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  1. edykarman

    Business opportunity in west bali

  2. M

    Starting a 100% Foreign owned PMA

    Hello, we are looking to start up a 100% foreign owned PMA for a new business. This business will be a small scale guesthouse with 10 rooms. We would like to invest 100.000 US$ for this. We read it's getting more complicated to achieve this with only this small investment, that you...
  3. balinews

    Bali set to become IT hub

    When David Magson came up with the idea of running a software company out of an island better known for its beaches, he had to live with the inevitable sceptical comments about Silicon Bali. But now, having ridden the mining boom and the IT-driven cost-cutting era in corporate Australia, his...
  4. N

    Looking for co-investors here in Bali

    Hello I am looking for co-investors for my unique and very promising project related to IT field here in Bali. if you are interested you can send me a private message which is a better option to public one or send to my e-mail: nerbares at gmail
  5. balinews

    Australians making big investments in Bali

    An unnamed investor from Australia is planning to invest Rp 10 billion ($763,000) to open a restaurant in Bali following a foreigner-friendly revision of Indonesia's negative investment list, according to the Investment Coordinating Board, or BKPM. The list — which is known by its Indonesian...
  6. balinews

    Surabaya to become alcohol free city

    The second-largest city in Indonesia, Surabaya, has approved a bylaw that bans the production, distribution and consumption of alcoholic beverages. “If in three months [Governor] Soekarwo does not respond to this bylaw, it would be enacted directly in Surabaya. The bylaw does not contradict...
  7. H

    Resort For Sale, Bon Nyuh Bungalows.

    Regretfully we are placing our family resort up for sale. $550,000.00 Australian dollars. Currently Hak Milak with wonderful Nominee. Resort would suit many options eg. family, 2 family investment, yoga retreat. 17 Are of land (approximate ½ acre). IMB and Ponduk Wisata License...
  8. I

    Pamp Suisse and Perth Mint Gold Bars For Sale

    One Pamp Suisse 1 oz .9999 and one Perth Mint 1 oz .9999 gold bar for sale. Serious buyers only. Prices non negotiable. Comes with original packaging and receipt of purchase. Testing allowed as long as it doesn't damage the bars. Price each: 1050$ 13,870,500 juta 929 euros 081511099636
  9. Markit

    Legal Nominee Agreements Anyone?

    Over the years I've had to listen time and again to some supercilious asshole know-it-alls (other than me) telling us all how generally stupid, illegal and unenforceable the favored "nominee" land purchase agreement is. I would love to hear their explanation of this case...
  10. SHoggard

    Instant noodles and formula milk are 'making babies gay' says Mayor

    A city mayor in Indonesia has come under fire for suggesting instant noodles and formula milk are 'making babies gay'. Arief R Wismansyah made the bizarre claim during a pregnancy seminar in the city, located to the west of Jakarta, earlier this week. Instant noodles and formula milk are...
  11. spicyayam

    Court overturns acquittal in Neil Bantleman sex abuse case

    Canadian teacher Neil Bantleman sex abuse acquittal overturned in Indonesia | I am surprised he didn't try to get out of the country on a fishing boat when he had the chance.
  12. balinews

    New levy on plastic bags

    High quality global journalism requires investment. Please share this article with others using the link below, do not cut & paste the article. See our Ts&Cs and Copyright Policy for more detail. Email to buy additional rights. Access Denied Indonesia, the world’s...
  13. spicyayam

    Just maybe

    With the new investment laws allowing foreign investment into toll roads, maybe this plan will have a better chance of getting finished. Bentuk Tol Denpasar-Buleleng Seperti Huruf Y - Tribun Bali
  14. balinews

    New industries open to foreign investment

    Indonesia on Thursday eased foreign investment restrictions for dozens of industries in what President Joko Widodo has described as a "Big Bang" liberalisation of Southeast Asia's largest economy. Indonesia relaxed rules for international firms in various sectors, including agriculture...
  15. balinews

    Indonesian government set to woo foreign investment

    Facing an economic slowdown, the Indonesian government is set to revamp laws on foreign ownership in certain sectors, starting with tourism investments. To many foreigners, doing business in Indonesia has long been an attractive opportunity. The country is strengthening in terms of spending...
  16. balinews

    Indonesia extends property lease length to foreigners

    Indonesia has allowed foreigners to own houses for up to 80 years in an effort to show a friendlier face to people who might come and bring investment with them. The Cabinet Secretariat said on its website on Tuesday that President Joko Widodo signed a regulation late last year giving...
  17. balinews

    Indonesia's airline ranked lowest in the world

    Indonesia's accident-plagued aviation industry has more airlines with the lowest safety ranking than any other country in the world according to an annual survey. The plane safety rating website surveyed 407 of the world's major airlines, giving each a safety score out of...
  18. Markit

    Lithographs or Good Copies of Walter Spies Painting?

    Anyone know where I can get some of the above. Particularly the night time paintings, but really any of Bali.
  19. balinews

    Bali property market remains strong

    Bali is eclipsing glamour destinations such as Ibiza and Mustique when it comes to real estate investment performance. With villas on the market for up to $US11.5 million ($16m), Semin*yak remains the most popular precinct on the so-called island of the gods, earning villa owners gross...
  20. spicyayam

    General feeling of uncertainty

    I was wondering if anyone gets the feeling Indonesia might be facing some tough times ahead with regards to business outlook. Rupiah is down, and the government seems to be doing anything they can to stop foreigners from working here. A huge amount of bad press in general about Bali/Indonesia...