Jakarta: The Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Kadin) is helping the government to formulate an omnibus law.
Input from these business actors is expected to be a consideration for the government in the context of drafting an omnibus law which will soon be submitted to the House of Representatives (DPR).
"This is from the Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs to discuss the outline of the omnibus law," said Kadin Chairperson Rosan Roeslani at the Office of the Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs, Central Jakarta on Friday, November 22, 2019.
"We will form a team to review and provide input," he added.
According to him, Kadin will form a team consisting of 11 clusters to study the contents of the proposed omnibus law. This team will start working at the end of this week and is expected to be able to help accelerate the completion of the omnibus law.
The 11 clusters cover land permits, investment requirements, employment, ease and protection of MSMEs, ease of doing business, research and innovation supports, government administration, imposition of sanctions, land control, ease of conducting government projects, and special economic zones.
Rosan hopes that the government's breakthrough through the omnibus law will help boost economy, investment, and job creation.