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Find out how to invest in Indonesia and learn more about applicable government regulations and policies​
Step #1: Deed of Establishment of the Indonesian-based Company (PT PMA):
  • At least 2 shareholders are required (A Director and a Commissioner);

  • The Director needs to reside in Indonesia;

  • Min. capital investment value = IDR 10 billion (approximately USD 600 thousand) including min. paid-up capital amounting to IDR 2.5 billion (approximately USD 160 thousand) at the date of company establishment.

Step #2: Check the Indonesian Business Fields Openness (positive list):
  • To help you identify which business fields which are closed, open with conditions, and open to foreign investment;

  • Foreign investors can own 100% ownership for business fields that are not on the list.

Step #3 Registering for an account at th
Who can register? A new and existing business entity (FDI) and representative office.
Step #4 Get Single Business Number
  • Log in into OSS using user ID;

  • Fill in data to obtain a Single Business Number (Nomor Induk Berusaha, NIB);

When the company completed all data, it will receive NIB, which can also be used as:

  • Certificate of company registration (Tanda Daftar Perusahaan, TDP);

  • Importer Identification Number (Angka Pengenal Impor, API)

  • Customs Access (Akses Kepabeanan).

The company will receive Business License and able to start the business.

Step #5 Get Business License
  • Business License is issued with the commitment statements for Location Permit, Environmental Permit, and Building Construction Permit;

  • The progress of those permits will be monitored by BKPM every 3 months;

  • The company will receive notification from the OSS if all commitments completed, including payment of invoices (if required).

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