The Financial Services Authority made changes to its policy package which was issued in 2015.
The government aims to increase the efficiency in issuing import and export licenses.
Indonesia’s cosmetic sector has grown rapidly in recent years backed by a large domestic market.
The development of quality higher education institutions in Indonesia has been overlooked.
Indonesia’s growing real estate market has led to an increased demand for building materials.
The BI Regulations were implemented to stabilise the depreciation of the rupiah.
The Indonesian government continues to improve its policies in order to enhance the fisheries sector.
The 2016 DNI does not contain the dramatic changes that had been anticipated by some members of the foreign investment community.
A serious shortage of medical personnel suggests that Indonesia should open up to the entry of international medical practitioners.
The US Federal Reserve's plan to proceed with a hike in interest rates places Indonesia’s fragility back in the spotlight.
Indonesia faces a wave of disruptive innovation set to alter the landscape of key business sectors.