GR 14/2021 revises several provisions of Indonesia’s Construction Law of 2007. These include simplifying the business licensing process and the obligation of technology transfer by qualified foreign construction workers.
Indonesia’s hospital sector is now open to 100 percent foreign investment thanks to the Omnibus Law.
Thailand’s Laem Chabang deep seaport is to begin its Phase 3 expansion that will see the port have a container throughput capacity of 18 million TEUs per year once completed in 2029.
Indonesia’s GR 32/2021, an implementing regulation of the Omnibus Law, aims to support the recent liberalization of Indonesia’s aviation industry.
Effective from January 1, 2022, Malaysia has imposed a licensing requirement on the provision of cloud services, although it will only be enforced from April 1, 2022.
Indonesia issued Government Regulation 31 of 2021 which amends several aspects of the country’s shipping law.
Vietnam’s offshore wind power industry has significant room for growth as a scalable alternative to coal imports.
Malaysia is eager to increase palm oil exports to Bangladesh as the country seeks to increase its global market share of the industry.
Indonesia will construct the world’s largest green industrial park, aiming to attract producers of high-tech and precision products.
The completed China-Laos railway can transform Laos from a landlocked country into a land-linked hub that connects the wider region.