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NEGATIVE INVESTMENT LIST


What is the Negative Investment List (DNI)

 

In the effort to increase investment in Indonesia and to execute the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC), the Government of Indonesia had done amendments to the provision list of business fields closed and open with certain requirements in the field of investment (Investment Negative List /DNI).

 

These amendments are stipulated in Presidential Decree (Perpres) No. 39 in 2014 on List of Business Fields Closed and Business Fields Open with Conditions to Investment, that was signed by President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono on April 23, 2014. The new decree are meant to substitute the previous decree, Presidential Decree No. 36 in 2010.

 

The new decree is divided into the three groups of business areas, namely :

 

 

CLOSED   OPEN WITH CONDITIONS   OTHERS
Prohibited from conducting any investment activities. Including goods/ services prohibited by Indonesian Law, dangerous, polluting, strategic for national security or heritage.   Business fields open with the requirement of the business, reserved for Small and Medium Entreprises and Cooperatives, required partnership, and busienss fields that are required certain conditions, such as capital ownership, spesific location and spesific licensing.   Open to foreign investmentwithout conditions
         

 

Perpres No. 39 in 2014 consists of 12 chapters and 104 pages of appendices explanation. Further explanation of the amendments in the new decree can be accessed here.


Please see below for the relevant Presidential Decrees pertaining to Negative Investment List.

Presidential Regulation No. 39/2014
Presidential Regulation No. 36/2010
Presidential Regulation No. 76/2007

 

 

 

 


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