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The Indonesian Netherlands Association

The Indonesian Netherlands Association (INA), is the Benelux Chamber of Commerce in Indonesia. The association aims to facilitate, encourage and support business cooperation between Indonesia, the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg, and services more than 290 members.  INA operates from its head office in Jakarta, supported by its liaison office in The Hague  (INA Nederland).

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02/26/2015 15:52 WIB

The Constitutional Court (“Court”) has handed down its decision No. 85/PUU-XI/2013 (“Decision”), declaring Law No. 7 of 2004 on Water Resources (“Water Resources Law”) null and void. Under the Decision, the Court found that recent legislation derived from the Water Resources Law mean that the state no longer has the power to control the use of water for the greater good as mandated by Article 33 (2) of the 1945 Constitution. To avoid a legal vacuum, the Court reinstated the predecessor of the Water Resources Law, Law No. 11 of 1974 on Water (“1974 Law”).

02/26/2015 15:47 WIB

The Minister of Transportation (“Minister”) has issued Regulation No. PM 3 of 2015 on Implementation of One-Stop Integrated Services for the Transportation Sector at the Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board (“2015 Regulation”). The 2015 Regulation affirms the delegation of licensing authority from the Minister to the Head of the Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board (Badan Koordinasi Penanaman Modal – “BKPM”), under the framework of One-Stop Integrated Service (Pelayanan Terpadu Satu Pintu –“PTSP”).

02/26/2015 10:56 WIB

The government recently reduced the stay period for expats in certain industries. Here’s what workers in service, trading, and consulting should consider.

Since last year, the KITAS—otherwise known as the temporary resident card for foreigners in Indonesia—has become harder to come by. The election year of 2014 was a confusing one for human resource departments across the country, particularly with the fluid nature of KITAS regulations making life difficult. Add to that rumours of an impending compulsory TOIFL (Test of Indonesian as Foreign Language) and it’s easy to see why the 65,000 foreigners currently on a KITAS may be following the developments with interest.


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A New Chapter in European Indonesian Business

On 19 November 2014, the 5th EU-Indonesia Business Dialogue (EIBD) took place in Shangri-La Hotel, Jakarta. EIBD is an annual forum that is conducted by Indonesian and European business leaders to formulate possible solutions and joint recommendations on issues affecting trade and investment between the EU and Indonesia. EIBD 2014 was supported by the Ministry of Trade of the Republic of Indonesia and co-funded by the European Union. EIBD was hosted by the EU-Indonesia Business Network (EIBN) and organized by the Indonesian business community (KADIN Indonesia and its member associations), the Indonesian Employers Federation Apindo, and five European chambers of commerce in Indonesia (BritCham, EKONID, EuroCham, IFCCI and INA).



Addressing the Right Issues from the Right Point of View

Strategic decision making is more complex for a family business than for a non-family business, especially in case of a business succession. While making strategic decisions, directors have to take into account that their decisions will affect the business, the family and the owners at the same time. Some consequences will have to be dealt with shortly after a decision has been made, other decisions will have a long-term impact. In case of a business succession, family and business leadership are at stake at the same time as well as family and business financial interests.


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Through a comprehensive set of services, a long experience and a strong network, the INA is well-placed to serve a very wide range of needs from Indonesian and Netherlands companies and persons in the various stages of business development.



INA membership offers special advantages. Most importantly, the INA staff is ready to assist with information and advice on matters like company and market information, law, taxes and networking. Also, members receive discounts on services of INA and of several hotels and other service providers.


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