How to Invest in Indonesia

Indonesia is one of the most attractive destinations as an investment centreowing to the vast natural resources, its land mass and availability of a major workforce. The country has been working on investment friendly policies and the reduction in bureaucracy in order to attract more investment. Indonesia does not impose restrictions on the transfer of foreign exchange and in several sectors there are attractive tax incentives.

Before considering investing in Indonesia, it s advisable to go through the "Negative Investment List" (Daftar Negative Investasi/DNI). This contains the full list of the business sectors that are closed to investment, being it foreign or domestic.

Special provisions or terms for centrain fields of business open to capital investment must be observed by investors, both in applying for and in conduction capital investment activities in the country, as outlined in the Capital Investment Implementation Technical Guidance (Petunjuk Teknis Pelaksanaan Penanaman Modal/PTPPM).

Negative Investment List: Top 6

The "Negative Investment List" is a list of business sectors that are partly or fully closed foreign investment. The list was last revised in 2014. Regarding the President Decree Nomor 30 Year 2014 jo. Annex 1 on the Negative Investment List, as for the Top Negative Investment Lists are as follows:

  1. Agricultural;
  2. Forestry;
  3. Nexus;
  4. Communication and Informatics;
  5. Education and Culture;
  6. Tourism and Creative Economy.

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