Indonesia Construction

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How do you see the newly formed Infrastructure Asia dovetailing with transnational initiatives like the Belt and Road?


Although Indonesia is home to one of the fastest-growing construction industries in Asia, with foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows to the sector surging between 2013 and 2015, FDI dropped to a seven-year low in 2016, even as the number of new projects increased.


What impact do you expect the ASEAN Free Trade Area (FTA) scheme to have on infrastructure development priorities for the region?


Following several years of robust expansion supported by the launch and implementation of a major public infrastructure programme emphasising significant new transportation, utilities and social infrastructure builds, Indonesia’s construction industry is set to remain on a rapid growth path. State-owned enterprises (SOEs) continue to dominate...


Online property portals were among the first e-businesses to benefit from widespread popular appeal in Indonesia, and new sites and apps serving the Indonesian market have proliferated over the last decade. Recent entrants have sought to move beyond the traditional classified-listing model, with larger property sites increasingly diversifying...


A growing middle class and rising levels of urbanisation have supported rapid real estate growth in Indonesia, and there remains substantial room for expansion in the coming years.

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