Although the macro-economic picture is relatively stable, lack of infrastructure development, especially transportation infrastructure has the potential to inhibit the rate of economic growth in the future.
The new government of Indonesia who took into office at 20 October 2014 has a vision to restore Indonesia as a new maritime power by developing marine sectors and sea transportation. The new government has also plan to build and develop airports, railway tracks and toll roads. Therefore transportation as whole concept will became one of the biggest concerns of the new government in the next five years.
We see the needs of high quality legal services in the field of transportation, including airport and aviation, seaport and maritime, railways, and toll roads. The members of our Transportation Practice Group provide comprehensive, effective legal guidance to clients. With a high level of coordination and communication across our member firms, the group is the perfect partner for global, regional and national transportation companies.