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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. Much less affected by the global financial crisis compared to its neighboring countries, Indonesia’s economy grew by 5% in 2014, making “The World’s Most Stable Economy in the Last Five Years” according to The Economist Magazine.

Nominal GDP

 

Indonesia grew by 6.2% in 2012 and in 2014, stronger economic growth is expected around the lower end of the 5.8-6.2% range. Future economic expansion is expected to include more inclusive growth as nominal per-capita GDP is expected to quadruple by 2020, according to a Standard Chartered report.

 

A large part of our economic success is a result of growing middle class and stable economic growth. Indonesia is in list of MINT economies (Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria and Turkey), namely those that were the most attractive to long-term investors due to their favorable demographic profiles.

 

Indonesia’s debt to GDP ratio has steadily declined from 83% in 2001 to be less than 26% by the end of 2013, the lowest among ASEAN countries, aside from Singapore, which has no government debt.

 

As a result, the Republic continued to receive good reviews. The rating reflects Indonesia’s resilience to the global financial crisis, improving government and external credit-metrics, and an ability to manage domestic political challenges to the reform agenda.

  • Fitch Ratings: affirmed Indonesia’s sovereign credit rating at BBB- level with stable outlook.
  • Rating and Investment Information, Inc: affirmed Sovereign Credit Rating of the Republic of Indonesia at BBB-/stable outlook.
  • Japan Credit Rating Agency, Ltd: affirmed Indonesia’s foreign currency long-term senior debt at BBB- with stable outlook.
  • S&P: affirmed Indonesia’s sovereign credit rating, at BB+ level for long-term with positive outlook.
  • Moody’s Investors Service: upgraded Republic of Indonesia’s foreign and local-currency bond ratings to Baa3 with stable outlook.

Source: Bank Indonesia (2015)

Investment performance

 

 

 

 

Investment Realization Based on Country of Origin (in January – December 2014)

Investment Realization

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