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Penanaman Modal Asing
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Penanaman modal asing
Investment in Indonesia is regulated mainly by New Investment Law No.25 of 2007 (April 26, 2007).
Law 25/07 integrates the previous investment laws and its implementing regulations to some extent, but deals with some of the bottlenecks frequently cited by foreign investors doing business in the country. Important changes include those relating to investment approval procedures, land titles, and incentives.
Law 25/07 introduces new issues such as Corporate Social Responsibility and Dispute Settlement mechanism. Law 25/07 also introduces one door-integrated services pursuant to licensing process. The process runs from the application stage until the issuance of documents of all necessary documents, everything can now be done.
Moreover, Law 25/07 gives regencies and cities the right, authority and obligation to regulate and self-manage investment approvals taking into account the interests of the local communities.
Law 25/07 also offers equal treatment of every investor by bureaucracy reform in investment services and fiscal incentives. It shows the efforts of the government to make the investment climate more transparent.
List of document:
- By Foreign Participant:
- Articles of Association of the Company in English or Indonesian language; or
- Copy of valid passport for foreign individual By Foreign Investment Company (PMA) :
- Articles of Association of the Company and any amendment(s) Tax Registration Code Number (NPWP) By Indonesian Participant:
- Articles of Association of the Company and any amendment(s) or Identity Card for Individual. Tax Registration Code Number (NPWP).
- Flowchart of the production process and raw materials requirement for processing industries.
- Description Explanation of business activities for services sector Power of Attorney to sign the application if the participant(s) are represented by another party.
- Other requirements from the sectoral minister concerned, if any, as stated among others in the “Technical Guidance’s Book on Investment Implementation”.
- Certain sector namely mining sector which has extraction activity, energy sector, palm oil plantation and fishery, must obtain Letter of recommendation by the related/technical ministries.
- For the Palm Oil Processing Industry which does not have raw material supplied by its own plantations, the raw material guarantee document supplied by the plantation must be completed, and recogniced by the plantation Department of Regency/City Government.
- In the business sector required for partnership cooperation:
- Agreement between Small Scale Enterprise and Medium/Large Scale Enterprise outlining among others name and address of each party, pattern of partnership, right and obligation of each party as well as guidance provided for Small Scale Enterprises.
- Letter of Statement from the Small Scale Enterprise concerning that the enterprise fulfills the criteria of Small Scale Enterprises based on Law No. 9 of 1995.
Note : For the requirements at point 6 a,b,c will be coordinated by BKPM with other related government institutions .