Indonesia is receiving a steadily increasing stream of visitors, but it is still lagging behind regional competitors in terms of number of tourists. To gain visibility on Internet, attract more visitors in individual hotels and for the Indonesian hospitality sector as a whole, it is critical to take advantage of technology and social media.
Indonesia is the economic powerhouse of Southeast Asia, representing about 40% of its overall population and GDP, with a strong economic growth. With numerous business opportunities to seize, the Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board provides information to guide businesses and investments in Indonesia.
Strong demand is attracting an inflow of local and foreign investments in construction and real estate companies’ stocks in Indonesia. With good perspectives for the coming years and interests from both local and foreign investors and developers, the real estate sector provides very interesting opportunities in Indonesia.
The election of Joko Widodo has marked an inflection in Indonesian politics which could also bring new solutions for its infrastructure needs, endemic corruption and growing inequalities. This report provides some perspectives on how to approach business and investment in this new Indonesia.
Rattan is a vine that grows upon large trees in the rainforests of Indonesia. Traditionally used as a woven material for daily life objects and handicraft, it is now also utilized to create socially responsible modern products. These new applications help preserve the rainforests and local communities livelihoods in Indonesia.
Indonesia’s fast growth and its opening to foreign business and technologies is the source of an important change in the habits, behaviors and aspirations of Indonesians. This interesting presentation explains how some major trends will impact the evolution of economy and society in the coming years and decades in Indonesia.
With the rapid development of Indonesia, the daily life habits of the population is also evolving quite rapidly. This brief presentation gives a glimpse into the habits and entertainment of the younger populations of Indonesia, who are the most likely to adopt new trends and influence the future of the country.
The recent election of Joko Widodo as the new President of Indonesia has set in motion a new series of reforms and policies for business, foreign investment and international relations. Gita Wirjawan, former trade minister of Indonesia, presents his views on the economy of Indonesia and perspectives for the coming years.
Indonesia is a major market in Southeast Asia for the automotive industry, which consequently makes it a major market for the automotive parts manufacturers. This report presents the industry with synthetic analysis and infographics on the demand, production and policies for the automotive and auto parts industries in Indonesia.
The development of Southeast Asia in the next 30 years will require a lot of energy. Yet, producing fossil fuels becomes challenging and clean renewable energy technologies are still in their infancy. A Bloomberg report presents how Thailand, the Philippines and Indonesia manage these new issues to power up for the future.