The regulation does not say whether a bilingual form can still be prepared when the parties are all Indonesian units. We believe that, in this case, the parties may have a non-Indonesian translation or a bilingual agreement; However, the language of the government should be the Indonesian language. We also appreciate that, for certain transactions, for which the timetable is very short, both foreign and Indonesian parties require in writing to sign the Indonesian language version of the agreement within a specified period of time. We believe that this approach should no longer be considered by foreign parties, especially for high-value transactions, as it allows the Indonesian side to argue that the agreement is not valid without the Indonesian language version of the agreement. .