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On the cusp of 2014 national elections and the 2015 integration of the ASEAN Economic Community, Indonesia is poised to continue its rapid economic expansion. While the country’s natural resources are still plentiful, by channelling foreign direct investment into the right areas, the government is ensuring that true potential, in terms of value and manufacturing, is achieved.

Chapter | Infrastructure from The Report: Indonesia 2014

A result of decades of underinvestment, creaky infrastructure has long been the Achilles’ heel of the Indonesian economy. Around $6.8bn will be spent on power and some $29bn on water utilities and other services under the Master Plan for the Acceleration and Expansion of Indonesia’s Economic Development. The government is expected to fund 28% of the cost, with the rest coming from the private...

Chapter | Construction from The Report: Indonesia 2014

Increased government investment in infrastructure has helped unleash a boom in Indonesia’s construction sector. With rapidly growing demand for residential real estate, office buildings, industrial estates and other property across the archipelago, the construction sector is poised to see significant expansion. And, although the sector has declined since 2012, a new law that allows foreign...

With its low debt-to-GDP ratio, abundant resources, growing consumer demand, healthy political discourse and rising investment, Indonesia is set to lead the region and could become the world's sixth-largest economy by 2030. The country has 111 commercial ports, more than 200 airports, an estimated 17,508 islands and around 245m people. But its...

In 2010-11 and 2012 through September, little foreign direct investment (FDI) was committed to Indonesian infrastructure. But a good deal has been promised lately, and significantly it has been promised by countries known for their patience, ability to work through bureaucratic delays, and relative insensitivity to risk and guarantee issues. It is...

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