Indonesia may have to put a little more effort into making itself attractive for United States investors in the wake of a protectionist Donald Trump presidency, Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) head Thomas "Tom" Lembong said on Monday.
The Investment Coordinating Board of the Republic of Indonesia (BKPM) today announces investment realization in Q4 (October – December) 2016, which hit Rp 159.4 trillion, grew by 9.6% compared to the same period in 2015. Domestic Direct Invesment (DDI) during this period is Rp 58.1 trillion or jumped 25.8% compared to last year which is Rp 46.2 trillion, while Foreign Direct Invesment (FDI) considerably increased by 2.1%, to Rp 101.9 trillion in 2016. During this period, BKPM has recorded that DDI contributed to 124,843 job creation, while FDI doubled the number by 309,623 job creation, with a total labor absorption is 434,466 people.
Domestic and Foreign Direct Investment Realization in Quarter IV and January-December 2016
Material exposed at the press conference on the Investment Realization in Quarter IV 2016 can be downloaded at the following attachments.
Chairman of BKPM: Investors’ Trust Remain High
Chairman of Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) Thomas Lembong respond positively on the outcomes of the Forbes Global CEO Conference in Shangri-la Hotel, Jakarta on Tuesday (29/11). Approximately 400 CEOs participating in the event and their attendance could serves as indicator of the Global CEO enthusiast to Indonesian current economic progress.
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