Sunday, 5 April 2009

Clarify the institution that manages consultancy services

Indonesian Consultant National Union (Inkindo) said the most crucial problem in the deliberation of the Draft Law on Consultancy Services is the lack of a stipulation regarding a department or government institution that will manage the consultancy companies. Inkindo said that Indonesia has not had regulations that regulate aspects of licensing, standardization, etc, that cause difficulties for consultants to establish working relationship with their service users and to develop their businesses. Inkindo also said consultants need the support from various departments due to the variety of consultancy services.
Source: PA Asia - Public Affairs and CSR from Bisnis Indonesia, 1 April, p.i5

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