A consortium is a group of two or more individuals or companies that work together to achieve a common objective. Entities participating in a consortium pool resources but are otherwise only responsible for the obligations set out in the consortium’s agreement. Therefore, every entity under the consortium remains independent regarding their normal business operations and has no say over another member’s operations that are unrelated to the consortium. The law in Indonesia does not require using a particular standard form of agreement issued by a specific organization.
The implementation of the Job Creation Law (“Omnibus Law”), which was enacted in 2020, has made a significant change to the law and regulation in Indonesia, including the Company Law, Investment Law in Indonesia, and the Indonesian Labor Law. The Job Creation Law makes it easier to attract foreign investment to Indonesia. Following to the Job Creation Law, the Government of the Republic of Indonesia has enacted Government…
The Indonesian Government has issued a new rule for Income Tax or Pajak Penghasilan (“PPh”) for construction services, namely Government Regulation No. 9 of 2022 concerning the Second Amendment to Government Regulation No. 51 of 2008 concerning Income Tax on Income from Construction Services Business (“GR 9/2022”).