In July 27, 2018, the Indonesian government enacted Government Regulation No. 36 of 2018 on the Recordal of Intellectual Property License Agreements (GR No. 36/2018). This is the first government regulation ever issued in Indonesia on the procedures for recording license agreements for copyright and related rights, patents, trademarks, industrial designs, layout designs of integrated circuits, trade secrets, and plant varieties.
Indonesia's controversial patent working requirements are now going to be enforced.
Government Regulation No. 22 of 2018 on Registration of International Trade Mark Madrid Protocol (“Regulation”) was enacted and took effect on 6 June 2018.
Find out more about the IP landscape in Indonesia and how you can protect your intellectual property in the largest economy of ASEAN.
'Intellectual Property Rights Protection in Indonesia for EU SMEs'
Webinar recording and PPT available to download
Indonesia has the largest economy in South-East Asia and there are exciting opportunities for European companies to conduct business in/with the country. To make sure you can maximise your returns however, you need to ensure your business’ intellectual property rights (IPR) are protected and enforceable while doing business there.