Indonesia’s Law on E-Commerce: Clear Guidelines and Compliance by November 2021
Feb 14, 2020
Indonesia’s government introduced GR 80, 2019 in November 2019 aimed at providing legal guidelines for the country’s e-commerce industry.
The new law requires e-commerce businesses to obtain a business license, report taxes, and uphold consumer protection and rights.
Foreign e-commerce companies that have a significant ‘economic presence’ in the country will have until November 2021 to be compliant.
In late November 2019, Indonesia introduced its long-awaited law on e-commerce through Government Regulation 80 of 2019 (GR 80, 2019). GR 80, 2019 was issued to improve the governance of internet-based and electronic trading activities in addition to ensuring tax compliance among e-commerce businesses.
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