On January 11, 2017, the Government of Indonesia enacted Government Regulation No. 1 of 2017 on Fourth Amendment of Government Regulation No. 23 of 2010 on Implementation of Mineral and Coal Mining Business Activity ...
Middle East & Africa public-private partnership (PPP) guide – Neil Cuthbert and Atif Choudhary of Dentons analyse the emergence of PPP’s in the Middle East and how selected emerging markets in Africa have recently looked to introduce a PPP legal framework. Investing inIndonesia’s waste-to energy (WTE) sector – Building a WTE power plant requires a huge amount of investment, but, with limited government funding available, other financing sources are badly needed. Veronica Situmorang, Donke Kafi and David Harrison of DK & Situmorang Lawyers explain the options.
Building a WTE power plant requires a huge amount of funds to be invested, but, with limited government funding available, other financing sources are badly needed. Veronica Situmorang, Donke Kafi and David Harrison of DK & Situmorang Lawyers explain the options.
Asia: The economic news from Asia is currently conforming pretty much to trend, with occasional unexpected strengths, such as Japan’s industrial production last week or Australia’s exports this week ...
Since its enactment in 1999, Indonesia's Anti-Monopoly Law has never been amended. The New Anti-Monopoly Law has been prioritized for enactment by the Government of Indonesia. Here's a look at some proposed major changes.
The Beijing Arbitration Centre reference a case study to demonstrate arbitration's fairness; Clyde & Co discuss arbitral awards in China and the future of arbitration in the middle kingdom; and Mochtar Karuwin Komar review mediation and explain why it should become more popular.
Made Barata, S.H. with assistance from Bobby Manurung, S.H. and Arkie Tumbelaka, S.H. of Mochtar Karuwin Komar gives an overview of mediation and tells why he believes that going forward, this avenue will become more popular.