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Renewable Energy Law in Indonesia

“The current existing laws are mostly focused on utilization of renewable energy as sources of electrical power and fuel (bioenergy)” Presently, Indonesia does not have specific regulation on renewable energy. Indonesia is still looking forward to The House of Representative’s deliberation of renewable energy bill, as the part of priority of national legislative program 2020. The concept of renewable energy is introduced in Law No. 30 of 2007 on Energy

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Data Protection in Indonesia

While there has not been any codified national law on data protection in Indonesia, the implementation of data protection has been regulated by provisions distributed throughout existing regulations.

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The growth in the Indonesian tourism industry

The growth in the Indonesian tourism industry may proliferate lately, as the government is ambitious to be a world-class sustainable tourist destination not only about the number of tourists but also with the investment. Bali is still the number one destination for foreigners to invest in the Tourism Industry, including Property Tourism Investment in Indonesia. Gaffar & Co. Law Firm have successfully assisted Client in establishing a Property Tourism Investment

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An Investment Activity Report [LKPM]: An Obligation for PMA Company

“The purpose of LKPM serve as means of conveying report on investment realization and communication between BKPM and business actors, including the PMA Company.” Law Number 25 of 2017 on Capital Investment (“Investment Law”) has obliged all business actors to create Investment Activity Report (“Laporan Kegiatan Penanaman Modal” or “LKPM”) and submitted to Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board (“Badan Koordinasi Penanaman Modal” or “BKPM”) in quarterly. The purpose of LKPM serve

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