In Indonesia, there is range of options to establish a business. Due to the country’s large and young population and some other factors such as rising consumption, abundant natural resources, and cheap labor, this country offers great opportunities to foreign investors. Therefore in Indonesia, foreign direct investment (FDI) realization tends to grow.
In Indonesia, incorporation of a foreign investment limited liability company is commonly known as PT PMA. Through this legal entity, commercial activities can be conducted in Indonesia.
In Indonesia, foreign investment referred as “an investment activity conducted by a foreign investor for the purpose of running a business within the territory of country”. This type of company can be either 100 percent foreign-owned or partially foreign-owned.
It is mainly suitable for those who want to generate revenues, profit or directly engage in sales in Indonesia.
It is suitable for those who want to explore business opportunities through market research, networking, etc. without engaging in commercial transactions.
To register a company in Sharjah, certain requirements must be met by the foreign investors.
In Sharjah, Foreign investor may open a company if 51% of the company is owned by UAE national.
However, in free zones full foreign ownership is allowed. In Sharjah, foreign companies may also open branches.
Here are the following type of licenses which are required to register a business in Sharjah Depending on the type of company:
In Indonesia, entire company incorporation process takes around 6 to 8 weeks.
Doing business in Indonesia
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