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Accessing the ASEAN Consumer Market: Electronic Accessories (Recent Developments and Trends)

29 July 2019

In Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand, the demand for electronic accessories has been boosted by the young demographic and the rising affordability of ICT products. Hong Kong electronics suppliers shoul...Read More

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Accessing the ASEAN Consumer Market: Toys and Games (Marketing)

22 July 2019

For toys and games exporters to expand into the key ASEAN markets, formulating an optimal marketing strategy is essential for a successful launch. Hong Kong toys companies should also pay attention to...Read More

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INDONESIA: Luxury Property Sales Tax Cut in Bid to Jumpstart Real Estate Sector

8 July 2019

The tax on the sale or transfer of luxury property priced at Rupiah 30 billion (US$2.1 million) or more has been cut on 19 June 2019 from 5% to 1%....Read More

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Accessing the ASEAN Consumer Market: Toys and Games (Market Entry Strategies)

2 July 2019

The routes to the ASEAN market are diverse and competitive. Hong Kong toys and games exporters need to consider the characteristics of each sales channel, including its location, market reach, managem...Read More

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Surging Output Sees Indonesia Wooed by Overseas Packaging Industry

25 June 2019

With the current growth in Indonesia's manufacturing being compared to China's explosive development back in the 1990s, Jakarta's recent packaging and print expos played host to a global array of oppo...Read More

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Indonesia: Market Profile

18 June 2019

Indonesia is South East Asia's largest economy and the world's fourth most populous nation. It has maintained political stability and is one of Asia Pacific's most vibrant economies, emerging as a mid...Read More

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Indonesia: Visa on Demand

18 June 2019

This page provides general information about visa requirements for Hong Kong residents travelling to Indonesia. For residents outside Hong Kong, please contact the nearest embassy or consulate. As the...Read More

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Accessing the ASEAN Consumer Market: Toys and Games (Online Sales Channels)

17 June 2019

Online sales channels, including B2C marketplaces and social media, have become a new force in the toys and games industry in Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand. Given the young and tech-savvy consumers...Read More

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Accessing the ASEAN Consumer Market: Toys and Games (Distribution Channels)

3 June 2019

Despite the rise of e-commerce, bricks-and-mortar stores are still the preferred channel for some categories of toys. In ASEAN, going shopping together for toys is a favourite activity for many famili...Read More

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INDONESIA: Government Crackdown Shuts Down 144 Unlicensed Fintech Companies

6 May 2019

Unlicensed fintech companies and platforms have been targetted as part of a new government crackdown, with the Financial Services Authority (OJK) banning and blocking as many as 144 peer-to-peer lendi...Read More

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Accessing the ASEAN Consumer Market: Toys and Games (Recent Developments and Trends)

6 May 2019

In Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand, the demand for toys and games has been boosted by the young demographic, growing household incomes, and the rising popularity of foreign animated movies and cartoo...Read More

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INDONESIA: 200% Tax Deductions on Offer to Manufacturers Investing in Vocational Schools

30 April 2019

A 200% tax deduction is to be offered to any manufacturer that establishes a vocational school or training centre in the country....Read More

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INDONESIA: Revised Regional Investment Incentive Regime Implemented

29 April 2019

The government has issued revised guidance for the granting of investment incentives by local authorities in the country’s regions, including its cities, regencies and provinces....Read More

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Soaring Indonesian Healthcare Market Woos Medical Device Exporters

24 April 2019

With Indonesia's healthcare market tipped to be worth US$78 billion by 2027, suppliers from Europe, China and the wider Asia-Pacific region are eager to establish long-term local partnerships before t...Read More

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INDONESIA: Mandatory Registration and Testing Introduced for Hazardous Products

10 April 2019

As of 14 August 2019, all electrical and electronic devices (as well as any items containing hazardous chemicals, such as rubber footwear, crayons or mattresses) need to be subjected to safety testing...Read More

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INDONESIA: E-Commerce Tax Regulations Rescinded

9 April 2019

Moves to ensure the country’s online traders had the same tax obligations as more conventional businesses have been put on hold following a climbdown by the Finance Ministry....Read More

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Accessing the ASEAN Consumer Market: Baby and Maternity Products (Marketing) podcast

25 March 2019

For maternity and baby product exporters to expand into the key ASEAN markets, formulating an optimal marketing strategy is essential for a successful launch. Hong Kong baby product companies should a...Read More

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INDONESIA: New App Set to Accelerate Regional FDI Approval Process

21 March 2019

The government has launched a new app in a bid to improve coordination between regional investment officials with regard to the granting of permits for foreign direct investment (FDI)....Read More

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Accessing the ASEAN Consumer Market: Baby and Maternity Products (Market Entry Strategies) podcast

18 March 2019

The routes to the ASEAN market are diverse and competitive. Hong Kong baby and maternity product suppliers need to consider the characteristics of each sales channel, including its location, market re...Read More

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INDONESIA: Free Trade Agreement Signed with Australia

15 March 2019

The country has now formally signed a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with Australia. Formally entitled the Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IA-CEPA), its wide remit includ...Read More

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