Indonesia has enacted a new Negative Investment List under Presidential Regulation No. 44/2016.
Indonesia’s microfinance industry has bright prospects as most of its businesses are SMEs.
A serious shortage of medical personnel suggests that Indonesia should open up to the entry of international medical practitioners.
Historically, Indonesia’s pharmaceutical drug utilisation has been the lowest in the region compared to neighbouring markets.
The government’s generous support has recently helped local fruits and vegetables make a comeback.
Indonesia’s latest economic package aims to improve the business climate for SMEs.
Indonesia's Islamic banks continue to innovate to increase market share through creative ways.
The performance of the textile industry is expected to remain sluggish in 2016 due to a lack of positive sentiment.
As is the case with Indonesia’s banking sector, insurance in Indonesia is on the cusp of wide-reaching change.
Indonesia faces a wave of disruptive innovation set to alter the landscape of key business sectors.
The new Negative Investment List has garnered mixed reviews and a healthy dose of skepticism.