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Podcast: Indonesia’s proposed Omnibus Law - what to expect

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21 September 2020

In this episode, G&R Airtime discusses Indonesia’s proposed Omnibus Law, which aims to consolidate numerous provisions across various industry sectors into one, overarching law. 

It is the first time that the Indonesian government has proposed this type of law. The aim is to simplify and streamline the existing legal landscape with the hope of attracting foreign investment and boosting the economy. In this podcast, we summarise: 
  • The background and rationale for enacting this new law;
  • The key areas that are covered by the proposed law and what the main changes are;
  • The current status of the proposed law and what needs to be done in order to enact it; and
  • Some of the concerns raised about the implications of the proposed law and why some commentators are opposing it.

NOTE:  this podcast and previous episodes were recorded prior to the enactment of the Omnibus Law in Indonesia and therefore the views expressed in these episodes are based on the draft legislation.

This episode is delivered in English.

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