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Italy: New Provisions on Worker Protection and Employment-Related Corporate Crises Take Effect

(Oct. 25, 2019) On September 5, 2019, Decree Law No. 101 of September 3, 2019 (Decreto-Legge 3 settembre 2019, n. 101) (D.L. No. 101), containing urgent measures to provide worker protection and financial aid to resolve employment-related corporate crises in economically depressed areas of the country, entered into force in Italy. Worker Protection Measures New […]

Indonesia: Government to Permit Extra Distribution of Subsidized Fuel

(Dec. 17, 2014) Indonesia’s government plans to issue a regulation that would permit the distribution of a greater quantity of fuel at subsidized prices, beyond the amount set in the 2014 state budget, should the need arise. The regulation would be in effect until the end of the year, and the fuel would be distributed […]

Indonesia: New Energy Regulation Passed

(Feb. 3, 2014) On January 28, 2014, Indonesia’s legislature passed a new regulation on energy, designed to gradually end the existing fuel and electricity subsidies, stop exports of coal and gas, and increase the role of renewable energy in the country. (Tito Summa Siahaan, Indonesia Passes National Energy Regulation, Set to Raise Price of Fuel, […]