The Jakarta Post
In its first move to enhance the ease of doing business (EODB) in Indonesia this year, the government plans to launch an online integrated business licensing system in March.
To implement the system, called Single Submission, the government will deploy several task forces to process business permits and supervise the application of licensing checklists at special economic zones (SEZ) and free trade zones (FTZ) through data sharing.
Coordinating Economic Minister Darmin Nasution said task forces would also be in charge of a wide range of functions pertaining to business licensing procedures, from supervising to problem solving.
They will be available in the regional level as well as the national level, and support the one-stop integrated service under the authority of the Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM).
“Our target is to establish all task forces an...