Westernising diets in Southeast Asia could make Indonesia an attractive hub for dairy manufacturing.
Indonesia’s oil and gas sector is regulated by Law No. 22 of 2001 & Government Regulation No. 35 of 2004, which grants the government the exclusive rights to oil and gas exploitation.
The unprocessed ore export ban should be seen by foreign investors as an opportunity rather than a threat as the push for downstream development is yielding results.
Indonesia’s vision of becoming a knowledge-based economy depends on its commitment to R&D spending.
The government has instructed BKPM to prepare special offices to facilitate regional investment projects.
Even with BPJS, private insurers should command a growing share of booming health spending in Indonesia.
Indonesia's economy needs a new generation of business leaders.
Indonesia enacted a new Condominium Law in 2011 but has yet to issue any implementing regulations.
Producers and exporters of furniture in Indonesia stand to gain from the country's new timber sourcing legal verification system.
Indonesia will soon implement its long awaited overhaul of the social security system.
In August, news broke on a new draft bill to limit maximum foreign ownership of plantations to 30%.