Indonesia Industry

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What is needed to support local industry growth?


A crucial component of Indonesia’s ongoing industrial development is found in the 200-plus industrial zones spread across the country, hosting businesses in many sectors, from food and beverage manufacturing to aerospace. These zones provide a focal point for manufacturing investment, allowing businesses to integrate supply chains across...


The combination of Indonesia’s 250m-strong population and its robust agriculture and fisheries sector create an almost ideal operating environment for the food and beverage industry. These opportunities have not been lost on international or local companies, and the segment continues to attract some of the most significant investment of any...

Chapter | Industry from The Report: Indonesia 2017

Historically, Indonesia’s industrial sector has long been content to target the low-hanging fruit of its sizeable captive domestic market for much of its output, while exporting primarily raw materials or low-value-added products abroad. But in line with the evolution of the country’s economy, a strategic shift has been accelerating over the past decade, which is aimed at diversifying the...

The Indonesian government is in the midst of pursuing an ambitious new growth strategy, emphasizing investment over domestic consumption as a primary growth driver in the wake of depressed commodity prices, lagging household consumption and lower-than-anticipated government revenues.

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