[Article] Change from commitment-based to risk-based licensing regime (Indonesia)
Does your company have businesses in Indonesia? If so, it is crucial to properly understand the shift from a commitment-based licensing regime to a risk-based licensing regime, brought about by the new Omnibus Law. This article illuminates the various changes to the licensing regime in Indonesia.
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