The corporate taxation (CIT) regime in Indonesia is governed by the Harmonized Tax Law and the CIT rate is 22 percent for the 2023 fiscal year.
Czech Prime Minister Petr Fiala’s visit to Indonesia focused on enhancing relations in key areas such as education, agriculture, and sustainable development.
Indonesia has made changes to the customs procedure for the import of digital products into the country.
A Guide to Indonesia’s Foreign Investment Trends and Key Infrastructure Projects: New Issue of Asia Investment Research Magazine
This latest issue of AIR focuses on Indonesia’s foreign investment trends and key investment projects.
Indonesia’s new merger and acquisition rules mandate assets or sales in Indonesia for filings and reduce document checks to three business days.
We discuss Indonesia’s Labor Law provisions on the termination of employment contracts and steps companies can take to minimize the risk of disputes due to unfair termination practices.
Indonesia’s Positive Investment List allows 100% foreign investment in over 200 business lines, with several incentives for priority sectors.
We discuss everything you need to know to open a bank account in Indonesia, including the necessary documents, procedure, and fees.
Indonesia and Singapore signed six memoranda of understanding (MoUs) in late March 2023 to enhance bilateral ties.
Indonesia’s large number of double tax avoidance agreements (DTAA) eliminate double taxation for businesses and consumers.