Try to be good – avoiding corruption in Indonesia’s restructurings
Indonesia has a reputation for casual corruption, allied with a court system riddled with inefficiencies both innocent and malign. That has scared off a lot of non-Indonesians from entering the country – but it isn’t difficult for practitioners, especially on the corporate side, to build a successful practice with clean hands.
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