Do you know that you can enjoy a BMW X1 with a lower retail price compared to Singapore Retail Price Price? BMW X1 sDrive18i price in Singapore is S$198,888 while the same car only cost Rp760m in Indonesia. Members are offered the BMW Corporate program which will provide special benefits. Entitled to special benefits such as special lease program, special rates for purchase of BMW, complimentary Chauffeur Safety Training for every purchase of The 5, The 6, The 7, The 8, and The X7. In addition, all purchases will be entitled to warranties and after sales services, such as the 3-year warranty – for vehicle repairs, 5-year services for regular maintenance of vehicles – BMW Service Inclusive and BMW vehicle tyre insurance valid for 2 years – BMW Group Tyre Coverage. This is a special offer from BMW Indonesia for SCCI members only. For further information please reach out to SCCI Secretary or BMW Indonesia: BMW Contact center phone: 1500269, whatsapp +62 85288886269 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Members of the Singapore Chamber of Commerce Indonesia have been offered a BMW Corporate program which will provide special benefits. Members of SCCI will be entitled to special benefits such as special lease program, special rates for purchase of BMW, complimentary Chauffeur Safety Training for every purchase of The 5, The 6, The 7, The 8, and The X7. In addition, all BMW purchases will be entitled to BMW vehicle warranties and after sales services, such as the 3-year warranty known as BMW Repair Inclusive – for vehicle repairs, 5-year service for regular maintenance of BMW vehicles – BMW Service Inclusive and BMW vehicle tyre insurance valid for 2 years – BMW Group Tyre Coverage.
Investing in Indonesia: 3 new developments you should know
Singapore was Indonesia’s largest foreign investor in 2020, with total investments of US$9.8 billion, increasing by 6.5% year on year. With the recent Omnibus Law, DTA and BIT strengthening investment and business confidence between both countries, bilateral investments are expected to grow strongly in the years to come as part of post-pandemic economic recovery. As investors, professionals and business owners, it is critical to understand how these developments enhances your investments and businesses in Indonesia.
In this webinar organized by SCCI, senior lawyers from Withers worldwide will discuss 3 key developments that can help the ease of doing business in Indonesia and how investor protection is enhanced. We will also discuss how you can harness this opportunity to expand and invest in Indonesia.
The key developments are:
1) the Omnibus law;
2) the Singapore-Indonesia Bilateral Investment Treaty; and
3) the Singapore-Indonesia Tax Treaty
SCCI is a business chamber representing the Singaporean business community in Indonesia
The Singapore Embassy in Jakarta will be organising a virtual Consular Briefing for Singaporeans via Zoom on Saturday, 17 April 2021 from 11.00 am to 12.00 pm. Please register at https://form.gov.sg/606590966b94e800125448d7 for the event. The Zoom meeting details will be sent to you closer to the date of the event.
We look forward to you joining us at the briefing. See you online!
The first of an ongoing series of Webinars hosted by SCCI in 2021 on business and investment opportunities in Southeast Asia’s fastest growing economy . This webinar was held on Feb 23rd, sponsored by UOB Indonesia, Withers KhattarWong and PwC.
Guest of Honour : H.E Anil Kumar Nayar (Singapore Ambassador to Indonesia)
Opening speech : Shoeb Kagda (Chairman, Singapore Chamber of Commerce Indonesia)
Keynote Speakers :
- Enrico Tanuwidjaja (Senior Economist, UOB Indonesia)
- Joel Shen (Partner, Withers KhattarWong)
- Suyanti Halim (Tax Leader, PwC Indonesia)
- Kexin Lim (Tax Partner, PwC Singapore)