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12 Sep 2017

Indonesia update: Tariff framework for renewable energy

On 7 August 2017, the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources of the Republic of Indonesia (“MEMR”) enacted Regulation No. 50 of 2017 (“Regulation 50/2017”) governing the tariff framework applicable for renewable energy projects in Indonesia. Regulation 50/2017, which took effect on 8 August 2017, revokes the previous MEMR Regulations No. 12 of 2017 (“Regulation 12/2017”) and No. 43 of 2017. We set out the key differences between the regulations and discuss the main issues under Regulation 50/2017 in this bulletin.

18 Jul 2017

Indonesia update: new provisions on costs recovery and taxes for Production Sharing Contracts

The long-awaited amendment to Government Regulation No. 79 of 2010 on Recoverable Operation Costs and Treatment of Income Tax in Upstream Oil and Natural Gas Sector has now been released with the issuance of Government Regulation No. 27 of 2017 (GR 27/2017).

04 Jul 2017

Indonesia: Government consolidates permitting in the mining sector

The Indonesian Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (MEMR) has issued Regulation No. 34 of 2017, effective on 9 May 2017 (Regulation 34/2017).

29 Mar 2017

Indonesia: Reporting requirements on share ownership of directors, commissioners and ultimate beneficial owners (of at least 5% of the paid-up capital) in public companies

On 14 March 2017, the Indonesian Financial Services Authority (Otoritas Jasa Keuangan or "OJK") issued regulation no. 11/POJK.04/2017 on Reporting of Ownership, or Changes in the Ownership, of Shares in Issuers or Public Companies.

31 Jan 2017

Indonesia: Updates on Mineral Ore Export Ban, Benchmark Pricing and Divestment Requirements

Indonesia: Updates on Mineral Ore Export Ban, Benchmark Pricing and Divestment Requirements.

10 Jan 2017

Indonesia - OJK New Implementing Regulations on the Insurance Law

In late December 2016, the Indonesian Financial Services Authority (Otoritas Jasa Keuangan or "OJK ") issued OJK Regulation No. 67/POJK.05/2016 on the Licensing and Institution of Insurance, Sharia Insurance, Reinsurance and Sharia Reinsurance Company ("OJK Regulation 67/2016 ").

15 Jun 2016

Indonesia Update - New Negative Investment List 2016

On 18 May 2016, the Indonesian Government issued the new Indonesian Negative Investment List of 2016 (the “2016 Negative List”) pursuant to Presidential Regulation No. 44 of 2016.

18 Feb 2016

Revision of Indonesia’s Negative Investment List

On 11 February 2016, the Government released the tenth instalment of its economic stimulus programme.

21 Jan 2016

Global - Competition Round-Up: 11 January – 17 January 2016

This newsletter focuses on the competition developments in the FMCG sector between 11 and 17 January 2016, such as Coty filing its acquisition of 43 P&G beauty brands in the EU; the AB Inbev / SABMiller merger referred for US in-depth probe; and Ball finally obtaining EU clearance.

06 Jan 2016

Year in Review 2015 and Year to Come 2016 – Indonesian Law

2015 was a busy year, with a number of important new legal developments in Indonesian law. 2016 is likely to see significant changes as proposals and consultations launched in 2015 take more solid form. The Year in Review and Year to Come summarises, in four pages, a selection of the major developments last year, and major developments expected over the coming year, with links to further reading, where available.

09 Dec 2015

Taking Stock. A review of anti-bribery and corruption law and enforcement across the Americas, Africa, Asia-Pacific and Europe

Bribery and corruption represent a serious risk to all organisations with international activities. The risk goes not only to financial loss but also to commercial relationships, reputation, liability and criminal exposure. Linklaters has published a major comparative review considering the steps governments across the globe are taking to address bribery and corruption committed both within and outside their jurisdictions. In it we consider the position in 25 countries to provide a truly global picture of the fight against corruption.

26 Nov 2015

Global Round-Up: 16 November – 22 November 2015

This newsletter covers the recent antitrust/competition events in the FMCG sector. This week's newsletter covers stories in Europe (EU, Germany, Serbia and UK) and Asia (Pakistan and Indonesia).

17 Nov 2015

Global – Start date and Guidance published for new modern slavery and human trafficking reporting requirement

The requirement for commercial organisations to publish a statement on the steps they are taking to eradicate modern slavery and human trafficking in their own business and their supply chain came into force on 29 October 2015.

07 Oct 2015

Asia Pacific Competition Law Bulletin October 2015

The seventh edition of our bi-monthly Asia Pacific Competition Law Bulletin has been produced in collaboration with expert local law firms around the region: Allens (Australia, New Zealand, Vietnam), Vinod Dhall in collaboration with TT&A (India), Widyawan & Partners (Indonesia), Mori Hamada & Matsumoto (Japan), Rahmat Lim & Partners (Malaysia), Allen & Gledhill LLP (Singapore), Lee & Ko (South Korea) and Tsar & Tsai Law Firm (Taiwan). We hope you continue to find it a useful source of all the latest competition law developments from around the Asia Pacific region.

23 Sep 2015

Asia – General Counsel Update – Financial Regulatory Developments (May – August 2015)

Our latest General Counsel Group Update summarises significant financial regulatory developments in Asia. Please contact Stephen Fletcher or Gavin Lewis if you wish to discuss any topic covered by the Update, or any financial regulation issues in general.

21 Sep 2015

Global – Competition Round-Up 14 September – 20 September 2015

Topics include: EU: Commission approves acquisition of Invermik by the Bright Food Group China: Authority approves Coca-Cola / Culiangwang deal US: Competition authority approves final consent order for Dollar Tree / Family Dollar deal UK Poundland / 99p Stores merger formally cleared South Korea: Caustic soda makers in competition probe EU: Food packaging cartel fines challenged in court US: Weak Canadian chocolate evidence too ambiguous Finland: Dairy co-op accuses producer of 'abusive' pricing Germany: Almased Vitalkost resale price deal held to be anticompetitive.

18 Sep 2015

Asia – Fintech: The next wave of disruption

Fintech has taken the tech and financial services industries by storm, and is seen by many as the next wave of disruption that will change how financial services are provided and consumed. We look at what Fintech is, why it is such a disruptive force and some opportunities and challenges it presents for key market players.