Global Business Guide Indonesia

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Business Advisory | Buying & Sourcing

Indonesia is becoming a recognised global manufacturing base as well as offering numerous export opportunities within natural resources, commodities and agriculture among others. The country offers competitive advantages for buyers and sourcing agents seeking new supply sources for trade, import and export.

Sourcing & Buying

For sourcers and buyers, Global Business Guide Indonesia offers a handpicked selection of the leading companies in each field to provide a screened list when conducting your research. In addition, our wide ranging network of local companies in each sector means that we can put you in touch with companies that meet your buying and sourcing criteria.

Import & Export

In addition to featuring companies that meet the highest industry standards in their production methods as well as being positioned for international export, Global Business Guide Indonesia provides all the auxiliary information you need to know to actively engage with the market. Detailed coverage on regulations, licensing as well as import and export tariffs are all provided within our business guide and editorial for each industry sector. We can also put you in touch with legal and consultancy firms to assist you in your commercial ventures.

Please send your request to specifying what you are looking for and we will endeavour to get back to you with an appropriate contact. Please note that due to the high volume of requests, it may take up to one week to respond to you.

Please note that Global Business Guide Indonesia does not undertake any responsibility for resulting agreements or disputes with third party companies and provides recommendations only.

Indonesia Snapshot

Capital: Jakarta
Population: 259 million (2016)
Currency: Indonesian Rupiah
Nominal GDP: $936 billion USD (IMF, 2016)
GDP Per Capita: $3,620 USD at Current Prices (IMF, 2016)
GDP Growth: 5.0% (2016)
External Debt: 36.80% of GDP (BI, Q2 2016)
Ease of Doing Business: 91/190 (WB, 2017)
Corruption Index: 90/176 (TI, 2016)