The government in each country sets different requirements in order to establish a limited liability company in their country. This paper aims to do a comparative analysis on the requirements needed in order to establish a limited liability company in Indonesia and Singapore, both private company and public company, and further analyze which countries’ requirements are easier. The legal research method used in this paper is doctrinal legal research that focuses on elaborating the laws and regulations applicable. The requirement to establish a company is easier in Singapore in terms of shareholders and capital requirements, and easier in Indonesia in terms of directors and company secretary.
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