The case recounts the unanticipated trials and tribulations experienced by a Canadian insurance company, Manulife, when it tried to take over its local partners stake in their Indonesian joint venture.
To illustrate the problems that a foreign company may encounter in a country where the rule of law is weak or absent, discuss and identify the historical roots of corruption in Indonesia, and provide insights into why corruption may grow in post-authoritarian states.
- DSS ( Dharmala Sakti Sejahtera)
- Commercial court
- Suharto regime
- Legal system