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Bank Indonesia Invites Global Investors to Invest in Textiles Industry PDF Print E-mail
Written by Maizer   
Wednesday, 03 July 2019

Bank Indonesia (BI) invites global investors to immediately invest in Indonesia because of Indonesia's bright economic outlook.

 

Indonesia's solid economic growth and macroeconomic stability are maintained amid the dynamics of the global economy, conducive to the investment climate in Indonesia. There are four potential sectors to invest in Indonesia, such as manufacturing, tourism, fisheries and infrastructure.

 

The Governor of Bank Indonesia (BI) Perry Warjiyo said, to support Indonesia's macroeconomic stability and economic growth, including the development of four potential investment sectors in Indonesia, BI continued to carry out a policy mix and synergize with the government and the Financial Services Authority (OJK).

 

"Investment opportunities in the manufacturing sector focus on three Indonesian export commodities, such as  automotive, textiles and footwear," Perry said in a release in Jakarta yesterday.

 

Investment opportunities for the tourism sector are focused on developing priorities for the development and branding of Indonesian tourism such as Lake Toba, Mandalika, Labuan Bajo, Borobudur, Joglo Semar, Bali, Jakarta, Banyuwangi, Bromo, and Riau Province.

 

While for the fisheries sector, investment opportunities are open especially in eastern Indonesia for the development of cultivation and processing of the industry support industry, given the large potential of Indonesia's natural resources.

 

He said, investment opportunities in the national-level infrastructure sector, referring to the list of national strategic projects that were rejected by the Committee for the Acceleration of Infrastructure Provision (KPPIP), consisting of 223 projects and 3 programs.

 

To support the construction of infrastructure projects, he continued, BI was involved in the National Market Financial Deepening Strategy as the implementation of structural reforms in infrastructure provision and continued to develop hedging instruments in the foreign exchange market, to increase innovative financing in financing infrastructure development.

 

Perry explained, the Indonesia Infrastructure Investment Forum (IIIF) 2019 was an event to promote investment opportunities in the four sectors and was attended by business people, investors, financial institutions, and business associations, especially in local countries.

 

The IIIF 2019 is a collaboration between the Indonesian Embassy in London, the London Investment Promotion Center (IIPC), the Bank Indonesia Foreign Office (KPw LN) London, the Ministry of Tourism and the Ministry of Transportation.

 

The IIIF 2019 implementation is the embodiment of the Investor Relations Unit / RURU-Global Investor Relations Unit / GIRU linkage program which is an effort to integrate investor relations activities at regional, national and international levels.

 

The Linkage IRURIRU-GIRU is intended to synergize the efforts and roles of Ministry  / Institutions and Bank Indonesia in managing positive perceptions of the Indonesian economy to encourage flow of investment into Indonesia, including through integrated promotional activities.

 

 
		
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