Introducing Indonesia’s New Carbon Law

Indonesia’s sweeping new carbon regulations introduce a general carbon tax policy, a general carbon economic value, sector-based emission caps, and a carbon trading framework. Read more

Future of Indonesian hospitals following recent regulatory developments

We highlight the key regulatory changes affecting Indonesian hospitals, following the introduction by the Omnibus Law of a risk-based licensing regime, and a new implementing regulation on the administration of the hospitals sector, including requirements imposed on hospitals to implement good hospital governance and provisions on the rights and obligations of hospitals and the public. Read more

Indonesian Competition Authority Introduces Significant New Merger Control Guidance

In October 2020, the Indonesian Competition Commission (commonly known as the KPPU) issued new Guidelines on the Evaluation of Mergers, Consolidations and Acquisitions (the Guidelines).  The Guidelines provide much needed clarity on the interpretation of KPPU Regulation No. 3 of 2019 (the 2019 Regulation), which sets out the categories of transactions subject to notification under Indonesia’s post-closing merger control regime. Read more