Applicable Local Number 6 In 2010

Original Language Title: Peraturan Daerah Nomor 6 Tahun 2010

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The DRAFT of the REGULATION REGION of CENTRAL SULAWESI PROVINCE number: 06 of 2010 ABOUT the INVESTMENT with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the GOVERNOR of CENTRAL SULAWESI, Considering: a. that one of the obligatory affair that became the authority on local governance is central Sulawesi Provincial Administration Ministry investment undertaken to realize the independence of the area as the autonomous region; b. that the investment is a regional effort to manage the resource potential in order to create regional economy development and the expansion of employment so as to have an impact on increasing the income and welfare of society; c. that the investment made in the planned and systematic way by remaining attentive to the social conditions, economic and customs of local people based on specific conditions and typical of the region; d. that in order to ensure the continuity of investment and can encourage the investor to infuse capital in need created legal certainty and conducive business climate through the formation of local regulations on investment; e. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a, letter b, letter c and d need to establish local regulations about Investment; Remember: 1. Act No. 13 of 1964 concerning the determination of the Replacement Government Regulations Act No. 2 of 1964 on the establishment of the area of level I Central Sulawesi and Southeast Sulawesi level I by changing the Act No. 47 Prp in 1960 about the formation of the regional level I North Sulawesi and South Sulawesi level I Regional-Southeast (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 7 1964) became law (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 94 in 1964 Additional Sheets, the Republic of Indonesia Number 2630); 2. Act No. 25 of 1992 concerning Perkoperasian (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 116 of 1992, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3502);

3. Act No. 30 of 1999 regarding Arbitration and alternative dispute resolution (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 183 Tahun1999, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3872); 4. Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government became law (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 125 of 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4437) as last amended by law No. 12 of 2008 about the second amendment in the Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 59 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4844); 5. Act No. 25 of 2007 about Investing (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 67 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4724); 6. Act No. 26 of 2007 concerning Spatial (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 68 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4725); 7. Act No. 20 in 2008 about the micro, small and medium enterprises (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 93 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4866); 8. The Government of the Republic of Indonesia Number 24 in 1986 about the length of time Foreign Investment Permit (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 32 in 1986, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3335) sebagaiman amended by regulation of the Government of the Republic of Indonesia number 9 in 1993 about the changes to the regulation of the Government of the Republic of Indonesia Number 24 in 1986 about the length of time Foreign Investment Permit (State Gazette Republic of Indonesia 1986 number 13 Additional Sheets, the Republic of Indonesia Number 3515); 9. The Government of the Republic of Indonesia Number 44 of 1997 concerning partnership (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 91 in 1997, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3718); 10. The Government of the Republic of Indonesia Number 32 in 1998 about the construction and development of small enterprises (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 46 in 1998, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3743); 11. The Government of the Republic of Indonesia number 1 in 2007 about income tax Facilities For Investments in certain business areas and/or In certain areas (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 1 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4675) as amended by the Government Regulation Number 62 in 2008 about the changes to the regulation of the Government of the Republic of Indonesia number 1 in 2007 about income tax facilities for Investments in certain business fields and/or Daeah in certain areas (State Gazette The Republic of Indonesia Number 132 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4892); 12. The Government of the Republic of Indonesia Number 50 in 2007 about the grammar of CaraPelaksanaanKerjasama region (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 94 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4765);

13. The Government of the Republic of Indonesia number 1 in 2008 about the investment the Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia in 2008 was Nomor14, Supplementary Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4812); 14. The Government of the Republic of Indonesia Number 45 in 2008 About the guidelines the granting of incentives and Pemeberian ease of Investing in the region (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 88 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4861); 15. the President of Republic of Indonesia Regulation Number 76 in 2007 about the criteria and requirements for the preparation of the closed Businesses and Businesses that are open to the requirements in the field of capital investment; 16. the President of Republic of Indonesia Regulation Number 77 of 2007 concerning lists of Business Fields that are closed and the open Fields to the requirements in the field of capital investment; 17. the presidential regulation Number 27 of 2009 about one door Integrated Services in the field of capital investment; 18. Regulation of the Minister of finance Number 61/FMD. 03/2007 about the granting of income tax Facilities for Investments in certain business areas and/or in certain areas; 19. Regulation of the capital investment coordination board work of number 11 in 2009 about the procedures for the execution of the construction and organization of the Reporting and the construction of an integrated service of one door in the field of capital investment; 20. Regulation of the capital investment Coordination Board Head number 12 in 2009 about the guidelines and procedures for Investment; 21. The regulation of capital investment Coordination Board Head number 13 in 2009 about controlling the execution of Planting; 22. Regulation of the capital investment Coordination Board Head number 14 in 2009 about the system of licensing and Investment Information Service In Electronics; 23. The regulation of Central Sulawesi Province Area number 2 in 2008 about the Affairs of the Regional Government of the province (Central Sulawesi Provinces Gazette Year 2008 number 2); 24. The regional central Sulawesi province Regulation number 6 in 2009 about the long term Regional development plan (RPJPD) province of Central Sulawesi in 2005-2025; With The Approval Of The REGIONAL HOUSE Of REPRESENTATIVES Shared CENTRAL SULAWESI PROVINCE And Governor Of CENTRAL SULAWESI Decide: LOCAL REGULATIONS ABOUT INVESTMENT. CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this Area Regulations is: 1. The area is an area of Central Sulawesi province. 2. The province is a province of Central Sulawesi. 3. Local Government is the Governor and the Area element to the Organization of local governance.


4. The Governor is the Governor of Central Sulawesi. 5. The regional unit of the device Work further abbreviated SEGWAY is a unit of Work Devices area of Central Sulawesi province. 6. District/Town/City County is located in the Central Sulawesi province. 7. Capital investment is any form of activity invest, investor both by domestic and foreign investor to do business region of the Republic of Indonesia. 8. Investing in Land hereafter PMDN is planting capital for doing business in the territory of the Republic of Indonesia conducted by domestic investor using domestic capital. 9. Foreign Investment further abbreviated PMA is planting region to do business capital of the Republic of Indonesia that is carried out by a foreign investor, whether that use foreign capital completely or berpatungan with the investor in the country. 10. Investment is any form of activity invest, investor both by domestic and foreign investor to do business in the area of Central Sulawesi province. 12. the investor is an individual or business entity that is doing the capital investment can be a domestic investor and foreign investor. 13. Domestic Investor is an individual citizen of Indonesia, Indonesia business entity, the State of the Republic of Indonesia, or areas that do capital investment in the territory of the Republic of Indonesia. 14. Capital is an asset in the form of money or any other form that is not money that belongs to the investor that has economic value. 15. Domestic Capital is capital owned by the Republic of Indonesia, individual citizens of the Republic of Indonesia, or business entity in the form of a legal entity incorporated or not. 16. Foreign capital is capital owned by individual foreign countries, foreign nationals, a foreign business entity, foreign legal entities and/or the Indonesia legal entity some or all of its capital owned by foreigners. 17. One door Integrated Service is an activity of organizing a licensing and non-licensing who got the delegation or pelimpahan the authority of the agency or agencies that have a licensing process licensing and non management starting from the application stage until the stage of the publication of the documents is done in one place. 18. The process of facilitation of local government is the activities carried out by local governments in helping to smooth capital investment area, either in the form of granting the ease of licensing, the introduction of the location of capital investment or other activities which support the investment process. 19. The application for the extension of capital investment is the application for expansion or capital increase along with facilities to increase the installed capacity that is approved and/or add to the type of production of goods and/or services. 20. Investment Execution Permission is the permission of the Central Government agencies and local governments which is necessary for the realization of investment approval in advance. 21. The application for the change of capital investment is the application for approval of changes to the terms of the investment has been established in previous investment agreement. 22. Business license fixed (IUT) is a mandatory permit companies to carry out the activities of commercial production, both the production of goods or services as a production implementation of capital investment over a subpoena which had previously acquired the company. 23. The local people are the indigenous peoples who still hold firm and high menjujung customs and traditions are recognized and respected in the region of Central Sulawesi province.

CHAPTER II the BASIS and PURPOSE of article 2 (1) of the investment was organized on the basis of the principle of Legal certainty: a.; b. openness; c. accountability; d. equal treatment and do not differentiate the origin of the country of origin or the area of investing; e. togetherness; f. efficiency of Justice; g. sustainable; h. environmentally; i. independence; and j. balance economic progress and national unity. (2) capital investment area aims to: a. enhance the economic growth of the region; b. create jobs; c. increasing sustainable economic development; d. increase the competitiveness of businesses in the area; e. enhancing the capacity and capability of the technology areas; f. encourage the development of people's economy; g. managing economic potential into real economic strength; and h. improves the well-being of local communities. CHAPTER III of the BASIC INVESTMENT POLICIES article 3 (1) of the local Government set a basic investment policies to: a. encourage the creation of regional business climate conducive to investment for strengthening the competitiveness of the economy of the region; b. the accelerating increase in investment; and c. provide protection against employment and local communities based on Customs and traditions; (2) the basic investment Policies as intended in paragraph (1), local governments always: a. give equal treatment to the investor with attention to the interests of the region; b. guarantee legal certainty, certainty, and security clearance process has since sought to permit up to the end of capital investment activities; c. promoting the potential of regional resource potential in the field of capital investment so that it can attract investor interest to infuse capital; and d. opens opportunities for the development of and provide protection to the cooperatives, micro, small and medium enterprises. (3) the basic investment Policies as intended in paragraph (1) and (2) are arranged in the form of Public Investment Plans and Strategic Investment Plan. (4) the provisions of the General Plan on Investment and Strategic Investment Plans set by regulation of the Governor. Article 4 (1) local Governments formulate and set guidelines, coaching, and oversight in the skala of the province against the holding of a policy and planning development investing kabupaten/kota that are coordinated with the Government.

(2) the coordination, formulation, determination and implementation of the policy of local government areas of investment include: a. the preparation of areas of business that needs to be considered closed; b. preparation of the proposed fields of endeavor to consider open with requirements; c. preparation of proposed areas of business that needs to be considered received high priority in provincial scale; d. preparation of a map of provincial investment and potential resource area consists of: 1. natural resources; 2. institutional; 3. human resources; 4. micro-entrepreneurs, small, medium, large, cooperative and based on the input of regional district/city; e. Proposing the granting of investment facilities beyond the fiscal and non fiscal facilities national authorities of the province. CHAPTER IV RIGHTS and OBLIGATIONS article 5 INVESTOR investing reserves the right to: a. be informed of regional resources in the form of capital investment opportunities and maps the instructions (directory) that the existence of; b. obtain ease in hope of getting land from communities such as the negotiation process, the identification and the socialization of capital investment; and c. obtain ease in the development effort. Article 6 (1) capital investment shall be obliged to: a. keep all tax obligations and the levy in accordance with laws-the invitation; b. keep the legislation in the field of capital investment; c. respect for all the provisions of the religion and customs of the local people; d. set aside a portion of net gain each year for the benefit of the development of the community around the project investing; e. maintaining the sustainability of the environment; f. have the approval of the investment which is the principle of consent of the Bupati/Walikota as the Foundation for maintaining the permits from further technical agencies; and g. has its head office or a branch or a representative or designate the companies in the area. (2) the capital investment that violates the provisions as referred to in paragraph (1) administrative penalties in the form of: a. a written warning; b. restrictions on business activities; c. freezing of business activities; d. withdrawal of facilities or capital investment incentives; and e. the revocation effort. Article 7 (1) local governments give equal treatment to all investor, except for the investor to obtain privileges on the basis of an agreement with the Government of the Republic of Indonesia; (2) local governments provide guarantees and protection of the rights of ownership takeover action, except by statute; (3) local governments provide guarantees and shield cover to the investor to do the transfer and repatriation in foreign exchange to the region or country to another.


Chapter V SCOPE of WORK article 8 (1) All businesses essentially open to investing in the province except the closed businesses established by the provisions of the laws applicable invitation. (2) in the framework of capital investment, local authorities can establish areas of effort covered, taking into account aspects of regional resource potential, the preservation of the environment, spatial province and/or condition and characteristic of the area. (3) further Provisions concerning the field of open and closed businesses in the province is governed by regulation of the Governor. CHAPTER VI ROLE of the COMMUNITY AS WELL AS in the ACTIVITY of INVESTING article 9 (1) investment should recognize and respect the customs of the local community in the region of Central Sulawesi. (2) any business activities of the investment should pay attention to the existence and rights of local communities who are in and/or around the area of investing. (3) any capital investment business activities should provide an opportunity to the public to participate in venture capital investment. (4) Each investing in violation of the provisions referred to in subsection (1), subsection (2) and paragraph (3) administrative penalties in the form of: a. a written warning; b. restrictions on business activities; c. freezing of business activities; d. withdrawal of facilities or capital investment incentives; and e. the revocation effort. CHAPTER VII RECOMMENDATION of INVESTING article 10 (1) any intent or desire of the investment that has been submitted to the local government, considered to give recommendations to the applicant based on the provisions of the legislation. (2) the recommendations referred to in subsection (1) in order to obtain: a. permit the principle; b. capital investment Approval letter; c. the granting of Incentives; and d. the settlement further permission. CHAPTER VIII INVESTMENT and LICENSING REQUIREMENTS of article 11 (1) every one who commits capital investment in the County is obligated to apply for capital investment to local governments. (2) the Application referred to in subsection (1) is filed in writing legal enough on paper to the Governor through an authorized officer or a SEGWAY in the field of capital investment.

(3) the Application referred to in subsection (2) is attached: a. company profile which contains the deed of establishment of companies, an endorsement from the Minister of law and human rights, as well as a Number of tax Payer (TAX ID); b. recommendation of the Spatial area of the province; c. recommendations and in order to guarantee sustainable environment; and d. the certificate or proof of land ownership or land. Article 12 (1) the Application meets the requirements to be covered by Investment Coordination Team for approval. (2) capital investment Approval laid down by the Governors. (3) capital investment Approval as referred to in paragraph (2) lists the location of the execution of the investment. (4) approval of the sebagaiman referred to in paragraph (2) is the principle of consent and the initial foundation for the company to take care of the working Units of the device permissions area in the field of capital investment. Article 13 capital investment Licensing Services provided by local authorities include: a. approval of the entire capital investment than central government authority and into the Government district/city; b. approval of the whole project and the approval of new PMDN/PMA over all areas of the business which has been earmarked for capital investment; c. Approval of principle capital investment throughout the project and the approval of new PMDN/PMA above all the effort that has been earmarked for capital investment; and d. the approval of changes in capital investment. Chapter 14 Administering permits the implementation of capital investment as stipulated in article 12 after capital investment candidates have: a. the business place license (SITU); b. the permit Distractions Hinder Ordonantie (HO); c. certificate or land rights; d. Building permit (IMB); e. documents AMDAL and UKL/UPL; f. Trade Business license (SIUP); g. Mark Company List (TDP); and h. any other permissions that are associated with businesses that petitioned. Section 15 Permits capital investment as stipulated in article 13 established by decision of the Governor in a time period of not longer than 30 (thirty) days as of receipt of the petition of the applicant since who have qualified. CHAPTER IX SERVICES INVESTING the first part of the basic service of article 16 (1) of the Ministry for capital investment must be based on a good berkepemerintahan (good governance). (2) local governments should avoid actions that maal administration in the service of capital investment.

The second part of Investment approval of article 17 (1) investor that will infuse capital must apply to the Governor through the Work of the regional units of the device that serves the capital investment. (2) the investor that will infuse capital, before applying for capital investment should first conduct a feasibility study on a business interest at the County/city in the region of Central Sulawesi province were selected; (3) capital investment Application referred to in subsection (1), submitted in writing to the Governor to get pesetujuan; (4) approval of the application for cultivation of sebagaiman capital referred to in paragraph (1) and (3) consists of: a. a new capital investment; b. capital investment expansion; and c. capital investment changes. The third part of licensing Investment of article 18 (1) the investor has received the approval of capital investment as stipulated in article 17 is obligated to complete the implementation of capital investment in accordance with its business fields, among others: a. Identification number of the importer; b. plan the use of foreign labor; c. recommendations to users of Visa foreign labor; d. permits to employ foreign labor; e. facilities exemption/relief from import duty upon importing capital goods/raw materials/helper and other fiscal facilities; f. extension of permit to employ foreign labor; g. business license/business license/business license fixed expansion; and h. the licensing authority into kabupaten/kota, namely: 1. Site license; 2. grant of rights to the land/land certificates; 3. The Building Permit (IMB); 4. Permit a nuisance (HO); (2) further Provisions of the guidelines and procedures of application for licensing investment governed by regulation of the Governor. CHAPTER X INTEGRATED SERVICE of ONE DOOR article 19 (1) the Licensing Service capital investment as stipulated in article 17 and 18 were held in one door Integrated Service System. (2) the provisions on the Organization of the Integrated Service system one door is set by regulation of the Governor. Chapter 8 organizing the granting of the approval and permit the implementation of the recommendation of the investments implemented through integrated service of the one door that was formed by the local government CHAPTER XI CAPITAL INVESTMENT INCENTIVE clause 21 (1) local governments can provide incentives to growers investment capital. (2) the incentives referred to in paragraph (1) may include incentives in the tax and regional levies, as well as incentives of non local tax and levy area. (3) the incentive tax levy and regional field area as referred to in paragraph (2) may include: a. reduction of taxes and levies region; b. suspension of the obligation of local tax or levy region; and (4) non tax Incentive area or regional levies can be either: a. the provision of the means of the industrial area; b. Special economic areas and integrated; c. preferential tarrifs; d. assistance scheme-scheme; e. venture capital fund; f. payment scheme for local entrepreneurs (local enterprise finnance scheme (LEPS); g. product development assistance scheme; h. research and development schemes; i. investment development assistance schemes and marketing; j. assistance human resources development for the benefit of research and development (research and development); k. patent application Fund; and b. agreements in the field of capital investment guarantees. Section 22 (1) Incentives as stipulated in article 21 provided to the investor that has certain qualified after the presentations in the meeting that was attended by SEGWAY. (2) the provisions on certain conditions set by regulation of the Governor. CHAPTER XII the AUTHORITY, COORDINATION and CONDUCT of the AFFAIRS of the first part of the INVESTMENT Authority's recommendation and the Repeal of article 23 (1) local government authorities provide the licensing process application against the recommendation of investing according to applicable legislation. (2) local government authorities are making against the lifting of the capital investment company is not carrying out its obligations. (3) the local government memetapkan Integrated Service system one door (SPTSP) in the framework of the licensing services investing. The second section of coordination of Investment Policy of article 24 (1) local government is obliged to perform coordination of capital investment policy with the Government and/or district/city governments. (2) the coordination referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. public investment plan; b. strategic investment plan;


c. dissemination of policy and planning, development and cooperation in and/or abroad; d. promotion of investment; e. promotional investment; f. implementation of planting location; g. licensing investment cross-district/city; h. land; i. employment; j. monitoring, guidance and supervision of the capital investment company; k. coordination of integrated service system one door; and b. the coordination of the preparation of potential and investment opportunities. The third part of organizing the Affairs of the capital investment of article 25 (1) the conduct of the Affairs of the Government of the realm of capital investment undertaken by local governments based on the criteria of externality, accountability and efficiency. (2) conducting of investment carried out and coordinated by SEGWAY in the field of investment. (3) the conduct of the Affairs of the Government as mentioned in subsection (1) and (2) include the Organization of cross-capital investment district/city. CHAPTER XIII DISPUTE RESOLUTION INVESTING Article 26 (1) the capital investment in SEGWAY authorized to monitor and deal with problems that lead to disputes in the investing through team formed in so-called coordinated with capital investment task force (Task Force) the band's style can be equipped from a SEGWAY. (2) Disputes that occur in capital investment is called capital investment disputes. (3) a dispute as referred to in paragraph (1) is a dispute between local governments and the investor. (4) capital investment dispute resolution referred to in subsection (2) is performed via the litigation and non-litigation. (5) the resolution of a dispute through the non litigation referred to in subsection (4) is done through deliberation and consensus or through arbitration. (6) resolution of disputes through arbitration as referred to in subsection (5) is done through National Arbitration Bodies. (7) If a dispute referred to in subsection (5) and (6) there is a solution or can not meet the sense of fairness the parties, then it can be completed via the law. CHAPTER XIV of the CRIMINAL PROVISIONS article 27 any person who violates the provisions of article 6 and article 9 is liable on the basis of the provisions of criminal legislation. CHAPTER XV TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS Article 28 (1) Conducting capital investment conducted prior to the promulgation of Regulations in this Area remain valid until the termination of the Investment business license.

(2) capital investment Agreement conducted before the promulgation of the regulation of this area remain valid until the expiry of the agreement. CHAPTER XVI CLOSING PROVISIONS Article 29 Regulations pelaksanaanPeraturan regulation as the Governor of this region already set the longest one (1) year after the Regulatory area is enacted. Article 30 of the regulation of this area comes into force on the date of promulgation. In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of regulations in this Area with its placement in the piece area of Central Sulawesi province. Set in the hammer on December 22, 2010 GOVERNOR of CENTRAL SULAWESI, ttd b. PALIUDJU Enacted in Palu on December 22, 2010, SECRETARY RAIS LAMANGKONA SHEET AREAS of CENTRAL SULAWESI PROVINCE number: 19 2010 EXPLANATION of REGULATORY REGION of CENTRAL SULAWESI PROVINCE NUMBER of YEARS ABOUT INVESTMENT i. GENERAL one of the obligatory affair that became the authority on local governance is central Sulawesi Provincial Administration Ministry investment undertaken to realize the independence of the region as an autonomous region. The existence of the regional authority in the field of investment administration services providing obligations for local governance Central Sulawesi province to undertake capital investment regulations in the framework of legal certainty (legal certainty), the Justice of the law (legal justice) and stimulates investor to infuse capital in the region of Central Sulawesi province. Investment area is an attempt to explore and manage the resource potential of the areas of the development of regional economy in order to create employment and expansion so that the impact on increasing revenues and the welfare of society. In addition through investment can spur an increase in regional economy and can contribute to the increased income of the original area (PAD). Through regulation in the form of Regulatory region of Central Sulawesi province on Investment very implicates towards structuring the system of the investment made in the planned and systematic way by remaining attentive to the social conditions, economic and customs of local people based on specific conditions and characteristics of the region. System Setup investment referred to also as well as a means of promotion of investment opportunities will be in the region of Central Sulawesi province as a reflection of a conducive investment climate. As a means of promotion opportunities against investment and as a harbinger of a conducive investment climate, useful against the guarantee of the continuity of investment and can encourage the investor to infuse capital in areas of Central Sulawesi province. II. For the SAKE of ARTICLE ARTICLE article 1 quite clearly article 2 paragraph (1) letter a is "the principle of legal certainty" is the principle in law that the State put law and the provisions of the regulations as the basis in any policy and actions in the area of investment. The letter b is a "principle of openness" is the principle that open to the right of the community to obtain information that is correct, fair and not discriminatory about the activities of the investment. The letter c is a "principle of accountability" is a principle which determines that any of the activities and the final results from the holding of investments should be accounted for to the community or people as holders of the highest State sovereignty in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. The letter d is the "principle of equal treatment and not to distinguish the origin or country of origin area investor" is the principle of non-discrimination treatment based on the provisions of the legislation, both between the investor area, between the investor area of Central Sulawesi province with investor in other areas, such as the domestic investor and foreign investor as well as between investor from one country with an investor from other foreign countries. The letter e is the "principle of togetherness" is the principle that drives the entire investor role together in his efforts to realize the people's welfare. The letter f is the "principle of efficiency of Justice" is the underlying principle of ease of implementation of investment with emphasis on the efficiency of Justice in an attempt to realize a fair business climate, conducive and competitive power. The letter g is a "sustainable basis" is the principle that is planned to intervene over the development process through investment to ensure the well-being and the progress in all aspects of life, both for the present nor the future. The letter h is a "principle of environmentally" is the basis of the investment made by fixed notice and give priority to the protection and preservation of the environment. The letter i is a "principle of independence" is the basis of the investment done by upholding the nation's potential and the country or region with no shut down on the influx of foreign capital for most benefits to regional and national economic growth. The letter j is a "principle of balance economic progress and national unity" is the principle that seeks to maintain the balance of the economic progress of the unity of the national economy. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Article 3 paragraph (1) of the local Community based on the Customs and traditions in this provision is the indigenous peoples that are real are still there and customs and traditions are still alive as the law living in the community. Paragraph (2) the definition of "equal treatment" is that local governments Central Sulawesi province do not discriminate against treatment of investor who has instilled his capital in the region of Central Sulawesi province, unless specified otherwise by the provisions of the legislation. Paragraph (3) sufficiently clear paragraph (4) sufficiently clear article 4 paragraph (2) letter a is a closed business fields is based on criteria of health, morals, culture, the environment, defense and national security and other national interests such as the production of weapons, nuclear, explosive devices and equipment of war and businesses that are explicitly declared closed by law. the letter b is open with requirements based on the criteria of national interest, namely the protection of natural resources, the development of micro small medium cooperative supervision of production and distribution, increase the capacity of the domestic product and technology cooperation with business entities who are appointed by the Government. Article 5


Pretty obvious article 6 sufficiently clear article 7 Quite obviously article 8 article 9 is pretty clear pretty obvious article 10 article 11 is pretty clear pretty obvious article 12 Article 13 is quite clear clear enough Article 14 Article 15 is pretty clear pretty obvious article 16 paragraph (1) the definition of "berkepemerintahan" (good governance) is the service of a Government that is based on: (a) the existence of community participation; (b) law enforcement just indiscriminately; (c) openness in the service; (d) responsiveness complaints against parties who served; (e) oriented in the wider interests, either in policy or procedure; (f) aspects of Justice, where every citizen has an equal chance; (g) effective and efficient; (h) Accountability; (i) the existence of a strategic vision in the investment policy. Paragraph (2) the definition of "acts of maal administration" are actions that violate the administration procedures, both in terms of financial as well as in terms of time and place, such as the levy of service bureaucracy, inefficient and so on. Article 17 Article 18 clearly Quite clear enough article 19 article 20 clearly Enough clear enough Article 21 Article 22 is quite clear clear enough Article 23 Article 23 is quite clear clear enough Article 24 paragraph (2) letter i mean employment is the company investing in the workforce should meet the needs of opening up the opportunity to give priority to Indonesian citizen labor and should be dominated by local labor Article 25 is quite clear Article 26 article 27 quite clear clear enough Article 28 pretty obvious Article 29 Article 30 is quite clear Enough ADDITIONAL clear SHEET REGION of CENTRAL SULAWESI PROVINCE number. ...