Considering President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo’s 2045 Vision of Indonesia, which foresees that Indonesia will have become the world’s fourth or fifth-largest economy by 2045, it is clear Indonesia will require significant investment from other countries. With only USD 28 billion FDI in 2018, Indonesia is far from having reached its investment potential. Numerous opportunities await!
Several companies have already exploited investment opportunities within Indonesia’s over 16,000 islands. In the last years, predominant participation has come from China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Malaysia and Singapore (in alphabetical order) within several key industries including banking, construction, energy, food, manufacturing, and mining industries.
Day 4 of Bali Arbitration Week puts all the key players together, providing comprehensive and realistic perspectives into the Indonesian investment climate.
- Meet executives and GCs of large corporations as well as key people from chambers of commerce from both the countries and industries most active.
- Absorb valuable insights into investing in and doing business with Indonesia.
- Learn from these company representatives and lawyers about what it takes to come out on top, how to avoid getting tangled into arguments, and, when there is no other solution, how to resolve disputes.