Investing in Indonesia

by Rosye Buray Salz



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 5/31/2016

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 330
ISBN : 9781514474419
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 330
ISBN : 9781514474426
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 330
ISBN : 9781514474402

About the Book

“Doing business in the country can be surprisingly complex. In recognition of this and out of a desire to attract investors to the land of her birth, Salz has put together an impressive guide that seeks to demystify the process.” John E. Rope “… a compelling case for anyone considering developing a business in the fourth most populated country in the world.” J. W. Bankston “The work is less about highlighting the advantages of “Investing in Indonesia,” than a compendium of requirements. Readers will learn about the steps to, for instance, acquire land or obtain necessary licenses.” J. W. Bankston

About the Author

Rosye Salz is a US citizen born in South Kalimantan, Indonesia. She is 100 percent Dayak Ngaju from the heart of Borneo and is fluent in Bahasa Indonesia, Dayak Ngaju, Banjarish, Surabaya, Manado, and Malay. She worked for multinational manufacturing corporations in Indonesia and Australia, where she reported directly to top management, leveraging her expertise in import/export regulations, procedures, banking, and documentation. She handled company licenses’ international shipments, logistics, and customs clearance and formed and interpreted letter of credits. She wrote manuals for procedures within the companies. In addition, she has extensive knowledge of Indonesian culture, has traveled extensively within Indonesia, and has an extensive network of Indonesian political and business relationships. She founded Dayak United, LLC, a USA company, to bring products from the USA to Southeast Asia, to export products from Indonesia to Asian Countries and the USA, and to help companies find products and make contracts in Indonesia and Malaysia. She has worked in various kinds of products such as generators, welders, engines, various manufacturing machineries, equipment and moldings, various kind of plastic and aluminum households and its raw materials, shoes, meat and meat products, coal and coal mines, oil block, products to clean power plants, and water to be more efficient and environmentally sound. She has learned from these many experiences, both good and bad. As Indonesia’s importance in international trade increases, she perceives a need to gather and digest necessary business information into one place, making the way easier for like-minded entrepreneurs.