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Launching of ASIA RETAIL COMMUNITY (ARC) during Indonesia Fest 2019 by @megaxpress Singapore

ARC is a collaboration NETASIA @netasia.biz with @retailcommunity Indonesia

Line up Sharing Session by The CEO
“Smart Farming 4.0”
Bapak Harry Kasuma Aliwarga (aka Bapak Kiwi Aliwarga),
CEO of UMG Myanmar, CEO of @pt_msmb @ritx_indonesia .

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    Two companies from the United Arab Emirates plan to invest in the national aluminum processing industry, power plants, and railway lines

    A number of US-based companies are interested to invest in small and medium-scale industries in Indonesia

    The Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) is still optimistic that Indonesia will achieve its investment target in 2012

    Taiwan has the potential to invest Rp 5 trillion to Rp 10 trillion in the petrochemical sector

    Iranian businessmen will invest in the food and beverage industry in Indonesia

    China-based coal mining equipment maker Sany signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Indonesia on Saturday tp invest up to $200 million to build a production base for its heavy machineries in Cikarang.

    China provides USD 1 billion to Chinese industrial companies who are eager to invest in Indonesia, it has been already above USD 8 billion pledged by the Commercial Bank of China and Bank of China to the Indonesian government for infrastructure development.

    China overtakes the USA to become Indonesian rubber’s largest market as global demand rises in wake of Japanese earthquake; exports to reach  800,000 tons in 2011.

    Foreign investors continue to pour funds into the country, fundamentals improving and businesses grow; China and the US eyeing bigger stakes in Indonesia.

    Chinese Prime Minister will sign a series of agreements next week.

    Foreign direct investment in Indonesia rose 11.6 percent in the first quarter from a year earlier.

    Indonesia’s Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) optimists that the investment value exceeds government’s target following 27.3%.

    Indonesia’s credit rating was raised to the highest level in 13 years by Standard and Poor’s,
    The long-term foreign-currency rating was increased one level to BB+ from BB, with a positive outlook.

    Indonesia’s rating is possible to be upgraded from currently BB+ to BBB- over the next 12 or 18 months.

    Turki is considered as one of the prospective countries to invest in economic sectors through the investment.

    The tax holiday will be granted selectively to companies which create jobs for locals.

    Currently, Indonesia and India are two promising countries for investment compared to other countries.

    Indonesia’s inflation slowed for the second straight month in March as rice prices declined during the harvest period, giving the central bank room to refrain from raising interest rates.

    The major large scale investment interest particularly in manufacture industry shows that in fact Indonesia has already been included in investment grade categorization. Yet, the investment realization must be supported by incentive and infrastructure improvements.

    Indonesia wants the private sector to build more hospitals and reserve a quarter of the available beds for the poor, as it increases the spending on free healthcare to tackle a rise in diseases from strokes to AIDS.

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