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Standar Perizinan Mulai Dirancang Bagi Para Investor

27.06.2008 - 6:12 am § in PMA, Uncategorized
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  Bandung, 26 Juni 2008, The Jakarta Post – Badan Koordinasi Penanaman Modal (BKPM) sedang menyelesaikan rancangan peraturan yang akan menjadi standar dan acuan baru bagi perizinan usaha yang lebih cepat dan biaya yang lebih kecil. Kepala BKPM Muhammad Lutfi menyatakan pada hari Selasa bahwa Standarisasi baru sangat dibutuhkan untuk memberikan kepastian kepada para investor dan meningkatkan ...


Crude price hikes affect investment in RI, BKPM says

23.04.2008 - 2:00 am § in PMA
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Jakarta, April 22, 2008 - The crude price hike which happened to reach US$117 per barrel is expected to discourage investors to realize their investments in Indonesia, investment agency chief said. ANTARA News reported (PubDate: 04/22/08). "Investors will recalculate their investments if prices are now surging," Capital Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) Chairman M. Lutfi said here ...


Regional forum seeks to attract investors for RI development

15.04.2008 - 3:55 am § in PMA
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Jakarta , April 11, 2008 - As reporting by Aditya Suharmoko to The Jakarta Post (PubDate: 11/04/2008), President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono is set to open a regional investment forum in late May, designed to attract foreign and local investors in development projects across the country. The Indonesian Regional Investment Forum, which will take place at the ...


South Korea makes high technology investment in Indonesia

10.04.2008 - 7:55 am § in PMA
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Jakarta, April 8, 2008 – As reported by the National News Agency thru its ANTARA News (PubDate: 04/08/08 13:41) the South Korean Ambassador to Indonesia Lee Sun-Jin said his country has expanded its investment in Indonesia to high technology industries from labour intensive investment. "In the recent years our country's investment in Indonesia was no longer ...


INFORMATION FOR FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN INDONESIA

04.04.2008 - 6:16 am § in PMA
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A.1. Openness to Foreign Investment Indonesia encourages private sector-led growth and foreign investment. It maintained a relatively open foreign investment regime and President Megawati declared 2003 as the "Year of Investment." Official appeals for investment have not been matched by action on serious issues facing investors such as judicial reform and rampant corruption. Investors reduced investment in ...