Indonesia Economy Articles & Analysis

Chapter | The Guide from The Report: Indonesia 2019

This chapter contains selected listings of some of the country’s top hotels, contact details for embassies, ministries and organisations, helpful tips for business and leisure travellers and other useful suggestions for travel to Indonesia.

The Indonesian economy had a strong year in 2018, with growth of 5.2% marking the fastest pace in half a decade. This came on the back of robust domestic consumption, increased foreign investment and continuing efforts to reform policy and simplify investment procedures, and despite challenges including a falling rupiah, a trade imbalance and global political issues.

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As regional exchanges become more mature, which factors make SGX a standout proposition for Asian companies seeking to list? 

 

Agriculture (021) 780 6131 Communications & IT (021) 345 2841 Coordinating Ministry of Economic Affairs (021) 352 1857 Defence (021) 345 8947 Education & Culture (021) 150 0828 Energy & Mineral Resources (021) 351 9881 Environment & Forestry (021) 858 0067 Finance (021) 350 6055 Foreign Affairs (021) 344 1508 Health (021) 520...

 

ETIQUETTE: Indonesians do not like conflict, thus being friendly, outgoing and peaceful is recommended for interactions. Saving face and not being caustic are very important for travellers to remember. It is more efficient to deal with any problem with a smile and patience than by raising your voice and arguing. A handshake is usually...

Articles & Analysis | Hotels around Indonesia from The Report: Indonesia 2019

 

OAKWOOD PREMIER COZMO JAKARTA Jl. DR. Ide Anak Agung Gede Agung Blok E4.2 No.1, Mega Kuningan T: +62 (21) 2554 2300 csr.cozmojakarta@oakwoodasia.com www.oakwoodasia.com/serviced-apartments/ indonesia/oakwood-jakarta Rooms: 197 one-, two- and three-bedroom serviced apartments. Business & Conference Facilities: Business services and 2...

 

In August 2018 Indonesia hosted the 18th Asian Games, welcoming athletes from 45 countries to compete in 47 events. Spread across multiple cities, the games provided a springboard for regional infrastructure development as well as a spotlight for the country’s tourism industry. Events were hosted across 28 venues in Indonesia, with Jakarta...

 

Stretching 5120 km from the shores of Aceh to the mountains of Papua, Indonesia encompasses 17,000 islands – around 6000 of which are permanently inhabited – and comprises 34 different provinces, each with its own capital city. Within these islands, 300 distinct ethnic groups exist, speaking more than 742 languages between them. Until the turn...