Minimum wages in Indonesia differ from province to province. The provincial government annually issues a minimum wage that is applicable in the province.
There are various laws that relate to data privacy in a number of specific areas.
The Indonesian education sector offers significant opportunities.
Terms of employment in Indonesia are governed by Law No. 13 of 2003 regarding Manpower and employment-related issues. The law is also separate from the Law on National Social Security.
Indonesia’s tea industry has seen increased demand in recent years despite industry challenges.
Indonesia's sportswear industry has seen an increase in export sales and foreign investment.
Indonesia has managed to retain its position as a top three spice producer worldwide.
Indonesia's coal sector has been hit hard in recent years following the fall in commodity prices.
The demand for Islamic clothing has encouraged the rapid growth of the Muslim fashion industry in Indonesia.
For Indonesia, the recent US Presidential elections present an opportunity for the country.
Indonesia now faces the reality of extensive regional integration brought about by the ASEAN Economic Community.