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Moodyâ€™s Investors Service raised Indonesiaâ€™s sovereign debt rating on Wednesday to investment grade following Fitch Ratingsâ€™ similar move last month.
Full Steam Ahead as PLN Targets Geothermal Power
State-owned power producer Perusaahan Listrik Negara expects to generate an additional 135 megawatts of electricity from its three geothermal power plants that are set to go online this year as part of its plans to boost capacity across the nation.
Airlines Seek Clarification on Rules for Flight Delay Compensation Program
Several airlines are still not ready to implement a new regulation that will allow passengers to claim Rp 300,000 ($33) in compensation if their flights are more than four hours late.
OJK (Financial Services Authority), New Era of Customer Protection In Indonesia
The end of 2011 has born a new era in the world of financial services in Indonesia, namely marked by the adoption of the bill on the Financial Services Authority (Otoritas Jasa Keuangan or known as "OJK") into Law by the House of Representatives.
The advocate/attorney â€“ client privilege under Indonesian Law
Question also often asked by foreign lawyers is: advocate/attorney-client privilege under Indonesian Law.
Alternative Dispute Resolution Inside The Court in Indonesia
Some of foreign clients ask me, "is there any alternative dispute resolution inside the court in Indonesia?". Foreign investors are asking this to me, given the risks of investing, including the dispute resolution in court. Some foreign investors are al