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We bring Industrial data in Indonesia to you. During the difficult global conditions of 2015, Indonesia’s economy was among the top worldwide performers, due to a number of factors, including strong domestic demand and rich natural resources.

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  1. 1. Industrial Data in Indonesia We bring Industrial data in Indonesia to you
  2. 2. INDONESIA INVESTMENT HIGHLIGHT 2015. Indonesia is Southeast Asia’s largest economy with 252 million people, and GDP growth above 6% in 2014 and projected to remain above 6% for the next five years. During the difficult global conditions of 2015, Indonesia’s economy was among the top worldwide performers, due to a number of factors, including strong domestic demand and rich natural resources. Solid macroeconomic fundamentals, a stable currency and recent upgrades in bond ratings have made in Indonesia an economy to watch in the coming decade. 1. The consumer market continues to lead growth in the world’s fourth-largest country with 252 million citizens, 50% of whom are under the age of 30. 2. GDP per capita of $3,500 exceeds many of its ASEAN neighbors such the Philippines and Vietnam. 3. Indonesia is a thriving democracy with significant regional autonomy. It is located on the world’s major trade routes and has extensive natural resources spread over an area the size of the United States and comprising over 17,000 islands. 4. It is a top-ten market for U.S. agricultural products and within the top 30 overall markets for U.S. exports. 5. The number of households in Indonesia with US$5,000 to US$15,000 in annual disposable income is expected to expand from 36% of the population to more than 58% by 2020. 6. More than 60 million low-income Indonesian workers are projected to join the middle class in the coming decade, significantly increasing the already strong consumer demand. INDONESIA INVESTMENT HIGHLIGHT 2015
  3. 3. 1. Foreign Investors must visit the Indonesian market in order to properly choose an appropriate agent or distributor. Appointment of a representative requires care, since it is difficult to get out of a bad relationship. Patience and presence are key success factors. 2. Key factors affecting purchasing decisions in Indonesia are pricing, financing, technical skills, and after-sales service. Firms should be prepared to invest capital and manpower into making their local representative a first-class service provider. 3. Indonesian non-financial firms obtain nearly 50% of their financing from abroad via loans, bonds, and other credit thus Indonesian exports often depend on trade financing. Exim Bank, OPIC and SBA are all suitable providers of export-related trade financing. 4. Although it may be possible in some cases to sell directly to the government or state-owned companies, local services of agents, local offices or distributors are often critical to successful project development and to assure timely delivery, installation and follow up service needs. Most government procurement decisions favor proven providers or assurance of service based on long-established relationships. Market Entry Strategy
  4. 4. Industrial Data in Indonesia Feature IN DUNIAINDUSTRI.COM:  DOWNLOAD DATA INDUSTRI  DETEKTIF INDUSTRI  DATAPEDIA MARKETPLACE  SHARE-TO-SELL  SHARE-TO-BUY  DIVESTAMA  BIZFOLD.COM
  5. 5. Data showing portfolio flows in developing countries (emerging countries) in Asia. Total portfolio investment in the Asian region tends to rise. Similarly, debt-ridden countries in the Asian region increased from 14.6% to 16% in 2013, compared with equity dropped from 25.3% to 23.2%. ASEAN integration provides opportunities. Bigger market size – smooth intraregional transaction provides opportunity for domestic issuers to fund their financing needs regionally. There is still room for ASEAN investors to play greater role–to promote efficient fund flows regionally (Channeling regional saving to regional investment). Indonesia bond market size relative to GDP is the lowest among 5 ASEAN counties hence opportunity for market development. Therefore mitigating the risk and developing domestic financial market is critical. Indonesia doesn’t impose capital flow restriction. Need to enlarge the size of domestic financial market on the demand side. These data consist 11 pages, derived from various sources such as regulators in Indonesia. Download database industry is a new feature in duniaindustri.com featuring dozens of data options to suit the needs of users. All data is presented in the form of easily downloadable pdf so that once users perform the process according to the procedure, ie click buy (purchase), click checkout and fill out the form. Duniaindustri.com priority to the legitimacy and validity of the data sources are presented. Thank you for your trust to duniaindustri.com. If you have trouble or need more info, contact desainbagus.com, Jln Mandar Block XII DD2 No 69, Sector 3A Bintaro, Tangerang, Phone: 021-7358329. Or if you do not find the data sought, please click detective industry in the top left of this website. Data Market Bonds in Indonesia and ASEAN
  6. 6. These data illustrate the development of the global economy is slowing 2015-2016 period, the fall in world commodity prices including 8 Indonesia’s main commodities. Both of these lead to the Indonesian economy weakened, there were only 4.71% in the first quarter 2015, sustained by consumption and gross fixed investment. In addition, the inflation trend shown from 2013 to 2015. Also spelled net inflow of government bonds (government bonds), Central Bank Bills (SBI), equities from 2013 to 2015. Among emerging market currencies, including the rupiah weakened, in addition to Brazil, Malaysia, Turkey. The direction of movement of the rupiah since 2014 has gone through various external challenges quite difficult. This data is also displayed in the policy strategy of the government and Bank Indonesia to address these issues. There were 12 pages of data is derived from a variety of sources, including BPS, Bank Indonesia, and regulators. Download database industry is a new feature in duniaindustri.com featuring dozens of data options to suit the needs of users. All data is presented in the form of easily downloadable pdf so that once users perform the process according to the procedure, ie click buy (purchase), click checkout and fill out the form. Duniaindustri.com priority to the legitimacy and validity of the data sources are presented. Thank you for your trust to duniaindustri.com. If you have trouble or need more info, contact desainbagus.com, Jln Mandar Block XII DD2 No 69, Sector 3A Bintaro, Tangerang, Phone: 021-7358329. Or if you do not find the data sought, please click detective industry in the top left of this website. Data Export Commodity Prices and the Depreciation of the Rupiah
  7. 7. These data show the investment realization of palm oil plantations in Indonesia 2010- 2015, both FDI and domestic investment, a trend that is happening, and its impact on the national CPO production. Additionally, outlined incentives and investment position of palm oil plantations in government priorities. The average growth of the palm oil industry FDI realization in five (5) years of 140%, while palm oil plantations by 15%. The average growth of domestic investment in the palm oil industry 5 (five) years amounted to 145%, while palm oil plantations by 1.3%. To sustain the growth of investment, the government will build eight special economic zones in palm oil processing industry. Eight KEK it is in Maloy Batuta (557.34 hectares), Palu, Bitung, Morotai, Sei Mangkei, Tanjung Dimples, and Mandalika. As well as reviews of how the government’s efforts to simplify the licensing in the palm oil plantation sector. There were 12 pages of these data, useful for investors, financial institution, fund manager, marketing, research and researchers, academics, practitioners, and regulators. This data is derived from industry associations, BKPM, BPS, and processed duniaindustri.com. Data Investments, Incentives, and Special Economic Zones Palm Oil Plantation in Indonesia 2010-2015
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