Omnibus Law Implementing Regulations: A Mixed Bag of Labour Reforms

With the Omnibus Law becoming effective on 2 November 2020, the Indonesian government has issued a series of regulations to guide its implementation, including what we consider to be a ‘mixed bag’ of labour reforms. We highlight the key changes under these labour reforms that employers need to consider. Read more

Indonesia – Food safety rules and Halal certification

With more than 270 million people, Indonesia is home to one of the largest Muslim populations in the world. In addition to understanding the origin, contents and safety of food and beverage products, Indonesian Muslim consumers are increasingly seeking assurance for Halal products consumed by them. There is also a growing Halal industry as Indonesia … Read more

Indonesia’s New Stamp Duty Law

A new stamp duty law came into effect in Indonesia on 1 January 2021 through Law No. 10 of 2020 on Stamp Duty. The new law includes detailed provisions on stamp duty obligations as well as several new stamp duty objects. Read more