Indonesia has made the development of its special economic zones a priority policy with the aim of attracting over US$50 billion in foreign investment over the next decade.
The Just Energy Transition Partnership (JETP) calls for renewable energy to comprise 34 percent of Indonesia’s power generation by 2030.
Indonesia will impose a bauxite export ban starting from June 2023, in a move to shore up the domestic processing of its mineral resources.
After 12 rounds of negotiations Vietnam and Indonesia have come to an agreement regarding their overlapping claims in the South China Sea.
The Indonesia-South Korea CEPA is set to take effect, after Indonesia’s parliament recently ratified the trade deal.
Indonesia has introduced new reforms on foreign employment visas through the introduction of the Omnibus Law, also known as Law No. 11 of 2020 on Job Creation.
The UK is seeking to forge greater economic ties with the Indo-Pacific and Indonesia is among its key partners in Southeast Asia.
Indonesia’s Ministry of Manpower announced that minimum wages across the country will increase by a maximum of 10 percent for 2023.
Foreign workers in Indonesia on short-term work permits are now required to obtain health insurance.
Indonesia’s Directorate General of Immigration officially relaunched the multiple entry visa service on November 28, 2022.