Unfair Business Competition (the "Antimonopoly Law").
Indonesia's new Negative Investment List has introduced a number of regulatory changes seen as an attempt to boost capital inflows in some areas of the economy while closing others to foreign companies.