- January 8, 2020
- Posted by: Amarta
- Category: Question n Answer
To establish a foreign direct investment company in Indonesia you must first decide what business sector you are going to invest based on Indonesia Classification of Business Sector (Klasifikasi Baku Lapangan Usaha Indonesia or KBLI).
Then, you must check whether the business sector is open with requirements close for foreign direct investment based on the Presidential Regulation about Negative Investment List (DaftarNegatif Investasi or DNI). if the business sector which you are interested in is nor regulated, and no other restrictions from related technical ministries, the it means the business sector is open for foreign direct investment with a maximum foreign owneship of 100%
The legal entity of the Foreign Direct Investment or FDI company should be a Limited Liability Company or Ltd (Perseroan Terbatas or PT). The ‘PT’ company should be owned by minimum of 2 shareholders. Those can be individual or company shareholder or combintaion of both
Source : FAQ on Investment by BKPM Indonesia