In the era of global trade, when thousands of Indonesian companies need to expand their business abroad and vice versa where foreign companies or PMA from hundreds of countries in the world want to invest and even collaborate with Indonesian entities, the unavailability of lawyers or legal practitioners who are skillfully sufficient to meet market needs is certainly a problem that requires an immediate solution. Among hundreds of thousands of Indonesian registered lawyers in our professional institutions and even millions of Indonesian law graduates, it turns out that there are no more than 100 (one hundred) legal professionals who have the ability, understanding, and mastering the field of international law, especially in economic law, maybe even no more than 10 (ten) law offices with overseas networks.
Inequality and gaps that are so large are certainly realized and immediately followed up by JIMLY SCHOOL OF LAW AND GOVERNMENT (JSLG) in collaboration with ARIF EDISON INTERNATIONAL LAWYER (AEL) by opening a special LEGAL ENGLISH training class to improve skills for business owner, professionals, and top management in all companies in Indonesia, bearing in mind that Indonesia stands as the only non-english country in Southeast Asia.
Lastly, our discernment of latest survey that Indonesia will hit its pike of productive age by 2030 and subsequently place itself as the fifth biggest economic country in the world has inspired us to proudly present this invaluable course as an investment for your future life, business and career. This courses is supported by INDONESIA INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION CENTER (INIAC).
Tax is a source of state revenue to finance general government expenditures. In fact not everyone understands about taxes, especially in the law, even there are still many citizens who do not comply because they do not understand the procedures or calculations of their tax obligation. Tax disputes often arise in Indonesia involving well-known corporations/companies in Indonesia, such as Tax Bribery Case where there are many corporations still committed to it in order to reduce tax payments. According to Indonesia Corruption Watch (ICW) as of March 8, 2021, there were 165 companies identified as having high potential tax collections, but only three were investigated, namely PT Jhonlin Baratama, Panin Bank, and PT Gunung Madu Plantations. PT Jhonlin Baratama which is known to be owned by a major mining entrepreneur.
This class is certainly very useful for both business owners and professionals to improve their knowledge and skill in dealing with tax disputes.
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