TRADE, TOURISM & INDUSTRY
With close connections with foreign government officials, the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce, and foreign chambers, we are equipped to provide consultation on laws and regulations to ensure any trade matter is smooth sailing. From trade licensing procedures and financing to trade disputes, we cover any matter relating to the movement of goods and services – including but not limited to manufacturing, automotive, agriculture, and FMCGs.
We have provided assistance to the Indonesian government in dealing with Indonesia-EFTA CEPA, Indonesia-Australia CEPA, Indonesia-EU CEPA, and Trans-Pacific Partnership, by actively offering recommendations from the legal perspective, as well as related business sectors for Indonesian negotiators.
At Bahar, we have established a long-term professional relationship with high-level government officials in the tourism industry.
This year, Bahar along with the Indonesian Hotel & Restaurant Association (PHRI) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to implement programs as a joint team in developing sustainable destinations. This is a significant step in raising awareness on sustainability across the hotel and restaurant sector.
PHRI and Bahar aim to improve the performance of the ESG –Environmental, Social and Governance factors, particularly for hotel & restaurant industry in Indonesia.
We aim to offer a truly tailored service that caters to different clients in this sector. Various businesses, objectives and estimated completion times can be arranged and adjusted based on your needs in order to achieve cost efficiency, maximized business value and strong positioning in the dynamic industry.
Our projects include a comprehensive review of the business and operation of an Indian multinational automotive manufacturing company in Indonesia, and assisted as an Indonesian legal counsel to a consortium of foreign and Indonesian principals in the acquisition of one of the world’s largest single-mine coal mining companies.