Asia-Pacific

Nov 3, 2010

Indonesian e-commerce held back by uncertain laws

Investment in Indonesia’s digital economy is being held back by the country’s uncertain legal framework, according to one of the region’s leading experts in internet law.

Stilgherrian — Technology writer and broadcaster

Stilgherrian

Technology writer and broadcaster

Investment in Indonesia’s digital economy is being held back by the country’s uncertain legal framework, according to one of the region’s leading experts in internet law. But Facebook is making a difference.

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  1. Shane Bennett

    I’d say another reason for reduced e-commerce would be the constant risk of credit card fraud and/or dodgy companies who set up Ali Baba/online shopping websites and take your money before disappearing off the face of the earth.

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