Indonesia to Revise Negative Investment List, Allow Full Foreign Ownership in More Industries

Thursday, 22nd of November 2018

The government is set to revise Indonesia's negative investment list to allow full foreign ownership in 25 industries in a bid to attract more investment into the country. Indonesia enacted a law on investment in 2007 to provide a single legislative framework for domestic and foreign investment. In accordance with this law, all business sectors are open to investment, including foreign investment, unless specified in a negative investment list, issued by the president.

Indonesia's digital economy to dominate Southeast Asia by 2025

Wednesday, 28th of November 2018

Indonesia's digital economy to dominate Southeast Asia by 2025. A new study has found that Indonesia’s digital economy is poised to become the largest in Southeast Asia as its market value triples to US$100 billion by 2025 from $27 billion in 2018, promising more jobs and more consumer choices for an emerging tech-savvy generation.

At least 65 Energy Plants will be installed in 17 Mexican Entities

Friday, 19th of October 2018

Within the next three years, 65 clean energy generating plants will be installed in 17 entities in the country, which will position Mexico within the ten countries with the most capacity of creating green energy, said Efrain Villanueva Arcos, general director of Energias Limpias of the Secretaria de Energia (Sener).

Indonesia Food Spending Trends: Growing Westernisation Of Diets

Tuesday, 18th of September 2018

A growing trend towards more Westernised foods has emerged in Indonesia, as a result of a growing middle class located in urban areas with greater access to more food options. This is gradually pushing Indonesians towards products that traditionally are not staple parts of their diets. Middle income consumers are dining out more frequently than previously and this benefits categories such as meat, poultry, dairy and fresh fruit and vegetables.

Indonesia A Regional Outperformer For Drugmakers

Tuesday, 11th of September 2018

Indonesia represents a significant growth opportunity for multinational pharmaceutical firms. It is the largest market in the South East Asia region on an absolute basis and has one of the fastest forecasted growth projections between 2017 and 2027.

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