Indonesia

Indonesia is the Largest archipelago and the fourth most populous country in the world (± 237 million people)

Extending 5,120 km from east to west and 1,760 km from north to south

More than 17,100 islands // only 6,000 is inhabited

1.9 million km2 of land: 3.1 million km2 of water/sea

Mega Biodiversity: Terrestrial

16%

of the world's reptiles and amphibians

35

primate species, 25% endemic

17%

of the world's birds, 26% endemic

121

butterflies species, 44% endemic

12%

the world's mammals, 36% endemic

60-70%

moreover, the percentage of endemic flora in Papua reaches

Forest Diversity

About 59% of terrestrial areas in Indonesia re tropical forest or 10% from the total forest area in the world (Stone, 1994). There are about 110 million Ha of the total Indonesia's forest classified as preserved forest which 18.7 million Ha are conservation area, including:

  • 51 National Park

  • Nature Recreation Park

  • Nature Reserve

  • Protected Forest


Infrastructure Developments in Indonesia – Key Improvements and Priority Projects


The Government has enacted various reforms to accelerate infrastructure provision


The Advantages to Invest in Indonesia

Sound Economy
Indonesia is an emerging global powerhouse in Asia. With the GDP expected to reach US$870 billion in 2014, Indonesia is the largest economy in Southeast Asia.
Political Stability
Underlying Indonesia’s vibrant economy is political stability. Since emerging from decades of autocratic rule 17 years ago, Indonesia has succeeded maintaining political stability in young democratic country.
Investment Climate
Following Indonesia's economic resilience during and after the global financial crisis, the government are going to continue reforming investment climate to make a safe and attractive investment destination.
Natural Resources
Following Indonesia's economic resilience during and after the global financial crisis, the government are going to continue reforming investment climate to make a safe and attractive investment destination.
Demographics
Indonesia is undergoing a major structural shift namely demographic bonus. The percentage of productive age group in 2025-2035 would dominate the population.
Domestic Market
As the 4th biggest population in the world, more than 53% of the people live in urban areas with a modern lifestyle and increasing purchasing power.
Global Influence
Indonesia is playing a more dominant role in global affairs. It is Southeast Asia’s only member of the G-20 and an active voice for developing world’s concerns.

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