KPPU decided Public Work Office of Makassar City violated the Law.

Friday, September 23, 2016
The KPPU Commission Case Council announced its Decision on the procurement of road rehabilitation/maintenance at Public Works Office of Makassar City in 2014 (Case of No.19/KPPU-I/2015) which found seven parties guilty for entering bid-rigging, and thus imposed a penalties amounting Rp 4.9 Billion. The announcement made by Dr. Drs. Chandra Setiawan, M.M., Ph.D as the… [Read More]

KPPU Probes Pelindo II Scams.

Thursday, September 15, 2016

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The Business Competition Supervisory Commission (KPPU) has looked into complaints about state-owned port operator Pelindo II in Teluk Bayur Port in Padang, West Sumatra. Pelindo is accused of unfair business practices by requiring port users to deal with services provided by firms it appointed. “This condition leaves business players with no options although choices are… [Read More]

KPPU Suspects Any Practice Of Drug Oligopoly.

Thursday, September 15, 2016
SURABAYA (Sl) KPPU suspects any oligopoly practices in drug price fixing in Indonesia. It seen from inappropriate price component applies today. “One of the triggers is mostly drug business actors who apply amount of distribution and promotion values to dominate production cost,” said Commissioner of KPPU Mr. Ahmad Ramadhan Siregar in Surabaya, yesterday. He said,… [Read More]

Bid rigging in road extension package of West and Central Java.

Monday, January 18, 2016
Indonesian competition authority, KPPU, announced its decision on Case No. 04/KPPU-L/2015 on Road Extension Package of Provincial Border Road at West Java-Patimuan-Sidareja, and Road Extension Package of Sidareja-Jeruk Legi in Central Java in 2013. The decision read on Monday, 18 January 2016 in Yogyakarta, Central Java Province. The case hearing, led by Commissioner Sukarmi and… [Read More]