With a stable political climate, a strong domestic market and steadily growing middle class, Indonesia is one of the most dynamic destinations for foreign investment in Asia. The country is increasingly open to foreign investment, with the government committed to relaxing the entry threshold for investment and simplifying the approval process.
Indonesia has the largest population in Southeast Asia, and enjoys an abundance of natural resources, including oil and gas, coal, tin, gold and crude palm oil. In recognition of its widening infrastructure gap, Indonesia has introduced regulatory reforms, made significant investments, and welcomed funding from various international development agencies, including regional and global multilateral development banks. It is also a key part of China’s Belt and Road Initiative. Overall, the region’s appetite and need for new infrastructure are providing a plethora of opportunities for Indonesian and international players.
Our highly experienced lawyers have acted extensively for clients doing business in Indonesia. Supported by the firm’s global platform, our team provides advice in relation to mergers & acquisitions, investment, financing, projects, international trade and compliance across a number of sectors including agriculture & food, automotive, manufacturing, transport & infrastructure, and energy & resources.