Posts Tagged ‘Business License’

HOW MUCH IS THE MINIMUM CAPITAL INVESTMENT IN A FOREIGN INVESTMENT COMPANY?

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To establish a Foreign Investment Company, there is a requirement of minimum investment value as explained in the Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) Regulation. Read more to learn about the minimum investment value of a Foreign Investment Company in Indonesia. An establishment of a Limited Liability Company (“PT”) in Indonesia is conducted through capital injection…

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GETTING YOUR CUSTOMS REGISTRATION NUMBER (NOMOR INDUK KEPABEANAN)

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Customs Registration Number or Nomor Induk Kepabeanan is a mandatory permit for all traders looking to export and/or import goods in and out of Indonesia. Learn more about the document and how to obtain them. Customs in Indonesia is no longer defined as mainly the collection of duties levied by the government on imported goods.…

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Secure Your Business By Registering Your Trademark In Indonesia

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Trademark is one of the most important elements in running a business. Trademarks contains economic value and can be qualified as an asset that must be secured to ensure  business sustainability. By having a trademarks, entrepreneurs may promote their goods or services easier because Trademark will distinguish their goods and services from other goods and…

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Smart Ways to Register Franchise Business in Indonesia

Franchising is one of the fastest developing business in Indonesia, this is caused the nature of franchising which are less of risks and easy to be started. In franchising, people have a shortcut to build a business, for example, they do not need to think about product branding, managing system, or finding innovation in their…

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New Law on Plantation Business in Indonesia

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Law No. 39 of 2014 on Plantation (“Plantation Law/2014”) has been registered and immediately comes into effect on 17 October 2014. It has been issued to replace and revoke the Plantation Law No.18 of 2004 which is no longer suitable with the dynamics and legal needs of the public and is deemed unable to give…

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