Doing Business in Indonesia — first edition
Hogan Lovells presents the first edition of its joint publication with Jakarta-based Hermawan Juniarto, entitled Doing Business in Indonesia.
The publication provides an overview of the legal framework and regulatory procedures most likely to be relevant to foreign investors considering establishing a business in Indonesia. It also identifies certain legal and practical issues and risks that should be considered by companies planning to invest in or do business with Indonesia.
It is intended to serve both as a starting point for those unfamiliar with the Indonesian market and a convenient reference tool for more experienced participants.
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