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  • How to Open a Bank Account in Indonesia

    How to Open a Bank Account in Indonesia

    Cekindo

    02 Sep, 2014

    Bank Account in Indonesia – One of the critical things for companies or foreigner investors wanting invest in Indonesia is opening of bank account. First thing is to understand process of opening and what type of accounts exists.
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  • Income Taxation System in Indonesia

    Income Taxation System in Indonesia

    Cekindo

    19 Aug, 2014

    Global markets which were affected with crises and still many of them are still fighting for growth. Emerging markets of countries like Indonesia attract many investors and companies as despite of global conditions these markets are still growing.
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  • Process for cosmetic registration in Indonesia

    Process for cosmetic registration in Indonesia

    Cekindo

    19 Aug, 2014

    Following statistics Indonesians are spending more money for health and beauty products and this trend continues to grow. For many global and international cosmetics and personal care companies Indonesia has become an exporting market target.
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  • Overview about company registration in Indonesia

    Overview about company registration in Indonesia

    Cekindo

    17 Jul, 2014

    Indonesia is a member of G20 country, which represents major economies in the world. With a population of nearly 250 million people, Indonesia becomes the 4th largest population in the world. These promising conditions place Indonesia as a very attractive market for investment.
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  • Indonesia company registration

    Indonesia company registration

    Healy Consultants Group PLC

    17 Mar, 2014

    Indonesia is the fourth most populous country in the world and its GDP is growing at a rate of 6% per annum. Indonesians’ per capita income and purchasing power is increasing. Thus, local residents are hungry for international products and services and willing to spend on quality. After China and India, Indonesia boasts the largest domestic market in the Asian continent.
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  • Indonesia Keeps Digging

    Indonesia Keeps Digging

    Global Tax Insights

    17 Mar, 2014

    "Hard-Faced Intermational Mining Behemoth Grinds Down 3rd-World Workers." Sounds all too probable, yes? "Corrupt Government Reneges On International Mining Contracts." Sounds even more probable, and there have been lots of cases of that lately. If you don't pay the Ministers then they'll chuck you out; and if you do, you'll end up in Leavenworth. Who'd be a mining executive?
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  • Don't Kill Off Doha

    Don't Kill Off Doha

    Global Tax Insights

    25 Nov, 2013

    It's doom and gloom all around in regard to the Doha Round and even as regards the World Trade Organization itself. But these fears seem overblown. Even if the upcoming WTO summit in Bali in 10 days' time does fail to reach an encompassing deal, something will be saved from the rubble, and nothing prevents the Round from continuing other than the exhaustion of the participants. All existing agreements remain in place; and the WTO's dispute resolution procedures will continue to operate. And by the way, non-WTO trade deals quite often specify that disputes should be dealt with through the WTO. There isn't and can't be any substitute for the WTO. Indeed I'd like to see its quasi-judicial remit extended beyond trade to other fields, say tax treaties and transfer pricing. The OECD is good at constructing sets of rules
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