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As with all government institutions, the Business Competition Supervisory Commission (KPPU) is feeling the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. For two weeks now its staff have been working from home, and it has suspended receipt of merger filing notifications and most other face-to-face interactions. The initial measures were supposed to end today, 2 April. Now KPPU has announced that these measures will be extended until 6 April. Regular operations (including face-to-face interactions) are expected to resume on 7 April, subject to further evaluation of the COVID-19 situation.

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Wimbanu Widyatmoko is a senior partner in Mergers & Acquisitions Practice Group. He has experiences in handling various legal corporate/commercial issues, corporate Indonesian tax and international tax planning on inbound and outbound investment. Wimbanu has been consistently ranked as a leading lawyer by leading legal directories, such as Chambers Asia, Asia Pacific Legal 500, AsiaLaw Profiles and International Tax Review for several years.