The limited liability company (local PT or foreign PT PMA) in Indonesia is regulated under law number 40 of 2007 (Company Law). The Company Law sets the minimum establishment requirements for a limited liability company, but does not regulate the different company types for limited liability companies in Indonesia. These are regulated in law number 20 of 2008 (SME Law) which essentially differentiates micro companies, small companies, medium companies and large companies. This column will discuss the differences in company types in Indonesia.
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Both a foreign investment limited liability company (PT PMA) and local investment limited liability company (PT) must be established by two or more shareholders according to Article 7 of law number 40 of 2007 (Company Law). The shareholders can be individuals and/or legal entities of foreign or Indonesian nationality. In this column we will deepen the minimum requirements as set by the Company Law for shareholders in foreign and local limited liability companies.
The establishment of a foreign investment company in Indonesia is partially regulated by law number 40 of 2007 (Company Law) regarding limited liability companies. The Company Law provides the general corporate requirements for the establishment of both a foreign investment limited liability company (PT PMA) and a local investment limited liability company (PT). In this column we will discuss the establishment requirements for a foreign investment limited liability company (foreign investment company) in Indonesia as regulated in the Company Law.
Establishment of a company in Indonesia is done through a foreign investment and is subject to specific establishment requirements. A foreign investment is by law 25 of 2007 (Investment Law) defined as an investing activity conducted by a foreign investor for running a business inside Indonesia (including company establishment). Such foreign investment can be conducted either by using 100% foreign capital (which is subject to certain restrictions) or by partially using domestic capital. A foreign investor can be a foreign person, a foreign company or a foreign government body.
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