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IFCCI Post Event Review: Forum Group Discussion "Clear and Present Danger: Knowing and Managing the Risks of Operating in Indonesia"

IFCCI together with Hiswara Bunjamin & Tandjung organized a Forum Group Discussion on “Clear and Present Danger: Knowing and Managing the Risks of Operating in Indonesia” on 11 April 2017 at Meeting Room 10th Floor, Ascott Kuningan Jakarta.

 

 

Indonesian growth of business has always been an interesting opportunity for foreign investors. Before starting their business here, there are points that they need to know first. Some are about the civil liability of corporates and individuals under the company law; and corporate crime and associated individuals liability in Indonesia with the new supreme Regulation No. 13 of 2016 on corporate criminal liability.  

IFCCI Rendez Vous - 14 February 2017

Located in the heart of Jakarta, Chill Bar & Lounge is part of JS Luwansa Hotel & Convention Center. With a comfortable set-up of cocktail tables and lounge sofas, the rendez vous crowd enjoyed the amicable evening.

Various food options offered with selection of French cheese and wine, along with free-flow beer from Prost & Konig Ludwig.

EIBN Joint Gathering in Jakarta - 18 January 2017

Surrounded by an classic venue at Lobby Lounge Bisamena, The Dharmawangsa Hotel, the EIBN Joint Gathering hosted by EuroCham was successfully held. Around 215 members and colleagues from IFCCI, EKONID, BritCham, INA, and EuroCham enjoyed a nice ambiance while broadening their business networks at this event.

EuroCham’s, Mr. Ulf Backlund, welcomed everyone along with IFCCI’s Mr. Philippe Augier and Ms. Wina Indiarto, BritCham’s Mr. Chris Wren, EKONID’s Mr. Jan Ronnfeld, and INA’s Mrs. Sandra van Hellemondwith a toast.

IFCCI Forum Group Discussion "Indonesia Investment Outlook for 2017: A Look Back on Indonesia's Economic Policy Packages" - 11 January 2017

IFCCI organized a Forum Group Discussion on "Indonesia Investment Outlook for 2017: A Look Back on Indonesia’s Economic Policy Packages” on 11 January 2017 at Board Room, Financial Club.

 

In 2017, the investment target for Indonesia is IDR 678.8 trillion, and France ranks as the 16th country to invest most in Indonesia connoting that there is more that needs to be done to attract more French investors. In 2016, the top five sectors that the French invest in are (1) hotel and restaurant; (2) electricity; (3) gas and water; (4) industrial state and office; and (5) trade and reparation. BKPM has taken steps to make doing business in Indonesia a lot easier for foreign investors, such as the One Stop Service (OSS). Now there is also a three hour service to support the tax amnesty program available for companies and tax payers.