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The government of Indonesia announced a new regulation in May 2012 which allows foreigners to own property in Indonesia. However, ownership has been limited to condominiums only. According to the new ...

The government of Indonesia announced a new regulation in May 2012 which allows foreigners to own property in Indonesia. However, ownership has been limited to condominiums only. According to the new regulation, foreigners must first apply for a Building Ownership Certificate (SKBG) and then they can own an apartment unit without the need to own land. The SKBG may be held for 60 years, with a provision to extend it for another 60 years. The move is expected to attract considerable foreign investment in the housing sector.

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    • Construction in Indonesia - Key Trends and Opportunities to 2017SynopsisThis report provides detailed market analysis, information and insights into the Indonesian constructionmarket, including: The Indonesian construction market’s growth prospects by sector, project type andtype of construction activity Analysis of equipment, material and service costs across each project type withinIndonesia Critical insight into the impact of industry trends and issues and the risks and opportunities theypresent to participants in the Indonesian construction market Assessment of the competitive forces facing theconstruction industry in Indonesia and profiles of the leading players Data highlights of the largestconstruction projects in IndonesiaExecutive summaryIndonesia’s construction industry has performed well during the review period, driven by strongeconomic activity and high levels of investment. Fixed investment has soared over the past decade, with itsshare of total GDP rising from 19.5% in 2003 to a high of 33.2% in 2012. The construction industry has beena clear beneficiary of this investment, and has grown by 7.4% on an annual average basis, in real terms, overthe past 10 years, well above the GDP growth rate of 5.9%. It maintained this rate of growth in 2012,expanding by 7.5%. In line with this trend, the construction sector’s share of total GDP increased from6.2% in 2003 to 10.4% in 2012. Despite some challenges, the outlook for construction is favorable, supportedby urbanization, rising incomes and government efforts to improve the infrastructure base as a part of itsambitious multiyear Master Plan for the Acceleration and Expansion of Indonesia’s EconomicDevelopment (MP3EI).ScopeThis report provides a comprehensive analysis of the construction industry in Indonesia: Historical(2008-2012) and forecast (2013-2017) valuations of the construction market in Indonesia using theconstruction output and value-add methods Segmentation by sector (commercial, industrial, infrastructure,institutional and residential) and by project type Breakdown of values within each project type, by type ofactivity (new construction, repair and maintenance, refurbishment and demolition) and by type of cost(materials, equipment and services) Analysis of key construction industry issues, including regulation, costmanagement, funding and pricing Assessment of the competitive environment using Porter’s FiveForces Detailed profiles of the leading construction companies in IndonesiaKey highlightsIndonesia’s medium-term economic prospects are positive and investor confidence is building. Withcontinued strong domestic demand growth offsetting weaknesses on the external side, real GDP growth isforecast to be in the range of 6–6.5% a year in the next two years. The forecast expansion inIndonesia’s middle class, rising urbanization and labor force participation underpin the projection ofreal GDP growth of 6–7% a year between 2015 and 2017. The government has succeeded inmaintaining a deficit consistently below 3% of GDP over the past 10 years. It has also managed to reduce itsdebt burden from a peak of 77% of GDP in 2001 to just 24% in 2012. It is partly due to improvements in thegovernment’s fiscal health that international credit ratings agencies have upgraded Indonesia’ssovereign credit ratings, with Fitch and Moody’s returning investment-grade status to Indonesia.Construction in Indonesia - Key Trends and Opportunities to 2017
    • Indonesia has attracted massive foreign direct investment during the review period, with the total rising toUS$24.6 billion in 2012. However, the share attracted by the construction sector has fallen, from a high ofUS$618.4 million in 2010 to just US$240 million in 2012. Although FDI in the construction industry has beendisappointing, domestic companies ramped up investment spending in 2012. A new bill on land procurementwas passed in December 2011. Under this law, the government is obliged to provide land and can purchaseproperty at market value, reducing the potential for speculators to buy and sell property at exorbitant rates andcause delays in projects. This law is expected to accelerate infrastructure projects over the forecast period. Thegovernment of Indonesia announced a new regulation in May 2012 which allows foreigners to own property inIndonesia. However, ownership has been limited to condominiums only. According to the new regulation,foreigners must first apply for a Building Ownership Certificate (SKBG) and then they can own an apartmentunit without the need to own land. The SKBG may be held for 60 years, with a provision to extend it foranother 60 years. The move is expected to attract considerable foreign investment in the housing sector.Reasons to buyIdentify and evaluate market opportunities using our standardized valuation and forecasting methodologiesAssess market growth potential at a micro-level via 600+ time series data forecasts Understand the latestindustry and market trends Formulate and validate business strategies by leveraging our critical and actionableinsight Assess business risks, including cost, regulatory and competitive pressures Evaluate competitive riskand success factorstable Of Contents1 Executive Summary2 Market Overview2.1 The Domestic Economy2.2 Key Trends And Issues2.3 Key Construction Indicators2.4 Benchmarking By Market Size And Growth2.5 Price Dynamics2.5.1 Salaries2.5.2 Equipment2.5.3 Materials2.5.4 Energy2.6 Porters Five Forces Analysis Of The Indonesian Construction Industry2.6.1 Bargaining Power Of Supplier – Medium2.6.2 Bargaining Power Of Buyer – Medium2.6.3 Barriers To Entry – Medium2.6.4 Intensity Of Rivalry – High2.6.5 Threat Of Substitution – Low2.7 Demographic ProfileConstruction in Indonesia - Key Trends and Opportunities to 2017
    • 3 Commercial Construction3.1 Performance Outlook3.2 Key Issues3.3 Data And Project Highlights4 Industrial Construction4.1 Performance Outlook4.2 Key Issues4.3 Data And Project Highlights5 Infrastructure Construction5.1 Performance Outlook5.2 Key Issues5.3 Data And Project Highlights6 Institutional Construction6.1 Performance Outlook6.2 Key Issues6.3 Data And Project Highlights7 Residential Construction7.1 Performance Outlook7.2 Key Issues7.3 Data And Project Highlights8 Company Profile: Pt Pln (persero)8.1 Pt Pln (persero) – Company Overview8.2 Pt Pln (persero) – Main Products And Services8.3 Pt Pln (persero) – Company Information8.3.1 Pt Pln (persero) – Key Competitors8.3.2 Pt Pln (persero) – Key Employees9 Company Profile: Pt Wijaya Karya (persero) Tbk9.1 Pt Wijaya Karya (persero) Tbk – Company Overview9.2 Pt Wijaya Karya (persero) Tbk – Main Products And Services9.3 Pt Wijaya Karya (persero) Tbk – Company Information9.3.1 Pt Wijaya Karya (persero) Tbk – Key CompetitorsConstruction in Indonesia - Key Trends and Opportunities to 2017
    • 9.3.2 Pt Wijaya Karya (persero) Tbk – Key Employees10 Company Profile: Pt Bakrie & Brothers Tbk10.1 Pt Bakrie & Brothers Tbk – Company Overview10.2 Pt Bakrie & Brothers Tbk – Main Products And Services10.3 Pt Bakrie & Brothers Tbk – Company Information10.3.1 Pt Bakrie & Brothers Tbk – Key Competitors10.3.2 Pt Bakrie & Brothers Tbk – Key Employees11 Company Profile: Pt Waskita Karya11.1 Pt Waskita Karya – Company Overview11.2 Pt Waskita Karya – Main Services11.3 Pt Waskita Karya – Company Information11.3.1 Pt Waskita Karya – Key Competitors11.3.2 Pt Waskita Karya – Key Employees12 Company Profile: Pt Adhi Karya (persero) Tbk12.1 Pt Adhi Karya (persero) Tbk – Company Overview12.2 Pt Adhi Karya (persero) Tbk – Business Description12.3 Pt Adhi Karya (persero) Tbk – Main Services12.4 Pt Adhi Karya (persero) Tbk – History12.5 Pt Adhi Karya (persero) Tbk – Company Information12.5.1 Pt Adhi Karya (persero) Tbk – Key Competitors12.5.2 Pt Adhi Karya (persero) Tbk – Key Employees13 Market Data Analysis13.1 Construction Output And Value Add13.1.1 Construction Output By Project Type13.1.2 Construction Output By Cost Type13.1.3 Construction Output By Activity Type13.1.4 Construction Value Add By Project Type13.2 Commercial Construction13.2.1 Commercial Construction Output By Project Type13.2.2 Commercial Construction Output By Cost Type13.2.3 Commercial Construction Output By Activity Type13.2.4 Commercial Construction Value Add By Project Type13.3 Industrial Construction13.3.1 Industrial Construction Output By Project Type13.3.2 Industrial Construction Output By Cost TypeConstruction in Indonesia - Key Trends and Opportunities to 2017
    • 13.3.3 Industrial Construction Output By Activity Type13.3.4 Industrial Construction Value Add By Project Type13.4 Infrastructure Construction13.4.1 Infrastructure Construction Output By Project Type13.4.2 Infrastructure Construction Output By Cost Type13.4.3 Infrastructure Construction Output By Activity Type13.4.4 Infrastructure Construction Value Add By Project Type13.5 Institutional Construction13.5.1 Institutional Construction Output By Project Type13.5.2 Institutional Construction Output By Cost Type13.5.3 Institutional Construction Output By Activity Type13.5.4 Institutional Construction Value Add By Project Type13.6 Residential Construction13.6.1 Residential Construction Output By Project Type13.6.2 Residential Construction Output By Cost Type13.6.3 Residential Construction Output By Activity Type13.6.4 Residential Construction Value Add By Project Type14 Appendix14.1 What Is This Report About?14.2 Definitions14.3 Summary Methodology14.4 Methodology14.5 Contact Us14.6 About Timetric14.7 Our Services14.7.1 Core Capabilities Include:14.8 DisclaimerAn online research report(http://www.onlineresearchreports.com/) is a one step solution to your marketresearch needs. We are engaged in the business of preparing the customized research reports on differentindustries including food and beverages, pharmaceuticals, medical, and electronics among others.We have ateam of Research Analysts with complete understanding of the current market trends and major marketplayers. Our research reports are based on the requirements of our clients; however, we also preparesyndicated research reports on emerging markets.Contact:M/s Sheela,90 State Street,Suite 700,Albany NY - 12207United StatesConstruction in Indonesia - Key Trends and Opportunities to 2017
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