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10 Business Sectors Where Indonesian Employers Need Foreign Investor

There are quite a lot of business opportunities in Indonesia that can be done by foreign investors. In this case when we talk of investors who will invest as USD 40 million or above. Here are so many businessmen and companies that actually know some very lucrative business opportunity, but, unfortunately, they do not have enough capital to work on the business. Of course, it will be a goldden opportunity for foreign investors to work together with local players in the for-profit business together.
Really some Indonesian businessmen have good competence, but less money to capitalize. If they get enought capital, the will run the business and get good profit together with investor.
Here are 10 areas of business that Indonesian businessman now tend to require co-investor/capital partners :

1. Power generation
2. Smelter project in mining sectors
3. Real estate developer (housing and apartment)
4. Hotel and mixed used developer
5. Telecommunications network, fiber optics, IT infrastructu…

Indonesia increasingly Attract Investors

In the midst of the global economic slowdown, Indonesia still be an exciting investment destination. The Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) recorded an investment commitment or consent principle in Indonesia to grow 119% by January 2016 when compared with the same period in lalu. It meants, there is a surge in the value of investment of IDR 94 trillion to IDR 206 trillion. It was announced by Head of BKPM Franky Sibarani told reporters in Jakarta.
"The increase can not be separated from political stability and security. Commitment investors strongly influenced by the good business climate". Further Franky said, of the investment commitment, the percentage of domestic investment rose 261% with a share of 19%. Foreign capital investment also grew 101% with a share of 81% of the total license in principle

Business sectors which attractive to investors are  power generation, real estate, mining, waste management, and electronic industries. Deputy BKPM Control Azhar Lubis adde…

Indonesia Need Foreign Investors

As the funding of infrastructure projects can not be financed entirely by the State Budget (APBN), Jokowi-Jusuf Kalla administration  are likely to tighten the selection of potential investors who are interested to invest in Indonesia. The policy is based on the power plant development project from the previous government which was only 73 percent that can be completed up to the deadline in 2014 as the lack of seriousness of potential investors in building the plant.
Kalla said, the government would allow foreign investors to meet the three demands. Three of these conditions is, to create jobs for the people who were in the vicinity of the project is done, increasing  revenue,  create added value for the economy of Indonesia.

We will help them (investors) as long as they meet these things. We will also provide ease of regulation and bureaucracy for entrepreneurs is also heeding the government's priorities. In addition, we also ask them to remain in compliance with regulatory guid…

Karawang City Will Become Japan Investment Base

Japanese investors committed to expand investment in Indonesia. However, there is a requirement that they submit the addition of infrastructure facilities. They are interested to invest in Karawang City, West Java.

Indonesian' Minister of Industry said that Japanese businessmen had asked prepared the ground for additional investment. "Japan business people Japan called land of 3,000 hectares in Karawang for expansion over the next 15 years. They also asked for additional infrastructure such as shipping ports close to the site," the minister  said. Japanese businessman chose Karawang as their investment base because since last few years since the region has became the location of Japanese investment in Indonesia.

Related to problem of shipping port, the Indonesian central government and the local government is developing an international port in Cilamaya, Karawang. The 200 hectares port is planned to be operational in 2017. "They need to secure the plan," said …