The Indonesian government raised import tariffs for food, cars, clothes and other consumer goods
• Indonesia’s Higher Import Duties on Consumer Goods to Backfire?
Global and domestic factors are pushing down Indonesian stocks and cause a weak rupiah.
• Indonesia’s Higher Import Duties Create Additional Pressure on Stocks
The rupiah is currently at a level last seen in the aftermath of the Asian Financial Crisis.
• Indonesian Rupiah Weakens Beyond IDR 13,400 per US Dollar Level
The Indonesian government decided to postpone its plan to raise coal royalties.
• Government of Indonesia Postpones the Coal Royalty Hike
Why has appetite for Indonesia’s euro- denominated bonds fallen?
• Investor Appetite for Indonesia’s Euro-Denominated Bonds Declined
Bank Indonesia expects Indonesia's July inflation in the range of 0.46 - 0.60 percent (m/m).
• Consumer Price Index Indonesia: July Inflation under Control
The New Expatriate Regulation impacts on expats and local companies employing expats.
• New Expatriate Regulation Indonesia further Tightens Rules
A rapidly growing market in Indonesia that remains untapped is the water purifier market.
• Water Pollution in Indonesia Causes Higher Demand for Water Purifiers
Since October 2014 the BKPM issued $25 billion worth of licenses for infrastructure projects.
• Infrastructure Development Indonesia: More Investment Licenses Issued
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• Business Platform Indonesia