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Doing Business in Indonesia

As the fourth most populous country in the world, supported by good political and economic stability, Indonesia’s large domestic market offers a wide range of investment opportunities for foreign and domestic investors.

For the last 10 years the government of Indonesia has been actively introducing measures directed at encouraging investing in Indonesia and improving the country’s regulatory and economic environment.

Another area of focus for the government is to improve the archipelago’s infrastructure. Through the Public Private Partnership (PPP) scheme, the government offers investment opportunities for the infrastructure projects to develop the country’s roads, railways, power and utilities. Investments in mining and agriculture sections are also actively encouraged.

Continued focus on developing the regulatory and tax aspects of operating a business in Indonesia together with the adoption of international accounting and reporting standards should further benefit Indonesia’s drive to attract more investment and improve its competitiveness.

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